The Council of Infrastructure Financing Authorities advocates for laws, policy and funding for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs) to build and maintain water infrastructure that protects public health and the environment.
Proven, Effective, Perpetual
The SRFs are state-run programs established within a broad federal framework which provides the necessary flexibility for each state to meet its unique priorities for water infrastructure. Because every loan is subsidized, the programs allow communities to build and maintain water infrastructure while keeping utility rates affordable. The revolving nature of the loan program ensures a recurring source of revenue in perpetuity.
Maintain the focus of SRFs on providing low-cost, subsidized loans for water infrastructure in perpetuity.
Maintain the flexibility of states to implement the SRFs to meet state and local priorities for water infrastructure.
Maintain the affordability of SRFs loans by reducing and avoiding one-size-fits-all federal mandates on loan applicants.
Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee
Sustainable Wastewater Infrastructure: Measures to Promote Resiliency and Climate Adaptation and Mitigation, April 21, 2021
Energy & Commerce Committee, Environment, Manufacturing & Critical Materials Subcommittee
Trusting the Tap: Upgrading America's Drinking Water Infrastructure, March 29, 20222
Process Improvements: More Protection, Less Process
Additional Subsidization: Funding Forever
Disadvantaged Communities: Justice40 Framework