Ala. Admin. Code r. 335-11-1-.03 - Eligible Projects
(1) Funds in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund shall be used for:
(a) Planning, design and construction of wastewater or stormwater collection, conveyance, and treatment facilities established under CWA section 212.
(b) The implementation of nonpoint source pollution control management programs established under CWA section 319.
(c) Projects that implement a Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan at an estuary established under CWA section 320.
(d) Construction, repair or replacement of decentralized wastewater systems that treat municipal wastewater or domestic sewage.
(e) Water conservation and reuse projects;
(f) Water quality projects at solid waste landfills;
(g) Assistance to manage, reduce, treat or recapture stormwater of subsurface drainage including green roofs and wetland restoration.
(h) Assistance for measures to reduce energy consumption for publicly owned treatment works.
(i) Assistance for projects for reusing or recycling wastewater, stormwater, or subsurface drainage water.
(j) To the extent funds are made available by the Department, refinancing or buying eligible debt obligations of municipalities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies within Alabama at or below market rates, if the debt obligations were incurred after March 7, 1985;
(k) Guaranteeing or purchasing insurance for a local obligation to improve credit market access or reduce the interest rate of the obligations;
(l) Transferring fund assets between the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund as allowed by the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act;
(m) Providing a source of revenue or security for the payment of principal and interest on revenue or general obligations bonds issued by the state if the proceeds of the sale of the bonds will be deposited in the fund; and
(n) Any other use allowable by the United State Environmental Protection Agency and consistent with the Act.
(2) Projects must be ranked on the Department's project priority list and included in the CWSRF Intended Use Plan to be considered for funding.
(3) Funds in the CWSRF shall not be used for:
(a) Routine laboratory fees and other monitoring expenses; and,
(b) Operation and maintenance expenses.
Authors:Aubrey H. White III, James Dailey, Kris Berry StatutoryAuthority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 22-34-1, 22-34-2, 22-34-3.
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