Powershell Script to add NTFS Permissions to Folders from a CSV

Hi All,
I am redesigning our data structure.  I would like to add permissions to folders using a script to grab the foldername/path and assign Security Groups permissions (ReadOnly, ReadWrite, Modify, Full Control, etc) based on entries in a CSV.  There may be multiple groups with different permissions for each folder.

E.G.
Data Structure
I would like to use a CSV to apply permissions to each folder (this is  a very small subset of the new structure).

Is this possible?
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Rob StoneCommented:
Do you have an example of the CSV?

PowerShell permissions are more complex than iCACLS.
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