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Archive for May, 2012


Water Talk

Written by Alan Hinchman

People don’t like to talk about water.  But, that is exactly what we need to do. We need to develop a new national water conversation that protects our most important resource by outlining use reduction goals and acceptable system loss limits, drives innovation and creates jobs today.

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Finding Solutions to America’s Aging Water Infrastructure

Written by Vincent Caprio

We acknowledge that America needs to rebuild its aging water infrastructure. The Water Innovations Alliance estimates this will cost approximately $400 billion.

A large portion of the nation’s water infrastructure dates back to the 1940s or earlier. As a result, many water systems have crumbling and inefficient infrastructure, leading to an estimated 7 billion gallons of water lost through water main ruptures and leaking pipes.

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