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August floods in Michigan caused 10 billion gallons to overflow from sewers

Torrential rain and flooding in southeast Michigan this summer washed almost 10 billion gallons of untreated wastewater into local lakes and rivers.
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New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico get water infrastructure funding

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced funding for water infrastructure projects in New York State, New Jersey and Puerto Rico.
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Arizona, Nevada get EPA funds to improve water quality, infrastructure

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing millions of dollars in funding to improve water quality and infrastructure in Arizona and Nevada.
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EPA funds water, environmental health projects along US-Mexico border

Environmental improvement projects along the U.S.-Mexico border will be supported by new funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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Scottish Water launches six-year improvement program

The state-owned utility announced on Monday that it would spend £3.5 billion ($5.7 billion) on a six-year program of upgrades to its water and sewage infrastructure.
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Wastewater collection project completed in Nova Scotia

A C$15 million wastewater collection project in Sydney, Nova Scotia, has been completed after 18 months of construction work.
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Water leaders rally support for water infrastructure investment

Water sector leaders from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 10 to rally support for further investment in the nation's water infrastructure.
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Untreated sewage from Montreal dumped directly into St. Lawrence River

Sewage waste is being released directly into the Saint Lawrence River in Montreal, following heavy rainfalls because the Canadian city's sewage waste mixes with rainwater during rain storms.
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Mixed opinions on water problems

Money and finance are the problems; information technology is the fix; which side are you on?
It’s said, often, that infrastructure for water provision to U.S. populations and industry is at a near-crisis stage. And there are signs that it’s the case. Yet because so many water sources are free, and for other reasons, the dollars-and-cents incentives that lead to decisive action often aren’t there.
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US water systems market creates opportunities for private investments

A new regulatory landscape in the United States is creating investment opportunities for private companies willing to invest strategically in US water markets.
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