EPA will host two national webinars on March 10 and March 16, 2022 to discuss the BIL SRF Implementation Memorandum. For more information, please visit: https://www.epa.gov/dwsrf/bipartisan-infrastructure-law-srf-implementation-memorandum
Applicants apply through their State Revolving Fund programs. State deadlines will vary.
- Native/Tribal Entity
- State Government
Reserved for Energy
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program is a federal-state partnership that provides communities low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of Clean Water State Revolving Fund funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program provides capitalization grants to States, which will provide a long-term source of State financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and implementation of other water quality management activities.
Capitalization grants are available to each State and to Tribes and territories for the purpose of establishing a Clean Water State Revolving Fund. State Revolving Fund programs provide financial assistance to local communities and publicly owned treatment systems for construction of wastewater and stormwater treatment facilities and collection systems; nonpoint source pollution management; construction, repair, or replacement of decentralized wastewater treatment systems; construction of nature-based infrastructure solutions; and other uses associated with the management of wastewater and storm water.