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Report: Water infrastructure in the U.S. scores poorly

The condition of water infrastructure in the U.S. has been graded as just above failing by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Construction finishing on a two million gallon water tank in a 13,000-acre water well field owned by the Colorado River Muni…

The condition of water infrastructure in the U.S. has been graded as just above failing by the American Society of Civil Engineers in a definitive report calling for "transformative action" from Congress. The group gave the U.S. water infrastructure an overall grade of D+, while wastewater and drinking water infrastructure received a D+ and D, respectively. (Water Online)

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