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Funding for projects that include animal waste management; agricultural conservation; protection or restoration of riparian (streamside) habitat; establishing conservation easements; acquiring riparian lands or wetlands, estuary management projects and other nonpoint source activities.
Checklist of Loan Requirements
Funding for design and construction of publicly owned wastewater facilities; building or rehabilitation of sewer collection systems; urban wet weather flow control activities, including stormwater; sanitary and combined sewer control measures. This application also includes the opportunity of using the Sponsorship Option, which allows a public agency to finance both a traditional wastewater project with a nonpoint source or estuary management activity as a combined project.
Funding of data collection and measurement, evaluation, analysis, security evaluations, report preparation, environmental review and any other activity leading to a written document.
Encourages public agencies, often rural counties, soil and water conservation districts or irrigation districts, to use revolving fund financing to establish their own local loan program that addresses a local water quality issue occurring within their jurisdiction.
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