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. … Read more
Program Area: Governance and Management
Based on a comprehensive review of inter-local water agreements in North Carolina, this guidance document reviews tips relating to issues utility managers need to be aware of before and while entering into an agreement with another utility. Many of these … Read more
This project, funded by the Public Water Supply Section of NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources, brings together many resources focused on capital planning for drinking water and wastewater utilities. Capital planning often leads to the creation of a Capital Improvement Plan … Read more
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 … Read more
This page is a resource for utilities seeking to learn about and receive guidance regarding federal funding for coronavirus aid, including funds for bill payment assistance and infrastructure projects. It is not comprehensive and will be updated only occasionally, but many of the resources outside the EFC … Read more
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.
Click the image or the button below to download the EFC Assistance to Utilities in the Viable Utilities Program one-pager.