The American Water Works Association lauds the signing of this act as an important step forward in the nation’s efforts to renew its aging water infrastructure.
The newsletter of the City Manager of Concord, New Hampshire, announces upcoming work to clean and line wastewater and storm sewer pipeline in the city.
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An article in Eco Rhode Island News says “more intense and severe weather, thanks to a changing climate” is causing problems for rapidly aging wastewater infrastructure.
In this public radio interview, a climate expert discusses how climate change is contributing to extreme weather events like hurricanes.
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Ray Bahr is a third-generation professional in the wastewater collection industry with a career spanning nearly four decades.
NOAA, located down the street from our parent company's headquarters, reports that all 18 years of the 21st century have been among the 19 warmest on record.
Wastewater infrastructure receives a grade of D+, while drinking water infrastructure earns a D. See the full report including solutions and impacts.