Reports

2012 GPR Report

This report comes from the GPR establishing a minimum 20% of ARRA capitalization funding going to the four categories under GPR discussed.

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Reports

2016 Annual Report: CWSRF Programs

CWSRF growth has led to increases in commitment and dispersion rates, cost savings, and health for communities.

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2017 Annual Report: CWSRF Programs

Read about the history of the transition from grants to CWSRF, an environmental infrastructure bank, offering below market interest rates and “additional subsidization”.

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2018 Annual Report: CWSRF Programs

2018 report of CWSRF programs for an overview for the projects receiving state revolving fund assistance, and additional information such as the EPA’s expanded eligibility from publicly owned treatment works to nonpoint source pollution.

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Essentials

A Water Leaders Guide to Financing Localized Solutions

A water leader’s guide to finance distributed infrastructure.

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Presentations

Affordability and CAP Development: Getting From Here to There

Janet Clements of Corona Environmental Consulting provides insights into how water and wastewater utilities can develop customer assistance programs

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Reports

Affordable Housing Water Fixture Upgrades

City of Westminster, Colorado, launched a pilot program to provide no-cost water fixture upgrades for residents in affordable, multi-family housing that is already saving water and money.

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Alabama CWSRF IUP

The State of Alabama will receive an EPA Capitalization Grant of $17,770,000 from EPA FY2020.

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Alabama CWSRF Preapplication/Priority Criteria

Applicants to the Alabama CWSRF will require Form 340, the following 2019 pre-application.

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Reports

Alaska GPR CWSRF Assessment form

For Alaskan CWSRF projects to qualify as green, technical and financial aspects are assessed.

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Annual Report: CWSRF Programs

This year (2015) the CWSRF provided $5.8 billion to eligible projects and will continue to grow, while prioritizing those with the biggest public health impact.

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Case studies

Atlanta Dept. of Watershed Management

Plan to build localized infrastructure throughout Atlanta using public and private land that has already saved the City $15 million.

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