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Millions of dollars will flow to Long Island for water infrastructure improvement projects.

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Approval of New York State funding will give the city access to low-cost, short-term financing and previously announced grants to advance critical water and wastewater infrastructure projects.

Projects on Long Island include:

  • Greenlawn Water District – $3.2 million for the installation of an Advanced Oxidation Process treatment system to treat 1,4-dioxane.

  • Jericho Water District – $12.1 million to install an AOP treatment system and a granular activated carbon treatment system at the Stillwell Lane facility to remove 1,4-dioxane and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA).

  • sands point village – $3 million allocated for the installation of a new GAC processing system.

  • Suffolk County Water Department – $2.7 million for construction of approximately 20,000 feet of water main to provide water service to 64 households on Halsey Manor Road, starting at Country Road 111, extending north to Mill Road and east to Doe Run , Primrose Path and associated lanes in Manorville.

  • Great Neck North Water Authority – $3 million to install an AOP treatment system to remove 1,4-dioxane and a GAC ​​treatment system to remove PFOA.

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