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00450503-1AL Dept of Environmental ManagementUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (REGULATORY)

Increase of funds (Completion of Partial) to assist the State in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective state-run UST regulatory program for the prevention, detection, and correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum and hazardous substances.
$186,67509/30/2003
98878901-7CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentCOLO. BIO WATCH

Monitoring for biological agents in a defined geographic area.
$1,305,41505/31/2006
96623601-0Coushatta Tribe of TexasSEC.106 CWA TRIBAL WATER PROGRAM & MAINTAIN WATER QUALITY MONITORING

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal year 2006 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00009/30/2007
96119401-1University of New HampshireASSESSING WETLAND FUNCTIONS AND VALUES

The objective of this project is to support and enhance the State of New Hampshire's wetland protection program. Support of such activities is within the intent of the Section 104 (b)(3) of the Clean Water Act which authorizes grants to states and others for projects relating to the causes, effects, extent, prevention, reduction and elimination of pollution. Specifically, the project proposes to develop the New Hampshire Wetland Mapper, an easy-to-use web tool that provides public access to data and techniques that support the study and evaluation of wetlands in New Hampshire based on the "Method for the Comparative Evaluation of Non-tidal Wetlands in New Hampshire" (NH Method). The New Hampshire Wetlands Mapper will offer users regularly updated data from "GRANIT", the NH state GIS clearinghouse hosted by UNH Complex Systems Research Center. It will also allow users to augment or update information and procedures for wetlands mapping and evaluation. The web-based tool will allow the user to explore wetland features and characteristics and use the information in a watershed context to answer questions about wetland functions, identify potential prime wetlands, conduct wetland inventories, and identify potential restoration sites and at-risk wetlands. Information access from a single point will facilitate and enhance the application of the NH Method by community decision-makers, volunteers, and natural resource professionals. The project's team will further develop a public outreach program to teach people how to use the NH Wetland Mapper in wetland inventory and evaluation projects
$102,00706/30/2012
83414201-2Health Care Without HarmTECH SUPPORT-MERCURY REDUCTION IN HOSPITALS

The project is designed to reduce or eliminate mercury use in hospitals and health care clinics in other countries. HCWH has identified 4 hospitals, 2 in Mexico, & one in Brazil & Costa Rica each, to begin working with in the first year.
$525,00004/30/2013
00E08201-0City of ChicagoPROJECT - CITY OF CHICAGO - SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS

This project is to conduct a pilot National Epidemiological and Environmental Assessment of Recreational Water Study (NEEAR) which is a study to study more timely microbial indicators and potential human illness, using the same methods as the National Epidemiological and Environmental Assessment of Recreational Water Study.
$148,80010/30/2007
99885010-1MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$10,573,00005/31/2030
00F20201-1City of TexarkanaCITY OF TEXARKANA, TX PETROLEUM ASSESSMENT

This award provides funding to the City of Texarkana and Arkansas to conduct community-wide assessment at potential brownfields sites conmtaminated with petroleum substances. The grant recipient will conduct site prioritization, then Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation process.
$200,00009/30/2013
96594501-0City of RensselaerPROJECT - CITY OF RENSSELAER - HOUSTON SUBDIVISION SEWER EXTENSION

The Rensselaer Houston Subdivision Sewer Extension Project proposes to construct sewer lines to the Houston Subdivision on the south side of the City of Rensselaer. Currently the homes are served by private septic systems, many of which are failing. The sewage will be pumped to the existing Rensselaer Wastewater Treatment plant.
$723,20012/29/2006
97416301-2University of South Carolina Research FoundationCAPACITY BUILDING GRANT

EXTENSION. Extend the project and budget period from 7/31/02, to 3/1/03.
$74,72903/01/2003
96482207-1Clarinda Triangle Association Inc.SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR COMMUNITIES GROUPS AT NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST SITES

This project provides funds to a qualified citizens group affected by a Superfund site listed or proposed for the National Priorities List (NPL) to hire independent technical advisor(s) to review information generated as a result of the cleanup activities at the Escambia Treating Site and disseminate this information to the affected community.
$85,00007/30/2012
97376701-2MD Dept of the EnvironmentARRA MD STATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides funding to Maryland Department of the Environment under the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009. This project will reduce diesel emissions from a variety diesel sources. Emissions reduction mechanisms to be pursued will include engine repowers, diesel particulate filters, closed crankcase ventilation filtration devices, and idle reduction projects. Applications will be solicited from around the State that will reduce diesel emissions, using cost-effective pollution control strategies and will impact near-term and long-term job creation.
$1,730,00012/31/2011
95422209-1TN Dept of Environment and ConservationSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Tennessee to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$20,238,00009/30/2014
00E25701-1Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySECTION 205(J) WATER QUALITY PLANNING PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2007

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) proposes to use its Fiscal Year 2007 allocation of Section 205(j) funds to support staff developing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) and for pass through grants to develop one or more watershed management plans.
$464,00009/30/2011
97020303-4ID Dept. of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER ACT 106, GROUNDWATER/WELLHEAD PROTECTION

