The South Dakota Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved $41 million in loans and grants for projects across the state.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard says in a statement that the money will go to improve drinking water and wastewater treatment and to protect the environment.
Grants make up about a quarter of the fund. Sioux Falls will receive $10,000 for recycling in city parks. Clark will get $1 million for a wastewater treatment facility.
And the Tripp County Water Users District will get an $11.75 million loan for improvements and expansion.
Some projects will receive loans and grants. The board made 25 awards.
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