The costs of aging infrastructure
July 18, 2007

The aging water and wastewater infrastructure that most of the country now uses comes with some real costs, as when overloaded wastewater plants have to discharge untreated wastewater into rivers and streams in the event of heavy downpours. That happened in Carroll, Iowa, earlier in July, in large part due to the cracked sewer pipes running beneath the city, which allow huge amounts of stormwater into the sewers.

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last revised July 2007