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EPA announces nearly $100M in loans for Miami-Dade water treatment
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EPA announces nearly $100M in loans for Miami-Dade water treatment

Andrew Wheeler, head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), was in South Florida Friday to announce a $99.7 million loan to Miami-Dade County for improving the county’s wastewater treatment plants.

“Our mission at EPA is to ensure that all Americans, regardless of their zip code, have clear air, clean water and clean land,” Wheeler said. “We can’t accomplish our mission with outdated or ineffective infrastructure, which is why modernizing our nation’s infrastructure and protecting our water resources is a top priority for President (Donald) Trump.”