Any local government interested in the program should contact the State Revolving Fund Loan Program, L&C Tower, 8th Floor, 401 Church Street, Nashville, TN 37243.
What does SRFL stand for?
SRFL stands for State Revolving Fund Loan
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Byline: John Dignam WEBSTER - The Department of Environmental Protection has included two town sewer projects in its 2008 intended-use plan for $400 million in Clean Water State Revolving Fund loans.
and then tour the Hat Island Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant, which was funded through the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loan.
He has also served in various management positions within the agency, specializing in the development and implementation of the financial aspects of the TWDB's State Revolving Fund loan programs.
Rick Farrell, executive director of CIFA, says, "Separate grant programs not only complicate the funding process at the local level but often also serve to delay project initiation because the prospect of a grant diminishes the incentive to pursue other assistance such as a state revolving fund loan.
Such projects are expected to be funded primarily with state revolving fund loans and future operating surplus.
Currently the nation's preeminent federal water program--the State Revolving Fund Loan Program--is inadequate in its current form and needs to be revitalized to meet 21st Century needs.
4 million from the State Revolving Fund loan program, and approval from the State Water Resources Control Board is anticipated in early August.