EPA Revises Funds For States’ LSL Replacements Following ‘Needs’ Debate

May 2, 2024
EPA has released long-awaited state-level allotments of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funds earmarked for replacement of lead service lines (LSL), based in part on new data states provided last year following a backlash against an earlier proposal that many officials said would have been out of line with their actual LSL burdens. The agency announced on May 2 its final allotment of $3 billion that the BIL appropriated for LSL replacement projects through the drinking water state revolving fund (DWSRF)...

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