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Advocates for decentralized water treatment say the practice could make water networks in the U.S. more resilient.

President Biden's historic Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest 55 billion dollars to expand access to clean drinking water to families, businesses, schools and child-care centers across the U.S., and eliminate the nation's lead pipes. But Riggs Eckelberry, CEO and founder of OriginClear, a company leading a self-reliant water revolution, says this all is just a band-aid.

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