The ten largest private water companies in the U.S. alone invest
$3 billion annually
to improve community tap water systems across the country.




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#DYK NAWC’s ten largest members alone collectively invest nearly $3 billion each year in their water systems. This amounts to more than the combined appropriation in 2018 for the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.

ICYMI: This piece from @DLeonhardt in @nytimes dives into @SethMSiegel’s latest book which explores how the drinking water crises in cities like #Flint & Newark are actually “part of a much larger problem” https://nyti.ms/36JwdTZ

Water-related services are extremely capital intensive: 2x as capital-intensive as electric and telecom utilities and 3x as intensive as natural gas. Our member companies have the capital it takes to proactively invest in our country’s water future. More: https://bit.ly/2WurWid

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