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Guardian investigation into US water poverty: read the full analysis

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Guardian US commissioned an analysis of the cost and affordability of water and sewage services in 12 diverse American cities

A sewage treatment plant in Camden, New Jersey. A sewage treatment plant in Camden, New Jersey. Photograph: Fred R Conrad/The Guardian

Guardian US commissioned the economist Roger Colton, an authority on the affordability of utilities, to analyse the cost and affordability of water and sewage services in 12 diverse American cities. The objective was to investigate the extent of water poverty in the US over the past decade, and consider what the future may hold.

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