State Revolving Funds Can Be Used for Nonpoint Source Projects

Federally subsidized low-interest loans offered through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) State Revolving Fund are not just for public infrastructure projects. Nonpoint source projects and those linked to the National Estuary Program, even those on private lands, can receive funding. According to EPA, the agency provided $90 billion for water quality projects between 1988 and 2001, with $3.8 billion spent on nonpoint source projects. For more information, check out EPA’s April 17 webinar on Using the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for Nonpoint Source and National Estuary Projects.

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