Clean Water State Revolving Funds
Under EPA's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program, each state maintains a revolving loan fund to provide independent and permanent sources of low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects, including: municipal wastewater treatment projects; non-point source projects; watershed protection or restoration projects; and estuary management projects.
Region 10 CWSRF Coordinator, Financial Analyst, ARRA Project Officer (all states)
Alaska & Idaho Project Officer
Oregon & Washington Project Officer
The regulations for State Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds require each CWSRF to develop an annual Intended Use Plan for the uses of the money available to the fund. The Intended Use Plan is subject to public review before the state may begin making loans under the plan. Each state is also required to submit an Annual Report on its water pollution control revolving fund, and EPA is required to perform an annual review, called a Program Evaluation Report, of the administration and management of each state's water pollution control revolving fund. Read more about how the CWSRF program works.
CWSRFs in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington:
Planned CWSRF Assistance for Region 10 States in SFY 2014
|State Match||$1,594,200 ||$1,304,000||$3,016,400||$4,643,400|
|Loan Repayments and Investment Earnings||$22,737,687||$51,858,594||$160,896,356||$105,737,619|
|Total Loans Planned||$32,302,887 ||$59,682,594||$178,994,756 ||$133,598,019|