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36000209NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation2009 ARRA CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR NY-CWSRF

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of New York to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$432,564,20010/01/200812/31/2013
06000209CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdARRA STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of California to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$280,285,80010/01/200806/30/2014
36000111NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFY2011 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$227,237,50610/01/201009/30/2017
36000110NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFY10 NY CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation FFY 2010 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant (NY-CWSRF): This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$224,898,00010/01/200909/30/2014
00E72301Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - CLEAN WATER - OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Ohio to capitalize its Clean Water State Revolving Fund for the financing and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, non-point source projects, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and provide long-term economic benefits.
$220,623,10001/29/200901/28/2014
34000314New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDISASTER RELIEF APPROPRIATIONS ACT NJDEP CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND GRANT

This agreement provides funding to supplement New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or to enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at wastewater treatment facilities.
$191,136,85507/01/201406/30/2021
96692401Texas Water Development BoardARRA TX CWSRF-2009

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Texas to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$179,121,90010/01/200808/31/2014
00E77501Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - STATE CLEAN WATER - ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$177,243,10010/01/200812/31/2013
42000209PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityFY2009 CWSRF STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Pennsylvania to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$176,912,53010/01/200812/31/2013
00E75201Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityAMERICA RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$168,509,00010/01/200812/31/2013
48000213Texas Water Development BoardFY13 TX CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and inter municipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$161,021,00005/31/201312/31/2016
34000209New Jersey Dept of Environmental Protection2009 ARRA CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR NJ-CWSRF

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of New Jersey to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$160,146,90007/01/200906/30/2015
00T05409CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdARRA CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of California to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$159,008,00010/01/200806/30/2014
36000112NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-CWSRF SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$157,205,22210/01/201109/30/2018
36000114NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY 2014 CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$154,748,00010/01/201309/30/2020
36000113NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY 2013 CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$147,369,00010/01/201209/30/2019
06000110CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

Total federal funding amount for this award is $145,721,000.
$145,721,00010/01/200906/30/2017
25000209Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustSTIMULUS - CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FROM ARRA

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Massachusetts to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$133,057,30010/01/200812/31/2013
98934909CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in CA at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to CDPH for a number of programs such as administration of the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (DW-SRF) and the Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $132,848,000. Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2009.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $132,848,000 and the total project costs of $169,181,928 remain the same.
$132,848,00007/01/200906/30/2016
95423009FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Florida to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$132,286,30004/10/200912/31/2013
98934910CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in CA at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to CDPH for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $126,958,000 and the total project costs of $161,668,316 remain the same.
$126,958,00009/27/201006/30/2017
48000210Texas Water Development BoardCLEAN WATER SRF

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$124,077,80010/01/200908/31/2014
36200505NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY05 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION CAPITALIZATION GRANT: This project is for a capitalization grant to provide funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New York. Such projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, combined sewer overflow projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Fund program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving loan program so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$118,939,29310/08/200409/30/2008
36000107NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY2007 CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive water pollution and control revolving funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$118,135,61110/01/200609/30/2010
39000110Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyWATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Clean Water Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans to recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure and fund other projects in order to control water pollution and improve the quality of the state�s water resources and provide clean, safe and swimmable waters.
$114,702,00005/01/201104/30/2016
96971301North American Development BankWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - CONSTRUCTION - U.S. & MEXICO BORDER

This grant will support the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) program, which provides funds for design and construction of community water and wastewater infrastructure projects within 100 kilometers north and south of the U.S.-Mexico border, and for administrative and related costs associated with the implementation and oversight of these projects.
$114,546,97408/01/200607/31/2016
97708001Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Missouri to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$108,641,80007/01/200906/30/2014
00E76101Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - CLEAN WATER - WIISCONSIN DNR

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Wisconsin to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$105,948,30002/01/200902/01/2013
06000111CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure and water quality needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $105,570,800.
$105,570,80009/01/201106/30/2018
06000112CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure and water quality needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides funds for the administration of CA's CWSRF program from which $15,000 will be used to procure EPA in-kind services. These in-kind services will be to assist the SWRCB CWSRF in revamping the program's application process.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$101,080,00007/01/201206/30/2019
06000114CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (CA SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,277,000 for the administration of the CA's CW-SRF program.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$100,277,00007/01/201406/30/2021
36000106NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY06 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New York. Such projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, combined sewer overflow projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Fund program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving loan program so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$96,656,37310/01/200509/30/2009
06000113CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure and water quality needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $95,485,000 for administration of CA SWRCB's CWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$95,485,00007/01/201306/30/2020
24000209MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND ARRA GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Maryland to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$94,784,60010/01/200812/31/2012
00E73001Indiana Finance AuthorityAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - CLEAN WATER - INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Indiana to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$94,447,50003/01/200912/31/2013
06000107CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

This agreement's primary purpose/objective is to capitalize California's program for financing public wastewater treatment works and related infrastructure. Funds will also be used for funding watershed based water quality improvement projects. The total approved federal funding amount is $92,791,710.
$92,791,71008/01/200706/30/2017
17000110Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - CAP SRF

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$92,149,00006/01/201010/30/2013
99290510New York State Department of HealthFFY 2010 NYSDOH DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and recreational waters.
$89,427,00005/14/201012/31/2015
95423109FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Florida to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$88,074,00004/01/200912/31/2013
26000110Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySTATE CLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANT - MICHIGAN

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$87,608,00010/01/200909/30/2014
97237809New York State Department of HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND ARRA GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of New York to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$86,811,00010/01/200809/30/2013
98934911CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in California (CA) at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to California Department of Public Health for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $86,698,000 and the total project costs of $112,707,400 remain the same.
$86,698,00009/30/201106/30/2018
98934912CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in California (CA) at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to California Department of Public Health for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $85,358,000 which includes $300,000 in EPA in-kind and the total project costs of $110,965,400 remain the same.
$85,358,00009/30/201206/30/2019
98934905CA Dept of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California�s drinking water revolving fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements and to provide assistance for a number of “set-aside” programs such as program administration, the state drinking water capacity development program, technical assistance to small systems, and implementation of a source water protection loan program. This agreement includes EPA in-kind assistance.

This amendment hereby transfers $4,098,310.00 from the Source Water Protection Loan Set-aside funds to the loan fund. There is no change in the total approved EPA funding amount of $85,027,600.00.
$85,027,60007/01/200506/30/2013
98934906CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California�s program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below-market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize the state's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $84,847,500 and the total project costs of $105,894,000 remain the same.
$84,847,50007/01/200606/30/2014
98934902CA Dept of Health ServicesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $84,340,000 to capitalize your Drinking Water Revolving fund and for a number of “set-aside” programs such as administration of the DW-SRF program, state drinking water capacity development program, technical assistance to small systems, and implementation of a source water protection loan program.
$84,340,00003/13/200206/30/2009
95423509GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 to the State of Georgia to increase its original capitalization grant for its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facillities and associated infrastructure, green infranstructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects,and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects tht will improve water quality and will provide long-term conomic benefits..
$84,336,75006/01/200909/30/2014
98686601North American Development BankUS/MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES: FOR CONSTRUCTING WATER AND WASTE WATER SYSTEMS

Funds are provided to the North American Development Bank to allow them to make grants to assist communities in the US-Mexico Border Corridor (100km on either side of the Border) to construct needed drinking water treatment and distribution systems and sewage collection and treatments for the citizens of this area.
$84,000,00009/15/200109/27/2013
98934901CA Dept of Health ServicesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $83,993,100 to capitalize your Drinking Water Revolving Fund.
$83,993,10012/26/200006/30/2008
34000110New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY2010 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2010 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing and other types of assistance to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$83,261,00007/01/201006/30/2033
98934914CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California State Water Resources Control Board (CA SWRCB) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in California (CA) at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to the State Water Board for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistances to small systems programs.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $83,221,000.00.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to 7/1/14.
$83,221,00007/01/201406/30/2021
39000111Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - CLEAN WATER REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Clean Water Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans to recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure and fund other projects in order to control water pollution and improve the quality of the state�s water resources and provide clean, safe and swimmable waters.
$83,129,00001/01/201212/31/2017
06000105CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND - CW SRF

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $82,754,541 to capitalize the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for the purpose of providing loans and other forms of assistance for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, the implementation of a nonpoint source management program, and development and implementation of estuary conservation and management plans. This includes $80,000 of in-kind costs reprogrammed into an EPA Headquarters contract for services to develop and provide support for the fund's project data and accounting management systems.
$82,745,54109/19/200506/30/2015
00E77901Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - CLEAN WATER - MINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILATIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$82,564,00004/15/200906/30/2012
98934903CA Dept of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $82,460,900 to capitalize your Drinking Water Revolving Fund, to provide assistance for a number of "set-aside" programs, and includes $68,553 in EPA in-kind funds for audit services by Northbridge Environmental Consultants, Inc.
$82,460,90007/01/200306/30/2011
34000196New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 1996 - CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$82,447,02512/15/199509/30/2014
98934904CA Dept of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides assistance to CA-DHS for a number of “set-aside” programs such as administration of the DW-SRF program, state drinking water capacity development program, technical assistance to small systems, and implementation of a source water protection loan program.

This amendment hereby transfers $4,098,310.00 from the Source Water Protection Loan Set-aside funds to the loan fund. There is no change in the total approved EPA funding amount of $81,966,200.00.
$81,966,20007/01/200406/30/2012
98934900CA Dept of Health ServicesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This amendment returns $4,040,835 in Set-Aside funds reserved for Local Assistance to the SRF Loan fund. The revised amount for the Loan fund is $75,644,431. There is no change in the total approved EPA funding in the amount of $80,816,700 or in the total approved project costs of $97,303,307.
$80,816,70009/01/200006/30/2008
51000209VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Virginia to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance: the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure; green infrastructure; nonpoint source projects; estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$80,203,30010/01/200809/30/2011
39000112Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant will be used to capitalize the States Clean Water Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans to recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure and funds other projects in order to control water pollution and improve the quality of the state's water resources to provide clean, safe and swimmable waters.
$79,564,00004/01/201212/31/2018
00E77701Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - DRINKING WATER - ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$79,538,00010/01/200812/31/2013
97090701ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ BUNKER HILL/CDA BASIN COMBINED "RACA"

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will continue remedial response activities at the Bunker Hill/Coeur d'Alene (CDA) Superfund Site in northern Idaho.
$79,288,96007/01/200406/30/2012
39000114Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
$78,932,00010/01/201412/31/2019
39000109Ohio Environmental Protection Agency2009 CLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - OHIO EPA

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans to recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure and fund other projects in order to control water pollution and improve the quality of the state's water resources and provide clean, safe, and swimmable waters.
$76,616,79310/01/200909/30/2013
98912401CA Dept of Health ServicesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The purpose of this program is to capitalize California's program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. This grant also provides assistance for a number of "set-aside" programs such as program administration, state drinking water capacity development program, techncial assistance to small systems and implementation of a source water protection loan program.
$75,682,60009/15/199806/30/2006
39000113Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Clean Water Revolving Fund Program to provide financing of low-interest loans for recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure. This funding will help reduce water pollution and improve the quality of the state�s water resources.
$75,160,00008/01/201312/31/2019
36000109NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-CWSRF FFY09 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation FFY 2009 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant (NY-CWSRF): This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$75,109,02310/01/200809/30/2013
36000108NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNY CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation FFY 2008 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$75,108,22110/02/200709/30/2012
98595400Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OEPA - DRINKING WATER SRF - FY2001

The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund provides low interest financial assistance to assist applicants with the construction of new or improved public water systems and to assist the State in complying with other requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act including source water protection, capacity development and technical assistance.
$73,690,20007/01/200009/30/2006
95421209NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of North Carolina to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSFR) agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and provide long-term economic benefits.
$70,729,10003/16/200910/30/2012
42000108PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$69,349,68805/21/200809/30/2011
25000110Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER SRF - FY 2010

