Boise State University is the site of the Environmental Finance Center (EFC) for US EPA Region 10. Our mission is to provide help to those facing the “how to pay” challenges of environmental protection. EFC-10 is committed to helping the regulated community build and improve the technical, managerial, and financial capabilities needed to comply with federal and state environmental protection laws. Nine universities in the United States have been designated EFC’s by the Environmental Protection Agency to help states and regulated entities manage environmental mandates required by federal law.
The mission of the Environmental Finance Center at Boise State University is to provide assistance to those facing the “how to pay” issues of environmental compliance and protection. EFC is committed to helping the regulated community build and improve the technical, managerial, and financial capabilities needed to comply with local, state and federal environmental protection laws and Executive Orders.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency designated the EFC at Boise State University to serve the needs of Region 10 – Oregon,Washington, Idaho, and Alaska.
Visit www.epa.gov/efinpage/ for more information on the EFC Network and each of its regional centers.
The EFC Network currently includes the following partners: