More Spending On Wastewater, Drinking Water Infrastructure

Barlas, Stephen
December 2001
Underground Construction;Dec2001, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on efforts in the United States increase funds for the Clean Water and the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds in any economic stimulus package passed by the Congress. Amount proposed for the fund; Characteristics of the economic stimulus package version passed by the House of Representatives; Status of the Senate version of the economic stimulus package in December 2001.


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