Grant: $68,151,900 - Environmental Protection Agency - Jun. 1, 2009
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Award Description: This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Washington to capitalize its revolving loan fund for this financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits and vital sustainable infrastructure.
Project Description: The overall purposes of these projects are: to improve water quality through reduction of contamination due to untreated or partially treated sewage, to promote conservation and reuse of vital water supplies, to increase the capacity of wastewater infrastructure to support communities and reduce associated wastewater impact on waterbodies. Expected results include: Achievement and/or Maintaning compliance with NPDES discharge permit limits, progress towards reopening of shellfish areas, improvement of salmon habitat, increased reuse of treated wastewater thus reducing burdon on sources of higher quality water supply, creation of jobs, repair and improvement of vital state infrastructure, management of the SRF funding program and of disbursements of ARRA SRF funding, as well as tracking of ARRA funded project data and reporting of ARRA funded project data. No results/deliverables have been produced by sub-awardees, as of yet. Results from Prime Recipient efforts include creation of processes and tools for the management and tracking of ARRA funding and project using that funding.
Infrastructure Description: The primary purposes are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits and vital sustainable infrastructure.
Jobs Summary: Funding program managers, funding agreement managers, data manager, and project supervisors. (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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