The Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust on Tuesday held a retail period for $242 million of state revolving fund bonds.

The trust, established in 1989 under the federal Clean Water Act and which the Massachusetts treasurer’s office oversees, issues bonds to provide subsidized financing to municipalities statewide for its water pollution abatement and drinking water projects.

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