This written testimony was presented to the House of Representatives Transportation and Innovation Committee’s Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment by John Linc Stine, ECOS President and Commissioner of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, during a March 9, 2017 hearing examining the role of Federal agencies in building a water infrastructure ready for the challenges of 21st century America.
The Subcommittee examined how the Federal government, in conjunction with its partners in state and local government, can work to reduce inefficiencies and delays in project delivery, include affordability considerations in the rulemaking process, better use data and technology, and maximize benefits from existing resources.
To read ECOS’ press release, see here.
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