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Water: A Priceless Commodity That Comes At A Cost

August 12, 2012
By Deb Naybor - CWC Conservationist , The Post-Journal

Most of us turn on the tap and get clear, clean water at a U.S. average cost of only $2 per 1,000 gallons. That's only about $300 per year for an average household, so it's pretty easy to take water for granted. But did you know that an estimated 2 million Americans live without running water? Did you know that water infrastructure in the U.S., much of which was built more than 50 years ago, needs more than $200 billion in repairs?

 
 

 

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