Register for a Training 

Take your professional development to the next level by finding specific small water systems training near you or register for an upcoming or pre-recorded webinar.

Get Help

We offer free services to water and wastewater systems, local governments, and others who seek technical, managerial, and financial solutions to environmental infrastructure challenges.

Access Our Resources

From podcasts and blogs to rates dashboards and tools, our small water systems resources inspire creative solutions to complex environmental challenges in your utility or community.

Your one-stop shop for water education.

The Educators Resource Hub is for teachers, school counselors, utility staff, and anyone who wants to teach young people (K-12+) about drinking water, wastewater, water reclamation, and all of the unique and amazing jobs in the water field. Check out EFCN’s water education curriculum, videos, information, tools, and more!

Charting Progress: Celebrating a Decade of EFCN Serving Small Systems

Discover our journey! This report showcases our contributions to small water and wastewater systems nationwide. Check out how we’ve made a big impact on small systems. 

Introducing the NEW Septic-Savvy Newsletter

Septic-Savvy is a new quarterly newsletter aiming to provide you with news, information, and valuable insights to help your community become septic-savvy. Join us in building smarter septic solutions for your community!

Learn on the go by listening to the EFCN Podcast

Are you ready for a fresh perspective on water and wastewater management? The EFCN Podcast is here to quench your curiosity. Learn by listening to water and wastewater industry stories, insights from water sector experts, and more!

Our Mission

The Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN) is a university- and non-profit-based organization creating innovative solutions to the difficult how-to-pay issues of environmental protection and environmental infrastructure.

Our Impact

We create lasting change one community at a time—starting with clean, safe water and how to pay for it.


Water and wastewater professionals trained


Communities and utilities have received direct help from EFCN