Indiana will benefit from a $436 M EPA loan

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Indiana’s Governor and the EPA announced a $436 million loan Wednesday designed to support wastewater and drinking water projects in the state.

The funds are under the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act, and seek to support clean water and protect public health in the Hoosier State.

This includes the replacement of a water treatment plant and distribution system improvements in Walkerton, and corrective measures in Warsaw.

You can read more specifics about the Act by clicking here.


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