Monthly Archives: May 2015

Upward Trend of Residential Water Pricing Reflects Water Infrastructure’s State of Decay

In a recent study conducted by the Circle of Blue, the price of residential water (including sewer prices and fees for controlling urban runoff from rainstorms) in 30 major U.S. cities was shown to have risen faster than the cost … Continue reading

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Making Our Case on Capitol Hill

Today, as you read this post, CWC members and legislative staff are on Capitol Hill meeting with members of Congress from around the country. Members are confronting legislators and their staffs face-to-face, making the case for critically needed federal water … Continue reading

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The Costs of Our Failing Water Infrastructure, Cont.

Last week we cited some distressing statistics on the trillions of gallons of water lost from leaky pipes and other faulty infrastructure in our nation’s cities. To sum up, according to a report recently published in the New York Times, … Continue reading

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The Costs of Our Failing Water Infrastructure

Bennett Courrier Oaster of the Energy Collective recently analyzed the trillions of gallons of water lost from leaky pipes and other faulty infrastructure in cities all over the U.S. every year. Among his findings: *   About 14-18% of water treated … Continue reading

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