Funding of expanded uses activities by state revolving fund programs

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Municipal Pollution Control , Washington, DC
Water -- Pollution -- United States, Federal aid to water quality management -- United States, Sewage disposal plants -- United States -- Fi
ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Municipal Pollution Control
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Paginationiii, 49 p.
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Open LibraryOL15228494M

A revolving fund is a special account into which money is deposited for expenditure without regard to fiscal-year limitations.

Sometimes a fund of this sort may be called a working capital fund.

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Clean Water state revolving Fund Drinking Water state revolving Fund established Projects eligible Water quality protection projects (e.g., nonpoint source. The State Revolving Fund: Investing in Iowa's Water Iowa Finance Authority: | Iowa Department of Natural Resources: A state revolving fund (SRF) is a fund administered by a U.S.

state for the purpose of providing low-interest loans for investments in water and sanitation infrastructure (e.g., sewage treatment, stormwater management facilities, drinking water treatment), as well as for the implementation of nonpoint source.