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Program Area: Financial Sustainability and Viability
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Information about regionalization options and financial impacts is essential to understand what this approach can do to increase financial stability in the water and wastewater sector, including the variety of paths available. Partnerships between water and wastewater utilities can consist … Continued
The US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water has partnered with the Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Environmental Finance Center at the University of Maryland to support integrated planning for municipal stormwater and wastewater. … Continued
In this report, the EFC develops and implements a simple methodology to estimate local governments’ spending plans for water and wastewater infrastructure across the state of North Carolina in the next five and twenty years. The estimates are determined from … Continued
Ahoskie, NC, a town of 5,000 in Hertford County, accumulated over $21 million in debt from 10 years of capital projects by the year 2017. Since then, town staff have worked hard to cut expenses and bring Ahoskie to a … Continued
The COVID-19 pandemic had suddenly and persistently disrupted many aspects of water and wastewater utility operations and finance since March 2020. In North Carolina, as in many states, utilities experienced growing amounts of payment arrears, reductions in use and revenues … Continued
This tool allows users to enter data that affect water and wastewater revenues and expenses, including rates of delinquencies and water use changes, to estimate net loss (or change) of revenue under COVID-19 pandemic working conditions over a two year … Continued
Many communities across the United States are dealing with aging water infrastructure and have growing extensive capital needs. Michigan is no exception to this problem, with the state currently facing an $800 million annual gap in its water and … Continued