Most forms of infrastructure spending are financially squeezed right now. State and municipal budgets continue to struggle, and bonds continue to be more difficult to sell. The ability to fund necessary water infrastructure improvements has been central to the 2013 construction decline of 3% in the sewage and waste disposal market, as many municipal water systems still depend on the tax base for funding. It is probably a safe assumption that somehow politicians will find a way to address ...

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