ONLINE EVENT: July 23 | 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m CDT
Aging water infrastructure, emerging contaminants and addressing the impact of COVID-19 on the nation’s economy has the U.S. Congress debating the potential role infrastructure legislation can have on stimulating the economy. If enacted, the legislation could potentially impact the U.S. water infrastructure market for many years.
What is being discussed? Who is doing what? And will anything actually happen in 2020?
This is a panel discussion moderated by The Water Council President and CEO Dean Amhaus, with two Washington, D.C. “insiders” who will shed some light on the rapidly shifting discussions in Congress and how water policies might be impacted by the next person in the White House.
VP – Government and Industry Affairs
A. O. Smith Corporation
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