Loan is the largest initial WIFIA disbursement to date.
Montana Department of Environmental Quality awarded $1,041,000 to protect water quality.
Cramer Hill area to benefit from a $981,464 Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit (NRTC) grant.
The over $2M grant will help prevent, reduce and eliminate water pollution through monitoring, standard-setting, enforcement and compliance activities.
Investments will benefit 133,000 residents in rural communities.
EPA awards Clean Water Act Section 319 grant to manage nonpoint source pollution in the state.
Funding for drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and non-point source projects across 17 counties allotted through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST).
EPA receives 51 letters of interest, highlighting critical need.
The partnership will develop, acquire and optimize water, desalination, wastewater treatment and water reuse facilities across the country.
Loan will finance wastewater infrastructure upgrades that will protect public health and the San Francisco Bay.
Thirty projects were selected for laboratory-scale and pilot-scale research to determine viability of a novel process or determine the technical, practical and economic viability of a process.
Funds will support Oklahoma’s Water Quality Planning programs while increasing public awareness and engagement on the need for water quality protection and improvement.
Partner Agencies to continue funding program to develop new, reliable, locally controlled and drought-proof drinking water supply.
Investments will benefit 169,000 rural Americans.
The work, which kicked off this spring, includes making improvements to the water treatment system and replacing over a mile of water main.