The drinking water revolving fund provides financial assistance to eligible public drinking water suppliers for the planning, design, and construction of facilities to ensure safe and adequate drinking water. The program is jointly administered by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority. The Minnesota Department of Health establishes priorities for the use of the drinking water revolving fund. All projects must be approved by the Minnesota Department of Health before they may be considered for funding by the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority. Parts 4720.9000 to 4720.9080 provide, for the Minnesota Department of Health, administration of its responsibilities under Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.081. Rules governing the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority's administration of its responsibilities under Minnesota Statutes, section 446A.081, are contained in chapter 7380.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency provides capitalization grants for this program to the state of Minnesota. Financial assistance projects must be in conformance with the requirements of the Public Health Service Act, United States Code, title 42, sections 300f et seq., Public Law 104-182, title XIV, section 1452, Part E.
MS s 446A.081
October 27, 2003
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