Secretary Small s decision allows Rehoboth Beach to proceed with its request to borrow an estimated $25 million from the State s Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and to move forward with plans to eliminate the largest single wastewater discharge to Delaware s Inland Bays which would have immediate beneficial impact on the water quality of one of the state s most cherished natural resources.
What does WPCRF stand for?
WPCRF stands for Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (Colorado)
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The fund is administered by the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority, which was created in 1981 and has extensive experience managing the state's water pollution control revolving fund.
6 million water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds, series 2009 A (pooled loan issue).
2 million water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds, series 2006 A (pooled loan issue).
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to award capitalization grants to qualifying states to establish and capitalize state water pollution control revolving funds in order to provide loans to local governments for sewage treatment projects.
8 million water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds, series 2005 A (pooled loan issue).
5 million State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund Revenue Bonds, Series 1994 E (New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority Project) are rated "AA" by Fitch.
Fitch also affirms the 'AAA' rating on the agency's approximately $362 million outstanding water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds.