EPIC’s Funding Navigator program strives to ensure more communities, particularly those that are overburdened, benefit from government investments in safe and climate-resilient drinking water, wastewater treatment, and stormwater management. This webpage provides information on requesting technical assistance and outlines the process for Funding Navigator supported projects.
Drinking Water Infrastructure
ASDWA’s webpage offers information on their environmental justice strategy which works to advance health equity by identifying barriers within the drinking water sector and developing achievable and sustainable solutions for providing safe, reliable drinking water to all communities.
This webpage describes federal and non-federal funding sources available to assist states and water utilities with water infrastructure upgrades, including the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF), and other lead in drinking water funding.
This document includes two memoranda–both requesting and approving the request for a class exemption from the DWSRF. It also includes a policy and technical evaluation by EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, detailing why states may need a DWSRF class deviation, as well as criteria, and state examples.
This webpage provides information on grant eligibility and factors in funding allotments. Awards to states for FY 2023 are currently ongoing as applications and work plans are submitted.
This memorandum proposes a temporary public interest waiver for manufactured products and construction materials under Build America, Buy America (BABA). This action permits the use of non-domestic manufactured products and construction materials in such projects funded by a Clean Water or Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) that may otherwise be prohibited under the BABA requirements of Section 70914.
This document provides information related to inventory requirements and planning, historical records review rule requirements, service line inspection methods, recommendations for developing the inventory, and public accessibility requirements.
This document provides guidance for complying with Lead and Copper Rule Revisions requirements. This guidance can also assist public water systems with financing applications for Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funds and for implementation once funding is received.