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23 June 2020
Revealed: millions of Americans can’t afford water as bills rise 80% in a decade


Part of the problem is that for years, maintenance and clean-up projects were deferred by utilities, without squirreling away money or planning for the climate crisis. It’s led to a massive backlog, for instance, more than $6bn worth of water is lost annually to leaks, according to industry analysts Bluefield Research. More at The Guardian »
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