EPA Provides $15 Million to Help Small Systems Across the U.S.

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U.S. EPA
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Funding will go toward drinking water and wastewater systems and private well owners

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced last week that it will provide up to $15 million in funding for training and technical assistance to small drinking and wastewater systems, defined as systems that serve fewer than 10,000 people, and private well owners. The funding will help provide water system staff with training and tools to enhance system operations and management practices, and supports EPA’s continuing efforts to protect public health, restore watersheds and promote sustainability in small communities.

Publication Date: 
March 5, 2012
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