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Massachusetts, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$69,177,00007/01/201006/30/2017
12000110FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves a new grant award in the amount of $68,776,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$68,776,00009/01/201008/31/2017
96091001Washington Department of EcologyAMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 WASHINGTON CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Washington to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$68,151,90010/01/200806/30/2014
99679511Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZE TEXAS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems/Technical Assistance, State Programs Management, and Local Assistance.
$67,801,00001/01/200812/31/2014
99679510Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZE TEXAS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems/Technical Assistance, State Programs Management, and Local Assistance.
$67,799,55009/20/200609/15/2013
99679514Texas Water Development BoardDRINKING WATER SRF

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance, and State Programs Management.
$67,628,08009/01/201008/31/2015
00E75101Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityAMERICA RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$67,454,00010/01/200812/31/2013
99357710PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPA DWSRF - FY 2010

Pennsylvania will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water program activities.
$67,203,00007/01/200909/30/2014
98934908CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in CA at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to CDPH for a number of programs such as administration of the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (DW-SRF) and the Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $67,105,000 and the total project costs of $85,460,400 remain the same.
$67,105,00010/01/200806/30/2014
00J13501ID Dept. of Environmental QualityBUNKER HILL/COEUR D' ALENE CA FOR REMEDIAL RESPONSE ACTIONS (RACA II)

This assistance amendment covers remedial response activities to be conducted at the Bunker Hill Superfund Site from May 19, 2014 thru May 18, 2015. Major activities include sampling and cleaning up contaminated properties evaluating the effectiveness of completed and ongoing human health remedial actions, monitoring and assessing water quality, and constructing, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of waste repositories. This work is funded by special accounts.
$67,031,40505/19/201005/18/2015
17000111Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and programs administration.
$66,784,00007/01/201107/01/2018
95423309NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of North Carolina to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$65,625,00004/01/200909/30/2013
48000212Texas Water Development BoardFY12 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$64,597,00009/05/201208/31/2016
99290504NY State Department of HealthFFY 2004 NYSDOH DWSRF GRANT - AMENDMENT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$64,373,60010/01/200412/31/2015
99290505New York State Department of HealthFFY 2005 NYSDOH DWSRF GRANT - AMENDMENT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$64,237,30005/02/200512/31/2015
42000102PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

Capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects and other water quality management activities.
$64,155,97705/29/200202/24/2006
48000214Texas Water Development BoardFY14 TX CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and inter municipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$64,084,00009/04/201408/31/2018
99679508Texas Water Development BoardFY2004 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To provide loans and other types of financial assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements of Section 1452 and to protect public health. An Intended Use Plan and Set-aside Workplan are required from the State. These items describe the specific objectives and activities to be funded by this grant.
$63,953,90009/21/200412/31/2010
99679518Texas Water Development BoardTEXAS DRINKING WATER SRF FY14 ALLOCATION

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance, Local Assistance and State Programs Management. Revise reporting deadlines, payment schedule, etc. in programmatic conditions, 4.,9.,12.,24., and 25.
$63,953,00009/01/201408/31/2018
17000112Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - CWSRF 2012

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance wastewater treatment facility projects and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$63,919,00007/01/201206/30/2018
99679509Texas Water Development BoardTEXAS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for authorized set-aside activities.
$63,818,50009/27/200509/15/2011
26000111Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySTATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$63,494,00010/01/201109/30/2016
17000114Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION FOR WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance wastewater treatment facility projects and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program admiinistration.
$63,411,00007/01/201407/01/2020
99290502New York State Department of HealthFY'02 NYS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

A Grant agreement to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$62,430,70007/01/200206/30/2006
99662712Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY12-13 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

To assist TCEQ in administering the State's base water quality program that aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous, solid waste, air pollution and pesticides.
$62,316,54609/01/201108/31/2013
99290503NY State Department of HealthFFY 2003 NYSDOH- DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

Capitalization Grant to provide funds for the New York State Revolving Fund pursuant to Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended.
* Matching Share Requirements- refer to Admin. Condition No. 9; Cash Draw Proportionality - refer to Programmatic Condition No. 4
$62,055,50007/01/200312/31/2007
99290511New York State Department of HealthFFY 2011 NYS DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and recreational waters.
$62,055,00007/01/201112/31/2018
99679506Texas Water Development BoardFY2002 DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for set-aside activities by the state for maintaining and operating the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Program in accordance with the provision of Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$62,023,70008/01/200207/31/2009
00255584New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionCOMBE FILL SOUTH SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation, development of clean-up alternatives and clean up of the Combe Fill South Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by that contractor and attending site-related meetings.
$62,007,33612/30/198312/31/2013
99679507Texas Water Development BoardFY2003 DRINKING WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for set-aside activities by the state for maintaining and operating the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Program in accordance with the provision of Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$61,651,00009/29/200309/30/2009
48000208Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$61,564,42910/01/200709/30/2009
54000209WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of West Virginia to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$61,092,10010/01/200812/31/2015
54000209WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of West Virginia to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$61,092,10010/01/200812/31/2015
99248805New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY2011 - 2013 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This agreement provides funding for the operation of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP's) continuing environmental programs while giving it greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between NJDEP and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to: protect and improve air quality, water quality and drinking water, pesticides control, radon exposure reduction, and hazardous waste control.

The work includes outputs and outcomes associated with managing continuing environmental programs which include activities to protect and maintain air quality, water quality, and land quality; and pesticides control.
$60,983,41607/01/201006/30/2013
99290512New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH FFY 2012 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program,which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water
protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$60,923,00005/01/201212/01/2019
26000112Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct or upgrade wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities .
$60,770,00010/01/201209/30/2017
99357708PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

Pennsylvania will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water activities.
$60,706,70001/01/200812/31/2011
39000105Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OHIO EPA - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL - FY 2005

Provide a low interest rate loans and other assistance for water resource protection and improvement projects. Provide specialized services for small and hardship communities.
$60,663,24006/30/200509/30/2009
48000203Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZE THE TEXAS WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (SRF)

Capitalization Grant for State Revolving Fund; Clean Water Act; as amended, Title VI.
$60,537,21309/29/200309/30/2008
17000113Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyIL EPA - CLEAN WATER SRF FFY 2013 CAP GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund (SRF) to finance wastewater treatment facility projects and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.

$320,000 of Illinois FY 2013 Clean Water SRF grant allotment is being used for in-kind services. Specifically, $95,000 of this amount will be used to pay for an EPA contractor to develop and implement a SRF data system, while the remaining $225,000 will be used for an EPA contractor to provide financial management assistanc
$60,382,00007/01/201307/01/2019
34000111New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP- FY2011 CWSRF

This agreement provides funds to capitalize New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. This program provides low interest financing and other types of assistance (principal forgiveness, negative interest loans and grants) to eligible recipients for costs associated with the planning, design and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State. The objective is to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to continue to improve and protect water quality.
$60,342,00007/01/201106/30/2018
26000114Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMI CW 2014

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$60,287,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99662708Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY 2008-2009 PPG-AMENDMENT 7

To assist TCEQ in administering the State's base water quality program that aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous, solid waste, air pollution and pesticides.
$60,280,40309/01/200708/31/2009
39000107Ohio Environmental Protection AgencySTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant award will allow the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to provide low interest rate loans and other assistance for water resource protection and water pollution control infrastructure projects. In addition, it will also provide specialized services for small and hardship communities.
$60,252,68709/30/200709/30/2011
99248804New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP SFY 2008 - 2010 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) is to provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State of New Jersey greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to protect and improve air quality, water quality and drinking water, pesticides control, radon exposure reduction, hazardous waste control and to ensure the viability of underground storage tanks.
$60,177,50707/01/200706/30/2010
99662706Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY 2006-07 PPG MULTI MEDIA

To assist TCEQ in administering the State's base water quality program that aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous, solid waste, air pollution and pesticides.
$59,937,60309/01/200508/31/2007
99662710Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY2010-2011 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

To assist TCEQ in administering the State's base water quality program that aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous, solid waste, air pollution and pesticides.
$59,910,57409/01/200908/31/2011
99679515Texas Water Development BoardFY 2011 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance and State Programs Management.
$59,854,00009/01/201108/31/2016
99662704Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY 2004-05 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS - MULTIMEDIA

To assist Texas Commission on Environmental Quality in administering the State's base water quality program and aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous and solid waste and air pollution.
$59,619,02809/01/200308/31/2005
99248803New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP SFY 2005 THRU 2007 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) is to provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State of New Jersey greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to protect and improve air quality, water quality and drinking water; pesticides control; radon exposure reduction; hazardous waste control; and to ensure the viability of underground storage tanks.
$59,618,92107/01/200406/30/2007
97100101Connecticut D.E.P.CONNECTICUT DEP PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Through a multi-media performance partnership grant, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, waste, and pesticides throughout the state directing resources as appropriate to address environmental and public health priorities.
$59,327,01610/01/200301/31/2010
99679505Texas Water Development BoardFY 2001 TEXAS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (SRF) - TITLE XIV, SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for set-aside activities by the state for maintaining and operating the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Program in accordance with the provision of Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$59,079,80009/28/200109/30/2009
99679504Texas Water Development BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Capitalization Grants to States which provide a long-term source of State financing for infrastructure to achieve compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health
$58,836,50010/01/200010/31/2009
42000111PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT AUTHORITY CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$58,492,00007/01/201109/30/2015
00E72201Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - DRINKING WATER - OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

This agreement provides funding to the State of Ohio under the ARRA of 2009 to capitalize its drinking water revolving loan fund for the financing and construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water-related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are: to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long-term public health and economic benefits, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$58,460,00001/29/200901/28/2014
34000112New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP-FFY2012 CWSRF CAP GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$57,755,00007/01/201206/30/2019
29000117Missouri Department of Natural Resources2012 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$57,679,00010/01/201209/30/2017
26000113Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$57,406,00010/01/201309/30/2018
34000114New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP - FFY2014 CWSRF CAP GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to provide low interest financing to municipalities, counties and utility authorities for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the state of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective, self-sustaining comprehensive state water pollution control revolving fund program so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$57,295,00007/01/201406/30/2021
99679516Texas Water Development BoardFY12 DRINKING WATER SRF

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance and State Programs Management.
$57,041,00009/01/201208/31/2016
26000104Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - FY 2004 CAPITALIZATION GRANT STATE REVOLVING FUND - CEP

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Clean Water State Revolving Fund. This fund provides low interest loan financing to local municipalities to construct and upgrade needed water pollution control facilities.
$56,984,59810/01/200309/30/2007
26000103Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - FY 2003 CAPITALIZATION GRANT STATE REVOLVING FUND - CEP

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Clean Water State Revolving Fund. The fund provides low interest loan financing to local municipalities to construct and upgrade needed water pollution control facilities.
$56,950,24510/01/200212/31/2004
95422109TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Tennessee to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and provide long-term economic benefits.
$56,930,40006/01/200909/30/2013
99679503Texas Water Development BoardFY 1999-2000 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Establish a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, which will fulfill requirements of Title XIV of the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended. Assure the Fund is a State-designed, established and operated program and will have minimal Federal requirements imposed on its structure. Establish levels of responsibility and oversight by the Environmental Protection Agency in accordance with program guidance.
$56,612,20006/14/200008/31/2007
96283014New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH DRAA DWSRF

This agreement provides funding to supplement New York's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or to enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at drinking water treatment facilities.
$56,572,91410/01/201409/30/2021
29000115Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFISCAL YEAR 2010 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri.
$56,483,00001/01/201112/31/2016
42000112PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityFY2012 PA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$55,984,00007/01/201209/30/2014
42000114PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA'S CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$55,539,00007/01/201409/03/2017
99290513New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH FFY13 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreation waters.
$55,485,00010/01/201209/30/2019
00T05809Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaARRA CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Arizona to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$55,340,00010/01/200806/30/2013
55000110Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This grant will be used to capitalize the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resrouces Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the Construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$55,083,00010/01/200909/30/2013
55000110Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This grant will be used to capitalize the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resrouces Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the Construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$55,083,00010/01/200909/30/2013
34000113New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP-FFY2013 CWSRF CAP GRANT.

