Report urges adding water systems to U.S. infrastructure challenges

July 2010
Underground Construction;Jul2010, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p55
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The article focuses on the report highlighting the need to overhaul the water infrastructure systems in the U.S. that was released by the Urban Land Institute and Ernst & Young Inc. The report reveals the factors that contribute to the water problems in some urban areas in the country. It suggests the integration of effective land development into water management to eliminate waste and runoff.


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