The New Jersey Water Bank - NJWB (formerly - NJEIFP)
Intended Use Plan (IUP) and Project Priority Lists (CW & DW)
The New Jersey Water Bank (NJWB), which administers New Jersey's State Revolving Fund, is a partnership between the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank (NJIB) to provide low-cost financing for the design, construction, and implementation of projects that help to protect, maintain and improve water quality and projects to ensure safe drinking water.
The priorities and policies of the NJWB are established through this Intended Use Plan (IUP). Projects eligible for financing include a wide variety of wastewater treatment works, stormwater management, drinking water systems, land acquisition, and landfill activities.
Amendments to the Proposed Drinking Water SRF Intended Use Plan Federal Fiscal Year 2020 (and State Fiscal Year 2021)
Published on February 14, 2020
The Project Priority List is a complete compilation of all projects seeking financing through the New Jersey Water Bank (NJWB). Projects must be listed on the Project Priority List to be considered eligible for financial assistance under the NJWB. The Trust enabling Act (P.L.2016, c.30) authorizes NJWB to amend and publish the Project Priority List four (4) times during the fiscal year. Please check the Water Bank Program Publication site for more current publications.
State Fiscal Year 2020:
Interim Financing Program Project Priority List - Amendments: (State Fiscal Year 2020)
Program Contacts Eugene Chebra, Assist. Director, Municipal Finance and Construction,
(609) 292-8961 Scott Shymon, Bureau Chief,
Bureau of Construction, Prog. Development & Administration (609) 292-3114 Gautam Patel, Bureau Chief, Bureau of Environmental, Engineering and Permitting