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Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Survey--American Indian And Alaska Native Village Water Systems Survey.

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In 1999, The US EPA conducted the second survey of the nation's infrastructure needs. The survey covers community water systems and not-for-profit noncommunity water systems. American Indian and Alaska Native Village systems represent $2.2 billion of the $150.9 billion total national need. The results of this survey support the findings of the first survey, conducted in 1995, by documenting the continued need to install, upgrade, and replace the infrastructure on which the public relies for safe drinking water.

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Date:
Reference #:
2001
W.2001.9 B
Availability:
Yes
EPA Office:
Office of Water
Office Suboffice:
Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water
Office Division:
Drinking Water Protection Division
EPA Author:
Travers, David; Davies, Clive
Document Type:
Cost Analysis
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Contractors:
Cadmus Group, Inc.
Document Status:
Not Reported
Pages:
47
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entire document (PDF, 2582K, About PDF)


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