No water system is perfect. Somewhere between entry to the distribution system and registry at customer meters, water loss will occur. Some of it is essential for standard operation of the system, as in the case of hydrant flushing. Also […]
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Although it’s difficult to see into the future with certainty, planning activities that address near-term needs while keeping an eye on potential long-term needs can lay the groundwork for a well planned capital improvements plan (CIP). When it comes to rate-setting, […]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Water Infrastructure and Resiliency Finance Center recently published a compendium of utility customer assistance programs (CAPs). The publication includes information about a multitude of programs created to aid those who have difficulty paying their […]
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- Polar Vortex a Chilly Reminder of the Value of WaterBy Miranda Kleven on February 14, 2019
- MN Offers Outreach & Education Grants for Contaminants of Emerging ConcernBy Heather Syverson on February 14, 2019
- 2018 Rate Survey – Fixed Charges: What’s the Right Amount?By Miranda Kleven on December 14, 2018
- USDA Accepts Grant Applications for Communities of 10,000 or LessBy Abby Ritz on December 14, 2018