Investing in Water & Wastewater Infrastructure for Long-Term Benefits for New Hampshire Webinar
Through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), the State of New Hampshire has allocated the Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) $50 million to put towards drinking water and clean water projects. NHDES is anticipating being allocated additional ARPA funding but the amount and timing is unknown right now. That plus a significant increase in the availability of funds for the Drinking Water and Clean Water State Revolving Fund programs expected through the Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will afford communities significant opportunities to invest in water and wastewater infrastructure that will have long-term benefits.
Join Erin Holmes, the NHDES ARPA Coordinator and Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund Administrator, who will review the various drinking and clean water programs and funding opportunities so that municipal officials can best leverage this funding for necessary investments into improving local water infrastructure.