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Dunea produces and distributes drinking water to approximately 1.3 million residents in South Holland, the Netherlands. At Dunea, dune water is used as the raw material for the production of drinking water. The water content of the dunes is recharged by supplying purified river water from the river Meuse. The river water is then collected in basins and transported continuously through pipelines over a distance of 85 kilometers to the infiltration lakes of the dunes. After a period of about two months, the dune water is regained to be made into drinking water.