Hawaii State Department of Health

The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawaii .

The State of Hawaii, Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program was established by the 1997 State Legislature as the result of the 1996 Federal amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. This program currently provides low interest loans to Hawaii’s regulated water systems for the construction of drinking water infrastructure projects. These projects help achieve or maintain compliance with drinking water standards, protect public health and the environment.

The Clean Water SRF (CWSRF) Program assists in financing the construction of water pollution control projects necessary to prevent contamination of our groundwater and coastal water resources and to protect and promote the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the State of Hawaii. The CWSRF Program provides low interest loans to county and state agencies to construct point source and nonpoint source water pollution control projects.

Hawaii State Revolving Fund Resources
DescriptionTypeDateDownload
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Legislation
2009
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Project Priority List
2021
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Intended Use Plan
2021
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Annual Report
2021
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Loan Ranking Criteria
2020
Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Legislation
2016
Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Project Priority List
2021
Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Intended Use Plan
2021
Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Annual Report
2019
Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Loan Ranking Criteria
2020