This report highlights state innovations in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF), a federal-state-local partnership that delivers significant environmental, economic, and public health benefits nationwide. CWSRF projects, which cover topics such as financing, green infrastructure, climate adaptation, and water and energy efficiency, enable communities of all sizes and levels of sophistication to meet their diverse water needs.
A corresponding webinar featuring three of the CWSRF projects can be viewed here.
- A statewide project in Montana minimized the need for plant upgrades through targeted education of wastewater treatment operators and some additional site-specific assistance.
- Additional resource: Low Cost Nutrient Removal in Montana
- A City of West Monroe, Louisiana project to upgrade an existing wastewater treatment plant to meet the water needs of a nearby manufacturer. The city worked closely with the manufacturer to identify, test, and implement this innovative solution to the company’s industrial input needs.
- A Camden City, New Jersey project implemented various green and grey infrastructure projects to address stormwater and combined sewer issues through a partnership between the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority and other governmental entities and non-profits.
This report and webinar were done under a cooperative agreement with U.S. EPA to highlight the flexibilities in the CWSRF.
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