About Envirosult, Corp.
Environsult LLC is leading the way to a brighter and safer future by assisting smaller communities in their infrastructure, water, and environmental needs. We consolidate state & federal regulatory and loan and grant information into a concise and relevant summary for communities. Through this process, we will be able to help the numerous communities that lack available resources to adequately address their infrastructure, water, and environmental needs. At an average project of $75,000 or more, this can correlate to $4 Million annually, initially. Very large numbers of communities have not applied for the various state and federal assistances. Our mission is to guide and support communities, their local governments to discover ways to improve their specific infrastructure, water, environmental needs that impact the health and livelihood of the community. With passion and commitment, we also continue to advise capital market leaders that may be contemplating investments in public and private entities to provide sustainable solutions to communities.
While there are several large or medium market leaders in typical engineering and consulting firms. There are two issues:
1. They need very large projects because of their larger overheads i.e. medium to large cities and companies, and
2. Typical bottom line profitability is in the range of 10 – 12%, if that high.
With our different areas of focus, as explained above, our unique model provides an essential service at roughly 35% or somewhat higher profit margins for our work with smaller cities, their consumers, businesses, etc. Various entities and government agencies are now eager to ensure that communities with diverse backgrounds receive the right solutions for their environmental, water, their businesses or other infrastructure needs at the right time. It is our mission to source, negotiate and provide cost effective, services to our clients. The newer EPA Lead and Copper ruling is one of many new regulatory driving forces and newer regulation drives newer funding sources, playgrounds, infrastructure, water, environmental training.
WIIN addresses, supports and improves America's drinking water infrastructure. Included in the WIIN Act are three new drinking water grants that promote public health and the protection of the environment. Learn More
Public Water System Supervision (PWSS) Grant Program
Since 1976 EPA has annually received a Congressional appropriation under section 1443(a) of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) to assist states, territories, and tribes in carrying out their Public Water System Supervision (PWSS) programs. Learn More
Tribal Public Water System Supervision (PWSS) Grant Program
EPA has reserved a portion of the funds that Congress annually makes available for State PWSS programs to carry out the PWSS programs on tribal lands. Learn More
EPA awards grants to non-profit organizations to provide training and technical assistance to small public water systems, small wastewater systems and private well owners, located in urban and rural communities throughout the U.S. and its territories. Learn More
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program is a federal-state partnership to help ensure safe drinking water. Created by the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) the program provides financial support to water systems and to state safe water programs.Learn More
Drinking Water Infrastructure Grant - Tribal Set-Aside (DWIG-TSA) Program
Community water systems and non-profit, non-community water systems that serve a tribal population are eligible to have projects funded, in whole or in part, with DWIG-TSA funds.Learn More
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Program
The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act of 2014 (WIFIA) established the WIFIA program, a federal credit program administered by EPA for eligible water and wastewater infrastructure projects. The WIFIA program accelerates investment in our nation’s water infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental loans for regionally and nationally significant projects. WIFIA works separately from, but in coordination with, the State Revolving Fund (SRF) programs to provide subsidized financing for large dollar-value projects. Learn More
Other Loans and Grants for Small Drinking Water Systems
Funding for small systems can come from a variety of sources. Learn more about the programs that provide low interest loans and grants available for small system infrastructure planning needs.