Water Conservation More Important than Ever During Drought

The Western United States is experiencing a slow-moving crisis: drought. In fact, drought has impacted more people globally over the past 40 years than any other type of natural disaster, […]

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Congress Eyes Lead Service Line Replacement, Water Infrastructure

As a bipartisan infrastructure bill comes closer to realization, many municipal leaders may wonder what provisions related to water infrastructure and lead service line replacement means for their communities. The […]

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Turnkey Help Available to Cities that Want to Expedite Lead Pipe Removal

Congress is considering sending cities as much as $55 billion to remove lead water pipes and service lines from local communities. There are many moving parts to this initiative and […]

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EPA Considers Lead and Copper Rule Revisions After Pushback

Lawsuits and executive orders have made the lead and copper rule revisions uncertain as the Environmental Protection Agency continues to solicit public comment, with the deadline moved to June 17. [...]

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Aging Water Infrastructure Subject of April 27 Roundtable

An expert panel will address “Aging Water Infrastructure in Our Communities,” during an online roundtable at 3 p.m. April 27. Tameika Isaac Devine, Derek Green and Scott Benson will speak […]

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Water Loss: An Invisible Problem for Utilities and Their Customers

During this Water Awareness Month, we are looking at ways to manage water loss, especially given the age of our country’s infrastructure and the billions of gallons of water that […]

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Plumbing Leak Detection: How to Find Hidden Water Leaks

In the average home, hidden water leaks lose approximately 10,000 gallons of water a year, and in one in ten, severe leaks can waste up to 90 gallons a day […]

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Frozen Water Lines in Texas Cause Jump in Plumbing Work

As the energy crisis in Texas and parts of the South subsided, residents weren’t given time to take a deep breath, because rising temperatures revealed a new problem – frozen […]

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Water Equity: Two Million Americans Lack Access to Water

Climate change and COVID-19 have been a one-two punch to water infrastructure, especially in those areas were the population is especially vulnerable, including low-income, rural and majority minority communities, many […]

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Water Infrastructure: Webinar Focuses on California’s Aging Systems

Don’t miss our latest webinar, focusing on the aging infrastructure challenges facing California residents and utilities, “California’s Aging Infrastructure: Are Your Homeowners Prepared to Handle the Unexpected Worry and Cost […]

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