ALBANY – The state Environmental Facilities Corporation has awarded over $39 million to Mid-Hudson municipalities for water and wastewater facilities upgrades.
The investment is projected to save localities in the region an estimated $172.3 million.
- Dutchess County Water and Wastewater Authority will receive $4.5 million for the Greenfields Water Interconnection project
- Village of Nyack will receive just under $2.8 million for PFAS/PFOA treatment at the Nyack water plant
- Village of Pawling will receive just under $1.3 million for phase II of the Lower Baxter Wellfield development and construction
- City of Peekskill will receive over $1 million for sewer and pump station improvements
- Village of Port Chester will receive $4 million for sanitary sewer rehabilitation
- City of Port Jervis will receive over $4.5 million for water system upgrades
- Town of Poughkeepsie will receive $1.5 million for design and construction of the Hudson Heritage Sewer District
- Village of South Blooming Grove will receive $4.7 million for water system improvements
- Town of Thompson will receive $4.7 million for the Emerald Green wastewater treatment lant upgrade and expansion
- Westchester County will receive $6.2 million for the Yonkers joint treatment plant odor control and HVAC upgrades
- Westchester Joint Water Works will receive $5 million for the Rye Lake Water Filtration plan.