U.S. EPA providing $46.5 million to Ohio to safeguard drinking water from forever chemicals

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Ohio will be getting nearly $46.5 million in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law money to safeguard against so-called forever chemicals in drinking water across the state.

The money will be used to “promote access to safe and clean water in small, rural, and disadvantaged communities while supporting local economies,” the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in an announcement.

The funds will be distributed from the EPA’s Emerging Contaminants in Small or Disadvantaged Communities Grant Program.

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