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Unfunded, Aging Water Infrastructure Needs a Dynamic Program to Stay Healthy

Such a program is known as “asset management,” and it’s a necessary step to reduce government costs. Water systems are similar to our bodies. They age over time, and the way to keep in shape and avoid costly troubles is to identify and practice continuous, healthy behaviors as early as … Read more »

If We Want Competitive Economies, We Must Manage Our Water Better

It’s no accident that New York City, the largest economy in the United States, was built between two rivers, with access to water reservoirs, an ocean and eventually the Great Lakes via the Erie Canal. Reliable access to water has always been silently essential to strong economies for what it … Read more »

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