The Water Research Foundation issued a report September 10 finding that federal laws and regulations governing water quality are hindering utilities’ ability to adapt to climate change. The report, Building a Climate-Ready Regulatory System concludes that as water supply quantity and quality decline, meeting water standards will require more energy, and so the Environmental Protection Agency needs to include provisions in future water standards to help utilities meet energy regulations.
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