The world is about to get an extra $2.7 billion to help fight global warming.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday it is investing $1.5 billion to expand the capacity of existing wastewater treatment plants and create new ones.
It will give the federal government more money to build wastewater treatment facilities for sewage, water, and wastewater treatment and recovery, a major part of the government’s plan to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 80% by 2050.
The EPA also plans to install two new wastewater treatment systems in the United States.
These are called sewage disposal systems and sewage treatment plants.
The former is a sewage system that delivers wastewater to a treatment plant to remove it from the ground and turn it into a liquid.
The latter is a treatment system that uses water from a nearby river to purify it into usable drinking water.
Sewage treatment and wastewater systems are typically used in the agricultural, industrial, and other industries that produce high concentrations of CO2.
The new plants will improve the efficiency of the existing wastewater systems and reduce the cost of doing business.
The wastewater treatment system will be built in the U.K. and will be operated by a private company, the U-Haul, based in Swansea, England.
The sewage system will operate on the continent, but it will also operate in the world’s most polluted country, China, where it will be located in an industrial park near Beijing.
The agency said the UHaul is one of two companies in the market to provide the U,S.
government with the equipment and the expertise to build these new facilities.
“We are extremely proud to have the world champion sewage sewage treatment and disposal systems in place,” EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said in a statement.
The plant is expected to be operational in 2019, and the wastewater system is expected in 2021.
In addition to providing new wastewater disposal facilities, the EPA also is investing about $2 billion to install sewage collection and treatment equipment in China.
These systems collect wastewater from nearby river systems and deliver it to treatment plants that are located on the mainland.
The government will also be installing sewage recovery equipment, which is the process of turning sewage water into usable water.
A sewage facility will be constructed at the site of the former Hinkley Point nuclear power plant in New York.
Hinkly Point has been a source of controversy for years, as the plant has been plagued by problems with radioactive waste.
The Obama administration has sought to delay construction at the plant until it can address safety concerns.
The project has been stalled since 2011, when the plant went into shutdown.
The shutdown prompted the UAW to file a lawsuit against the company that operates the plant, and two of its workers were killed in the incident.
The plants cost about $3.5 million each, according to the EPA.
“This is a win-win for all stakeholders,” said Mike McKenna, executive director of the New York City-based Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a group that works to improve environmental conditions.
“The EPA is putting the power back in the hands of communities and the people of New York and New Jersey, who deserve it most.”