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WASHINGTON — WIFIA is a key development in addressing America’s trillion-dollar water infrastructure challenge.
RALEIGH, N.C. — The award is presented to utilities that have successfully completed a project that optimized an AMI, MDM or other related technologies.
LISLE, Ill. — Residents in the state are confronted with increasing concerns about nitrate and arsenic contamination in their water.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Top water leaders from the private and public sector joined together in Washington, D.C. recently.
SEATTLE, Wash. — The agreements are the result of extensive federal and state government cooperation for employing more green infrastructure projects.
WASHINGTON — Utility leaders will also advocate for the protection of water infrastructure bonds and the affordability of federal water mandates.
Tryon talks about some of the biggest threats facing the water/wastewater industry right now.
DENVER — David LaFrance, executive director of the American Water Works Association, issued a statement on the report card.
LOVELAND, Colo. — The event established the urgent need to continue to invest in water infrastructure projects despite the economic difficulties in Europe.