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Flint, Michigan

Over 42 million people are affected by drinking water violations each year.
Flint, Michigan has been put a spotlight on water quality issues and water infrastructure overall. Tackling the challenge will put even more pressure on municipalities, giving way to potentially greater private company participation to finance infrastructure investments.
Reese Tisdale, Bluefield Research President
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