Clean Water State Revolving Fund for Sustainable Infrastructure
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program was established in 1987 under amendments to the Federal Clean Water Act.
States may make CWSRF loans for:
- construction/rehabilitation of publicly-owned wastewater facilities (including sewage treatment facilities, combined sewer overflow remediation, storm water management, interceptor sewers, and local sewers)
- implementation of nonpoint source management activities (control of runoff from farms, nutrient management, acid mine drainage remediation, brownfields, streambank protection, drinking water source water protection, capping of landfills to mitigate ground water leachate, replacement of failing septic tanks), and
- implementation of estuary management plans
- State Allotments (PDF) (1 pg, 41K, About PDF)
- State Contacts
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For information on applying for a State Revolving Fund loan, please contact the applicable program manager in your state. That office can provide application materials, state specific guidance materials, schedules for submission of applications, and related information. Please note that all decisions regarding selection of projects to receive assistance are made by the states. EPA encourages the states to make CWSRF loans in accordance with the state's highest water quality priorities. Another program available to states is the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.