Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)

American Iron and Steel

The Water Investment Division has created Guidance Document 29 to help all parties involved in a project to understand their roles and obligations to meet the American Iron and Steel (AIS) Requirements.  Additional information about AIS is provided below.

Intended Use Plans

Each year the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) publish Intended Use Plans (IUPs) that explain how the SRF funding capitalization grants provided by the Federal government will be used to support the programs. Each IUP makes program decisions to meet requirements set by Congress in each year's capitalization grants and to address state programmatic priorities.

VT Pollution Control Grants

Currently Vermont statute allows for Pollution Control Grants of 10%  - 35% for qualifying Water Pollution Abatement and Control Projects. 

Qualifying project elements must be Water Pollution Abatement and Control Facilities.

Environmental Review

All federally funded projects are required to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Since both the CWSRF and DWSRF receive federal funds, all elements of these projects must comply with NEPA. The State of Vermont has established two State Environmental Review Procedures (SERPs) to complete the environmental reviews associated with the required NEPA review. 

Clean Water State Revolving Fund

Vermont's CWSRF Program provides funding for Vermont's Clean Water projects in the form of low interest loans to municipalities and private entities for eligible projects.  Several types of loans are available.  

Water Infrastructure Financing Programs

The Water Investment Division manages several different water infrastructure loan and grant programs.  Collectively they are called the Water Infrastructure Financing Programs.  Programs, when similar, are set up to be administered in similar ways to create more predictable processes for our loan and grant recipients.  Please call us if you have questions about a particular program.


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