Waste Management
Water and Wastewater
Stormwater, Wetlands and Watersheds

 Featured Work

Utility Financial Sustainability and Rates Dashboards

These free, interactive Rates Dashboards are designed to assist utility managers and local officials to compare and analyze water and wastewater rates against multiple characteristics. Dashboards are available for 10 states, including North Carolina, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Virginia, Illinois (NEW), Ohio (NEW), Texas, Colorado, and South Carolina.

Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model

Use our free Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model to help set water and/or wastewater rates next year by projecting the utility's expenses, revenues from rates, and fund balance for the next few years. Data inputs are minimal, and the tool has been updated to offer several new features and improvements to make it easier to test scenarios and help determine whether the utility needs to adjust rates in order to achieve financial sufficiency.

Setting Water Rates using a Complimentary Excel-based Model

What should your water rates be to cover all of your expenses in the next few years? Join our free webinar on August 11, 2015 from 2:30 - 3:30pm.

This webinar will help water systems answer this question by demonstrating the Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model, a free basic Excel-based tool developed for small water systems. The tool helps water systems determine whether they need to adjust rates, and by how much, in order to achieve financial sufficiency.

Emerging Themes in Environmental Finance: Insights from a Forum of Leaders

The Environmental Finance Center hosted a public forum featuring presentations by prominent environmental finance experts and innovators from a variety of perspectives that cut across geographic regions, sectors, and issues. This event fostered discussion and identified emerging trends, strategies, and ideas in answering the basic “how will we pay” questions at the heart of successful environmental protection. This report summarizes 10 themes that emerged from the forum.