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This program is designed to provide a low-cost financing method that communities can take advantage of to make sure they are meeting water-quality standards.
The program emphasizes:
One major goal of the program is to encourage communities to undertake projects with meaningful water quality and public health benefits and which address the needs of the communities and the watersheds.
Funding is available for the planning and construction of projects including:
New wastewater treatment facilities and upgrades of existing facilities
Wastewater collection systems
Nonpoint source pollution abatement projects, such as:
Community programs for upgrading septic systems (Title 5)
In addition, non-structural projects are eligible for SRF funding, such as:
The current subsidy is provided via a 2% interest loan. In recent years the program has operated with $400 to $450 million per year, representing the financing of 50 to 70 projects annually.
To obtain additional information concerning the SRF Program, you can contact one of the following regional program managers:
Municipal Services staff in MassDEP's Boston office:
Steve McCurdy, Director