Hawaii CWSRF IUP
Hawaii’s Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (commonly referred to as the Clean Water State Revolving Fund or CWSRF) provides low interest loans to Hawaii’s four (4) counties to construct high priority wastewater, stormwater, and non-point source projects. Since its establishment in 1988, the program has issued over $1.031 billion in low interest loans, providing significant savings in interest costs to the counties. FY 2020 project selection will meet requirements according to AIS, FSP, GPR, cost effectiveness analysis, Davis-Bacon, Reporting, and additional subsidization standards. Disadvantaged communities will be directed funds. Other federal requirements include the single audit act, DBE compliance, and federal environmental crosscutters. States must first match funds in accordance with the cash draw ratio. Continued from 2015, Signage Guidelines for Hawaii -in accordance with nationwide EPA requirements- will further the state’s goals, alongside Hawaii’s affordability criteria protocol.
A WaterNow Alliance Initiative
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