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Water Resiliency

Three hurricanes slammed the U.S. in Q3, highlighting the acute need to improve the resiliency of our water and wastewater infrastructure.
This type of climatic event has drastic implications for a city’s underground infrastructure– namely its water and sewer systems. Houston’s wastewater treatment plants are at the greatest risk of being overwhelmed, flushing untreated wastewater into surface waters and putting the public at risk of disease and infection.
Erin Bonney Casey, Bluefield Research Director
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