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July 2013
Common logic tells us there are some things that simply cannot be put off. The repair or renewal of our nation’s water infrastructure is one of them. Statistics show that when a water main breaks it typically is found to be roughly 45 years old. It also...
For the past two decades, the sprawling campus of the Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant in metropolitan St. Louis has undergone a transformation that has seen significant upgrades, capacity improvements and new treatment capabilities—all without...
  Many communities across the U.S. have combined sewer systems that transport both storm water and wastewater, leading to combined sewer overflows (CSOs) that activate during wet weather. Communities with CSOs have had to develop mitigation...
The Gulf of Mexico has the largest dead zone in the U.S. and the second-largest in the world. It presents scientific, technical, economic and political challenges for the region. Michelle Perez, Ph.D., a senior associate with the World Resources...

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