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$54,558,00007/01/201306/30/2020
99679517Texas Water Development BoardTX DRINKING WATER SRF FY 2013 ALLOCATION

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance and State Programs Management.
$53,517,00009/01/201308/31/2017
97706201Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFY2009 IOWA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Iowa to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$53,040,00010/01/200809/30/2013
42000113PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityFY2013 CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR PENNSYLVANIA'S CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement will provide additional funds to continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$53,004,94707/01/201309/30/2015
42000104PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$52,518,73210/01/200409/30/2008
99357704PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalization of the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of drinking water treatment facilities and to support program administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water set-aside activities.
$52,512,40012/01/200306/30/2010
42000103PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This amendment changes the Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) "fair share" goal for the "Supplies" category from 27.0% to 2.5% to continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities and updates award conditions.
$52,464,85207/02/200312/31/2006
96105401Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Massachusetts to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$52,216,00010/01/200812/31/2013
00578301Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyLASALLE ELECTRICAL UTILITIES COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Correction to reflect budget realignment changes between RA Phase II and the Groundwater remediation in the Summary budget
$51,687,34001/13/198403/31/2005
98577710Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER STATE REVLOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities. The $190,000 of EPA in-kind is for contractual support. the funds will allow Northbridge Environmental to upgrade the State Revolving Fund data system for Illinois.
$51,230,00006/01/201005/31/2017
72000209Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board2W - ARRA STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$51,114,20010/01/200812/31/2013
00255084New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionBURNT FLY BOG

A Cooperative Agreement for State-lead remedial activities (i.e., Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, Remedial Design, and Remedial Action) at the Burnt Fly Bog Superfund site.
$50,984,35012/07/198309/30/2010
34000107New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY2007 NJDEP-CWSRF CAP GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2007 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$50,776,18607/01/200706/30/2031
17000105Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN PROGRAM

To provide low interest rate loans for projects necessary to achieve or maintain compliance and fund waste water treatment work projects consistent with Federal and State statutory requirements.
$50,766,32408/01/200510/30/2007
34000195New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP FFY95 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$50,333,08507/01/199509/30/2015
25000111Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustWATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT

Per your application request dated July 7, 2011, this grant is being awarded to provide funds in the amount of $50,136,000 to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant in the State of Massachusetts. These funds will provide a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$50,136,00009/01/201109/30/2018
98910012CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdFY12-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This cooperative agreement will fund California's surface water protection programs, which are delegated to the California State Water Resources Control Board. The following activities will be supported by this grant: 1) NPDES wastewater and stormwater permit program; 2) inspection and audits of NPDES facilties; 3) pretreatment inspections and audits; 4) total maximum daily load (TMDL) development; and 5) California's Surface Water Monitoring Program (SWAMP).
$50,054,07807/01/201112/31/2015
95421009Kentucky Infrastructure AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Kentucky to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and provide long-term economic benefits.
$49,878,10003/01/200909/30/2013
12000111FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $49,845,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$49,845,00008/01/201107/30/2018
39000106Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OHIO EPA - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN FUND - FY 2006

Provides low interest rate loans and other assistance for water resource protection and water pollution control infrastructure projects. Provides specialized services for small and hardship communities.
$49,305,64309/30/200609/30/2010
24000110MD Dept of the EnvironmentFISCAL YEAR 2010 MARYLAND WATER QUALITY REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$49,279,00010/01/201009/30/2013
48000205Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZE TEXAS WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (SRF): TITLE VI WATER QUALITY ACT OF 1987

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays, with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$49,252,10409/16/200508/29/2008
18000110Indiana Finance AuthorityCLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2010

This grant will be used to capitalize Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$49,104,00001/01/201012/31/2014
96025301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER

This project is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$49,015,15307/01/200506/30/2012
06000108CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $48,922,291 for the administration of the CA's CW-SRF program of which $95,800 will be used to procure in-kind services. These in-kind services will be to assist the recipient in implementing the lead financial management function within California's CW-SRF program.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to 9/1/08.
$48,922,29109/01/200806/30/2015
98568809Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will continue implementing a variety of environmental programs under this Performance Partnership Grant (PPG). Some of these include the surface and groundwater monitoring program under the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106, CWA 319 Technical Assistance, Hazardous Waste Management, Clean Air Act Section 105 program, Toxics Compliance & Monitoring, the National Environmental Exchange Information Network, Pollution Prevention, and Wetland Program. This PPG enables for flexibility in directing resources to achieve maximum environmental benefit.
$48,798,38310/01/200809/30/2012
34000194New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 1994 - CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$48,735,42308/01/199409/30/2014
06000109CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program for financing wastewater, non-point source, and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. Total federal funding is in the amount of $48,667,707.
$48,667,70709/30/200906/30/2016
17000107Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN PROGRAM - ILLINOIS EPA

This grant will be used to capitalize the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's revolving loan fund program. The funding will be loaned to communities to fund wastewater treatment and improvement projects. In addition, funds may be used to secure bond issues, the proceeds from which will be loaned to communities to fund wastewater infrastructure needs.
$48,405,55509/01/200708/31/2012
00235587NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFY-87-03 LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TRUST PROGRAM

To assist the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in managing the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks in order to protect the groundwater of New York State.
$48,163,05108/01/198709/30/2009
96664801North American Development BankU.S./MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES: CONSTRUCTING WATER & WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

The North American Development Bank (NADB) will use the funds to implement the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) program in accordance with the objectives, responsibilities, and procedures described in the BEIF Guideline for Fiscal Year 2007 and 2008. The BEIF funds will be used to provide construction and transition assistance to eligible potable water and wastewater infrastructure projects that receive BECC certification under the 2007/08 and 2009/2010 Prioritization Process. The projects identified in the Work Plan meet the Category 1 priority and will be developed by the Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC) for certification.
$48,031,30411/01/200712/30/2016
09000209Connecticut D.E.P.FY2009 CWSRF STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Connecticut, to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$48,010,30010/01/200812/31/2013
25000112Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2012 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 8, 2012, this grant is being awarded to provide funds in the amount $ 47,985,000 to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts. These funds provide financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts.
$47,985,00009/01/201207/30/2019
12000114FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $47,862,600 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$47,862,60007/01/201406/30/2021
12000112FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $47,707,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$47,707,00007/01/201206/30/2019
25000114Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2014 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 18, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $47,603,000 to the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust for their Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant. This grant will provide a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, NPS, and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$47,603,00007/01/201406/30/2021
06000106CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (CWSRF)

This agreement provides funding to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund for the purpose of providing loans and other forms of assistance for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, implementation of the nonpoint source management program, and development and implementation of estuary conservation and management plans to ensure clean water. The total approved federal funding amount is $46,383,876.
$46,383,87608/01/200606/30/2016
26000105Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - FY 2005 CAPITALIZATION GRANT STATE REVOLVING FUND - CEP

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Department of Environmental QualityI Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. This program provides low interest loans to municipalities to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities.
$46,356,78210/01/200409/30/2007
98433897NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNC DRINKING WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

The purpose of this grant is fund North Carolina's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Capitilization Grant.
$46,114,10001/01/199812/30/2005
26000107Michigan Department of Environmental QualityFISCAL YEAR 2008 CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

The grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund program. The program provides low-interest loans to municipalities to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities.
$46,020,24910/01/200609/30/2009
98409606GA Dept of Natural ResourcesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

Performance Partnership Grant funding is used to support the State of Georgia's environmental program efforts to protect their citizens and the their environment by reducing air pollution, improving water quality, preserving drinking water sources, reducing hazardous waste and improving waste management.
$45,648,77710/01/200509/30/2009
96975301American Samoa Power AuthorityCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS - DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

To construct approximately 140,000 linear feet of sewer line, six (6) sewage pump stations, and upgrade to the existing Utulei Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) and Malalao Sewer Pump Station (SPS).

Drinking Water and additional Clean Water activities will be forthcoming contingent upon EPA, Region 9, receiving future Federal appropriations.
$45,343,49508/01/200612/31/2014
25000113Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2013 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 18, 2013 this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $45,328,000 to support the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts. This provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities, NPS, and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award are implemented and in full force and effect.
$45,328,00009/01/201308/31/2020
12000113FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $45,066,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$45,066,00007/01/201306/30/2019
98452210FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award of $44,316,000 to Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$44,316,00009/01/201008/31/2017
99229101City of NewarkCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW CONSTRUCTION AND SEWER SEGMENT REPAIR.

This grant to the City of Newark is for a project that consists of the rehabilitation of aging combined sewers, Combined Sewer Overflow remediation, rehabilitation of various storm drainage ditches and the implementation of interim and long term solids/floatables control measures. These projects will reduce contamination of soil and groundwater caused by wastewater exfiltration from deteriorating combined sewers, alleviate risks to public health as a result of flooding which occurs due to heavy rain or snow and reduce the discharge of solid and floatable materials into the Passaic River.
$44,300,00005/01/199512/31/2016
96092701OR Dept. of Environ. QualityAMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 OREGON CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Oregon to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$44,271,00010/01/200810/01/2013
34000105New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2005 -CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$44,034,50707/01/200506/30/2036
09357709PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Pennsylvania to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$44,006,27010/01/200812/31/2013
95427909AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Alabama to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$43,821,60006/30/200909/30/2012
98595410Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and fun set-aside activities as authorized by statute. The loans made through this program will accomplish the objectives of the Safe Drinking Water Act by enabling communities to upgrade their drinking water treatment plants, transmission and distribution systems, and storage facilities.
$43,610,00011/01/201009/30/2015
98910004CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdFY04 - FY 08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance amendment provides partial federal EPA funding in the amount of ***$13,000,000 to support FY 07 workplan activities. The revised total EPA approved assistance amount is $43,217,800. The revised total approved project cost through FY 08 is $100,754,730, however additional federal EPA funds are contingent upon Congressional approval of annual federal EPA appropriation.

***At CA SWRCB's, request, $6,996,676 of these funds are set aside for EPA in-kind contracting support.

CA SWRCB MUST MEET ANNUAL MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT IN THE AMOUNT OF $8,907,386.

These funds provide continued support to establish and maintain adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution in California. This includes NPDES Programs for wastewater and stormwater; Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Program; monitoring and assessment programs; development, adoption and implementaion of standards and basin plans; and the data system that supports these programs.
$43,217,80007/01/200306/30/2008
97231909New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND ARRA GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of New Jersey to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$43,154,00010/01/200812/31/2013
96694101Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY09 CAPITALIZATION SRF RLF - ARRA

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Louisiana to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$43,081,40007/14/200912/31/2012
42000106PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$42,684,64203/29/200609/30/2008
99187809Massachusetts D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, and waste with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health priorities. [Performance Partnership Grant].
$42,251,27610/01/200909/30/2014
99679512Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZE TEXAS DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems/Technical Assistance, State Programs Management and Local Assistance.
$42,112,00009/01/200808/31/2014
98452208FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $42,097,220 to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for water infrastructure and to provide protection of sources of water. These projects help provide clean, safe water for drinking and protect the water supply.
$42,097,22007/22/200812/31/2013
97697001North American Development BankCONSTRUCTION OF US/MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

This assistance agreement provides funding for the border environment infrastructure fund for the construction of water and wastewater infrastructure projects in the US/Mexico border area so that citizens in the border area can have safe water to drink and proper disposal of their wastewater.
$41,914,10007/13/200506/03/2015
96087801Washington State Dept of HealthWA STATE FUNDS FOR THE DWSRF PROGRAM - AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA).

