USDA Announces Funding to Improve Rural Water Systems Nationwide and Upgrade Water Infrastructure in Rural Alaska Villages

October 29, 2014 | Rates

USDA has announced more than $352 million in loans and grants to upgrade rural water and wastewater systems nationwide as well as make improvements in rural Alaska villages.  We are pleased to see that many of these grant and loan…

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Johnson Foundation Report Assess the Condition of US Water Systems and Recommends Course of Action

October 21, 2014 | General RCAP News

"Without significant changes, existing water systems will soon no longer be able to provide the services that citizens have come to expect. Recent water crises have illustrated that the economic and social consequences of inaction are far too great for…

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Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts Awards RCAP Solutions $60,000

October 17, 2014 | General RCAP News

GoLocalWorcester Reports:"The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has announced five activation fund grants to area organizations totaling more than $350,000.These grants will support a wide range of projects throughout Central Massachusetts, from work on area water systems to two grants…

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Resources for Emergency/Incident Planning, Response, and Recovery from EPA

October 16, 2014 | General RCAP News

EPA has developed a variety of guidance documents and other informative resources to support drinking water and wastewater utility preparedness, response and recovery. As demonstrated by the graphic above, being ready to respond to an incident requires a continuous cycle…

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Community Resource Group and alt.Consulting Merge

October 2, 2014 | General RCAP News

Media Release: Oct. 1, 2014Contact:Deborah TempleW 870-535-0011M 870-403-3285Deborah.Temple@communitiesU.org    Communities Unlimited will build sustainable economies, fight persistent povertyTwo Arkansas-based organizations merge to offer expanded vision for regional growth  Pine Bluff, Ark.,(Oct. 1, 2014)- An innovative, new nonprofit based in Arkansas will work with…

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