Five communities receive State Revolving Fund loans for water projects
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality awarded loans for water projects to five communities through the State Revolving Fund Programs from May through July.
Wildrose received a $2.63 million Clean Water State Revolving Fund towards replacing a clay sanitary sewer pipe with PVC pipe and new manholes for better management of storm water and to prevent infiltration into the sanitary sewer system line.
Sykeston received a $411,000 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund loan towards replacing an existing water storage tank with a 50,000-gallon water tower.
Center received a $547,000 CWSRF loan and a $102,000 DWSRF loan to replace a water main and sewer main and to install a sanitary lift station and force main. Dunn Center received a $3.19 million CWSRF loan and a $2.4 million DWSRF loan to expand sanitary sewer service and install a new storm sewer system. Jamestown received a $3.17 million CWSRF loan to replace, repair, and refurbish three lift stations.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provides part of the SRF Programs funding, which offers below-market interest rate loans to political subdivisions for financing projects authorized under the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act.