Friday, 19 March 2021

KNOWLEDGE: Find out where the most expensive water in the world is found!

 KNOWLEDGE: Find out where the most expensive water in the world is found!


Available for free everywhere in our country. However, bottled water costs up to Rs. However in some countries this is a very expensive natural resource. According to a Bloomberg report, the world's most expensive water is sold in Norway's King Oslo. The price of a liter of water here is 1. 1.85, which is around Rs 134. The price of water was surveyed by holiday. Who obtained water price statistics in 120 cities around the world. Oslo is followed by Virginia Beach in the US, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Stockholm in Sweden. The cost of canned water in Oslo is 212 percent higher than the average price in 120 cities. While the price of bottled water is 195 percent higher. The price of water in Bengaluru is 13 0.13 or Rs 9.45 which is very cheap. Water prices were surveyed by holiday. Who obtained water price statistics in 120 cities around the world.


Oslo is followed by Virginia Beach in the US, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Stockholm in Sweden. The cost of canned water in Oslo is 212 percent higher than the average price in 120 cities. While the price of bottled water is 195 percent higher. The price of water in Bengaluru is 13 0.13, or Rs 9.45, which is much cheaper. The United Nations said in 2020 that climate change was affecting water quality and quantity. Demand for bottled water has increased over the past decade. It will rise even higher. The cans of tap water that come in people are not choosing to drink it. 


The bottled water market is expected to cross 300 300 billion worldwide by 2025. According to the report, water quality in Nigeria, Lagos, Pakistan and neuronal is poor. In the United States, water is the most expensive in Virginia Beach, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Baltimore and San Jose. A bottle of water here costs between 1.5 1.59 and 25 1.25. Water in San Antonio, Dallas, Philadelphia and Washington is the cheapest in America.

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