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FIFA World Cup: FIFA World Cup LIVE – Qatar World Cup Water Waste – The FIFA World Cup is closer than ever. The excitement is at an all-time high and so are the controversies. The newest addition to that is the massive water spill. Each pitch to host the World Cup will need 10,000 liters of water every day for maintenance. For more news on FIFA World Cup Follow Insidesport.IN.

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FIFA World Cup: Qatar FACING Major Water Waste Issues, Fields Needing 10,000 Liters For Ground Maintenance – Check Out

FIFA World Cup: Qatar FACING Major Water Waste Issues, Fields Needing 10,000 Liters For Ground Maintenance – Check Out

The Gulf countries are large consumers of water, although the region itself is devoid of natural rainfall. However, their consumption of water will skyrocket as Qatar’s grounds will need a huge amount of fresh water to be playable during the upcoming World Cup.

The only solution to this problem is desalination, or the process of turning seawater into fresh water. However, there are drawbacks to this method. The enormous amount of desalination would require an even greater amount of fossil fuel energy. Which is a limited resource. This is a major concern for environmentalists. Apart from that, the marine environment will be in huge danger with this huge amount of desalination.

FIFA World Cup: Qatar FACING Major Water Waste Issues, Fields Needing 10,000 Liters For Ground Maintenance – Check Out

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The distribution of fresh water is also scarce in Qatar. During the Lusail Super Cup in September this year, the venue ran out of fresh drinking water right in the first half. This was the most packed match at any Qatar stadium. The number of people who participated in this battle was 77,000. The number is only expected to increase during the World Cup.

The protests due to the exploitation of human labor were already at an all-time high regarding the maintenance of the World Cup. The water crisis adds fuel to the environmental costs of this World Cup.

FIFA World Cup: Qatar FACING Major Water Waste Issues, Fields Needing 10,000 Liters For Ground Maintenance – Check Out

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