The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is a federal loan program administered by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) that provides funding for a variety of wastewater infrastructure and pollution prevention projects. Eligible projects include water quality, water conservation and wastewater treatment projects, such as constructing new wastewater treatment plants, repairing and replacing sewer, stormwater control projects and implementing water conservation projects and programs. GEFA also offers low-interest loans for energy-efficiency and renewable energy projects at wastewater treatment facilities.
Loans are available at a low interest rate for a maximum of 20 years. Please review the loan program policies (PDF) for information on loan rules and regulations. Click here for information on eligible projects.
Land Conservation Loan Program - Financing is available through the CWSRF that achieves the objectives of the Georgia Land Conservation Program and the federal Clean Water Act.
Click here to apply for a CWSRF loan.
Click here to review loan documents.