The purpose of this grant extension is to provide continued assistance to the State of Idaho so they can protect and improve the quality of their underground water supplies. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality will use these grant funds to develop and implement plans to restore local ground water areas contaminated by nitrate, develop and promote guidance documents that are protective of ground water, and encourage the use of Best Management Practices that will improve ground water quality. These activities help ensure that Idaho will have adequate supplies of high quality water in the future to ensure human health and economic growth.
$839,74112/31/2008
98778301-0City of CoralvilleCORALVILLE BROWNFIELD HAZARDOUS ASSESSMENT

Brownfields site assessments will be done at suspected hazardous substance properties, specifically about 12 Phase I investigations and 5 Phase II investigations while keeping area residents informed and actively included in the process through community involvement. For properties at which Phase II indicates cleanup is needed, a cost-to-remedy analysis will be provided.
$180,50009/30/2009
96665601-1Sac and Fox NationBASELINE ASSESSMENT OF PESTICIDES USE AND RISK - SPECIAL PURPOSE

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is for a baseline assessment of pesticide usage, past and present, recorded in a database, determine risk to Tribal Members, disseminate project results and EPA literature and determine if a Pesticide Management Plan is required.
$25,03108/31/2009
00E00746-0TOWN OF FISHERSTOWN OF FISHERS

The Town of Fishers will construct sanitary sewers connecting 121 homes in the Cottingham Estates subdivision to the wastewater treatment plant. Currently, these homes are being served by aging, failing on-site septic systems. By removing the ailing septic systems from service, the Town will prevent untreated waste from entering area ground and surface waters. Doing so protects both the water quality as well as public health.
$291,00009/30/2012
97583801-4Old North Dayton Neighborhood AssociationTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT FOR NORTH SANITARY LANDFILL VALLEYCREST

The Old North Dayton Neighborhood Association will use funds to help the community affected by the North Sanitary Landfill also known as the Valleycrest Landfill site. These funds will allow the technical advisor to review documents and advise the organization on all the current information concerning the Valleycrest Landfill and assist the organization in communicating that information and issues to the public.
$200,00001/31/2012
83112801-1DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANT PROGRAM

The goal of the National Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the Evironmental Information Exchange Network (Network) and State and other partners data integration efforts.
$297,70007/31/2006
00408006-1TN Dept of Environment and ConservationAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $1,200,234 which includes In-Kind services in the amount of $130,680 to fund the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation's ongoing program to protect air quality so that it achieves established ambient air standards and protects human health.
$1,212,21109/30/2006
97884401-2Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE TRIBE FY10 OUTREACH LEAD

This grant will provide funds to conduct lead poisoning outreach activities on the Spirit Lake Reservation, ND. Activities will include workshops on lead education, visits to schools, and preliminary lead assessments at tribal housing units.
$75,00007/31/2011
83189301-0Middlebury CollegeDEMONSTRATING THE FEASIBILITY OF A BIOFUEL-

SMALL GRANT: Demonstrate the feasibility, production and use of biodiesel from waste oil feedstock and bio-based methanol at Middlebury College.
$7,56009/30/2005
82990701-1City of FullertonVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES.

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWSID No. CA3010010
$115,00003/31/2003
96612401-1Coushatta Tribe of TexasALABAMA-COUSHATTA

The objectives of this project are to develop the capability to manage specific programs and establish a core program for environmental protection. The project activities include ameliorating tribal community open trash pits, providing outreach and awareness related to the environment and closing the open trash pit sites.
$58,70009/30/2007
83344601-3Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyINTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF MULTIPLE GREENHOUSE GASES, CLIMATE IMPACTS AND POLLUTION

This project will improve models and their underlying data and scenarios for the assessment of both climate change and the linkages between climate change and air pollution, both of which are important issues for research and policy. It will also assess the economic implications to assist decision makers and the public in effectively responding to the challenges and opportunities posed by climate change.
$600,00012/31/2011
97939001-0Arizona Clean & BeautifulRCRA 8001 -CAMPUS RECYCLING IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

This provides full funding in the amount of $22,500 to support the Campus Recycling In Rural Communities Project which will replicate a model educational solid waste reduction/recycling program to develop student recycling clubs in rural Northern Arozona elementary and middle schools.
$22,50009/14/2003
96548501-0Ohio Department of CommerceOHIO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE - LUST

Ohio Petroluem Website Improvement Project. Enhancements to the Ohio BUSTR database and web site to improve the new OH Petroleum Brownfield Program.
$27,00009/30/2005
83510801-0National Nursing Centers ConsortiumDC PRE-NATAL & EARLY CHILDHOOD PROVIDER TRNG INITIATIVE

National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) has proposed a one-year capacity building and primary prevention project to build the capacity of Washington DC's social service providers and families to prevent vulnerable populations including pregnant mothers, infants and children from being exposed to home-based multi-media environmental hazards. They will establish a steering committee, train 240 social service providers, provide in-home primary prevention education to 100 pregnant women, develop a mapping tool to track the incidence of in-home environmental hazards in DC, and host four presentations to increase awareness about available environmental health services.
$100,00009/30/2012
00900903-0Ventura County APCDFY-2003 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This provides full funding in the amount of $1,162,145 for continued support of CAA Section 105 program to assist the delegated air quality agency in carrying out their statutory requirements.
$1,162,14509/30/2003
83318601-0Rutgers UniversityEVALUATING POINT-NONPOINT SOURCE WATER QUALITY TRADING IN A RARITAN RIVER BASIN SUB-WATERSHED

