EPA's jaw-dropping water infrastructure price tag

Every four years, the U.S. EPA conducts a drinking water infrastructure and needs assessment that covers costs for repairs and replacement of transmission pipes, storage and treatment equipment, and other projects required to protect public health and to ensure compliance with the Safe Drinking Wate...

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