News Feature | October 15, 2021

For Western Towns New Water Infrastructure Spending Can't Arrive Soon Enough

Source: KLa Systems
Colorado River iStock-508049515

The new Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest $1 billion over the next five years in water recycling programs for the Western United States. As reported by the WateReuse Association, this is historic investment over the roughly $65 million per year water recycling initiatives had previously received through the Bureau of Reclamation.

For many towns, it can’t come soon enough. As reported by the Colorado Sun, small towns like Dove Creek, CO, are holding on but only just in the face of the megadrought.

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