RENO, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – The infrastructure law will give the state of Nevada around $400,000 for small-scale water efficiency projects all throughout the state.
The initiatives will improve the state’s population’s access to water resources.
The Moapa Valley Water District, Southern Nevada Water Authority, Truckee-Carson Irrigation District, and Virgin Valley Water District will get the funds.
“At a time when we are experiencing one of the worst droughts on record, it is critical that we invest in water conservation and improving infrastructure,” said Nevada Senator Jacky Rosen. “With this funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that I helped write and pass, communities across Nevada will more efficiently monitor water levels and take action to improve water efficiency and resiliency.”
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