The Flint water crisis brought long overdue attention to the state of U.S. water infrastructure. Repair and development costs are jaw-dropping. And water management is being scrutinized – from the top-down – to figure out how these costs are going to be paid for. Fortunately, the costs of water modernization can be quantified, forecasted, and accounted for, years in advance. Unfortunately, communicating price and service changes to the consumer is tough.
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