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Region 10 State Revolving Fund WATERS Awards

Since its inception, borrowers have used the State Revolving Fund (SRF) program to fund millions of dollars of projects that deliver environmental and public health benefits.

Projects are nominated by the state SRF staff who implement this program in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. These projects help communities attain goals or requirements under the Clean Water Act or Safe Drinking Water Act, as well as achieve one or more elements of the WATERS award:

  • Well-planned.
  • Addresses Affordability issues.
  • Includes innovative ideas or technology that is Transferable to other communities.
  • Provides benefits for water or energy Efficiency.
  • Incorporates Resiliency and/or Sustainability attributes.

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  • EPA Region 10 WATERS Award Winners 2019 (PDF)(8 pp, 4 MB)
    Summaries of winning projects by City of Soldotna, AK; Central Shoshone County Water District, ID; City of Weiser, ID; City of Hines, OR; City of College Place, WA; and Skagit County PUD No. 1, WA.
  • EPA Region 10 WATERS Award Winners 2018 (PDF)(7 pp, 3 MB)
    Summaries of winning projects by College Utilities Corp. AK; City of Ashton, ID; City of Weston, ID; City of Olympia, WA; City of Bellingham, WA; and City of Pasco, WA.
  • EPA Region 10 WATERS Award Winners 2017 (PDF)(6 pp, 4 MB, 2018-1-1)
    Summaries of winning projects by Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility, AK; City of Cordova, AK; Comore Loma, ID; City of Orofino, ID; City of Beaverton, OR; Pelican Bay Heights, OR; Rainbow Water District, OR; Sustainable Infrastructure Planning Projects (SIPP) Program, OR; Liberty Lake Sewer & Water, WA; City of Port Townsend, WA; and City of Seattle, WA.