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Washington to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$41,806,00010/01/200803/31/2014
51000110VA Dept of Environmental QualityVA CWSRF 2009 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To continue capitalizing the Virginia Water Quality Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$41,698,00005/01/201009/30/2013
99187804Massachusetts D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, and waste with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health proirities.
$41,676,19610/01/200303/31/2010
97548710Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySTATE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - 2010

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$41,226,00010/01/200909/30/2014
29000116Missouri Department of Natural Resources2011 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri. Funding includes $100,000 Environmental Protection Agency In Kind allocation to secure an audit contract for the Missouri State Revolving Fund.
$40,936,00012/01/201111/30/2016
97056901AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - ALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES

Design, planning and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the recipient's Statement of Work will be accomplished by these funds. Procedures to be followed are identified in the Village Safe Water Procedures Manual.
$40,747,90007/01/200306/30/2010
98542812Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT--FISCAL YEARS 2012-2013

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency will operate environmental management programs that include activities to be performed by the Bureau of Air, Bureau of Water and the Bureau of Land. Specifically, this cooperative agreement will provide funding for the State to operate the following environmental programs: Air Pollution Control, Great Lakes Air Deposition Program, Water Pollution Control, NonPoint Source Management, Underground Injection Control, Hazardous Waste Management State Program Support and Toxic Substances Compliance Monitoring, and Public Water System Supervision.
$40,723,07010/01/201109/30/2013
95426309South Carolina Dept. of Health & Envir. ControlCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of South Carolina to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$40,148,20004/01/200905/31/2014
98392504VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This multi-media PPG provides funding to support ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; reduce waste generation and increase recycling; cleanup and reuse contaminated land; manage hazardous waste; increase wetlands; assess and cleanup brownfields; and promote environmental stewardship.
$40,043,37110/01/201009/30/2014
48000206Texas Water Development BoardCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$40,024,51209/25/200609/01/2008
99662714Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY14 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

To assist TCEQ in administering the State's base water quality program that aims to prevent, reduce, and eliminate water pollution through standard-setting, monitoring, permitting and enforcement activities and to assist in administering the State's environmental management programs which monitors, abates, and controls hazardous, solid waste, air pollution and pesticides.
$39,986,15309/01/201308/31/2015
55000111Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This grant will be used to capitalize Wisconsin's Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the Construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$39,921,00010/01/201009/30/2014
97668401North American Development BankUS MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES FOR CONSTRUCTING WATER/WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

Funds are provided to the North American Development Bank to allow them to make grants to assist communities in the US-Mexico Border Corridor (100km on either side of the Border) to construct needed drinking water treatment and distribution systems and sewage collection and treatments for the citizens of this area.
$39,815,86910/01/200405/15/2014
97100102Connecticut DEEPCT PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Through a multi-media performance partnership grant, the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, waste, and pesticides throughout the state directing resources as appropriate to address environmental and public health priorities.
$39,758,21910/01/200909/30/2014
17000106Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2006

The grant will provide funds to capitalize the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Clean Water State Revolving Fund program through the Water Pollution Control Program. The program provides low interest rate loans to municipalities to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities. IL EPA intends to fund projects necessary to achieve or maintain compliance, consistent with Federal and State statutory requirements.
$39,604,55408/01/200612/31/2008
99847411CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentSTATE OF COLORADO PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT FY11-15

Perfomance Partnership Grant funds are used by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to perform delegated program activities, perform quality assurance activities, and maintain regional and national databases associated with environmental programs. The Performance Partnership Agreement PPA serves as the definative workplan and provides the State greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings.
$39,250,65210/01/201009/30/2015
33000209New Hampshire D.E.S.STIMULUS - NEW HAMPSHIRE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of New Hampshire, to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$39,163,90010/01/200812/31/2013
98910009CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdFY09 - FY12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant will fund California's surface water protection programs, which are delegated to the California State Water Resources Control Board. The following activities will be supported by this grant: 1) NPDES wastewater and stormwater permit program; 2) inspection and audits of NPDES facilties; 3) pretreatment inspections and audits; 4) total maximum daily load (TMDL) development; and 5) California's Surface Water Monitoring Program (SWAMP).
$39,122,84007/01/200812/31/2012
12000107FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $38,984,298. This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$38,984,29807/01/200712/31/2012
29000119Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFFY2014 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$38,868,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96902611Guam Waterworks AuthorityCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM

The proposed projects are taken from the to be approved Guam Environmental Protection Agency's priority list; however, the specific project priorities may change through the years dependent on the need of addressing protection of human health and the environment. The proposed projects focus on drinking water and wastewater system assessment and master planning which future projects will be based on. This grant will also provide technical assistance to the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) in the development of GWA's institutional capacity in Capital Improvement Project planning to include, but not be limited to, the following: GIS and hydraulic modeling development; project planning; prioritization and management; development of engineering and operational standard operating procedures, costing, construction management, procurement/contracting, project development, and conceptual project design development and review assistance. The work plan and budget as proposed by the recipient includes the award for technical assistance from an EPA contractor and specific funding requests for a PHS/USBR Engineer/Technical Specialist.
$38,261,11710/01/201009/30/2017
55000112Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Wisconsin to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$38,208,00010/01/201109/30/2015
96283414New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDISASTER RELIEF APPROPRIATIONS ACT NJDEP DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND GRANT

This agreement provides funding to supplement New Jersey's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at any eligible drinking water treatment facilities.
$38,189,08607/01/201406/30/2021
97030601AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT -ALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES

Design, planning and construction of water and waste water projects identified in the State Priority lists will be accomplished by the funds.
$38,000,00007/01/200206/30/2008
12000105FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionFL DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing capitalization of state loan funds for wastewater infrastructure, non-point source pollution prevention and estuary protection.
$37,948,33904/01/200512/31/2011
55000114Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Wisconsin to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$37,905,00010/01/201309/30/2017
97708201Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY2009 MISSOURI DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Missouri to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$37,862,00007/01/200906/30/2014
29000109Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY 04 MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The Clean Water State Revolving Fund provides low-interest loans to help finance wastewater treatment facilities and other water quality projects. These projects are critical to continuing the gains made in public health and water quality.
$37,739,19710/01/200309/30/2009
26000106Michigan Department of Environmental QualityCEP - MICHIGAN DEQ - FY 2006 CAPITALIZATION GRANT STATE REVOLVING FUND

The grant will provide funds to capitalize the MI Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. The program provides low-interest loans to municipalities to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities.
$37,652,96710/01/200509/30/2008
99731305Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY 2008-2010 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) provides the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) funding for continued support of state delegated program activities that address clean air, clean water, toxic substances, compliance monitoring, and hazardous and solid waste. The PPG provides the State with greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA.

This amendment is to provide the State with supplemental Water Section 106 funding provided by the FY 2010 appropriation. In accordance with the Agency's guidance, this funding will be used to strengthen permitting and enforcement efforts. MDNR has certified that these additional funds will supplement and expand, not supplant, base permitting and enforcement program resources.

A total of $59,328 is being provided in this amendement for the additional Water 106 permitting and enforcement activities to be performed in FY10. The remaining available funds requested by MDNR for these activities ($118,672) will be provided in the State's FY11 PPG. MDNR anticipates the majority of the field work will be conducted in the FY10 work plan and the majority of the enforcement efforts will be conducted under the FY11 work plan.
$37,610,37010/01/200709/30/2010
27000110Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$37,449,00003/15/201006/30/2013
54000105WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the West Virginia Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and other water quality management activities.
$37,435,40010/01/200406/30/2007
98452207FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $37,169,000.00. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State to make loans for water infrastructure and to provide protection of sources of water. These projects help provide clean, safe water for drinking and protect the water supply.
$37,169,00007/02/200712/31/2012
98452206FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $37,168,500. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Florida to make loans for water infrastructure and to provide protection of well head sources of water. These projects help provide clean, safe water for drinking and protect the water supply.
$37,168,50006/01/200612/31/2011
29000118Missouri Department of Natural Resources2013 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$37,009,00011/01/201310/31/2018
99713901City of WaterlooCITY OF WATERLOO, IOWA - WASTERWATER TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS.

Renovation and replacement of the City of Waterloo's water pollution control facilities.
$37,000,00002/01/199506/30/2007
98577714Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - DRINK WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance drinking water facility construction projects, program administration, and related drinking water activities.
$36,911,00007/01/201407/01/2020
29000108Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FY 03 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides Federal funding to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of establishing a perpetual water pollution control revolving loan fund that, provides financial assistance for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and non-point source pollution control projects.
$36,799,04509/08/200409/07/2009
37000110NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $36,773,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans will help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food.
$36,773,00010/01/201009/30/2012
00T33711Commonwealth Utilities CorpCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS - DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

The current award amount represents additional funds needed to complete current projects due to changes to the project scope of works for the Water and Wastewater Master Plan, Maui Wells Reconfiguration, and Lift Station Elimination Project.
$36,713,40409/01/201008/31/2017
95423409GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Georgia to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$36,699,25006/01/200909/30/2014
99086004WA Dept of EcologyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This project implements basic air quality and water quality activities for the Washington Department of Ecology. The objectives of the project address the most pressing air and water quality problems identified by the Dept. of Ecology and implement ongoing monitoring, planning, permitting and enforcement programs. Using the Performance Partnership Grant as a mechanism for combining several grant prorgamswill provide the state with flexibility to address the highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and strengthen partnerships between EPA and the state. The work to be accomplished with this grant is in accord with the air quality and water quality sections of the Washington Performance Partnership Agreement and the air quality special projects for which supplemental workplans are attached.
$36,663,00507/01/200306/30/2007
99290507New York State Department of HealthFFY 2007 NYSDOH DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$36,638,00004/01/200712/31/2015
99290506New York State Department of HealthFFY 2006 NYSDOH DWSRF GRANT - AMENDMENT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$36,636,10004/01/200612/31/2015
25000105Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - FISCAL YEAR 2005

The grant provides capitalization of a low interest revolving loan program for infrastructure projects which improve water quality in the State of Massachusetts.
$36,585,84610/01/200409/30/2010
25000107Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER SRF - FY 2007

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Mass. for a state revolving fund which will provide loans to eligible municipalities for water quality improvement projects.
$36,338,64308/06/200709/30/2012
99290509New York State Department of HealthFFY 2009 NYSDOH DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and recreational waters.
$36,265,00004/14/200912/31/2014
99290508New York State Department of HealthFFY 2008 NYSDOH DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$36,265,00004/01/200812/31/2013
55000113Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Wisconsin to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$36,093,00010/01/201209/30/2016
34000106New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP- FFY2006 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

A capitalization grant provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, combined sewer overflow projects. The environmental benefits that will be achieved are improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. The funds will help municipalities achieve and maintain compliance with Federal and State water quality standards.
$35,784,44107/01/200606/30/2031
24000111MD Dept of the EnvironmentFY 2011 MARYLAND WATER QUALITY REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$35,714,00010/01/201109/30/2014
98433810NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $35,593,000 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of North Carolina. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help provide clean, safe, drinking water and protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$35,593,00007/01/201109/30/2016
18000111Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - STATE WASTEWATER

This grant will be used to capitalize Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$35,588,00001/01/201112/31/2015
98577711Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER - STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$35,549,00007/01/201107/01/2018
53000110Washington Department of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$35,433,00007/01/201006/30/2015
97705301Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Kansas to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$35,374,20010/01/200809/30/2013
95425209MS Dept of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Mississippi to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$35,308,30007/01/200909/30/2012
42000107PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

Pennsylvania will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Pennsylvania Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) which provides a long term source of financing for infrastructure projects that improve and protect the water quality of the nation�s rivers, lakes, and streams for their designated uses including, drinking water, aquatic life, recreation, and natural habitat.
$34,687,42209/05/200709/30/2010
99083910WA Dept of Health14TH YEAR OF THE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM.

