The Bipartisan infrastructure Law (BIL) allocated more than $50 billion to the Environmental Protection agency (EPA) to improve drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure – making it the single largest investment in water that the federal government has ever made. The EPA-established grant programs that fund water-related infrastructure will work to improve the insufficient water infrastructure in the country, as well as improving health, jobs, peace of mind, and future prosperity.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is a federal-state partnership funded by both the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023 and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) which together provide over $3.2 billion for the CWSRF. The program provides low-cost financing to assist states, tribes, and territories with water quality infrastructure projects that help provide clean water to communities across the US.
Advancing Clean Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Webinar Recording – Advancing Clean Water and Wastewater Infrastructure (2/14/2023)
An overview of major EPA Water and Wastewater BIL funding streams abd best practices for cities.
Webinar Recording – Partnerships for Advancing Clean Water Infrastructure (8/8/2023)
Key topics of the CWSRF program and questions answered about the funding and loan processes in applications
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Grant Application Bootcamp Materials
With a mix of webinars, practical tools, and templates, the Grant Application Bootcamp materials are designed to provide an overview of the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund FY22 opportunity, guide you through the application process, and present actionable steps that can be taken to submit a strong application to support them in improving overall water systems from storage, piping, treatment and distribution.