Water, Sewer Providers Must Assess Security Risks As Cyberattacks Rise

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia is requiring all water and sewer providers in the state to complete cybersecurity assessments, following an uptick in cyberattacks nationally.

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State Water Agency Invests $20 Million In Infrastructure Projects

The West Virginia Water Development Authority announced Wednesday that it would invest $20 million in water, wastewater and sewage infrastructure upgrades across the state.

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Residents Warned Against Recreation Along Parts Of Kanawha River

Flooding rains Sunday night into early Monday washed out at least 2.5 miles of the Kanawha Falls Public Service District's sewage collection system, which serves the Mount Olive Correctional Center.

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Wastewater Woes: For These Appalachian Towns, It’s Always Infrastructure Week

Kimberly Shatney lives just outside Pine Grove, West Virginia, an incorporated town of about 500 people with a big problem. Behind a small sandwich shop…

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