EPA gives Mass. water, sewer infrastructure a boost

The state will get $185 million in funds to help with more than 127 ready-to-be built projects focused on replacing aging infrastructure and preserving the health and safety of Massachusetts residents. Most of the money will be delivered in the form of community grants, while the rest will be made available through low-interest loans. In addition, 20% of the funds must go to environmentally friendly projects and investments.

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