The Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust realized record-low borrowing costs for two bond sales totaling $202.3 million, state Treasurer Steven Grossman said.

On May 8, the trust sold two series of state revolving fund bonds for water infrastructure projects by competitive bid. The trust received eight bids for the tax-exempt series and 11 bids for the taxable series, resulting in an all-in financing rate of 2.952%, according to Grossman.

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