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infrastructure

1. The components of information technology, including computer hardware, software, networks, and peripheral devices that are used to connect and send signals to computers and users.
2. Those buildings, supplies, policies, procedures and other assets that support the human resources of an institution.
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Bison is a water infrastructure, logistics and solutions provider.
"There is no one-stop shop for water infrastructure funding," Casey observes.
"We are pleased to provide significant funding as part of our overall efforts to help New Jersey meet its critical water infrastructure needs."
The WIFIA program will play an important part in making vital improvements to the nation's water infrastructure and implementing the President's Infrastructure Plan, which calls for increasing the program's funding authorization and expanding project eligibility.
As pipes, pumps and plants reach the end of their expected lifespan, water infrastructure capital needs are growing rapidly.
* Historic and forecast market value for the water infrastructure construction industry by construction output and value-add methods for the period 2010 through to 2019.
These situations showed there were a number of opportunities in all areas of water infrastructure, including advanced filtration, biological treatment technology, drainage pipes and systems, engineering and construction, membrane filtration, monitoring equipment, operations services, pipes, pumps, and valves, plumbing and system materials, and water treatment technologies.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released results of a survey showing that $384 billion in improvements are needed for the nation's drinking water infrastructure through 2030 for systems to continue providing safe drinking water to 297 million Americans.
World demand for water infrastructure equipment is projected to increase 6.5 percent per year to $101.7 billion in 2016.
Numerous studies, including those by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Congressional Budget Office, estimate that the cost of addressing the nation's clean water infrastructure needs over the next 20 years could exceed $400 billion.
Jakarta, Jan 17, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Rudie Kusmayadi, President Director of the Pdam Tirta Rahardja Bandung Regency, highlights three needs for Indonesian water infrastructure development: a capable water resource, financing, and most importantly, an affordable market.
Risk assessment for water infrastructure safety and security.

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