The Technology of Water: Learning More to Use Less

Across Utah, utility crews are an in an uphill battle to maintain and modernize water delivery systems. From the desert community of St. George, to verdant Cache Valley, Utah’s water infrastructure is a complex network of old and new piping with old and new billing systems used to pay for it.

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