Title
Wastewater coverage in megacities (2016)
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Abstract

Data is expressed as the percentage of households connected to the sewage network.

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Type
Vector Data
Keywords
Megacities , Sanitation , Waste
Category
Water for human settlements
As water demand continues to increase in the future, an increasing number of cities will face challenges of managing scarcer and less reliable water resources in an efficient way.
Regions
Global
Responsible
Group
Theme 6: Water education
DOI
None
Maintenance Frequency
Restrictions
Unless otherwise specified, the Creative Commons License applies.
Edition
UNESCO-IHP and ARCEAU, 2016. Water, megacities and global change - Portrait of 15 emblematic cities of the world. Paris: UNESCO
Language
English
Temporal Extent
Jan. 1, 2016, midnight - Dec. 31, 2016, midnight
Data Quality
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Supplemental Information

This overview of 15 emblematic cities, co-edited by UNESCO and ARCEAU-IdF, is simultaneously the result of concrete scientific presentations and a call for general mobilization to devise the sustainable urban policies the world needs. All these urban centres share a number of common characteristics and a wide range of cultural, scientific and educational resources.

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Attribute Name Label Description
CITY City
COUNTRY Country
LAT Latitude
LONG Longitdude
INHABIM Number of inhabitants (in millions)
WWTP Number of main WWTPs
CAPACDRY Total capacity in dry weather (million m3/day)
SEWAGE_KM Length of sewage networks (km)
COVERAGE Coverage (%)
TREATEDPRE Proportion of watewater treated with a preliminary treatment and/or marine outfall (%)
TREATEDAAD Proportion of wastewater treated with and advanced treatment (%)

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