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Aging Infrastructure

50% of U.S. water infrastructure evaluated as poor to beyond planned life.
Federal funding for municipal water has declined steadily in the past 40 years to barely $4 billion, pushing municipalities to a breaking point as assets reach the end of their useful lives. As a result, a surge of network upgrades will usher in a range of new alternative business models and technologies to deliver more with less.
Bjoern Stengel, Analyst, Bluefield Research
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