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Clean Water State Revolving Fund Annual Reports

Congress created the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program in 1987 to serve as a long-term funding source for projects that protect and restore the Nation’s waters. During the last two decades, the CWSRF has provided low-interest loans targeting a wide range of projects in areas like wastewater treatment, non-point source pollution control, estuary management, and a host of projects focusing on water quality. It is the largest federal funding program for wastewater infrastructure projects across the country.

The CWSRF Annual Reports highlight program activities and accomplishments during the last fiscal year. The Reports include updates on the financial performance of the CWSRF and highlights of specific projects and program benefits.


Reports

 


How to Get Additional Information

You can obtain a copy of these reports from the Water Resource Center by sending a written request to the US Environmental Protection Agency, Water Resource Center (RC-4100), 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20460. Refer to the appropriate document numbers that are located under the links to the reports. For example, the document number for the 2007 Annual Report is EPA-832-R-08-001. You can also call the Center at (202) 566-1729, FAX your request to (202) 566-1736, or send an email to center.water-resource@epa.gov.


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