Seriti Resources CEO Mike Teke said the mining company’s investments in water treatment systems could become a significant game changer, which could see it selling water to municipalities as constraints in the water-stressed country continue to bite.

“We are investing more in water treatment plants. Ultimately, we are going to find ourselves selling water to municipalities. It will happen. When I started talking about the concept in 2004 people were laughing. Now, I’m telling you, water is going to be an issue. It’s a challenge. We need to do something about it,” he said...

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