WASHINGTON (might 28, 2020) — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $196 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan towards the Inland Empire Utilities Agency in San Bernardino County, Ca. The loan may help finance expanded wastewater therapy ability to help public health insurance and environmental surroundings in this growing community.
“Through WIFIA, EPA is playing a role that is key President Trump’s efforts to really improve and upgrade our nation’s water infrastructure in communities over the country,” said EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler. “With this deal shutting, EPA has granted 21 WIFIA loans totaling $4.4 billion in credit support to greatly help fund $9.8 billion for water infrastructure tasks while producing 21,000 jobs.”
the objective of the Regional liquid Recycling Plant No. 5 (RP-5) Expansion Project would be to expand the plant’s liquids therapy capability and build an innovative new solids facility that is handling.Continue reading