Providence Water Supply Board receives $16.2M RIIB loan to replace lead pipes

PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD will use a $16.2 million loan from Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank to replace existing lead pipes that connect customers to main water lines. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD
PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD will use a $16.2 million loan from Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank to replace existing lead pipes that connect customers to main water lines. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD
PROVIDENCE – The Providence Water Supply Board was approved for a $16.2 million loan to replace lead pipes. The deal was made with the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank, a quasi-governmental agency, and the funds are earmarked for the rehabilitation of the water supplier’s drinking-water distribution system. The Providence Water Supply Board, which serves Providence and…

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