Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Project Success Stories
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program can fund a wide variety of water quality protection efforts. The program’s flexibility and broad range of project eligibilities enable states to target CWSRF funds to their specific water quality priorities. To be eligible for CWSRF assistance, a project must meet the criteria of one of the eleven CWSRF eligibilities found in Section 603(c) of the Clean Water Act (CWA).
Overview of CWSRF Eligibilities
This is a technical support reference, which looks at the many projects eligible to receive assistance from the CWSRF program.
Protecting Public Health and Water Quality with the Clean Water State Revolving Fund
This fact sheet demonstrates how the CWSRF provides assistance to eligible recipients while protecting public health and water quality. It highlights successful projects in Indiana and Delaware.
The eleven eligibilities allow CWSRFs to fund a variety of project types. Eligible projects exist under all of the following categories:
- Centralized Wastewater Treatment
- Energy Conservation
- Water Conservation
- Agricultural Best Management Practices
- Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
- Resource Extraction
- Contaminated Sites
- Habitat Protection and Restoration
- Groundwater Protection and Restoration
- Surface Water Protection and Restoration