Port Wentworth, Ga., Breaks Ground on $17.5 Million Wastewater Infrastructure Project
Project funded through ARRA
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Acting Deputy Regional Administrator Beverly Banister will join officials from U.S. Department of Agriculture, Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority and the city of Port Wentworth to break ground on a wastewater treatment facility in Port Wentworth, Ga. The wastewater infrastructure project, funded with $17.5 million through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, aims to help create green jobs, boost the local economy, improve aging water infrastructure and protect human health and the environment.
The ceremony takes place Feb. 26 at 11 a.m. at 1000 Richmond Rd.
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