Reinventing America's urban water infrastructure

October 2011
Underground Construction;Oct2011, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p88
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The article reports that a multi-university team from various colleges in the U.S. has been chosen by National Science Foundation to develop an Engineering Research Center for the renovation of the country's urban water infrastructure in 2011.


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