2018 Utility Rate Survey Results

AE2S Nexus has published the 2018 edition of its annual Utility Rate Survey. We would like to thank the 311 participants this year. AE2S Nexus received responses from 135 systems serving populations 5,000 and greater, 115 systems serving populations less than 5,000, and 61 regional/rural systems.  Survey data was solicited from utilities in Iowa, Minnesota, … Read more2018 Utility Rate Survey Results

$1.1 Billion Available for DWSRF Loans

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has more than $1.1 billion available to the 50 States and Puerto Rico in 2018 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) loans, plus $23 million for Tribal water systems, and $28 million for the District of Columbia and territorial water systems. The U.S. Congress appropriates funding for the DWSRF … Read more$1.1 Billion Available for DWSRF Loans

2018 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving 5,000 or Greater

The 2018 AE2S Nexus Annual Utility Rate Survey is currently being distributed to all participants who voluntarily shared their data.  We hope the results are useful to systems throughout the region as budgets are finalized and 2019 rates are set, by providing a regional measure of benchmarking themselves against similar systems and/or the system next … Read more2018 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving 5,000 or Greater

2018 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving Less than 5,000 & Regional Systems

We appreciate all of the voluntary responses we received for the 2018 AE2S Nexus Annual Utility Rate Survey. The Survey booklets are currently being distributed to all participants. We hope the results are useful to systems throughout the region as budgets are finalized and 2019 rates are set, by providing a regional measure of benchmarking … Read more2018 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving Less than 5,000 & Regional Systems

Funds Available for MT & SD Nonpoint Source Projects

The States of Montana and South Dakota are currently accepting applications for nonpoint source project program grants under the Federal Clean Water Act, Section 319 nonpoint source control program.  The recommended range for grants is $10,000-$300,000 per project, and a 40 percent cost share is required. Applicants must either be a nonprofit organization (501(c)(3) tax … Read moreFunds Available for MT & SD Nonpoint Source Projects