SMALL GRANT- This project will test the theory that, if designed appropriately on a sub-watershed basis, water quality trading markets can provide a cheaper alternative to costly treatment plant upgrades while addressing nonpoint sources of pollution from stormwater runoff and achieving water quality standard limits.
$10,00008/31/2007
97881401-3CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLO. DWSRF - ARRA

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) stimulus grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It provides a source of financing for the construction of water treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, program administration and technical assistance activities. The primary purpose of the stimulus grant through the DWSRF are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$34,352,00012/31/2013
97549401-1Nottawaseppi Huron Band of PotawatomiRADON MONITORING AND EDUCATION PROJECT

THIS ACTION IS IN RESPONSE TO THE RECIPIENT'S REQUEST DATED MAY 22, 2002.

ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.
$13,29107/30/2003
96033401-0Sustainable ConnectionsSMART GROWTH IN A HIGH GROWTH, SMALL COMMUNITY

This project will include innovative educational opportunities and direct technical assistance to developers that will increase understanding of Smart Growth and increase the likelihood of future Smart Growth development in our community. Specifically it will: coordinate two Site Tours, coordinate a full day workshop on green neighborhood development standards, and coordinate a free Design Charette.
$20,80004/30/2007
96435105-1Land-of-Sky Regional CouncilSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE

This action provides federal funds in the amount of $32,000 to Land-of-Sky Regional Council for the development and distribution of a guidance document on the use of Energy Saving Performance Contracting as a means to implement energy saving projects. The project will result in enery use reduction, reduced air pollution, and reduced water use from use of the guidance document.
$32,00006/30/2008
97473803-2City of TupeloCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

Construction of new 10.5 MGD wastewater treatment facility
$1,306,70012/31/2007
97802401-1Colorado State UniversityINITIAL PROPOALS TO BE FUNDED FROM THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY ALLOCATION

Implementation of Tools for Schools Indoor Air Quality Program in tribal schools in South Dakota.
$32,00009/30/2005
00F38301-0Southeastern Louisiana UniversityCLEAN AIR ACT FOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY TO REDUCE ASTHMA AND OTHER RESPIRATORY DISEASES

The grantee will assist the Tangipahoa Parish Schools (LA) in the design of Tools for Schools projects that will help the schools structure their Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Management plans to meet the needs and resources of the district.
$38,00003/31/2013
82847001-5GA Dept of Natural ResourcesCOASTAL 2000 INITIATIVE-- ASSESSING GEORGIA'S ESTUARIES AND THE ATLANTIC OCEAN (EMAP)

To assess the condition of the coastal and estuarine resources of the State of Georgia and to develop a state-wide better assessment of the condition of water quality in coastal Georgia.
$841,38008/14/2006
00529713-2Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - LUST

WDNR will oversee the remediation of leaking underground storage tank sites impacting soil and/or groundwater
$923,96012/31/2004
97022101-1Union Soil & Water Conservation DistrictDIRECT SEED INCENTIVE AND SMOKE MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENTS

Direct Seed Incentive Program and Smoke Management Improvements to provide incentive by demonstrating economic effectiveness to agricultural producers to switch to direct seed/annual cropping systems, improve field burning and smoke management measures and provide public education on health impacts from smoke.
$21,20010/31/2005
98689401-4Texas General Land OfficeBEACH MONITORING-TEXAS BEACH WATCH PROGRAM

The funds for this grant are to be used "to develop and implement programs for monitoring and notification for coastal recreation waters adjacent to beaches or similar points of access that are used by the public." The funds are intended "to support the development of coastal recreation water monitoring and public notification programs."
$446,60712/31/2004
98182601-0Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansOUTREACH EDUCATION AWARENESS

Childhood Blood-Lead Screening and Lead Awareness Outreach for Indian Tribes
$125,00009/30/2004
83333101-1Texas Commission on Environmental QualityTHE TEXAS ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMICAL, AND EFFICIENT ENERGY PLAN (TE4 PLAN)

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) will work cooperatively to develop the Texas Environmental, Economical, and Efficient Energy Plan (TE4 Plan). This plan will result in a greater level of understanding about environmental benefits, including air pollution reductions, associated with clean energy measures in Texas.
$75,00010/30/2008
54000209-2WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWEST VIRGINIA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of West Virginia to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$61,092,10012/31/2015
00E86001-3Lenawee Intermediate School DistrictARRA - CLEAN DIESEL - LENAWEE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Lenawee Intermediate School District in conjunction with seven local public school district will achieve the objective of reducing the harmful pollutants that are found within traditional diesel exhaust through addition of diesel particulate filters and closed crankcase ventilation technology to 41 of the participant school districts pre-2005 model year school buses. This will significantly reduce the percentage of harmful pollutants found within the diesel exhaust of school buses used for the purpose of transporting K-12 aged children.
$1,230,69606/30/2011
00404910-1KY Energy and Environment CabinetHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT STATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This project will ensure the safe management of wastes and the cleanup of releases. Allow for issuance of permits, permit renewals, or other approved controls. In addition, will focus on materials management and energy issues.
$1,805,13110/01/2010
83105601-1National Rural Water AssociationASSIST SMALL WATER SYSTEMS IN CONDUCTING SECURITY VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS

