The gilt-edged New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust Tuesday will sell $130 million of tax-exempt debt by competitive bid to help finance water infrastructure needs throughout the state.

The bond sale is a pooled borrowing for 55 local governments and five private water companies. The debt will be repaid from borrowers’ payments to the trust, with most municipalities pledging their general obligation credit to the bonds.

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