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.


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


WNYT Staff

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