IntroductionWater infrastructure in the United States is aging, and many, older cities in the United States have infrastructure that needs to be upgraded. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the majority of the nation’s sewage collection infrastructure is between 30 and 100 y old, putting it at risk for leaks, blockages, and malfunctions due to deterioration (U.S. EPA 2000).
Tom DolanInland Congregations United for ChangeE-mail AuthorTOM DOLAN is the Executive Director of Inland Congregations United for Change, a grassroots community organizing effort that is part of the PICO National Network. He has worked in community organizing efforts in Latin America and the United States for more than 30 years.
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