Why Plumbing Must Be Improved To Curb Future Pandemics

Will cities be prepared to address overlooked sources of infectious disease when the next pandemic hits?

Photo by Ricardo Gomez Angel on Unsplash

In the spring of 2003, 329 people contracted an infectious disease in a high rise building in Hong Kong. 42 of those 329 people lost their lives.

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Future Proof Cities by Wavin. We share stories about how cities become resilient and sustainable in the light of climate change and urbanisation. On this publication we share visions and actions, we also invite authors to participate.

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Danny Schleien

Danny Schleien

Writer, editor, explorer, lifelong learner. Social distancing expert since 1994, big fan of semicolons and Oxford commas. Think green.

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