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$34,650,00006/01/201005/31/2015
00437006NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

Water Pollution Control - State and Interstate Program Support (106 grant). This grant provides funds to administer programs for the prevention, reduction and elimination of water pollution and to protect the quality of rivers, lakes, and streams on a watershed basis and protect coastal and ocean waters
$34,583,47410/01/200509/30/2010
97084701AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

Design, planning and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the attached State priority lists will be accomplished with these funds. Additionally, a portion of the funds will be used forADEC;s administration of the VSW program.
$34,555,30007/01/200406/30/2010
13000110GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $34,449,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Georgia to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$34,449,00009/01/201008/31/2014
97881401CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLO. DWSRF - ARRA

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) stimulus grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It provides a source of financing for the construction of water treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, program administration and technical assistance activities. The primary purpose of the stimulus grant through the DWSRF are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$34,352,00010/01/200812/31/2013
97881401CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLO. DWSRF - ARRA

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) stimulus grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It provides a source of financing for the construction of water treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, program administration and technical assistance activities. The primary purpose of the stimulus grant through the DWSRF are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$34,352,00010/01/200812/31/2013
98577712Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - DRINK WATER SRF ERG TRANSFER

This grant amendment provides additional funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance drinking water facility construction projects, program administration, and related drinking water activities. The additional funding is an allowed transfer of unspent Illinois Expense Reimbursement Grant (ERG) dollars to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
$34,209,00007/01/201206/30/2018
24000112MD Dept of the EnvironmentFY 2012 MD CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$34,183,00010/01/201209/30/2015
18000112Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - STATE WASTEWATERREVOLVING FUND

This grant will help Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Indiana with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities .
$34,061,00001/01/201212/31/2016
97548704Michigan Department of Environmental QualityFISCAL YEAR 2004 DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

Funding the Michigan Drinking Water Revolving Fund Program that provides low interest loan financing program to assist qualified water suppliers to finance waterworks system projects. These include: new wells, new water treatment plants, storage facilities, upgrades or expansions, transmission lines, pumping facilities and other related waterworks systems improvements.
$34,030,10010/01/200303/30/2009
10000112DE Dept of Natural Resources & Environ ControlDELAWARE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalizing the Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$33,958,17609/01/201209/30/2015
97548705Michigan Department of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUNDS CAPITALIZATION GRANT FISCAL YEAR 2005

Fund the Michigan Drinking Water Revolving Fund Program that provides low interest loan financing program to assist qualified water suppliers to finance waterworks system projects. These include: new wells, new water treatment plants, storage facilities, upgrades or expansions, transmission lines, pumping facilities and other related waterworks systems improvements.
$33,958,00010/01/200409/30/2010
24000114MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Maryland's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$33,910,00010/01/201409/30/2017
18000114Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - STATE WASTEWATER '09

This grant will help Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Indiana with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$33,790,00001/01/201412/31/2018
98577707Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant will be used to capitalize Illinois' Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and fund set-aside activities as authorized by Statute. The funds will be loaned to communities to fund drinking water infrastructure projects. Funds may also be used to secure bond issues, the proceeds from which will be loaned to communities for drinking water infrastructure projects.
$33,567,00009/01/200710/30/2012
98577706Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - ILLINOIS EPA - DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FY 2006

This grant will capitalize the IL EPA Drinking Water Revolving Fund program, which offers low interest loans to municipalities and private systems to fund drinking water improvement projects. The infrastructure projects are needed to achieve and maintain compliance with requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to assist systems most in need on a per household basis.
$33,566,50008/01/200610/30/2011
98577709Illinois Environmental Protection Agency2009 SAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - ILLINOIS EPA

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$33,226,00006/01/200906/01/2014
98577708Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND GRANT PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2008

This grant to the IIllinois Environmental Protection Agency will be used to capitalize the Illinois Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program. The State will use these funds to provide low interest loans to communities for drinking water infrastructure projects.
$33,226,00006/01/200806/01/2013
97009401AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

To provide funds in support of water and wastewater construction projects authorized by the Alaska State Legislature and implemented by Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
$33,150,60007/01/200106/30/2009
83169701University of WashingtonSTUDY OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, AND EXPOSURE TO AMBIENT PARTICULATE MATTER

To study in detail the association of Atherosclerosis, Clinical Cardiovascular Disease, and Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter and Other Air Polutants in a Multi-Ethnic Cohort.
$32,999,09008/01/200407/31/2014
97548703Michigan Department of Environmental QualityCEP - MICHIGAN DEQ - SDWA SECTION 1452 - STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION - FY 2003

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Drinking Water State Revolving Fund which provides low interest loans local municipalities to construct and upgrade needed water treatment facilities. Projects may include new wells, new water treatment plants, storage facilities, upgrades or expansions to existing facilities, transmission lines, pumping facilities, and other related waterworks system improvements.
$32,804,70010/01/200209/30/2007
98452214FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves a new award in the amount of $32,350,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$32,350,00007/01/201407/30/2021
24000113MD Dept of the EnvironmentFY 2013 CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR MARYLAND'S WATER QUALITY STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement will continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$32,291,00010/01/201309/30/2016
18000113Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - CLEAN WATER 13

This grant will help Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Indiana with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non-point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$32,176,00001/01/201312/31/2017
98409910GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $32,071,000 to fund Georgia's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Georgia. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$32,071,00009/01/201008/31/2014
97302704MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

his multi-media Performance Partnership Grant provides funding to support ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; provide safe drinking water; reduce waste generation and increase recycling; clean-up and reuse contaminated land; manage hazardous wastes properly; incease wetllands; reduce chemical and biological risks; and, improve compliance through monitoring and enforcement
$32,068,81210/01/201009/30/2013
54000110WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWV CWSRF - FY 2010

To continue capitalizing the West Virginia Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$32,039,92907/01/201006/30/2015
98577705Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA- DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

Provide assistance to public water systems through funding infrastructure needed to achieve and maintain compliance with requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to assist systems most in need on a per household basis.
$31,920,00008/01/200510/30/2013
96044301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER (VSW) PROGRAM INFRASTRUCTURE

This grant is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$31,905,48807/01/200609/30/2011
98576801Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - CONTINENTAL STEEL SITE

This award is initiated to receive State funds for OU5 remedial activities for the Continental Steel Superfund Site.
$31,793,78704/01/199806/30/2008
98577713Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - DRINK WATER SRF FFY 2013 CAP GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its State revolving fund (SRF) to finance drinking water facility construction projects, program administration, and related drinking water activities.

$320,000 of Illinois FY 2013 Drinking Water SRF grant allotment is being used for in-kind services. Specifically, $95,000 of this amount will be used to pay for an EPA contractor to develop and implement a SRF data system, while the remaining $225,000 will be used for an EPA contractor to provide financial management assistance.
$31,786,00007/01/201307/01/2019
22000212Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY11/12 LDEQ CAPITALIZATION SRF RLF GRANT

These funds will be used by the State of Louisiana to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$31,770,00004/01/201209/30/2014
96688501Oklahoma Water Resources BoardCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Oklahoma to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$31,662,10012/01/200811/30/2014
96694001OK Dept of Env QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF) - AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Oklahoma to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to : preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$31,481,00003/01/200906/30/2014
97302703MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND'S PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This multi-media PPG provides funding to support ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; provide safe drinking water; reduce waste generation and increase recycling; clean-up and reuse contaminated land; manage hazardous wastes properly; increase wetlands; reduce chemical and biological risks; and, improve compliance through monitoring and enforcement.
$31,443,64810/01/200709/30/2010
99847511UT Department of Environmental QualitySTATE OF UTAH PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT FY11-15

Perfomance Partnership Grant funds are used by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) to perform delegated program activities, perform quality assurance activities, and maintain regional and national databases associated with environmental programs. The PPG provides the State greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen agency partnerships.
$31,353,41910/01/201009/30/2015
97880801CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCO WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVEST ACT 09 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) stimulus grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purpose of the stimulus grant through the CWSRF are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$31,347,70010/01/200812/31/2013
96064001AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES PROGRAM

This grant is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$31,180,75907/01/200706/30/2013
48000209Texas Water Development BoardCLEAN WATER SRF FY09 (UTILIZING FY08 ALLOTMENT)

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$31,103,00010/01/200809/30/2014
99357701PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalization of the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of drinking water treatment facilities, and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other set-aside activities.
$31,095,20012/31/200006/30/2008
17000108Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND - FISCAL YEAR 2008

This grant will be used to capitalize the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. This program provides low interest loans to communities for wastewater infrastructure construction and improvements.
$30,775,93206/01/200810/31/2012
17000109Illinois Environmental Protection Agency2009 CLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - ILLINOIS EPA

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$30,775,83306/01/200910/30/2011
98452211FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $30,751,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$30,751,00009/01/201107/31/2018
99060103OR Dept. of Environ. QualityV-990601-03-0: ODEQ - MCCORMICK & BAXTER

The McCormick & Baxter Superfund site is currently undergoing an assessment to determine if the remedies that were completed in September 2005 are operational and functional. Additional sampling, monitoring, analysis and cap construction work is needed to help with this O & F determination.
$30,686,81608/01/200209/30/2015
15000209HI Dept of HealthARRA STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Hawaii to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$30,352,30010/01/200806/30/2014
98595412Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and set-aside activities as authorized by statute.This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$30,339,00007/01/201209/30/2017
23000209Maine D.E.P.STIMULUS - CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FROM ARRA

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Maine to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$30,336,80010/01/200812/31/2013
98595411Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and set-aside activities as authorized by statute.This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$30,261,00011/01/201109/30/2016
97313902PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionPA PPG

This multi-media PPG provides funding to support ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; clean up and reuse contaminated land; and, manage hazardous waste properly.
$30,233,77310/01/200509/30/2007
51000111VA Dept of Environmental QualityFY 2011 VIRGINIA WATER QUALITY REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To continue capitalizing the VA Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$30,220,00006/01/201109/30/2014
00225208NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationHAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT PROGRAM

This agreement is for development and implementation of an authorized hazardous waste management program in New York State to control the generation, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste; to minimize hazardous waste production; and to protect health and the environment from inactive hazardous waste facilities. Activities include permitting, corrective action, inspections, enforcement, computerized tracking, ensuring data quality, and pollution prevention outreach. This will help to preserve and restore the land by reducing waste generation and by managing hazardous wastes properly.
$30,151,63404/01/200803/31/2014
25000106Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - FISCAL YEAR 2006

This is a capitalization grant for a state revolving fund to the State of Massachusetts from which loans will be made to municipalities to fund water quality improvement projects.
$29,731,38310/01/200609/30/2015
99191404Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State for a loan program to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and state drinking water program activities.
$29,683,80010/01/200309/30/2009
29000112Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY07 MDNR CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs and non-point sources projects in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$29,670,49801/01/200812/31/2012
99191405Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant for a state revolving fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for drinking water infrastructure projects. Additionally, the State will use setaside funds to support drinking water activities.
$29,621,00010/01/200409/30/2010
47000110TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $29,598,000 to the State of Tennessee to improve water quality on a watershed basis and to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans will help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$29,598,00007/01/201009/30/2015
00863303North Dakota Department of HealthND NONPOINT SOURCE - CWA SECTION 319

Section 319 NPS Management Activities in North Dakota
$29,579,32001/01/200312/31/2010
12000106FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $29,559,024. This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Florida to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$29,559,02401/01/200612/31/2010
99574308County of WaynePROJECT - COUNTY OF WAYNE ROUGE RIVER PROJECT - FY2001 - 2004 SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS

1. Community and Subwatershed Demonstration Projects - To continue to implement community and subwatershed Demonstration projects to achieve the objectives of the watershed management plans, such as streambank stabilization, CSO/SSO control, and wetlands restoration projects. 2. Watershed Coordination activities - To continue to perform watershed program coordination activities, such as subgrant management and coordination, public outreach, and illicit discharge elimination services.
$29,310,64003/01/200206/30/2008
98452212FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $29,306,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$29,306,00007/01/201207/30/2019
26000108Michigan Department of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND- FISCAL YEAR 2008

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Michigan Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program. The program provides low-interest loans to municipalities to construct and upgrade wastewater infrastructure projects.
$29,284,47710/01/200709/30/2010
26000109Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - MICHIGAN DEQ

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$29,259,25210/01/200809/30/2013
55000105Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCEP - WISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER FY 2005 CAPITALIZATION STATE REVOLVING FUND - CEP

Provide low interest loans for water pollution control projects. Develop partnerships, strategies, programs and research ways to ensure municipalities are able to address the priorities water quality problems and to direct funds to the areas with the most urgent water quality and public health needs.
$29,131,93810/01/200412/31/2008
99731306Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES 2011-2012 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) provides the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) funding to perform state delegated program activities that address clean air, clean water, toxic substances compliance monitoring, and hazardous and solid waste (i.e. the Air 105, Water 106, PWSS, Water 319, RCRA, and PCB programs). MDNR will also perform quality assurance activities and maintain national and regional databases associated with these continuing environmental programs. Awarding these funds in the form of a PPG provides the State with greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA.

