The Environmental Finance Center at UNC-CH offers free one-on-one technical assistance for systems providing drinking water and wastewater services to up to 10,000 people. For more information on technical assistance and services the Environmental Finance Center at UNC-CH provides, visit … Continued
Program Area: Financial Sustainability and Viability
This tool is used to calculate the cost of a subsidized loan versus a traditional market based loan. The value at the bottom of the dashboard represents the “grant equivalent” of the subsidized loan given the parameters selected from the … Continued
Affordability of residential rates is a comparative concept, the place where income and expenditures cross. A common metric used to assess affordability is the proportion of the Median Household Income of the community that would be spent on a year’s … Continued
There are many ways for a system to assess affordability. Each method takes a different approach and the analysis of the results can be subjective. Learn more about assessing affordability for your customers with the one-pager below.
The Resource Agency Partnership for Water Utilities is a group of diverse organizations working toward solutions to the challenges faced by North Carolina’s water and wastewater service providers. The goal of the Partnership is to collaborate with each other and … Continued
The one-pager below was created to provide step-by-step instructions for those interested in the Arkansas Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard.
Click the image or the button below to download our Why Have a Stormwater Utility Fee one-pager.
Click the images or the button below to download the Board Members: Find Out if your Water or Wastewater Utility is Financially Viable in the Long-Term one-pager.
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