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Green Evaluation: Washington Suburban Sanitary District Consolidated Public Improvement Bonds of 2019

The district was created in 1918 and operates as a public corporation of the State of Maryland under the Public Utilities Article. It includes water and sewerage systems and provides water supply and sewage disposal facilities for Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland. The net proceeds of the green bonds will be used to finance the planning, design, and construction of improvements to a water filtration plant in order to reduce solids discharges, and the planning, design, and construction of replacement pre-filter chlorination and filter air scour systems of such water filtration plant; planning, design, and construction or rehabilitation of large-diameter water transmission mains and large system valves and small water mains and other appurtenances including meter and vaults; and costs of issuance of the green bonds. The bonds will be labeled green bonds, and all project costs fall within the scope of our Green Evaluation.