Maryland Gets $144 Million in Federal Funds to Rehabilitate Aging Water Infrastructure

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Friday, September 23, 2022

Provided under the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill, the EPA grants require the state to ensure that at least 40 percent of the benefits go to disadvantaged communities disproportionately impacted by aging water systems.By Aman AzharResponding to Maryland’s water woes, the Environmental Protection Agency will make $144 million in funds from President Biden’s infrastructure bill available to the state for improvements to drinking water systems and wastewater management.

Responding to Maryland’s water woes, the Environmental Protection Agency will make $144 million in funds from President Biden’s infrastructure bill available to the state for improvements to drinking water systems and wastewater management. The funding includes $76 million being made available now to the Maryland Department of the Environment for distribution to cities and other […]

Provided under the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill, the EPA grants require the state to ensure that at least 40 percent of the benefits go to disadvantaged communities disproportionately impacted by aging water systems.

By Aman Azhar

Responding to Maryland’s water woes, the Environmental Protection Agency will make $144 million in funds from President Biden’s infrastructure bill available to the state for improvements to drinking water systems and wastewater management.

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