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07 April 2021
With $1.6 trillion forecasted for total expenditures by end of decade, water utility operations face significant disruption


The day-to-day cost of operating and maintaining U.S. municipal water and wastewater infrastructure is taking on an oversized share of utilities’ total expenditures (TOTEX). Over the last fifty years, spending on operations has escalated from a 50% to a 66% share of total utility expenditures with few signals of slowing, according to a new report from Bluefield Research. More at American Journal of Transportation »
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