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State Revolving Fund Budget Allocations, 2017-2018: National Trends and Project Analysis


Bluefield’s annual analysis of State Revolving Fund programs, looks at which projects and systems are looking to secure low interest loans and grants to fund capital improvements for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure across the U.S.

State revolving funds make up an average of 17%  of total public spending on water and wastewater infrastructure annually. In FY 2017 / 2018, state revolving funds will distribute over US$14.4 billion to drinking water and clean water projects across all 50 states.

In this 80-slide Data Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze national trends and regional state revolving fund requests (Northeast, Midwest, South and West). State by state profiles provide a breakdown of clean and drinking water projects as well as serious water and wastewater water violations.

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