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3 edition of Capitalization grant application for the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund found in the catalog.

Capitalization grant application for the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

Capitalization grant application for the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

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Published by Dept. of Health in [Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality management -- Washington (State) -- Financial aspects,
  • Federal aid to water quality management -- Washington (State),
  • Drinking water -- Washington (State) -- Safety measures,
  • Drinking water -- Economic aspects -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDrinking water state revolving fund, 1997 program guidelines.
    StatementWashington State Department of Health and Public Works Board (in partnership with the Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development).
    ContributionsWashington (State). Dept. of Health., Washington (State). Public Works Board., Washington (State). Dept. of Community, Trade, and Economic Development.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21546592M
    OCLC/WorldCa38991895

    The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, authorized by the Safe Drinking Water Act, provides low-cost financial assistance for planning, acquisition, design, and construction of water infrastructure. Eligible applicants for the DWSRF include publicly and privately-owned community water systems, including nonprofit water supply corporations and. Connecticut Drinking Water Fund include the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (Drinking Water SRF or DWSRF). EPA as part of the State’s Capitalization Grant application and establishes the basic framework and procedures of the DWSRF that are not expected to change annually.

    The State may credit toward its match requirement State monies deposited into this dedicated fund between July 1, and prior to the receipt of a capitalization grant under section (a) of the SDWA if: (1) the monies were deposited in an SRF that subsequently received a capitalization grant and, if the deposit was expended, it was. Drinking Water State Revolving Fund / SFY Intended Use Plan 3 XII. Financial Status The base amount of funding available for SFY is set at $,, The amount of the FFY capitalization grant allotment for the DWSRF program is $59,,, with a match of $11,, to be provided by the state.

    Divisions > Water Division > Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau > Capacity Assurance Program > Drinking Water State Revolving Fund The Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act created a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) to provide assistance in the form of low interest loans to public water systems to finance the cost of. DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND. ANNUAL REPORT. FOR STATE FISCAL YEAR (JULY 1, THROUGH J ) Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund Act” to “Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Act” and also Since the approval of its DWSRF loan program and first capitalization grant award, Montana has.


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Capitalization grant application for the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) makes funds available to drinking water systems to pay for infrastructure improvements. This program is funded through federal and state money and subject to state laws and additional federal regulations.

to 33 percent of its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) (CFDA ) capitalization grant to the CWSRF or an equivalent amount from the CWSRF to the DWSRF program. The capitalization grant is deposited in the State's SRF, which is used to provide loans and other types of financial assistance, to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies.

4 percent of the grant amounts, $, each year or 1/5 percent per year of the current valuation (net profit) of the fund may be used by the States. The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program is a federal-state partnership to help ensure safe drinking water.

Created by the Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) the program provides financial support to water systems and to state safe water programs. Basic Information.

How the DWSRF works. DWSRF eligibilities. Clean Water State Revolving Fund loans. Provided by the federal Clean Water Act (CWA), the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program is funded through an annual EPA capitalization grant, state matching funds, and principal and interest repayments on past program loans.

In our review of the Capitalization Grants for Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program (pro-gram), we identified the following requirements related to allowable costs and cost principles: The U.S.

Office of Management and Budget Circular A, Cost Principles for State, Local and. Financed through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Appendix B.3 Chronological Summary of Capitalization Grant and Transfers Appendix B.4 USEPA – Environmental Results Appendix B.5 Sources of Funding Appendix B.6 Security Measures at Public Water Systems.

States may also elect to transfer up to one-third of the DWSRF capitalization grant amount to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) or an equivalent amount from the CWSRF to the DWSRF program. Grants are also made available to Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments, U.S Territories, and the District of Columbia.

Washington State Clean Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund Annual Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Page 1. Executive Summary. The purpose of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is to provide below market rate loans to assist applicants in meeting the wastewater and other clean water needs of their communities.

Supplemental Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Capitalization Grant Quarterly Report. Grant Number: FS00E Year: Quarter: 2 Dates Covered: 1/1/ - 3/31/ I. Service Line Replacement. A state may use a portion of the capitalization grant funds for programs that emphasize preventing contamination problems through source water protection and enhancing water system management.

States and EPA Regions determine priorities for funding in accordance with SDWA. Financed through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Appendix B.3 Chronological Summary of Capitalization Grant and Transfers Appendix B.4 USEPA – Environmental Results and the appropriate drinking water or clean water fund would be reimbursed.

Under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Congress authorizes capitalization grants to the states through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program (DWSRF). As part of the annual DWSRF grant application process Virginia seeks meaningful public involvement through input, review, and comments.

The State Fiscal Year (SFY) IUP was adopted by the State Water Board on Jand serves as the revised guidelines for Proposition 1 Drinking Water grants. Information relating to grant eligibility and funding maximums is in Pages 39 through Archive.

State Fiscal Year (SFY) IUP. State Fiscal Year (SFY) This capitalization grant application must conform to general federal grant regulations (40 CFR Part 31 - Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments); 40 CFR P Subpart L - Drinking Water State Revolving Funds; EPA's Interim Final Rule for the DWSRF; and Section of SDWA.

), which established a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program to eligible states through a capitalization grant, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Office of Drinking Water (ODW) is making application for federal funding in the amount of $23, in FY DWSRF grant funds. State of Connecticut’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund InCongress passed amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) establishing the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan SFY with the EPA as part of the DPH’s Capitalization Grant application and established the basic.

Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Amendments ofSectionPublic Law Status. Active. Objectives. Grants are made to States and Puerto Rico to capitalize their Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (DWSRFs) which will provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of drinking water infrastructure.

State of Connecticut’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. InCongress passed amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) establishing the with the EPA as part of the DPH’s Capitalization Grant application and established the basic Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan SFY DPH.

SFY The capitalization grant is deposited in the State's SRF, which is used to provide loans and other types of financial assistance, but not grants, to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies. Up to 4 percent of the grant amounts may be used by the States for the cost of administering the SRF.

Amendments to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Act were passed in the, and Legislative Sessions. The amendments changed the title of the Act from “Safe Drinking Water Treatment Revolving Fund Act” to “Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Act” and also made other changes consistent with the Federal Act.The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) was created in as a result of the New York State enactment of the Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act, as well as the passage of the amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act by the U.S.

Congress. The DWSRF, jointly administered by EFC and the New York State Department of Health, provides a.A Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) was created in as a result of State legislation and legislation enacted by the U.S.

Congress. The DWSRF provides a significant financial incentive for municipally and privately owned drinking water systems to finance needed drinking water infrastructure improvements (e.g., treatment plants.