Regan Touts Water Infrastructure As Utilities Praise Biden Investment Plan

April 5, 2021
EPA Administrator Michael Regan is touting the Biden administration’s plan to invest $111 billion in water infrastructure as a way to address long-running concerns of water utilities and newer challenges like climate change, noting during an April 5 roundtable discussion that “climate stress often exists as water stress.” Speaking to water utility executives, mayors and representatives from community groups, Regan said “water infrastructure has been on the back burner for far too long” and thanked the participants “for doing the...

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