To assist small water systems conduct vulnerability assessments as required in Title IV of the Public Health Security and Bio-terrorism Preparedness Response Act of 2002.
$1,987,00008/31/2005
98843701-3Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council

Development and implementation of program to manage underground storage tanks and leaking underground storage tanks.
$70,77809/30/2003
97830601-ARimini Community IncorporatedTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This award provides funds to obtain technical assistance to help the Rimini community affected by the Upper Tenmile Mining Area Superfund Site.
$240,00012/31/2012
96625201-0University of Louisiana at Lafayette'05 WASTEWATER OUTREACH OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

This Grant is to allow the Louisiana Water & WastewaterTraining Center at University of Louisiana - Lafayette to assist small communities with less than 5MGD dicharge to solve operational problems by providing no-cost on-site technical assistance. The objective of this program is to improve water quality by assisting small communities in solving wastewater treatment operation and maintenance problems and allow them to meet or maintain compliance with their wastewater discharge requirements which is the purpose as outlined in the statutory authority - Section 104 (g) of the Clean Water Act.
$32,80005/14/2007
83043101-3Colorado School of MinesDERMAL ABSORPTION FROM CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS MEASUREMENTS AND PREDICTION

To support research to develop models and measurement methods to estimate dermal absorption of chemical contaminants from sediment.
$365,00008/14/2007
97275605-1Society for the Cons. and Study of Caribbean BirdsCOMMUNITY WETLANDS EDUCATION

This project provides funding to the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds to provide community education on a significant environmental concern in the Caribbean: threats to and destruction of wetlands; it focuses on Cano Tiburones, one of the most significant. The Society is partnering with the Puerto Rican Ornithological Society to conduct workshops in Arecibo to provide educators, students and the community with an understanding of how stewardship for wetlands can reduce pollution. An additional program goal is forming a local wetlands support group.
$40,00012/30/2006
98127601-5Town of BerlinBROWNFIELDS CLEAN UP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Clean Up Revolving Loan Fund
$1,58109/30/2007
98755001-2Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA DATABASE UPGRADES TO SUPPORT PERMIT COMPLIANCE SYSTEM MODERNIZATION

The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System issued and managed through Iowa is being upgrade to the new Integrated Compliance Information System. This amendment extends the budget and project period until June 30, 2007 for the completion of the project.
$200,00003/31/2008
83132301-1New Mexico Environment DepartmentENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANT PROGRAM

The goal of the National Environmental Exchange Grant Program is to advance the Environmental Information Exchange Network (Network) and State and other partners data integration efforts.
$297,70012/31/2005
98955301-2Bear River Band Of Rohnerville RancheriaFY-01/02 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This amendment decreases EPA funding by $5,698, from $94,674, to $88,976, in accordance with your final Financial Status Report dated October 9, 2002. The unexpended funds have been carried forward to I-98955303-1.
$88,97606/30/2002
99465799-3NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER QUALITY NPS IMPLEMENTATION - SEC. 319(H)

This amendmend hereby extends the budget and project period to December 31, 2004 to complete the Bacterial Source Tracking Project.
$4,642,60009/30/2005
00622405-1Oklahoma Corporation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL

Funds will be utilized by the recipient for some or all of the following purposes: regulation review, program plan development, data management, inventory of injection facilities, identification of aquifers, public participation, technical assistance and review, program plan development, data management, inventory of injection facilities, identification of aquifers, public participation, technical assistance and review, permit approval and enforcement, and surveillance and investigation.
$327,30006/30/2005
97339901-1University of Maryland College ParkFISCAL YEAR 2006 AGRICULTURAL AND SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION OF THE NUTRIENT SUBCOMMITTEE

The purpose of this project is to provide agricultural nonpoint source expertise in meeting the agricultural nutrient and sediment reduction water quality goals to restore the Chesapeake Bay. The Agricultural coordinator will provide technical and policy expertise on such topics as technology, nutrient imbalances, controlling manure nutrient loads to the Bay, accelerating implementation of the agricultural nutrient and sediment reduction efforts in the Tributary Strategies, and tracking progress through monitoring data and modeling tools. This award includes $7,800 of EPA in-kind.
$97,78007/31/2011
83434301-1Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnURBAN FOOD COOP TO SUPPORT LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM

This project proposes to develop and a small-scale local food network, the Urban Food Leadership Co-op, in and around Lincoln, Nebraska. The co-op will improve the viability of an urban food system by recruiting gardeners interested in using sustainable agricultural practices to grow food for both their own families and local food systems.
$9,94612/31/2010
83334801-2Ohio State University Research FoundationPARTNERSHIP FOR INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY IN CENTRAL OHIO-

The proposed project will develop a systems-level model of resource flows and interdependencies in Central Ohio. Drawing on this model, the researchers plan to develop and implement decision tools incorporating thermodynamic life cycle assessment, impact assessment, system dynamics, and multi-objective cost benefit analysis to enable more effective use of materials and reduce waste. Finally the researchers will disseminate the results to stakeholders through websites, educational materials, and public meetings.
$299,58102/28/2012
97841301-0Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal CouncilCRST EPD

