According to the Water Research Foundation, the 30 largest US municipal water systems will need to spend $88 billion on infrastructure over the next decade to ensure safe water supplies for the communities they serve.
Mergers are the past, present and future of the US utility industry. Since the days of Bell and Edison, heat, water, electricity and communication companies have found that they can lower costs and improve operational efficiency by adding scale.
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