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US water utilities break even as capital spending falls

Municipal water utilities in the United States broke even this year, although their improved financial position came at the expense of capital investment.
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Fort Smith officials outline plan to eliminate sewer overflows

Officials in Fort Smith, Arkansas, have drawn up detailed plans to bring the city into compliance with the federal Clean Water Act.
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Fort Wayne takes over Aqua Indiana water system

Aqua Indiana's drinking water system in southwest Allen County has been transferred to the city of Fort Wayne in a $50.1 million deal.
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Environmental group sues city of San Jose over San Francisco Bay pollution

San Francisco Baykeeper is taking legal action over runoff pollution that ends up in San Francisco Bay.
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Spain faces legal action over inadequate wastewater treatment

The European Commission first warned the country in 2003 about its concerns over wastewater treatment in areas with a population equivalent of more than 10,000.
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EPA funding helps water utilities prepare for climate change

Water utilities in more than 20 communities across the United States will receive extra funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to strengthen their climate change resilience and readiness.
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EBRD proposes $1.9m loan to upgrade water, wastewater services in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is set to receive a sovereign loan of up to EUR1.5 million ($1.9 million) to improve water supply and selected wastewater services in the southwest region of the country.
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Major new desalination plant opens in Algeria

The biggest seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant on the African continent was officially opened in Algeria this week.
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New York State awards grants to improve water quality

The governor of New York has authorized grants that will fund local and regional projects to improve water quality across the state.
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US market for advanced municipal water treatment technologies worth $3.2 billion by 2019

The U.S. market for advanced municipal water treatment technologies was worth about $2.1 billion in 2013 and is predicted to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.4 percent over the next five years.
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