Welcome to the New Mexico Environmental Finance Center
Because of the success of the NM EFC, EPA now funds environmental finance centers in all 10 EPA regions. The centers have banded together to form the Environmental Finance Center Network, creating a collaborative network dedicated to helping state, local and tribal governments meet environmental infrastructure needs and achieve regulatory compliance. (Click on the EFCN link at the top of this page to get information about all the centers.)
Since its creation, the NM EFC has moved well beyond its original focus to include work in water system capacity development, source water protection, tribal water system compliance, tribal operator certification, water regionalization, drought preparedness planning, arsenic rule compliance, leak detection, and asset management. The NM EFC employs staff from multiple disciplines, including engineering, business, planning, science and public administration. We offer a wide range of professional services to partners in government at all levels, as well as to the private and nonprofit sectors.
The NM EFC has programs in:
Environmental Finance Advisory Board|
EPA Environmental Finance Program
EPA Region 6 Drinking Water Program
Rocky Mountain Environmental Finance Center