EPA to provide $39.2M loan to Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is one of three state agencies invited to apply for $695 million in water-infrastructure loans through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to a press release. The loans, offered through the EPA’s new state infrastructure financing authority, are intended to help pay for projects that improve water quality…

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