Three Things Local Officials Should Know About Water Infrastructure

Today, local officials face a problem decades in the making: aging water infrastructure systems and the costs of repair and replacement. Much of the country’s one million miles of water lines are […]

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Smart Meters Can Help Stop The Loss Of Water… And Dollars

A state audit found that Pittsburgh is losing half of the clean water it processes; Olean, N.Y., loses two of every five gallons; Ontario, Canada, is losing $700 million a […]

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Three Issues Facing Veterans In Your Community

Veterans bring a lot to the table, and many of the skills they learned in the armed forces can benefit your community once they’ve been discharged. Many times, a veteran […]

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Six Tips To Help Residents Age In Place

Since Jan. 1, 2011, 10,000 Baby Boomers are eligible to retire daily, and Americans 65 and older will make up 19 percent of the population by 2030. Many of those […]

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Green Infrastructure: Three Key Concepts for Municipal Officials

As municipal officials look to improve infrastructure, rehabilitate distressed neighborhoods and make communities more livable, many are turning to green infrastructure, which uses existing infrastructure, such as parks, to contain […]

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Water Conservation in Drought: A Three-Pronged Approach

Here are a few tips to help residents with water conservation in a drought: Use washing machines and dishwashers for full loads only. When washing dishes or hands, brushing teeth or […]

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A Three-pronged Approach To Water Conservation In Drought

What Can Residents Do? Here are a few tips to help residents conserve water during a drought. Use washing machines and dishwashers for full loads only. When washing dishes or […]

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Lead in Water: Utilities and Homeowners Must Both Have Skin In the Game to Protect Public Safety

June is National Safety Month, a time when we should consider how to promote safety in our homes and workplaces.  There have been many articles and stories in the news […]

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Looking Back At 2016

2016 saw tremendous and exciting activity for the NLC Service Line Warranty Program! We welcomed 71 new city partners in the U.S., bringing our total to over 400 across North […]

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Different Location, Same Problem

The same headlines appear around North America every day. “No water, school in area of Norton Shores due to water main break” “Traffic alert: Water main break leads to road closings, icy spots” “Water main break causes street collapse, cars flooded […]

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