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Center for Water Quality Excellence Offers Program for Cost-Effective Storm Water Practices

October 19, 2021 -- 

A new resource is available for Lancaster and York County, Pennsylvania, landowners who are seeking solutions for their storm water management problems.

The Center for Water Quality Excellence is offering a program with no-cost service that is funded by PennVest, the state’s infrastructure investment authority. The center is designed to help farmers, municipalities and businesses understand cost-effective storm water practices and implementation.

The CWQE is a pilot program operating in Lancaster and York counties in 2021 to 2022.

“Pennsylvania’s Center for Water Quality Excellence can help you make sense of the grant, loan, and public-private partnership programs that support agricultural conservation and urban storm water practices in Pennsylvania,” according to the CWQE website.


Source: Storm Water Solutions magazine,

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