This award provides funds to the Cheyenne River Tribe for the oversight and corrective action of petroleum releases from tanks, as well as for enforcement activities related to such corrective action.
$33,08709/30/2009
98852103-3Fort Belknap Community CouncilPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Agency assistance to continue to provide the Fort Belknap Tribes with the flexibility to address their highest environmental priorities while addressing core requirements.
$417,50709/30/2003
83303001-1Seattle Bio-Medical Research InstituteSEATTLE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

This project will investigate virulence factor genes of Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC), a waterborne pathogen to improve the predictive value of drinking water monitoring.
$442,02103/30/2010
00950808-0HI Dept of HealthFY-08 TSCA COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM

Compliance monitoring activities to determine compliance of regulated entities with asbestos in schools rule (inspection of school buildings for presence of asbestos-containing building materials, development of management plan to address asbestos hazards, etc.) and training/accreditation requirements under the asbestos Model Accreditation Plan for regulated asbestos activities conducted in public and commercial buildings. This action provides partial EPA assistance in the amount of $150,000 for these activities.
$150,00009/30/2008
97660701-1Pueblo of LagunaWATER QUALITY PROGRAM

Development and continuation of the Water Quality Management Program including a sampling regime to assess surface water quality, data compilation and development of water quality standards.
$108,00003/31/2006
82860201-1The University of MontanaCENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES-

Establish a new Center for Environmental Health Sciences at UM. The Center's mission will be to improve public health through research and dissemination of information on mechanisms of human diseases that are caused or impacted by toxic agents in the environment.
$780,00009/30/2004
96667701-0North Central Texas Council of GovernmentsNORTH CENTRAL TEXAS CLEAN SCHOOL BUS PROGRAM: BLUE SKYWAYS

This cooperative agreement is to provide assistance to the North Central Texas Council of Governments - to award subgrants to schools, school districts, and school bus operators through a competitive call for projects. Eligible projects will include any EPA or California Air Resources Board (CARB) certified or verified pollution reduction technologies, including retrofits, upgrades, or bus/engine replacement projects. Replacing and/or retrofitting the greatest number of in-service school buses in the region to net the greatest NOx emission reductions, in addition to reducing other pollutants such as PM, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and carbon monoxide (CO). Replacement of approximately five to six school buses at a 45 percent funding level. Replacing six 1990 model year school buses with 2008 model year school buses. The results of the project will be Reduction of diesel exhaust emissions to aid in the regional effort to Demonstrate attainment of the ozone standard. Reduction in diesel exhaust emissions is to protect the health of school aged children and promote a greater awareness by school officials, school staff, and parents on the importance of such activities.
$200,00005/31/2010
96406004-3City of Myrtle BeachCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This is an amendment to assist in the construction of an upgraded, comprehensive storm sewer system in the Pavilion Area of Myrtle Beach, SC. This particular phase includes the construction the replacement and upgrading of the storm sewers between 4th Avenue North and 8th Avenue North.
$1,888,30006/30/2011
83138901-2Eleanor ElyPRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF VOLUNTEER MONITOR NEWSLETTER

Produce and distribute two issues of national publication about volunteer monitoring of waterbodies and watersheds.
$210,00010/31/2006
97580504-1Forest County Potawatomi CommunityFOREST COUNTY POTAWATOMI COMMUNITY - GAP

The Indian Environmental General Assistance Program Act of 1992 (42 U.S.C. 4368b) establishes an Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (GAP) that provides grants to eligible tribal government's or inter-tribal consortia to cover the cost of planning, developing and establishing tribal environmental protection programs consistent with other applicable provisions of law providing for enforcement of such laws by Indian tribes on Indian land. The GAP funds will be expended for the purpose of planning, developing and establishing a tribes capacity to implement programs administered by USEPA and specified in the assistance agreement. Purposes and programs authorized under the Act include the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for Indian lands.
$224,00003/31/2011
97461302-1KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetCHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION GRANTS PROGRAM

NEW AWARD. Objectives: This grant will use the funds for education, compliance monitoring, and enforcement activities with respect to subject sources' implementation of a compliant Risk Management Program and development of a compliant Risk Management Plan. Funds will be used for inspection/audit training for regional office inspectors around the state which will enhance implementation of its delegated 112(r) program.
$10,96809/30/2003
97695501-1Kaw Nation of OklahomaWATER QUALITY MONITORING PROJECT

Continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal year 2005 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$107,49212/31/2006
95447310-4SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action provides partial funding in the amount of $141,439 to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control to improve or enhance the state's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties by allowing the State to provide technical and management assistance to EPA at National Priorities List (NPL), NPL caliber and Federal sites of interest in South Carolina in the form of document reviews and comments, consultations, meeting attendance and field inspections during remedial response actions.
$369,37809/30/2011
99210103-1County of Union Div. of Environmental Health & Emerg. Mgmt.DIV. OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Air Pollution Control Program
The funds are provided to continue air pollution control and air quality maintenance program activities directed to the protection of public health, welfare and safety. (partial award)
$45,26406/30/2003
00450607-3TN Dept of Environment and ConservationSTATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This action approves an increase of $497,325 to an original committment to further assist the State of Tennessee in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program. An additional $1,000 in carryover money is alos included in this action for a total increase of $498,324. This increase is designed to help the State implement the provisions of the Energy Act of 2005. The State also requests a grant extension to September 30, 2008.
$685,00009/30/2009
98198401-0City of Fall RiverCSO ABATEMENT & CONTROL CONST. & ENGRG.

