South Dakota CWSRF IUP
The primary purpose of the IUP is to identify the proposed annual intended use of the amounts available to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). The IUP includes the following: list of projects and activities; goals, objectives, and environmental results; amount of funds transferred between the Clean Water SRF and the Drinking Water SRF; information on the activities to be supported; assurances and specific proposals; criteria and method for distribution of funds; and sources and uses of funds (the 2020 capitalization grant estimate used in the IUP is based on last year’s allocation). The long-term goals of the State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund are to fully capitalize the Clean Water SRF, maintain or restore and enhance the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the state's waters for the benefit of the overall environment, protect public health, and promote economic well-being. The short-term goal of the Clean Water SRF is to fully capitalize the fund. Notable information include South Dakota having transferred $15,574,320 from the Clean Water SRF program to the Drinking Water SRF program in past years, and it is anticipated that approximately $100 million in leveraged bonds will be required in FFY 2020.
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