Karl Lippert, president of the Latin American division of SABMiller, claims that Latin America’s poor infrastructure, inconsistent regulation, and lack of sewage treatment hinders its ability to manage its supply of fresh water. While South America has consistent rainfall, it typically lands in unpopulated areas and the rainfall tends to deteriorate river basins with sediment that water treatment plants cannot overtake. For more on this topic, click on the link here:: Latin America’s water woes blamed on politics and poor infrastructure

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