Environmental Finance Centers
The GLEIC is one of ten EPA environmental finance centers (EFCs) located throughout the United States. Each EFC carries out the central mission to deliver targeted technical assistance to, and partner with states, tribes, local governments, and the private sector in providing innovative solutions to help manage the costs of environmental financing and program management. However, each center is also allowed to pursue the best way to meet the unique needs of their region. The individuality of each center increases the ability of the centers to meet regional needs better and allows for a more diverse set of centers that—together—have a more extensive knowledge base.
To learn more about the other EFCs, visit their websites at https://www.epa.gov/waterfinancecenter/efcn.
Environmental Finance Center Network
The EFCs also work together to maintain the Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN), which has more resources for financing, maintaining, and managing environmental systems. To learm more about the EFCN and its resources, visit http://efcnetwork.org.
EFC Network Small Systems Project
Learn more about the EFC Network Small Systems Project at http://efcnetwork.org/small-systems-project/.
EPA Region 5 Headquarters
Learn more about EPA Region 5 at https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/epa-region-5.
American Public Works Association:
American Water Works Association (AWWA):
Association of State Drinking Water Administrators:
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Environmental Finance Center Network:
Government Finance Officers Association:
Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative:
National Association of Clean Water Agencies:
National Association of Sewer Companies:
National Association of Water Companies:
National Rural Water Association:
Rural Water Assistance Program:
Small Community Water Infrastructure Exchange:
Smart Management for Small Water Systems
USDA Rural Development
Water Infrastructure & Resiliency Finance Center-US EPA
Water Environment Federation (WEF):
Water Operator Blog – Resources