Pipe Dreams

Money Is Pouring Into Sewer System Upgrade Projects

Call in the infrastructure plumber. Wastewater upgrade and replacement projects are among the biggest and most complex infrastructure developments cities undertake. Systems are often deep underground, buried beneath layers of other infrastructure—roads, pipes, telecom lines, subways and more.
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