- WEB EXCLUSIVE
- PE COFFEEHAUS
The assessment documents anticipated costs for repairs and replacement of transmission and distribution pipes, storage and treatment equipment, and projects that are necessary to deliver safe supplies of drinking water.
The Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey and Assessment, which is done every four years, reflected data collected in 2007 from states. According to the survey results, the nation's water utilities will need to invest an estimated $334.8 billion over the next 20 years to deal with aging infrastructure.