Last Update: 8/9/17

Chapter 173-98 WAC

USES AND LIMITATIONS OF THE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

WAC Sections

Purpose.
Integrated funding approach.
Definitions.
Revolving fund uses.
PART 1
ELIGIBLE PROJECT TYPE
Eligible.
Ineligible.
PART 2
HOW TO APPLY FOR FUNDING
Application for funding.
The department's responsibilities.
Final offer and applicant list.
Revolving fund intended use plan (IUP).
PART 3
FINANCIAL HARDSHIP ASSISTANCE
Wastewater treatment facilities construction.
On-site sewage system repair and replacement programs.
Forgivable principal.
Preconstruction category.
PART 4
LOAN TERMS
Loan interest rates.
Refinancing.
Defeasance.
Repayment.
Loan security.
Loan reserve requirements.
Loan default.
Late payments.
PART 5
FUNDING DISTRIBUTION AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Funding categories.
Funding recognition.
Ceiling amounts.
Step process for water pollution control facilities.
Process for water pollution control activities.
Preconstruction category.
PART 6
ALTERNATIVE PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTING
Alternative public works contracting requirements.
PART 7
TIMELY USE OF CENTENNIAL PROGRAM FUNDS
General requirements.
The Growth Management Act.
State environmental review process (SERP).
Cost-effectiveness analysis.
PART 8
TIMELY USE OF REVOLVING FUND LOAN FUNDS
Starting a project.
Finishing a project.
Performance measures and postproject assessment.
PART 9
ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
Revolving fund perpetuity.
Accounting requirements.
Appealing a department decision.
Audit requirements for loan recipients.
Insurance for water pollution control facilities projects.
Indemnification.
Sale of facilities to private enterprises.
Self-certification.
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