PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved more than $860,000 for six solid waste management projects, most of which will go toward construction of a large regional landfill.

The board approved $788,000 for the Northwest South Dakota Regional Landfill.

The total includes more than $545,170 in grants and more than $315,000 in low-interest loans. The communities of Naples and Seneca received nearly $24,000 each for dump site cleanup and remediation.

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