Water and wastewater infrastructure

Water and wastewater infrastructure

The network of pipes, systems, and facilities that provide fresh water supply and wastewater management for communities.
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3 billion water and wastewater infrastructure program focused on repair and replacement of mostly underground infrastructure in Washington, DC, and neighboring jurisdictions.
4m water and wastewater infrastructure improvement project in aid of public health in Virginia
The report, The Impacts of Altering Tax-Exempt Municipal Bond Financing on Public Drinking Water & Wastewater Systems, reviews options being discussed at the federal level to cap or eliminate the 100-year old tax exempt status of municipal bonds, a move that would cost the sector billions of dollars in infrastructure projects at a time when federal investment in water and wastewater infrastructure is waning.
It will also provide an overview and assessment of water and wastewater infrastructure market in the region.
Paul Pinault, executive director of the Narrangansett Bay Commission and president of the Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies, says the gap was created in large part when the federal government backed away from "its commitment to fund water and wastewater infrastructure.
Citing the documented $1 trillion gap between investments being made in local drinking water and wastewater infrastructure over the next 20 years and those necessary to sustain public health and the environmental progress made in the last 30 years, the mayor endorsed the report's recommendation for a five-year, $57 billion authorization for loans, grants, loan subsidies and credit assistance to local systems for basic water infrastructure needs beginning in fiscal 2003.
Sterba says, "Failure to Act provides substantive support for the need to accelerate investment in water and wastewater infrastructure to ensure the quality of our water for health, safety, and the economy, now and for future generations.
In Budget 2016, the Alberta government set aside $595 million over the next five years to help pay for water and wastewater infrastructure improvement projects in small towns and rural Alberta.
a leading water and wastewater infrastructure contractor based in Virginia, has acquired Fru-Con Construction LLC, from Germany-based Bilfinger-Berger.
In Budget 2016, the Alberta government set aside $595 million over the next five years to help fund water and wastewater infrastructure improvement projects in small towns and rural Alberta.
Many on the Hill see it as an important document, making the economic case for greater federal investment in water and wastewater infrastructure.
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