New York State launches Clean Water Infrastructure Asset Management Program in Capital Region
Four communities in the Capital Region have been selected to have their waste-water treatment plants monitored, in hopes of making improvements.
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Albany County’s plan, also the plan in the Village of Athens, the Town of East Greenbush and the City of Glens Falls – will all participate in this new state program.
These are 4 of the 27 communities selected.
The state will have teams taking a close look to make improvements where necessary.
The program is called the Clean Water Infrastructure Asset Management Program.