CHICAGO— To maintain the nation’s current level of drinking water service over the next 25 years is going to require a trillion dollar outlay, according to a report from the American Water Works Association. The recent Clean Water and Drinking Water Needs Surveys from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the combined total needed for water infrastructure investments over the next 20 years at $655 billion. Water quality concerns, highlighted by the crisis in Flint, ...

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