During the COVID-19 pandemic, essential workers have provided vital services to keep their communities safe and healthy. Among these essential workers are water professionals, who do the often-unseen work to provide communities with clean water.
Jim Clark will lead a roundtable discussion about the company's partnership with Infrastructure Services Group, LLC.
Mr. Rehab recognizes the connections between climate change, extreme weather events, and their impacts on wastewater infrastructure.
16 employees were recognized for their dedication and loyalty to Mr. Rehab at the annual event.
Mr. Rehab is seeking job candidates as the company expands operations.
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The association lauds the signing of this act as an important step forward in the nation’s efforts to renew its aging water infrastructure.
A recent article says “more intense and severe weather, thanks to a changing climate” is causing problems for rapidly aging wastewater infrastructure.
Wastewater infrastructure receives a grade of D+, while drinking water infrastructure earns a D. See the full report including solutions and impacts.
Founded by Jim Clark, Mr. Rehab will continue operating as standalone subsidiary, providing sewer cleaning, inspection and rehabilitation services.