How to Prevent a Water Crisis
City leaders understand that the Flint water crisis is far from an isolated incident. The water and sewer systems that are essential to the health of our communities is a constant struggle with little margin for error. Whether your town is threatened by contaminates such as lead and arsenic, challenged to maintain aging infrastructure, or operating under consent decree, it is important to find solutions that are financially and environmentally responsible. This session explain how local officials and utility managers can work together to ensure their citizens have access to affordable, reliable drinking water.
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