This funding recommendation provides $1,644,677 in final partial funding for the MDNR PPG for FY 2012. This brings the total FY12 federal funding awarded to the MDNR PPG to $14,206,274.
$29,114,41710/01/201009/30/2012
99290310New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2010 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$28,995,00007/01/201008/31/2021
55000107Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANT PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2007

Provides low interest rate loans and other assistance for water resource protection and water pollution control infrastructure projects. Provides specialized services for small and hardship communities.
$28,934,82910/01/200609/30/2010
51000112VA Dept of Environmental QualityFY 2012 VIRGINIA WATER QUALITY REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITILIZATION GRANT

To continue capitalizing the Virginia Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund and provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities
$28,924,00007/01/201209/30/2014
51000114VA Dept of Environmental QualityTITLE VI WATER QUALITY ACT OF 1987-STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the State of Virginia's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$28,694,00010/01/201409/30/2016
97548711Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$28,608,00010/01/201109/30/2016
97548707Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUNDS CAPITALIZATION GRANT FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant will be used to capitalize the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund program, which offers low interest loans to municipalities to fund drinking water improvement projects.
$28,467,00010/01/200609/30/2012
97548706Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityFISCAL YEAR 2006 DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize the Michigan Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which offers low interest loans to municipalities and private facilities to fund drinking water improvement projects.
$28,466,90010/01/200509/30/2011
98392503VA Dept of Environmental QualityFY08-FY10 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This multi-media PPG provides funding to support ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; reduce waste generation and increase recycling; clean up and reuse contaminated land; manage hazardous wastes properly; increase wetlands; and, promote environmental stewardship.
$28,393,57110/01/200709/30/2010
99357714PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR PENNSYLVANIA'S DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND 2014

This grant is to continue the capitalization of Pennsylvania's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$28,280,00007/01/201406/30/2017
98044401AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER/WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FOR AK RURAL & NATIVE VILLAGES

Plan, Design, and Construct Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects For Ak Rural & Native Villages
$28,229,70007/01/199906/30/2008
97548708Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND - FISCAL YEAR 2008

This grant will be used to capitalize Michigan's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and fund set-aside activities as authorized by Statute.
$28,178,00010/01/200709/30/2012
97548709Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN- DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$28,178,00010/01/200809/30/2013
98433811NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant is to fund North Carolina's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of North Carolina. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds. This increase includes the $3,367,346 remaing from the ERG closeout.
$28,065,34607/01/201209/30/2017
98087501AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

To fund the development and construction of water and wastewater projects approved in the State of Alaska's SFY 2001 capital budget.
$27,849,40007/01/200006/30/2008
99248806New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 2014-2016 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This agreement provides funding for the operation of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP's) continuing environmental programs while giving it greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between NJDEP and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to: protect and improve air quality, water quality and drinking water; control pesticides; reduce radon exposure; and control hazardous waste.

The work includes outputs and outcomes associated with managing continuing environmental programs which include activities to protect and maintain air quality, water quality, and land quality; and to control pesticides.
$27,843,01007/01/201306/30/2016
34000109New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY09 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2009 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$27,807,31807/01/200906/30/2031
34000108New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP- FY2008 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2008 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$27,807,21907/01/200806/30/2031
99357707PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

Pennsylvania will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program.
$27,718,50008/29/200706/30/2010
98433807North Carolina DENRSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $27,695,000 to fund the State of North Carolina's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State to make loans for water infrastructure and to provide protection of sources of water. These projects help provide clean, safe water for drinking and protect the water supply.
$27,695,00007/01/200809/30/2013
98433806NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State to make loans for water infrastructure and to provide protection of sources of water. These projects help provide clean, safe water for drinking and protect the water supply.
$27,694,90007/01/200709/30/2012
24000105MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$27,669,52609/28/200505/12/2008
96692001LA Dept of Health and HospitalsARRA DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Louisiana to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$27,626,00002/17/200902/17/2013
99357711PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This amendment will provide additional funds to continue to capitalize the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water program activities.
$27,594,00007/01/201109/30/2015
19000110Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA 2010 STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for clean water infrastructure costs in the State of Iowa. Funding includes $47,000 EPA In Kind for a Senior Environmental Employment Program enrollee.
$27,575,00010/01/201009/30/2015
97548714Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$27,530,00010/01/201409/30/2019
98452213FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $27,496,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$27,496,00007/01/201307/30/2018
98433809NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $27,414,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources to make loans for water infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans will help provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food.
$27,414,00007/01/201009/13/2015
51000113VA Dept of Environmental QualityTITLE VI WATER QUALITY ACT OF 1987-STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement provides funding to continue capitalizing the Virginia Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$27,323,00007/01/201309/30/2015
97548712Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing drinking water projects, program administration, and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$27,263,00010/01/201209/30/2017
99990210Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund program (DW SRF) for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$27,259,00007/01/201006/30/2015
00E72901Indiana Finance AuthorityAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - DRINKING REVOLVING LOAN FUND- INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Indiana to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$27,212,00003/01/200912/31/2013
27000111Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityCLEAN DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND MINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$27,141,00006/01/201106/30/2014
98595413Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and set-aside activities as authorized by statute. This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing of the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$27,058,00007/01/201309/30/2018
99187810Massachusetts D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Per your application request dated December 19, 2012, this grant agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, Performance Partnership Grant, that will administer environmental programs for air, water, and waste with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health priorities.
$26,834,07310/01/201209/30/2016
09364809MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND ARRA GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Maryland to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit.
$26,832,00004/01/200912/30/2012
72000191Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB - FFY'91 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is a capitalization grant to provide funds for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's State Revolving Funds Program to make low interests loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Such projects include wastewater treatment upgrades and sewerage conveyance systems improvements.
$26,767,22410/01/199209/30/2006
99899801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSUMMITVILLE MINE OU4 SITE-WIDE RECLAMATION, EROSION CONTROL, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT, SOIL AMENDMENT

To continue the support to the Summitville Mine OU4 work.
$26,700,00009/30/199809/30/2007
99357706PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalization of the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of drinking water treatment facilities, and to support administration of the DWSRF program.
$26,681,00011/18/200510/31/2008
37000111NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM


This action approves an award in the amount of $26,650,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans will help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food.
$26,650,00010/01/201109/30/2014
72000110Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB-FFY'10 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board (PREQB): This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico 's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$26,575,00010/01/200909/30/2016
04000209Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaARRA STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Arizona to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$26,469,60010/01/200806/30/2013
53000106WA Dept of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides additional new capital for Washington State's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. The additional capital will be used to provide low interest loans to water quality projects that address the state's high priority water quality needs.
$26,346,87707/01/200606/30/2011
72000196Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPUERTO RICO STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT(FFY'96)

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$26,314,67507/01/199609/30/2014
44000209Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyFY2009 RHODE ISLAND CLEAN WATER SRF STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Rhode Island, to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$26,314,60010/01/200812/31/2013
00909909CA Dept of Public HealthFY09 -12 PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

SDWA 1443(a) authorizes the Administrator to provide grants to states with primary enforcement authority for public water supply supervision (PWSS) program implementation. The purpose of this program is to protect the public health of residents of and visitors to the State of California by ensuring that public water systems provide safe drinking water through compliance with the national primary drinking water regulations. CDPH will utilize the grant to fund the Division of Drinking Water and Environmental Management's drinking water related program activities such as regulation adoption, regulation implementation, enforcement, data management, plan and specification review and permitting of new and renovated public water systems, etc., to protect public health and maintain primary enforcement authority. The objectives of this project are to ensure the full and effective administration of the public water system supervision program under the primacy provisions of 40CFR, Part 142, to help ensure the delivery of a water supply that meets all requirements of the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations as set forth in 40 CFR, Part 141.
$26,298,75910/01/200809/30/2012
99357712PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - FY 2012

Pennsylvania will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support other drinking water program activities.
$26,297,00010/01/201209/30/2015
98409909GA Environmental Facilities AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This increase is to fund Georgia's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). The grant is to protect public health and water sources on a Watershed basis by providing capitalization grant funds to the State of Georgia. The State will use capitalization grant funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$26,213,19710/15/200911/30/2014
00901311Air Resources BoardFY11 -14 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to provide continuing support for activities which include strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing state implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rule making, operating permits and all other program related activities. Activities will include enhancing coordination within the CARB Primary Quality Assurance Organization (PQAO), enhancing state-wide information as part of the annual air monitoring network plans, validation training, building upon existing data validation efforts throughout the PQAO, and establishing a statewide training program. This award includes funding for approved Mexican Border activities. This program will protect and improve the air quality in the state of California and reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
$26,208,50210/01/201009/30/2014
27000112Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.
$25,977,00006/01/201206/30/2015
18000105Indiana State Budget AgencyCEP - INDIANA STATE BUDGET AGENCY - WASTEWATER SRF - FY 2005

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Wastewater Revolving Loan Program. The purpose of this program is to make low-interest rate loans to municipalities for wastewater treatment and improvement projects.
$25,969,58101/01/200512/30/2009
12000109FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves a new grant award in the amount of $25,950,193 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$25,950,19307/01/200904/30/2016
21000110Kentucky Infrastructure AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant action approves a new grant award in the amount of $25,932,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$25,932,00007/01/201009/30/2013
99357703PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityPENNSYLVANIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalization of the Pennsylvania Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of drinking water treatment facilities and to support program administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water set-aside activities.
$25,930,60012/01/200212/31/2008
18000107Indiana Finance AuthoritySTATE CAPITALIZATION CLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND - FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant to the Indiana Finance Authority is to capitalize the State's Clean Water Revolving Fund Program. Title VI of the Clean Water Act authorizes federal grants to States for loans to local communities for wastewater treatment and improvement projects.
$25,793,85601/01/200712/30/2011
27000114Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
$25,771,00004/01/201406/30/2017
98565598Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementCEP - FY1999 SAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This no-cost amendment extends the budget and project periods to August 30, 2004. Please see attached terms and conditions.
$25,712,10009/01/199808/30/2005
53000111Washington Department of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$25,680,00007/01/201106/30/2016
96696501Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (CWSRF) FOR THE STATE OF ARKANSAS

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Arkansas to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$25,636,50008/19/200906/30/2013
97548713Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMI DEQ- DWRF

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration, set asides, and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$25,579,00010/01/201309/30/2018
98160607Vermont D.E.C.VT PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Through a multi-media performance partnership grant, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation will administer environmental programs for air, water, and solid waste throughout the state directing resources as appropriate to address environmental and public health priorities.
$25,524,80110/01/200609/30/2013
37000112NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND



This action approves an award in the amount of $25,507,000 to the State of North Carolina to improve water quality on a watershed basis. By providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and nonpoint source prevention, these loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$25,507,00008/01/201212/31/2014
72000106Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB-FY'05 & FY'06 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement provides assistance for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico State Revolving Funds Program to make low interests loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, and combined sewer overflow projects. The environmental benefits that will be achieved are improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. The funds will help municipalities achieve and maintain compliance with Federal and State water quality standards.
$25,475,86807/01/200612/31/2020
98409903GA Environmental Facilities AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

New Award. To assist public water systems to finance the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements to protect public health.
$25,423,00008/01/200307/31/2008
98595404Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER SRF - FY 2004

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Ohio Drinking Water State Revolving Fund which provides low interest loans to local municipalities to construct and upgrade needed water treatment facilities.
$25,311,50009/30/200409/30/2009
37000114NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $25,304,000 to the State of North Carolina to improve water quality on a watershed basis. By providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and nonpoint source prevention, these loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$25,304,00007/01/201409/30/2016
99191410Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant for a State Revolving Fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the State will use some of the funds to support drinking water activities.
$25,303,00007/01/201006/30/2017
98595405Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyPROJECT - OHIO EPA - SAFE DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE - FY 2005

The Assitance Agreement funds will be used to provide capitalization of the State's Drinking Water State Revolvig Fund for drinking water infrastructure projects.
$25,257,90006/30/200509/30/2010
72000193Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB - FFY'93 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto
Rico 's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health
$25,068,78010/01/199409/30/2012
83467701Health Effects InstituteHEALTH EFFECTS INSTITUTE OPERATIONS

The Health Effects Institute supports research on the health effects of emissions from motor vehicles, fuels, and other sources of environmental pollution. Themes guiding the research program are to develop and apply next-generation multipollutant approaches and to address key scientific issues at the nexus of air quality and climate change.
$25,000,00004/01/201003/31/2015
13000111GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $24,999,541 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Georgia to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These funds help to provide clean, safe, water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$24,999,54107/01/201106/30/2015
09000110Connecticut DEEPWASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$24,961,00010/01/200909/30/2019
95471711NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

