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Preliminary Regulatory Analyses: Chapter 173-95A WAC Uses and Limitations of the Centennial Clean Water Program and Chapter 173-98 WAC Uses and Limitations of the Pollution Control Revolving Fund

 
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17-10-008April 2017
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Author(s) Shon Kraley, Ph.D.
Description This report presents the determinations made by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) as required under chapters 34.05 RCW and 19.85 RCW, for the proposed amendments to the Uses and Limitations of the Centennial Clean Water Program rule (chapter 173-95A WAC) and the Uses and Limitations of the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund rule (chapter 173-98 WAC) (the “rules”). This includes the:
• Preliminary Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)
• Least-Burdensome Alternative Analysis (LBA)
• Administrative Procedure Act Determinations
• Regulatory Fairness Act Compliance

All determinations are based on the best available information at the time of publication. Ecology encourages feedback (including specific data) that may improve the accuracy of this analysis.

Chapter 173-98 WAC, Uses and Limitations of the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund, sets forth requirements for Ecology’s administration of Washington State's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (CWSRF),and the Water Pollution Control Revolving Administration Account. CWSRF provides financial assistance to public bodies for high-priority water quality projects in the form of low interest rate loans.

Chapter 173-95A WAC, Uses and Limitations of the Centennial Clean Water Program, sets forth requirements for Ecology’s administration of the Centennial Clean Water Program (Centennial). Centennial provides financial assistance to public bodies for high-priority water quality projects in the form of grants and, rarely, low interest rate loans.
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Keywords Rulemaking, Administrative Procedure Act Determinations, Regulatory Fairness Act Compliance, Cost-Benefit Analysis, rule making, SRF, Centennial Program, economic analysis, least burdensome analysis, rule-making, Centennial, Centennial Clean Water Fund, Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund
WEB PAGE Chapter 173-98 WAC Uses and Limitations of the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and Chapter 173-95A WAC Uses and Limitations of the Centennial Clean Water Program