São Paulo May Run Out of Water in November

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Residents living in the largest city in South America, São Paulo, may run out of water by the end of next month, according to SABESP (São Paulo’s water utility company). SABESP registered on its website on Thursday that the main water reservoir for the city, the Cantareira system, which supplies water to more than 8.8 million inhabitants in the city of São Paulo, has less than five percent of its capacity.

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