Federal funding awarded to assist the State of North Carolina Department of Natural Resources with implementing the Clean Water Act Section 106 program for the surface water program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface water pollution. This grant will administer programs for the prevention, reduction and elimination of water pollution and to protect the quality of rivers, lakes, and streams on a watershed basis and protect coastal and ocean waters.
$24,826,26910/01/201009/30/2015
97634901North American Development BankUS/MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES; CONSTRUCTION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

This agreement decreases BEIF funds currently at NADB. The de-obligated funds will then be re-programmed to EPA Region 9. Region 9 in turn will be awarding a grant to NADB to fund Region 9 certified projects as well as administration of their projects. The remaining funds will continue to be used for the border environment infrastructure fund for the construction of water and wastewater infrastructure projects in the US/Mexico border area so that citizens along the border area can have safe water to drink and proper disposal of their wastewater.
$24,693,13205/01/200309/30/2013
99357713PA Infrastructure Investment AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR PENNSYLVANIA'S DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND 2013

Pennsylvania will use the grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF), which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support other drinking water program activities.
$24,673,00010/01/201309/30/2015
98595407Ohio Environmental Protection AgencySAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant award to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Capitalization Program, will provide loans to recipient to construct and maintain drinking water infrastructure and systems to achieve and maintain compliance with the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act to protect public health.
$24,671,00009/01/200709/30/2011
98595406Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant will allow capitalization of the Drinking Water Assistance Fund which offers loans to assist publicly and privately owned community water systems to make needed improvements to their drinking water systems. Small systems are also provided technical assistance and the Fund is a source of funding for the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program.
$24,670,90009/30/200609/30/2011
98595414Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Ohio to capitalize its drinking water state revolving loan fund, which provides financing for the construction of drinking water treatment facilities, drinking water storage facilities, and drinking water transmission and distribution systems. This agreement will also set aside funds for program administration, local assistance, public water system supervision, and technical assistance activities.
$24,586,00007/01/201409/30/2019
53000112Washington Department of EcologyWDOE STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$24,578,00007/01/201206/30/2017
00E78001Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityAMERICAN RECOVERY & REINVESTMENT ACT - DRINKING WATER - MINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$24,577,00004/15/200906/30/2012
98595402Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - SAFE DRINKING WATER SRF FY2002

The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund provides financial assistance to assist applicants with the construction of new or improved public water systems and to assist the State in complying with other requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act including source water protection, capacity development and technical assistance.
$24,547,60004/01/200209/30/2007
27000113Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund, which provides financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
$24,539,00004/01/201306/30/2016
96696601Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionANRC- AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Arkansas to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$24,485,00002/17/200902/17/2013
97952501CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM- CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of the California LUST Cooperative Agreement is to assist the state in the implementation and oversight of the state-wide LUST corrective action program and enforcement of UST petroleum release regulations and to ensure proper corrective acion of the release of petroleum products. Activities include: conducting oversight and management of the implementation of LUST program by Regional Water Boards and local implementing agencies, conducting projects and issuing policies the promote program improvement and enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of any petroleum release (LUST). The goal of the project is to decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of California.
$24,449,17907/01/200806/30/2014
98595408Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2008

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and fund set-aside activities as authorized by Statute
$24,421,00010/01/200812/31/2012
98595403Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND - FY03

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Ohio Drinking Water State Revolving Fund which provides low interest loans to local municapalities to construct and upgrade needed water treatment facilities.
$24,400,10009/30/200309/30/2008
53000114Washington Department of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVLING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$24,383,00007/01/201406/30/2019
29000111Missouri Department of Natural Resources2006 CLEAN WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This grant provides funding for the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program to fund Title VI Activities. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund provides low-interest loans to help finance wastewater treatment facilities and other water quality projects. These projects are critical to continuing the gains made in public health and water quality.
$24,299,64805/01/200704/30/2012
97706101Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFFY 2009 IOWA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Iowa to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$24,293,00002/17/200909/30/2013
37000113NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND



This action approves an award in the amount of $24,096,000 to the State of North Carolina to improve water quality on a watershed basis. By providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and nonpoint source prevention, these loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$24,096,00008/01/201312/31/2015
99883210CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$24,074,00006/15/201005/01/2030
99083911WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE FUNDS FOR THE 15TH YEAR OF THE DWSRF PROGRAM.

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$24,044,00006/01/201105/31/2016
98568810Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will continue implementing a variety of environmental programs under this Performance Partnership Grant (PPG). Some of these activities include the Clean Air Act Section 105 program, surface and groundwater monitoring program under the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106, CWA 319 Technical Assistance Grant, Hazardous Waste Management, Toxics Compliance & Monitoring, the National Environmental Information Exchange Network, and Pollution Prevention. This PPG enables for flexibility in directing resources to achieve maximum environmental benefit.
$24,024,07310/01/201209/30/2016
37000101NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesCWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

Provides seed money to the State of North Carolina to fund their wastewater treatment loan program as provided for in Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
$24,006,90607/01/200112/31/2006
37000104North Carolina DENRCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

NEW AWARD in the amount of $23,918,400. CW SRF funds are appropriated to fund wastewater, non-point source and estuary projects. The Intended Use Plan lists all projects that will be funded with this appropriation.
$23,918,40007/01/200412/31/2008
13000112GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $23,896,000 to the Georiga Environmental Finance Authority to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Georgia to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These funds help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$23,896,00004/01/201206/30/2016
96689201New Mexico Environment DepartmentAMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA) OF 2009 NEW MEXICO CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of New Mexico to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration. This agreement is being amended to rebudget the administrative line items of the grant to increase funding to 4% of the CWSRF ARRA Allotment as permitted by Title VI of the CWA, and to transfer ARRA funds from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program for implementation of the purposes described above.
$23,789,10010/01/200809/30/2015
13000114GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $23,707,000 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to improve water quality on a watershed basis. Funding will enable the State to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$23,707,00004/01/201406/30/2018
55000106Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCEP - WISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER FY 2006 CAPITALIZATION STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY 2006 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant. Under the Clean Water Act (CWA), US EPA awards annual capitalization grants to each State to capitalize a state revolving fund, which the State can then use to provide loans for point source (wastewater) and nonpoint source water pollution control projects. The State of Wisconsin via the Clean Water Fund Program (CWFP) - a direct loan program, operates a financial assistance program.
$23,673,87010/01/200509/30/2008
55000106Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCEP - WISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER FY 2006 CAPITALIZATION STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY 2006 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant. Under the Clean Water Act (CWA), US EPA awards annual capitalization grants to each State to capitalize a state revolving fund, which the State can then use to provide loans for point source (wastewater) and nonpoint source water pollution control projects. The State of Wisconsin via the Clean Water Fund Program (CWFP) - a direct loan program, operates a financial assistance program.
$23,673,87010/01/200509/30/2008
98597710Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER LOAN PROGRAM

This grant will be used to capitalize Wisconsin's drinking water State Revolving Fund program for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, programs administration, and drinking water related activities as authorized by the statute.
$23,399,00007/01/201006/30/2014
98383401County of LackawannaLACKAWANNA COUNTY ACID MINE DRAINAGE/COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW

This project is for the design and construction of combined sewer overflow and acid mine drainage remediation projects which will improve water quality in the Lackawanna River watershed in Lackawanna County, PA.
$23,363,55209/30/200306/30/2011
99990207Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Arizona at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Arizona's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,358,75007/16/200706/30/2013
99990206Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $23,354,500. This amount includes $140,000 in "In-Kind Contribution". The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, PWSS, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,354,50007/01/200606/30/2014
99574306County of WaynePROJECT - COUNTY OF WAYNE ROUGE RIVER PROJECT - FY 1997, 2003 & 2004 APPROPRIATIONS

The project will continue watershed restoration efforts and demonstration projects to achieve the objectives of the watershed management plans, such as streambank stabilization, CSO/SSO control, and wetlands restoration projects. The project also continues watershed program coordination activities, such as subgrant management and coordination, public outreach, and illicit discharge elimination services.
$23,268,44401/01/200112/31/2008
53000113Washington Department of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance amendment to increase grant CS53000113 will provide additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$23,246,76307/01/201306/30/2018
97581410Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY-DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$23,219,13303/15/201006/30/2013
97398401National Fish & Wildlife FoundationNFWF: NUTRIENT REDUCTION

Development and implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Innovative Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Program.
$23,200,00010/01/201009/30/2017
99759310Iowa Department of Natural Resources2010 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Iowa.
$23,169,00010/01/201009/30/2013
99257404NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant is to provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State of New York greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to protect and improve water quality.
$23,131,17904/01/200403/31/2009
99990209Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalizeArizona�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, PWSS, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $23,118,000.
$23,118,00010/01/200906/30/2014
99990208Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund program (DW-SRF) for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,118,00004/01/200806/30/2013
98409906GA Environmental Facilities AuthorityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Georgia. The State will use these capitalization funds to make loans to eligible water systems for water infrastructure projects. These project loans help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply.
$23,115,90007/01/200607/01/2011
25000109Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY 2009

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Massachusetts, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$23,103,72907/01/200906/30/2016
25000108Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - FY 2008

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts for a revolving fund which will provide loans to eligible municipalities for water quality improvement projects.
$23,103,63007/01/200806/30/2015
53000103WA Dept of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant continues capitalization of the Washington Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This grant along with the state's matching capital contribution and repayments and interest that have accrued to the fund will be used to offer low cost loans to water quality projects that will protect public health, water quality and aquatic habitat.
$23,033,14210/01/200309/30/2008
54000111WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWV CWSRF - FY 2011

To continue capitalizing the West Virginia Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$23,019,00010/01/201109/30/2016
41000110OR Dept. of Environ. QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides additional capital for Oregon's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$23,017,00008/01/201007/31/2015
99358310VA Dept of HealthVA DWSRF - FY 2010

Virginia will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRF) which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water program activities.
$23,008,00007/01/201006/30/2014
12000108FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $22,969,782 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$22,969,78208/01/200812/31/2013
00936306CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSFY-06/07/08 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The project will monitor compliance with hazardous waste management regulations in California at hazardous waste generation and management facilities, issue permits to hazardous waste management facilities, manage clean up of contaminated sites, inspect trucks importing hazardous waste at the Mexico Border, and develop projects to reduce waste and increase recycling.
$22,940,70007/01/200506/30/2008
99083912WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE FUNDS FOR THE 16TH YEAR OF DWSRF PROGRAM.

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$22,914,00006/01/201205/31/2017
99083912WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE FUNDS FOR THE 16TH YEAR OF DWSRF PROGRAM.

