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Flint Crisis a Wake-Up Call for Water Systems Nationwide

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has stirred an examination of the nation's aging water systems.

Once finished, this pipeline will be able to supply supplementary water from the Hickory Aquifer for San Angelo in 2013.

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has stirred an examination of the nation's aging water systems. The crisis is reminding the country that reliable supplies of clean water may not always be there in the face of such pressures as drought, increasingly powerful storms and rising sea levels. Some water suppliers are responding to the challenge by looking to innovative ways to supply and treat water. (Circle of Blue)

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