Commission pushing billions in upgrades to US water infrastructure

NBC24 / The Associated Press » The Great Lakes Commission is pushing for a massive investment in drinking water infrastructure after water issues in Flint, Mich., and Toledo, Ohio. The commission is proposing the federal government spend $100 billion on drinking water infrastructure, $73 billion in wastewater improvements, and $5 billion in storm water management, but says some of the work could be funded through public-private partnerships.

2017-06-28T14:13:17-08:00March 2nd, 2017|Canada, Michigan, Ohio, Public-Private Partnerships, Wastewater, Water|
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