The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will provide unprecedented funding to build smart, modern, resilient water and wastewater infrastructure. The $55 billion in investments will flow through states to communities.
The bill appropriates $43.426 billion for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs) over the next five years (2022 - 2026). Contact your SRF manager for more information and to communicate your priorities.
Here is a copy of a letter from the EPA Administrator to Governors on the Water Infrastructure provisions of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Source - American Water Works Association
Drinking Water Appropriations
- $50 million annually for the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act programs for FY2022-2026.
- $11.7 billion for the drinking water State Revolving Funds.
- $15 billion for lead service line replacement.
- $4 billion in grants for drinking water State Revolving Funds to address emerging contaminants.
- $5 billion to deal with emerging contaminants in economically distressed communities.
- $11.713 billion through FY2026 for the Clean Water Act state revolving loan fund program.
- $1 billion through the Clean Water SRF program to address emerging contaminants.
- $8.3 billion for western water infrastructure including water reuse projects.
- $3.3 billion for wildfire.
- $2.1 billion for ecosystem restoration.
- $1 billion for the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities program.
- $500 million over five years to help capitalize state resilience revolving loan funds for pre-disaster mitigation projects.
Rebuilding America: The Next Phase of Infrastructure
Learn more about the long-term, sustainable investments that will unlock our economy’s growth potential and productive capacity in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.