Funds to Help Local Water Treatment Projects

by Emily Baird on January 31, 2010 at 11:22 am

The Ohio EPA will be divvying up about 49 million dollars to help fund 42 water treatment projects across the state, including several local projects.

Muskingum County will get more than two million dollars to help with sewage treatment systems along Coopermill Road, Potts Lane, Middleton Drive, Woody Lane, and Benjamin Avenue.

Noble County will see about five million dollars for the construction of a sanitary sewer system.

Coshocton County can expect more than two million dollars for several sewage projects, and Fairfield County will get about 250 thousand dollars to put in a storm and sanitary line at miller park in Lancaster.

These funds stem from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and Ohio EPA loans.