NY state announced $200 million to help keep drinking water clean

October 02, 2018 07:12 PM

New York state is making $200 million available to help communities keep their drinking water clean.

Of that, $185 million in grants will be available to upgrade water treatment plants. The remaining $15 million will go to water districts already upgrading their systems.

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Meanwhile, the state Health Department is expected to announce new standards for contaminants like PFOA in our drinking water.


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