The portion of the stimulus funding act that deals with drinking water and wastewater:
• invests over $25 billion in the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and other programs,
• invests $40 billion in new wastewater infrastructure,
• Invests in clean water and wastewater infrastructure to meet the federal government’s trust obligations to Indian Country and repairs severely damaged federal canals, and
• unlocks more tax-exempt bond financing for water infrastructure projects.
In their dispersal to communities, these funding vehicles will likely follow State Revolving Fund (SRF) standards. McKim & Creed has helped 25+ utilities secure nearly $60 million in SRF and Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) funding.
In this article, McKim & Creed Regional Manager Robert Garland, PE, PG, ENV SP, DBIA, and President of Engineering Street Lee, PE, ENV SP, offer five things utilities need to know to receive stimulus funding. Click on the image to the right to read the complete article.