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Utility Professionals Ask Congress to Fund Water Infrastructure

Water utility professionals visited with members of Congress to ask for funding of the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act to repair rapidly degrading water and wastewater systems.

Utility workers in Round Rock install a new electronic water meter intended to save water and lower the costs for consumers.

Water utility professionals visited with members of Congress to ask for funding of the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act to repair rapidly degrading water and wastewater systems. They asked for the full funding for WIFIA, funding for drinking water projects and funding for the wastewater state revolving loan program. (Water Online)

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