Georgia CWSRF Application Guidance
Georgia’s CWSRF guidance for project requirements is laid out as follows: Planning document requirements, environmental review and planning documentation, environmental category information, plans and specifications, program policies, disadvantage business enterprises (DBE) solicitation guidelines, DBE review, and land acquisition requirements. A brief planning document should be developed to compare and analyze feasible alternatives for wastewater treatment and other Clean Water SRF-funded projects. The document must compare the costs of each alternative as well as environmental and other relevant non-monetary issues. Environmental categories are: wetlands, floodplains, water supply/water quality, water resources, groundwater recharge area, storm water, wastewater, air quality, solid wastes, soil stability, protected mountains, protected species, critical habitats, historical sites, and more. 21 policies under water quality projects are covered starting on page 23.
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