Chesapeake Bay project reducing pollution with renewable energy

The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved more than $46 million in funding to reduce pollution and save energy.

 "This is a great start to the new year with smart investments that protect public health and the environment while saving money and energy in Maryland communities," said Maryland Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles. "The Piscataway sewage treatment plant bio-energy project is a big step in greening the economy, cleaning the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and combating climate change."

By, Water World