TABLES WITH DETAILED COST ESTIMATES ON NEW HAMPSHIRE’S DRINKING WATER SUPPLY AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS

 

 

 

Table 1

New Hampshire’s Public Water Supply Program: 

Total Need by Category  (in millions)

 

Type of Need

Total Need

% Total

Transmission and Distribution

$ 233.2

46.7 %

Treatment

$ 105.5

21.1 %

Storage

$ 108.0

21.6 %

Source

$   49.4

  9.9 %

Other

$     3.3

   0.7 %

Total Need

$  499.4

100.0 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 2

New Hampshire’s Public Water Supply Program: 

Total Need by System Size and Type (in millions)

 

System Size

Need

% Total

Large Community Water Supplies (CWSs)

(serving over 50,000 people)

$  44.9

9.0%

Medium  CWSs (serving 3,301 to 50,000 people)

$  90.3

18.1%

Small CWSs (serving 3,300 and fewer people)

$ 317.1

63.5%

Not-for-profit Non Community Water Supplies

$  47.1

9.4%

Total Need

$ 499.4

100.0%

 


 

 

Table 3

New Hamsphire’s Wastewater Programs: 

Total Need by Category ($millions)

 

Type of Need

Total Need

% Total

Treatment

    $     98

    9.3  %

Sewers

    $   150

  14.3  %

Combined Sewer Overflows

    $   460

  43.8  %

Sanitary Sewer Overflows

    $     17

     1.6 %

Landfill Closures

    $   300

   28.6 %

Other

    $     25

     2.4 %

Total Need

    $ 1,050

 100.0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 4

Summary of  New Hampshire’s Estimated Total Needs

And Annual Needs If Distributed over 10 and 20 years 

 

Program

Total

Need

Annual needs if distributed over:

10 years

20 years

Wastewater

$1,050.0

$  105

$  52.5

Water Supply

$   499.4

$   50

$  25

Total

$1,549.4

$ 155

$  77.5

 

 


 

 

 

Table 5

Estimated Annual State and Federal Funding for Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects in New Hampshire for  Fiscal Year 2001 ( in millions)

 

FUNDING SOURCE

GRANTS

LOANS

 

 

 

USEPA/NHDES Wastewater Funding

 

 

EPA State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant

       

   $13.3

State Match to Capitalization Grant

 

   $  2.7

Revolving Loan Repayment Fund

        

   $ 10.5

Wastewater State-Aid Grant (20%-30% Loan Subsidy)[1]

   $  21

 

Landfill State-Aid Grants (20%-30% Loan Subsidy)1

    $ 20

 

Subtotal, Wastewater Funding

            $ 41.0

             $ 26.5

 

 

 

USEPA/NHDES Drinking Water Supply Funding

 

 

EPA State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant

       SRF Loans (with administrative costs deducted)

       Need-based loan relief (up to 30%/year)

 

 

      $  1.9

 

   $  4.3

 

State Match to Capitalization Grant

 

   $  1.5

Revolving Loan Repayment Fund

 

   $  1.8

State-Aid Grant (20%-30% Loan Subsidy)- 

(for Surface Water Treatment Rule compliance only)1

       $  2.0

 

Source Water Protection Land Grants

       $ 1.5

 

Subtotal, Drinking Water Funding

            $  5.4

              $  7.6

 

 

 

USDA Rural Development Administration

            $  2.8

              $  5.3

 

 

 

USHUD/NHOSP Community Development Block Grants

           $ 1.7+/-

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

            $ 53.6

            $ 39.4

 

 



[1] The values of  “State-Aid Grants” for wastewater and water supply infrastructure improvements and  landfill closures are the estimated present values of  these loan subsidies.  Loan periods vary from 5 to  20 years and the interest rates vary with the loan period.  Consequently, the values presented here are an estimate of the present value of future loan subsidies for an assumed portfolio of loans of different maturation periods developed based on the history of these programs.