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"Most people don't understand we have to treat the water to a certain standard — both for consumption and for usage in your home. You go home, turn on your tap, flush your toilet and give it no more thought. Most of the time you don't see us unless something's wrong, but we're there to correct or mitigate those situations as quickly as possible. It's a very rewarding career, and I feel like in a sense I'm giving back. Water is life, and it's essential to life." Cheryl Porter, COO of water and field services for the Great Lakes Water Authority, on the rewards of a career in water. Photo by Ali Lapetina for Crain’s. Read more via the link in our profile. #cdbwomenlead #womeninbusiness #womenleaders #leadership #detroit #water #infrastructure

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