New Mexico Environment DepartmentNMED is responsible for overseeing water infrastructure systems and water quality issues throughout the state.Public water systems (PWS) can apply for funding to help them with new public water system construction or improvements to an existing public water system. The New Mexico Environment Department’s Drinking Water Bureau co-administers the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRLF) with the New Mexico Finance Authority.The New Mexico Environment Department manages the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program (CWSRF). The CWSRF program provides a source of low-cost financing for a wide range of wastewater and stormwater projects that protect surface and groundwater. Funds may also be used for projects that control non-point source water pollution, such as a solid waste and septic tank installations.
New Mexico State Revolving Fund Resources