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Indiana will get more than $127 million from the federal government to improve its drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. The funding comes from the roughly $50 billion in water and sewer funding in the recent bipartisan infrastructure law.
Most of the money will go to the state’s revolving funds — handled by the Indiana Finance Authority.
In a letter to Gov. Eric Holcomb, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan said the funding should primarily be used to replace lead pipes in drinking water and clean up PFAS contamination.
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