The Daily Standard
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The proposed infrastructure bill working its way through Congress could potentially open up billions of dollars for water and wastewater treatment projects around the nation, including sorely needed projects in our own backyard.
Several local municipalities are lining up for funds to assist with water and wastewater projects. On June 29, Ohio Gov Mike DeWine signed House Bill 168, which, among other things, invested $250 million to establish a water and sewer quality program administered by the Ohio Department of Development. The program provides grants to identify and invest in Ohio's most critical infrastructure needs.
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