• Mission Statement

    The Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust (MWPAT or the "Trust") was established in 1989 pursuant to Title VI of the Federal Clean Water Act. It was later amended in 1998 to encompass the provisions of Title XIV of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. The Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust improves the water quality in the Commonwealth through the provision of low cost capital financing to cities, towns, and other eligible entities, and maintains stewardship of public funds with prudence, professionalism, and integrity.
  • Governance

    A three member board administers the Trust. State Treasurer Steven Grossman serves as the Chair, while the other two members are the Secretary of the Executive Office for Administration and Finance and the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection...
  • Buy Massachusetts Bonds

    Investing in Massachusetts and participating in Commonwealth bond sales through the Buy Massachusetts Bonds website has been made easier for Massachusetts residents. By purchasing bonds issued by the Commonwealth and its agencies, investors are contributing to the Commonwealth's statewide program to re-invest in public infrastructure, including roads, bridges, water and sewer systems, Water Pollution Abatement projects, schools, public parks, college and university facilities, and other important projects. MWPAT encourages Massachusetts' resident investors to visit www.buymassbonds.com frequently to learn of upcoming bond sales.