Kansas City, Mo., had 1,850 water main breaks in 2012, highlighting its aging water infrastructure. It started pipe replacement in 2013 and plans to tackle 28 miles a year. The city is not alone; every two minutes across the country, a water main breaks, according to ASCE estimates.
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