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Water Supply : A Smart City has a reliable, 24/7 supply of water that meets national and global health standards.

Water Management: A Smart City has advanced water management programs, including smart meters, rain water harvesting, and green infrastructure to manage stormwater runoff.

Waste Water Management: A Smart City treats all of its sewage to prevent the polluting of water bodies and aquifers.

Sanitation: A Smart City has no open defecation, and a full supply of toilets based on the population.

Waste Management: A Smart City has a waste management system that removes household and commercial garbage, and disposes of it in an environmentally and economically sound manner.

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