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$22,914,00006/01/201205/31/2017
98543206Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementPEFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG) FISCAL YEAR 2007

This grant will fund the work for the final year of IDEM SFY 2005-07 Environmental Performance Partnership Agreement.
$22,886,83207/01/200506/30/2007
98409908GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant is to fund Georgia's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Georgia. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$22,882,00004/01/200806/30/2012
99290498Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY 1998 PRDOH DWSRF GRANT - AMENDMENT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$22,783,80002/01/199709/30/2008
01000110AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $22,783,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Alabama to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production..
$22,783,00007/30/201009/30/2014
99182901Maine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The State will administer environmental programs for air, water, waste, and toxics with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health priorities.
$22,690,80610/01/200209/30/2009
98548610Indiana Finance AuthoritySTATE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM - FISCAL YEAR 2010

This grant will be used to capitalize Indiana's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration, and drinking water related activities as authorized by Statute.
$22,638,00001/01/201012/31/2014
13000113GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $22,573,000 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$22,573,00004/01/201306/30/2017
98939401North American Development BankWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ALONG THE US-MEXICO BORDER

This grant will support the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund program, which provides funds for design and construction of community water and wastewater infrastructure projects within 100 kilometers north and south of the U.S.-Mexico border, and for administrative and related costs associated with the implementation and oversight of these projects.
This incremental amendment for $3,323,738 will provide the balance of funds due for FY07 & FY08 projects and all associated administrative costs, fully funding the revised work plan. [The original award provided partial federal funding in the amount of $19,214,000 for FY07 projects. Pre-award costs were approved back to January 1, 2008.]
$22,537,73801/01/200812/31/2014
13000104GA Environmental Facilities AuthoritySRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Award - Continuous Program. To create State Revolving Funds (SRFs) through a program of capitalization grants to States which will provide a long term source of State financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and implementation of other water quality management activities.
$22,407,56108/01/200407/31/2009
22000211Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY11 CAPITALIZATION SRF RLF

These funds will be used by the State of Louisiana to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$22,398,00004/05/201112/31/2014
99182903Maine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, waste, and toxics with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health priorities. [Performance Partnership Grant].
$22,305,73210/01/200812/31/2014
98409911GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $22,254,000 to fund Georgia�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). The purpose of this award is to further protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization grant funds to the State of Georgia. Georgia Environmental Finance Authority will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the public water supply and the State�s watersheds.
$22,254,00010/01/201106/30/2015
98543208Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementPERFROMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant provides funds to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) for work on the Indiana State Fiscal Year 2007-2009 Environmental Performance Partnership Agreement (EnPPA). This work will be carried out by various divisions of IDEM including the Office of Air Quality which does air pollution control, air permits and other related work; the Office of Water Quality which does clean water and safe drinking water programs; the Office of Land which has responsibility for Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Underground Storage Tanks (UST) and Toxic Substances and Control Act (TSCA) enforcement; the Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance which does those activities as well as compliance assistance.
$22,205,72007/01/200706/30/2009
99731304Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY06-07 MDNR PPG

Provides funding for continuing support of of state delegated program activities that address clean air, clean water, toxic substances compliance monitoring, underground storage tanks and hazardous and solid waste. The PPG provides the State with greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA.
$22,195,58110/01/200509/30/2007
97879501North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) stimulus grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It provides a source of financing for the construction of water treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, program administration and technical assistance activities. The primary purpose of the stimulus grant through the DWSRF are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$22,100,00010/01/200812/31/2013
51000105VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the Virginia Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$22,089,06809/14/200506/30/2007
98433813NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $22,084,000 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of North Carolina. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help provide clean, safe, drinking water and protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$22,084,00007/01/201309/30/2018
98543210Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant enables the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to conduct work under the Environmental Performance Partnership Agreement for the State Fiscal Year 2009-2011. Work will be performed by various divisions including the Office of Air Quality (air pollution control & other related work), the Office of Water Quality (clean and safe drinking water programs), the Office of Land (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and Toxic Substances and Control Act enforcement), and the Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance (compliance assistance implementation).
$22,072,23807/01/200906/30/2011
99191406Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant for a state revolving fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the State will use some of the funds to support drinking water activities.
$22,036,00010/01/200509/30/2011
99191407Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant for a State Revolving Fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the State will use some of the funds to support drinking water activities.
$22,036,00010/01/200609/30/2012
54000112WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA 2012 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (CWSRF)

To continue capitalizing the West Virginia Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$22,031,00007/01/201209/30/2014
00247083New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionSYNCON RESINS SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Syncon Resins Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of cleanup work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$22,027,77912/20/198209/30/2009
40000210Oklahoma Water Resources BoardCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used by the State of Oklahoma to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays, with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$21,914,20009/23/201005/31/2012
51000107VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

The objective of this grant is to continue to capitalize the Virginia Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund (WRLF) which provides a long term source of financing for infrastructure projects that improve and protect the water quality of the nation�s rivers, lakes, and streams for their designated uses including, drinking water, aquatic life, recreation, and natural habitat.
$21,903,75008/01/200709/30/2010
00936309CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSFY 09-11 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The recipient will monitor compliance with hazardous waste management regulations in California at hazardous waste generation and management facilities, issue permits to hazardous waste management facilities, manage clean up of contaminated sites, inspect trucks importing hazardous waste at the Mexico Border, and develop projects to reduce waste and increase recycling.
$21,859,00007/01/200806/30/2011
99762997Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY 97 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

FY 97 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program
$21,857,60010/01/199809/30/2005
54000114WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY 2014

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for West Virginia's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$21,856,00007/01/201406/30/2016
99191408Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant for the Drinking Water State Revovling Fund (DWSRF) from which the state will loan funds to eligible water systems for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the state will use some of the funds to support eligible drinking water activities.
$21,813,00007/01/200806/30/2015
99191409Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant for a State Revolving Fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the State will use some of the funds to support drinking water activities.
$21,813,00007/01/200906/30/2016
99731303Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMDNR FY04 - 05 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This multi-media grant supports ongoing environmental management efforts to increase the number of people breathing cleaner air; reduce risk from toxic air pollutants; improve water quality; reduce waste generation and increase recycling; and reduce risks to human health due to exposure to chemicals, organisms, and pesticides. Provides funding for SDWA, CWA 106, Air 105, RCRA, UST, TSCA PCBs for the FY 2005 portion of the FY 04/05 PPG
$21,787,93710/01/200309/30/2006
99996010NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $21,719,000. Preaward costs are approved back to May 1, 2010.
$21,719,00005/01/201006/30/2018
99390010WV Dept of Health & Human ResourcesWV DWSRF- FY 2009-2010

West Virginia will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water program activities.
$21,719,00007/01/201006/30/2014
97660201North American Development BankUS/MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES FOR CONSTRUCTION: WATER & WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

Funds are provided to the North American Development Bank to allow them to make grants to assist communities in the US-Mexico Border Corridor (100km on either side of the Border) to construct needed drinking water treatment and distribution systems and sewage collection and treatments for the citizens of this area.
$21,624,62302/13/200409/30/2013
99182902Maine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection will administer environmental programs for air, water, waste, and toxics with flexibility to direct resources where they are most needed to address environmental and public health priorities. [Performance Partnership Grant].
$21,610,86310/01/200509/30/2011
96150601Harbor Development CommissionLOWER HARBOR CONFINED AQUATIC DISPOSAL (CAD) CELL FOR THE NEW BEDFORD HARBOR SUPERFUND SITE

The New Bedford Harbor Development Commission (NBHDC) will support EPA in the design and construction of a Confined Aquatic Disposal (CAD) Cell in New Bedford Harbor for the New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site. EPA has modified the remedy selected for OU#1 (Upper and Lower Harbor) in the 1998 Record of Decision (ROD) and three Explanations of Significant Differences (ESDs) via a fourth ESD dated March 14, 2011 to design and construct the CAD Cell in the Lower Harbor, mechanically dredge (mainly in the Lower Harbor) approximately 300,000 cubic yards of PCB-contaminated sediment above the cleanup levels established in the 1998 ROD and permanently place this sediment in the CAD cell and cap the cell once the material has consolidated. The NBHDC will design and construct the CAD cell through this cooperative agreement. Dredging and placement of sediment in the CAD cell and subsequent capping will be performed by EPA.
$21,563,65210/01/201110/30/2016
99083913WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE FUNDS FOR THE 17TH YEAR OF THE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM (2013)

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$21,499,00007/01/201306/30/2018
22000206Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLA CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUNDS

These funds will be used by the State of Louisiana to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays, with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$21,469,50012/30/200503/31/2011
47000111TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $21,451,000 to the State of Tennessee to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$21,451,00010/01/201109/30/2016
99762910Missouri Department of Natural Resources2010 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$21,434,00002/01/201101/31/2016
96668801Louisiana Department of Natural ResourcesLDNR-MISSISSIPI SEDIMENT-BAYOU DUPONT

The goal of the project is to restore approximately 493 acres of emergent marsh in an area that is currently mostly open water, and to demonstrate that dredging River sediment/pipeline transport of these materials can be an effective coastal restoration tool in certain areas. Vegetative planting, if necessary, will be completed with appropriate wetland species. The statutory authority governing this funding assistance is the Clean Water Act, 104(b)(3), which provides authority to award funds to State water pollution control agencies, interstate agencies, other public or nonprofit agencies, institutions, organizations, and individuals to conduct and promote the coordination and acceleration of: research, investigations, experiments, training, demonstrations, surveys and studies relating to the causes, effects, extent prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution.
$21,375,44606/15/200802/28/2013
00936312CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSFY12-14 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement is for development and implementation of an authorized hazardous waste management program in the State of California to control the generation, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste; to minimize hazardous waste production; and to protect health and the environment from inactive hazardous waste facilities. Activities include permitting, corrective action, inspections, enforcement, computerized tracking, ensuring data quality, inspecting trucks importing hazardous waste at the Mexico Border, developing projects to reduce waste and increase recycling, and pollution prevention outreach.
$21,354,55407/01/201106/30/2014
98543212Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The State will operate many environmental programs under this Performance Partnership Grant (PPG). This PPG includes the following programs: Clean Air Act 105 for air pollution control, Clean Water Act 106 for water pollution control, Safe Drinking Water Act 1443(a) for protection of drinking water, Solid Waste Disposal Act 3011 for land preservation and restoration, Toxic Substances Control Act 28 to monitor polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB), and the Pollution Prevention (P2) program. This grant allows the State flexibility in directing resources to achieve maximum environmental benefit.
$21,248,75007/01/201106/30/2013
98409912GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $21,208,000 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority for the State's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. These funds will be used to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization grant funds to the State of Georgia. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$21,208,00005/01/201206/30/2016
24000106MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Water Quality State Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$21,179,46710/01/200610/27/2008
18000106Indiana Finance AuthorityCEP - INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - WASTEWATER SRF - FY 2006

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Wastewater Revolving Loan Program.
$21,135,42701/01/200612/30/2010
99364810MD Dept of the EnvironmentFISCAL YEAR 2010 FOR THE MARYLAND DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

Maryland will use this grant to continue to capitalize the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund which provides a long term source of financing for improvements to drinking water treatment facilities and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other drinking water program activities.
$21,059,00010/01/201009/30/2013
99083901WA Dept of HealthYEAR FIVE OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (2001)

This amendment transferrs $860,342 from the Local Assistance 15% Set-Aside to the Capital Loan portion of this grant.

Once these dollars are part of the loan fund, they cannot be trasferred again and must be used for capital projects.
$20,966,80012/01/200011/30/2007
97690501City of El Paso Water Utilities Public ServiceCONSTRUCTION OF EL PASO WATER UTILITIES/FORT BLISS JOINT DESALINATION AND WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES

Construction of El Paso Water Utilities/Fort Bliss Joint Desalination and Water Supply Facilities. This project will construct a Reverse Osmosis Treatment Plant, 16 new wells and associated piping system for residents in the El Paso, Texas County and Fort Bliss. The project will supplement adequate and high quality drinking water to 680,000 residents upon completion. The project will also protect the fresh water zone of the Hueco Bolson aquifer and improve its sustainability.
$20,913,20004/01/200506/30/2008
99083900WA Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue administration and management of the Drinking Water SRF program, small water system technical assisstance, and local assistance and other State program activity.
To decrease this agreement by $76 to correct amendment 1 with the funds available to EPA Region 10. Also, to change the grant specialist to Julia DeRousse.
$20,880,32410/01/200009/30/2005
45000110SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control in the amount of $20,873,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production to the citizens of the State of South Carolina.
$20,873,00010/01/201012/31/2015
54000113WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY2013

This agreement will continue capitalizing the West Virginia Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and estuary projects, and other water quality management activities.
$20,813,00008/01/201309/30/2016
09358309VA Dept of HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND STIMULUS GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the Commonwealth of Virginia to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$20,761,00005/01/200904/30/2013
98433814NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $20,695,000 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program to assist in providing a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, and operator certification. These activities will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$20,695,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96669001Louisiana Department of Natural ResourcesLDNR-WHISKEY ISLAND BACK BARRIER MARSH CREATION

Whiskey Island, is part of the Isles Derniers chain, in Terrebonne Parish, LA. The objective of the project is to demonstrate on a small scale the ability to create a back barrier platform on which the island can migrate. An offshore sand source containing silts will be located for the project. nstrations, surveys and studies relating to the causes, effects, extent prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution. The goals of the Whiskey Island Back Barrier Marsh Creation, TE-50 project clearly relates to the statutory authority. The goal is to deomonstrate the ability to create a back barrier platform on which the the island can migrate by using an offshore source, to create approximately 300 acres of back barrier intertidal habitat, to create a minimum of three 1-acre tidal ponds and 5,800 ft. of tidal creeks, to increase the logevity of the previously restored and natural portions of the island by increasing the island width, to create approximately 13,000 ft of dune, and to vegetate the completed project with smooth cordgrass.
$20,678,58006/15/200802/28/2015
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