NAVY SPECIFIC PROGRAM, RESOURCES, AND POC'S
THE NAVY FUNDING PROCESS
TYPES OF FUNDING
1. Once you have performed the facility audit and
determined which water conservation projects to implement, you
will need to arrange for funding. This Appendix presents a
summary of the submittal and funding process required to obtain
funding for water conservation projects at your facility.
2. Although most water conservation measures
require funding to implement, some water conservation methods can
be considered "low cost/no cost" projects. This means that they
cost less than ,000 and do not qualify as a project in terms
of receiving central funding. Individual activities must fund
these projects. Examples of "low cost/no cost" water
conservation measures include:
Repair of small leaks.
Maintenance of toilets - small part
purchases as required.
c. Reducing bleed-off of cooling tower to
minimum acceptable levels.
Altering irrigation schedules from
afternoon to morning.
3. For projects that do require significant
funding amounts (i.e., greater than ,000), there are two major
funding programs centrally managed by DoD: ECIP and FEMP.
Program, can be used by all Navy activities for projects that are
construction in scope and are greater than 0K in cost. ECIP
projects are defined as those which require more than one year to
execute and demand a significant amount of design.