NJ gets $169M to upgrade water systems, remove lead, PFAS
Clip: 12/17/2021 | 1m 43s | Video has closed captioning.
New Jersey was recently allocated almost $169 million to spend on water system improvements, including for the removal of lead service lines and for upgrades to deal with PFAS, toxic substances known as “forever chemicals.” U.S. Rep. Pallone Friday highlighted the fact that more money could be on the way to the state if the "Build Back Better" bill is approved in Washington.
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