Kuwait Tour Guide: Water Quality Last updated on
Wednesday 21st April 2010
Virtually all of Kuwait's water comes from government-constructed seawater desalination plants. The Iraqi occupation did considerable damage to these plants, but most of them are once again fully operational. One of them was the largest in the world with a production of approximately 200m gallons of drinking water per day.
Domestic tap water is not completely safe to drink. A filtration system is recommended. It is also a good idea to use filtered water for kitchen use in order to avoid staining. Bottled mineral water is readily available from all shops.
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