This is ECOS’ second green report highlighting state innovations in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF). The twelve case studies included in this report demonstrate the flexible nature of the CWSRF program that enable states to address their unique water infrastructure needs in communities of all sizes.
A corresponding webinar featuring three of the CWSRF projects included presentations featuring:
- The Greater Lawrence Sanitary District in Massachusetts is optimizing anaerobic digestion by processing food waste for energy. This project supports a goal of creating a zero net energy wastewater facility.
- A City of Fruitland, Idaho project used innovative funding mechanisms to produce innovative results through a wastewater system upgrade.
- A series of sponsored projects in Iowa used an innovative funding mechanism that allowed utility ratepayers to get two water restoration projects for the cost of one.
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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