St. Petersburg Water Company Seen as Model for Rest of Russia

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LISBON, Portugal

The Vodokanal (water company) of St. Petersburg is on course to treat 98 percent of the Russian city's sewage by 2015, and has exceeded expectations in reducing per capita water use, making it a potential model for a country stuck with Soviet-era infrastructure and neglect.