31 Oct '17, 7pm

Today we honored 28 innovative water infrastructure projects using CWSRF funds through our PISCES program.

Today we honored 28 innovative water infrastructure projects using CWSRF funds through our PISCES program.

CWSRF PISCES Program: Performance and Innovation in the SRF Creating Environmental Success The Clean Water State Revolving Fund’s Performance and Innovation in the SRF Creating Environmental Success (PISCES) program allows assistance recipients to gain national recognition for exceptional projects funded by the CWSRF. Participating state programs each nominated one project that demonstrates one or more of the following evaluation criteria: Water Quality, Public Health, or Economic Benefits Sustainability Innovation Projects eligible for recognition may be any size but must have an executed assistance agreement in place. Projects may be operational or in the planning phase. After all project nominations were reviewed, EPA selected five exceptional projects for further recognition. These five projects demonstrated excellence in matching the PISCES criteria and pushed the env...

Full article: https://www.epa.gov/cwsrf/pisces

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