Engineering and construction management of CSO abatement and control project
$433,65012/01/2004
83161201-2Wash. Village Pigtown Neighborhood Plan. CouncilOPERATION: CLEAN AND HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD

WVPNPC, in collaboration with its partners, will implement
a sanitation campaign that will establish a sanitation workgroup, distribute a manual on proper trash disposal, offer residents information about free city transfer stations, and share information about cleanup efforts to reduce trash and create more green spaces throughout the community.
$100,00012/31/2007
97838401-1CO Department of Labor & EmploymentCO DOLE FY06 LUST A: 1

This award provides funds to Colorado Department of Labor & Employment for the oversight and corrective action for petroleum releases from tanks, as well as for enforcement activities related to such corrective action.
$87,00009/30/2008
96630201-3New Mexico Highlands UniversityMECHANICAL BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

The project will evaluate the financial, economic and technical feasibility of utilizing Mechanical Biological Treatment system in the Solid Waste Management arena within the New Mexico area. The study will include evaluation of the following: feasibility of commercially available MBT and in-vessel composting systems; economic feasibility study for the city of Las Vegas concerning solid waste management options, specifically cost, installation, and operation of MBT system.
$396,80012/31/2009
95443810-0Louisville & Jefferson Co. MSDCONGRESSIONAL MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $216,500 to the Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District for rehabilitation of the sewer lines inside Beechwood Village, Kentucky, by installing a reconstruction or a cure-in-place pipe liner. The project is located in the Silver Little watershed (HUC # 05140101) and an EPA Categorical Exclusion Determination was issued on March 19, 2010.
$216,50010/31/2011
98183801-1LakeNetENHANCING LAKENET'S PROGRAMS FOR LAKE CHAMPLAIN

This project will:
1) Increase awareness in the Lake Champlain basin about lake management throughout the world;
2) Determine feasiblity of creating an exhibit on world lakes;
3) Conduct strategic planning with Lake Champlain partners.
$75,00009/30/2005
97531101-3Central Lake Superior Land ConservancyLAKE SUPERIOR BINATIONAL PROGRAM

Scope of Work (Major); Time Extension (Amendment)
Continue to provide financial support necessary to ensure that the public interest is represented in the ongoing binational activities related to the development of the LaMP. The grant will provide support for coordinating information among the various programs, and agencies through the Developing Sustainability Committee of the Lake Superior Land Conservancy Clean Water Act Section 104(b)(3) program during FY 2002.
$78,00007/31/2003
00640404-1Oklahoma Corporation CommissionUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (UST) PROGRAM

Regulated underground storage tank program. Continue implementation of UST program as required by Section 9002, Subtitle 1 of the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
$525,00006/30/2005
96418105-0Eastern Band Of Cherokee IndiansEASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS

This project is a water quality monitoring study to determine the conditions of two sub-watersheds on a 3200 Acre Tract located on the west end of the Qualla Boundary. Sampling will be conducted over a two-year period to collect data necessary to identify possible stream remediation projects and point and non-point pollution sources.
$30,00009/30/2007
98277601-0Citizen Policy & Education Fund of NJCITIZEN POLICY & ED FUND OF NJ -EJ

A grant agreement is provided to the Citizen Policy and Education Fund of NJ to assist in a project entitled Tenant Sampling and Lead Abatement Enforcement.
$20,00009/30/2003
00747607-1Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY09-10 COMBINED 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING GRANT

This project will improve water quality by conducting water quality monitoring and assessment; implementing Missouri's water quality standards; conducting water quality planning activities and effectively administering grant and subgrant funds.
$671,00006/30/2015
97840201-2ERWC Eagle Mine LTD.EAGLE MINE TAG

Grant funds will be used to contract a technical advisor to help the community affected by the Eagle River Superfund site to understand information contained in EPA technical documents and to understand the issues/decisions that need to be made related to site cleanup. The information provided by the technical advisor will be shared with the broader community to aid them in the understanding of the site-related technical information, allowing the community to meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process and provide comments that can influence the clean-up levels and remedies so they are more protective of community health.
$50,00010/01/2012
98900001-1American Lung Association of CACAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - OPEN AIRWAYS/IMPERIAL COUNTY

The program objectives will demonstrate to 330 elementary school children with asthma in ways to manage their "asthma triggers" through participation in the American Lung Association Open Airways in Schools education program. Asthma is the leading cause of school absentism due to a chronic illness. This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $10,000. Preaward costs are approved back to 11/01/2007.
$20,00010/31/2009
97718801-1Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central MissouriBIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL MISSOURI

The goal for this community-based program is to teach students about environmental stewardship through a series of environmental education activities.The focus of the community based program is to instill environmental stewardship through envrionmental education classroom activities and real-life outdoor experiences. Topics for the program will include recycling, solar energy, plants, and habitats.
$15,00009/30/2011
96602501-1New Mexico Environment DepartmentVOLUNTARY PROGRAM FOR OZONE REDUCTIONS

