Monthly Archives: July 2016

Report Reinforces Needs and Benefits of Water Infrastructure

In April, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and WateReuse published the results of a study aimed at quantifying the economic impacts of increased federal investment in the State Revolving Funds (SRFs). The study, The Economic, Job Creation, and Federal Tax Revenue Benefits … Continue reading


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Party Conventions: A Stage for the Benefits of Water Infrastructure

As the Republican Convention is in full-swing this week, followed by the Democratic Convention next week, the CWC implores both parties to make America’s infrastructure a major column of their party platforms. The economic and public health benefits of ensuring … Continue reading

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House Takes on Interior; Senate Gives Up; White House Issues Veto Threat

For all intents and purposes, the federal budget process is over. Over as in, not moving forward, not over as in completed. The House will take up the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2017 this week. … Continue reading

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