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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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Stream "Daylighting": City of Yonkers
imgUrban Canopy Restoration, Rubber Pervious Pavement:  City of Rome
Urban Canopy Restoration, Rubber Pervious Pavement: City of Rome
imgPermeable Pavers:  Greenwood Lake
Permeable Pavers: Greenwood Lake
imgWetland Creation:  Tioga County
Wetland Creation: Tioga County
imgGreen Roof: Monroe County
Green Roof: Monroe County
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Sewage Treatment Plant: Middletown

 

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EFC on the Road

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The New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation manages the largest and one of the most successful Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) programs in the nation. Together, these funds have provided more than $17 billion in low-cost financing to approximately 2,000 projects throughout New York State.
 
To promote and build awareness of the SRF, the EFC staff presented information at more than 100 conferences, workshops, town board meetings and other forums in the past year. Our attendance at these events help bring EFC’s services to your front door and further assist communities -- both large and small – in addressing their water quality and infrastructure needs.
 
If you are interested in learning more about EFC, its programs and potential SRF funding opportunities, please email us at publicinfo@efc.ny.gov to discuss how we can meet with your organization.

Statement from EFC President and CEO Matthew J. Driscoll

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Statement from Matthew J. Driscoll, President and CEO of the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp. on the Public Authorities Control Board’s approval of a $256 million short-term loan for environmental protection projects in the Hudson River

“Today’s PACB vote is clear on one important point: it is legal and proper to use the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund to protect the Hudson River, its wildlife and wildlife habitats during the construction of the New NY York Bridge. This is a revolving loan fund and, like all of the loans approved by the Environmental Facilities Corp., this loan will be repaid and then recycled to benefit other clean-water projects across the state. These low-cost loans save money, improve the environment and create jobs. This year, EFC expects to approve well over $1 billion in loans for new clean-water projects in more than 100 communities and we are ready and able to do the same next year and we look forward to working with the Thruway Authority and PACB to proceed with the second installment of the New NY Bridge loan in 2016.”

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