How Should Infrastructure Funding Be Prioritized?
Updated: Dec 8, 2021
With the $1.2-trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill finally passed following lengthy congressional negotiations, U.S. water and wastewater utilities are in line to get help for solving some longstanding issues.
We ask public water suppliers what from the long list of needs should get the highest priority? We found the responses hit on similar themes, including aging infrastructure, climate change, aging workforce, water quality - PFAS, innovation, and supply-chain issues. We hope to provide the communication to enable those value equations to come to life, which is what the infrastructure bill is all about.