Clean Water State Revolving Fund major financial policies FY 2021
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South Carolina Bureau of Water
South Carolina State Revolving Fund
SubjectDrinking water--Standards--South Carolina; Clean Water State Revolving Fund (S.C.)--Finance; Loans--South Carolina--Government guaranty; Water quality--South Carolina--Finance
This gives loan requirement information for water quality projects designated according to the DHEC Priority List procedures. It includes information on eligibility, interest rates, loan terms, loan fees, security provisions disbursement and repayment policies.
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