San Juan VISTAS (Voluntary Innovative Strategies for Today's Air Standards) purpose is to identify, promote and implement innovative cost-effective technologies and Best Management Practices to reduce ozone precursor emissions (specifically oxides of nitrogen abd volatile organic compounds) and greenhouse gas emissions in San Juan, Rio Arriba and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico.
$84,00009/01/2007
98673001-1Miami Tribe of OklahomaFY 2001 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Conduct Water Quality Monitoring Activities and Update the GIS Database
$87,47807/31/2002
97447702-1North Carolina State UniversityDEVELOPMENT/IMPLEMENTATION OF A HAND-OPERATED, METERED, CLOSED SYSTEM APPLICATOR

NEW AWARD. Objectives: (1) To modify the Select-A-Feed Jr. Marathon applicator into a closed system applicator for Di-Syston 15 G with a reusable valve for transmitting the material from a bulk container to the applicator device. (2) To field test the unit for efficacy and accuracy.
$12,95206/30/2003
96099701-0City of MarysvilleCITY OF MARYSVILLE BROWNFIELDS PROJECT

This agreement will fund the cleanup of three areas of the Crown Pacific/Interfor site that have been identified as being contaminated by hazardous materials. The project will result in cleanup of approximately ten percent of the City of Marysville waterfront property for future reuse.
$200,00009/30/2012
00354004-1WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER POLLUTION - WVDEP25143

This amendment increases Federal funds by $1,290,753 and updates award conditions in support of the FY2004 Water Pollution Control Program to establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of water pollution.
$1,484,96109/30/2004
00304105-1Allegheny County Health DepartmentAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

To assist the Allegheny County Health Department in planning, developing, establishing, improving, and maintaining adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards.
$626,76909/30/2005
97441301-2Dauphin Island Sea LabGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM

Identify, characterize and organize relevant data and information recorded for specific algal bloom events from across the gulf with a focal on AL, MS, and LA.
$49,94303/31/2004
96943901-0Hawaii Nature CenterENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - HAWAIIAN WATERSHEDS FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $20,000. "Hawaiian Watersheds from the Mountains to the Sea" allows teachers and students to participate in HNC's Watershed curriculum. A three-part program consisting of project oriented, hands-on and investigative Wetland, Forest, and Coastal experiences, it follows a detailed action plan created by environmental educators and classroom teachers. The plan is to teach science and instill an environmental ethic in the hearts and minds of our next generation. A cornerstone of this program is the belief that to make a personal connection with nature and to be well informed about Hawaii's natural environment are among the first steps to becoming wise stewards. Pre-award back to September 1, 2005 has been approved.
$20,00010/31/2006
97831501-1Fort Belknap Community CouncilSAFE DRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE

To install the surge protection device on the outside of the Ft. Belknap Water Treatment Facility.
$18,10005/31/2009
98398201-3MD Dept of the EnvironmentA REGIONAL APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RESPONSE-BASED NUTRIENT CRITERION FOR WADEABLE STREAMS.

This award provides Federal funds of $148,000 for this initiative to identify the level of nutrients associated with stream impairment.
$148,00001/30/2007
96580501-0City of Michigan City IndianaFY 2006 - CITY OF MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA - BROWNFIELD CLEAN-UP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement is being prepared for the City of Michigan City to provide the recipient with funding for their Brownfield Cleanup activities. USEPA is initiating a brownfield cooperative agreement for the City of Michigan City to conduct Cleanup activities of contaminated soils at the Benz Enterprises LLC Boat Storage Facility. The funds will be used for the development of remedial work plans, the implementation of remedial/closure activities and community involvement activities for the remediation of contaminated soils. The statutory authority that relates to this action are 40 CFR 31 and 30;CERCLA 104[k][2] & [3]; and CFDA 66.818
$200,00009/30/2007
83249001-0Iowa State UniversityRENEWABLE RESOURCES TO POWER A UNIVERSITY - A MODEL FOR REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

SMALL GRANT - This project will develop a system model for a renewable energy system and investigate the local economic effects of various factors on that system which will be applied to the Federal University in Vicosa (UFV), a university community in Brazil. A systems analysis of the UFV energy system based on a model of current imports, production, consumption, and exports of energy as well as the cost of energy will be performed.
$9,96009/30/2006
83037101-0Nat. Trust for Historic Preservation in the U.SSMALL GRANT- NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION/ SMART GROWTH FOR SCHOOLS-

To develop outreach materials that will help communicate opportunities for more environmentally responsible school sitings and locations.
$20,00007/31/2003
00E45701-2Clare CountyCLARE COUNTY BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The City of Clare County located in Michigan has been awarded $200,000.00 to fund a Brownfield (BF) Assessment Cooperative Agreement (CA) to encourage the reuse of property impacted or perceived to be impacted by petroleum contaminants. The recipient will inventory, characterize, assess and conduct planning and community involvement activities to encourage the revitalization and reuse of brownfield sites. The primary expected output is the completion of an inventory of approximately 50 sites; and approximately 20 Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), 12 Phase II ESAs, 6 Baseline Environmental Assessments (BEAs), Due Care Plans and 12 Brownfield Plans. The expected outcome is the beneficial reuse of brownfield sites in Clare County that have been potentially contaminated with petroleum substances to position them for redevelopment.
$200,00009/30/2012
96480007-3FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM

