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P&G non-profit arm purifies its 10 billionth litre of potable water

CLEANER WATER: Kirk Wagar, US Ambassador to Singapore (left) and Magesvaran Suranjan, president of P&G Asia Pacific, demonstrating the purification ability of the sachet on a vat of dirty water.


A NON-PROFIT arm of global consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has purified its 10 billionth litre of potable water via the conglomerate's Children's Safe Drinking Water programme, said P&G at a celebratory event on Friday.

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