Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I get my project on the DWSRF IUP?
A Project Listing Form must be submitted. Based on the project information provided, the project will be scored, ranked, and listed on the appropriate Intended Use Plan or IUP. Drinking water supply and distribution projects will participate in the Drinking Water SRF. Projects that protect, maintain, or improve water quality will participate in the Clean Water SRF. Please refer to the appropriate web pages for more information.
> Getting Listed on the Drinking Water SRF IUP
2. What is the difference between the Drinking Water and Clean Water programs?
Both the Drinking Water and Clean Water programs are State Revolving Funds (SRFs) that provide low-costs or no-cost financing for communities building water quality projects. The Drinking Water SRF provides financing for infrastructure directly related to drinking water supply. The mission of the Clean Water SRF is to protect, maintain and improve water quality for all waters of New York State. The most common type of Clean Water SRF project is the construction or upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant to prevent pollution in our waterways.