Water demand in Singapore is currently about 440 million gallons a day (mgd), which is enough to fill 800 Olympic-sized swimming pools. By 2065, Singapore's total water demand could almost double, with the non-domestic sector accounting for about 60%. By then, NEWater and desalination will meet the majority of Singapore’s future water demand.
As demand for water continues to increase as our population and economy grows, we take a holistic approach to water management by creating a robust integrated system that allows us to continuously:
Click here to learn more about our water loop.
Find out how we built a robust, diversified and sustainable water supply from four water sources known as the ‘Four National Taps’.
Find out how we are making the long-term transition to a low-carbon future, even as we continue to strengthen our water security.
Find out how you can play a part in water conservation to ensure the resilience of our water supply.
Learn how we manage our urban water catchment holistically for both water supply and flood protection.