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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ICYMI: Check out this @EENewsUpdates piece outlining what the next stimulus bill could mean for our country’s water infrastructure and how this could be an opportunity to address long standing issues with our highly fractured, aging water system:

Great piece outlining our current legislative priorities with @NAWC_RFP weighing in on how Congress can create opportunities for America's water companies to deploy the capital needed to fix our nation's water infrastructure problems & expand access to safe, reliable water.

Great piece in @thehill this morning from NYT bestselling author & NAWC's 2019 Water Summit featured speaker, @SethMSiegel, on how COVID-19 "presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to significantly improve our drinking water". Read more:

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