Funding News

  1. Ann Arbor Raises Rates To Combat Ongoing Water Issues

    The City of Ann Arbor, MI, is struggling against a litany of major drinking water issues and the battle has reached residents’ pockets.

  2. Black & Veatch Consortium Advances Prayagraj Wastewater Programme To Design-And-Build Phase

    Namami Gange is the Indian government’s ambitious programme to restore water quality in the Ganga and its tributaries.

  3. Administrator Wheeler Visits Miami And Announces $99.7M Water Infrastructure Loan To Miami-Dade County

    Recently, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced a $99.7M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to Miami-Dade County, Florida, to finance advanced wastewater infrastructure upgrades.

  4. Buffalo Leaders Release A Water Equity Roadmap

    Recently, the US Water Alliance, along with innovative Buffalo leaders representing utilities, local nonprofits, and philanthropy, released An Equitable Water Future: Buffalo.

  5. EPA Administrator Wheeler Announces New WIFIA Funding For Water Infrastructure Projects

    Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the availability of funding to provide an estimated $6B in Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans in 2019.

  6. EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler Visits Denver And Announces New WIFIA Funding

    On Friday, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler visited Denver, Colorado where he announced new funding for the Water Infrastructure Financing and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program and delivered the keynote address to the American Bar Association's Environmental Law Conference.

  7. Water Sector Urges Congress, White House To Increase Investment In Infrastructure, Research, And Reuse

    The nation’s leading water and public works organizations — representing the full spectrum of water issues, research fields, and utilities from every part of the country — are gathering in the nation’s capital during Water Week 2019 (March 31-April 6) to urge Congress and the Trump Administration to increase investment in water infrastructure, research, and reuse.

  8. Association Members Pour Cold Water On Renationalisation

    A survey of British Water members on the Labour Party’s plan to renationalise the water industry shows that a majority believe it will negatively impact the supply chain and customers.

  9. EPA Issues Guidance To Help States Improve Drinking Water Infrastructure

    Building on recent successes to move President Donald Trump’s infrastructure agenda forward by providing the financing and resources communities need to modernize local water infrastructure, recently the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued new guidance for states to use when applying for financing from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF).

  10. WWEMA Member Market Survey Reflects Sales Increases

    The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) has released the results of its 2018 WWEMA Member Market Indicators Survey.