Clean Water Fund

Clean Water Fund (CWF)

Address:4455 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite A300-16
Washington, DC 20008

Phone:202-895-0432
Fax:202-895-0438
Phone:800-709-2837
Web: www.cleanwaterfund.org
Established: 1978. Description:Research and educational organization dedicated to improving environmental conditions for present and future generations. Work is concerned with achieving cleaner and safer water, cleaner air, and protection from toxic pollution in homes, neighborhoods, and workplaces. Clean Water Fund's programs build on and complement those of the affiliated Clean Water Action organization.

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The state previously issued clean water revenue bonds to finance the Clean Water Fund Program (CWFP) pursuant to a general resolution (the prior general resolution) for the CWFP.
Finally, the company stated that the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Clean Water Fund provided the project finance and construction will begin in August 2016 and the work completed by fall 2020.
TraX won “Eco-Social Mobile Innovation award from Stopwaste.org, and has partnered with the following companies: ChicoBag, Simply Straws and Clean Water Fund. TraX was founded by Jared Brick, inside of the Presidio MBA, Sustainable Management, San Francisco, 2012.
Water was collected in a 1-L plastic container, stirred with a glass rod, then poured into a 30-mL acid-washed Nalgene collection bottle, according to protocol from the Clean Water Fund of North Carolina (CWFNC) (U.S.
The Save the Colorado campaign, initiated by New Belgium and the Clean Water Fund, will donate money to environmental non-profits in the Colorado River basin working to promote water conservation and protect the river.
EWG is part of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of nonprofits including the Breast Cancer Fund, the Clean Water Fund and Friends of the Earth, working to phase out chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects and other health problems in personal care products.
The 43-page "Tomorrow's Energy Today" report released by Environmental Massachusetts and the Clean Water Fund yesterday argues that New England could cut energy use by at least 18 percent and slash carbon dioxide pollution by at least 20 percent by using renewable energy technologies available today.
The partners on this project are the Alliance for a Clean Waterfront, Arc Ecology, Bayview-Hunters Point Community Advocates, Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund, Golden Gate Audubon Society, Literacy for Environmental Justice, and the University of San Francisco.
Marie Zellar, director of the Minnesota Clean Water Fund, stressed that people have standards for their local environment.
Based on the continued issuance of clean water fund (CWF) loans to fund capital projects in lieu of cash, the authority's liquidity position has steadily strengthened, increasing to over $38 million in fiscal 2017, or the equivalent of 626 DCOH.