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The Flint, Michigan Crisis Can Easily Happen Where You Live

The Flint, Michigan Crisis Can Easily Happen Where You Live

Flint, Michigan is currently in the midst of a tremendous water crisis right now, but the most shocking part about the whole situation is that it can quickly unfold in any city. Why?

Setting aside the fact that Gov. Rick Snyder was heavily involved with how things unfolded, the ultimate cause of the entire crisis is that the aging water infrastructure in Flint, MI was never improved. Instead, it

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Baltimore Sewers: Time Bombs Buried Under the Streets

Baltimore Sewers: Time Bombs Buried Under the Streets

With the goal of informing our members about pressing issues across the country regarding water infrastructure, we are sharing the following information.

In a video interview with American Public Media’s Marketplace, David Flores from Blue Water Baltimore shows and explains the mounting issues Baltimore is facing due to the infrastructure crisis occurring below ground. Watch the video from Marketplace below.

This report also includes historical background on the above

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Aging Water Infrastructure Paramount in the Minds of Voters

Aging Water Infrastructure Paramount in the Minds of Voters

WASDA is committed to keeping you posted on any developments that affect your business and the state of water infrastructure. Clean Water Weekly recently reported on four U.S states where voters have identified water as one of their top priorities in the upcoming elections. This is an interesting development because it demonstrates the fact that there is widespread concern about the growing demand for affordable and easily accessible water

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An Executive Council on Infrastructure Formed to Redress Funding Gap

An Executive Council on Infrastructure Formed to Redress Funding Gap

The Bi-Partisan Policy Center recently formed a new Executive Council on Infrastructure. The Bi-Partisan Policy Center is a non-profit, think-tank looking for politically balanced solutions to complex national issues.

The goal of The Executive Council is to connect the private sector funding to U.S infrastructure, which could free up billions of dollars to fund the many projects that require urgent remediation across the country. It’s clear that government spending

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International Water Infrastructure Crisis Reaches Epic Proportions

International Water Infrastructure Crisis Reaches Epic Proportions

The state of America’s neglected water infrastructure has reached a crisis point and we are not alone. Countries around the world are facing the same dilemma.

The spectrum ranges from countries that have no infrastructure to speak of to others who struggle to modernize their infrastructures to meet increasing economic development. For example, Southeast Asia has experienced rapid economic growth in the past fifteen years, which in turn has

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