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    These 15 pieces of construction equipment retain the most value after five years of use. This is a good list to start with if you're researching an acquisition for your public agency.

  • How New York City Brews ‘the Champagne of Drinking Water’

    This excellent written and graphic explains the Bureau of Water Supply’s plan to invest more than $3 billion over the next five years to meet the needs of almost 10 million people.

  • The Priciest Infrastructure Project in U.S. History

    IF it ever gets built.

  • May 10, 11: Calling All Stormwater Professionals

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is convening a summit on how to prioritize and advocate for infrastructure required by changing federal stormwater regulations. WEF's Great Water Cities conference is open to both members and nonmembers.

  • John Oliver and Elmo Team Up to Discuss Lead

    In order to help show the serious effects of America's longstanding lead problem, John Oliver teamed up with none other than Elmo and friends.

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  • States Resist Disclosing Lead Pipe Locations

    The EPA asked state drinking water regulators to urge utilities to post online the numbers and locations of their risky lead pipes. Records obtained by USA TODAY NETWORK show some states are resisting.

  • This is America’s Oldest Concrete Street

    The public works department in a small Ohio town is having a very busy week. The caretakers of the nation’s first “artificial stone” street are hosting concrete enthusiasts eager to celebrate a public asset installed 17 years after Custer’s last stand.

  • Water Sector Groups Announce Launch of Utility of the Future Today Recognition Program

    Coalition of water sector organizations launch program that celebrates excellent performance and builds on the success of innovative and sustainable utility management practices

  • Learn About Millennials, Don't Generationally Stereotype Them

    Millennials are given a "bad rap" in the workplace but due to their innovative and risk-taking nature may be the key to growing your company.