Maryland approves $ 2.6 million for water and wastewater infrastructure


October 7, 2021

Grants and loans will help the state separate a combined sewer, upgrade an existing wastewater treatment plant, and replace a defective asbestos-cement pipe.

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The Finance for WASH Access partnership is also building on lessons learned in India to scale up their impact in Kenya, demonstrating the value of replicating successful models adapted to local conditions.

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