Burgeoning capital requirements for sewer systems will require $110 billion of spending during the next 20 years, placing increasing importance on resource management, Standard & Poor's Corp. said in the Aug. 24 edition of Credit Week Municipal.

Drawing from a recent needs duty by the Environmental Protection Agency, Standard & Poor's said the large capital spending requirements are "an important credit factor for both utility system revenue bond and GO bond ratings."

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