This project supports the Gulf Alliance Governor's Action Plan priority issue area of "Water Quality for Healthy Beaches and Shellfish Beds." It specifically supports the Water Quality Goal # 3 "Improve government efficiency in water quality monitoring." This project focuses on working with each of the Gulf States and their federal and local partners to encourage monitoring and analytical consistency for a key set of water quality parameters.
$485,31806/30/2012
96907701-0Santa Ynez Band Of Mission IndiansSWDA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - TRIBAL SOLID WASTE PROGRAM

The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians will conduct activities that facilitate cleanup, closure and compliance of an automotive junkyard and open dump sites within the reservation. The Tribe will also develop and implement mechanisms including enforcement, education, and outreach that will promote proper management and recycling of solid waste on the reservation.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $39,000.
$39,00010/31/2010
98844801-1Northern Arapahoe TribeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS

Develop public information materials and environmental policies for activity pertaining to clean water and safe drinking water.
$9,42709/30/2002
98993501-3Kaibab Band of Paiute IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP) II

This amendment increases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $130,000 from $459,122 to the revised total of $589,122. The objective of the project is the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for tribes.
$589,12208/31/2005
96039501-3Native Village of ChenegaINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This grant will build the Native Village of Chenega's environmental capacity by: improved administrative practices; increased programmatic capacity; hiring an intern; tribal education; improved solid waste management and pollution prevention.
$330,11809/30/2010
83109401-0Behavioral Toxicology SocietyDEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH MODELS FOR NEUROBEHAVIORAL TOXICOLOGY-

SMALL GRANT-This symposium will cover the opportunities offered by the zebrafish model and present data concerning its use in the study of the molecular basis of neurodevelopment.
$2,50009/30/2003
00511601-3Great Lakes CommissionLAKE SUPERIOR HUMAN HEALTH COMMITTE WEBSITE:

To design and construct Web pages that include information of importance of Human Health Discussion paper for the LaMP. These pages will meet the mandate of the Committee and will provide easy access to pertinent issues to a broad audience over the Internet.

ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.

THIS ACTION IS IN ACCORDANCE TO THE RECIPIENT'S REQUEST DATED JUNE 27, 2002.
$30,00009/30/2003
83422101-0The Regents of the University of CaliforniaOUTREACH RESULTING FROM THE INTERNATIONAL WATER CONFERENCE

This project is for outreach to exchange conference materials and provide feedback to water quality stakeholders on innonvative approaches to address water scarcity and global change effects on water availability and quality.
$14,00012/31/2009
98695901-0Downtown Action Team Inc.FRUIT AVENUE PLUME SUPERFUND SITE

Grant funds will be used to contract a technical advisor to help the community affected by the Fruit Avenue site understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to site cleanup, and to understand the implications of some of the site-related decisions that need to be made. The information may be technical or health related. The information provided by the technical advisor will be shared with the broader community to help all the affected community members, not just the Downtown Action Team, understand the variety of issues related to site cleanup. With a better understanding of site-related, technical information, the community can more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process, and can influence the clean-up levels and remedies so they are more protective of community health and more in line with community needs.
$50,00005/28/2005
99108004-1Maine D.H.H.S.DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN

Award of remaining 2004 capitalization grant funds for Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) infrastructure loans to public water systems.
$8,303,10012/31/2014
15000105-0HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (CW SRF)

2004 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawaii in the amount of $10,264,221 will provide assistance to public wastewater treatment works and related infrastructure. Funds are also used for funding watershed based water quality improvement projects.
$10,264,22109/30/2011
97141901-2Univ. of Vermont and State Agricultural CollegeNEW ENGLAND LAKE BEACHES WORKSHOP

The Lake Champlain Sea Grant program will conduct and organize a workshop to provide tools and guidance for state and local governments interested in reducing beach closures at freshwater lakes. The workshop will be held in the Spring of 2006 and will target Vermont and New Hampshire communities.
$5,00011/30/2006
97713101-2Beacon Hill Homeowners AssociationBEACON HILLS FOUR NEIGHBORHOOD LOTS BROWNFIELD CLEANUP

This award provides funding to the Beacon Hill Neighborhood to be used to conduct cleanup at four residential properties contaminated with hazardous substances. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation processes and clean-up planning.
$160,00009/30/2012
95484912-0FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $898,594 the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund activities at the Sate of Florida that will improve or enhance the state's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, site investigations and site assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse.
$898,59409/30/2013
96905501-0CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdWATER QUALITY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - TMDL'S FOR MARINA DEL REY HARBOR

This assistance award provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $150,000 for development of TMDL toxics for the Marina Del Rey Harbor back basins. This project will monitor wet-weather runoff from land-use areas for metals and other impairing pollutants contained in the 2002 303(d) list. The total approved project cost is $150,000.
$150,00010/31/2005
00740498-1Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFY 98 CWA 319(H) PROGRAM

FY 98 CWA 319(H) Program to implement the nonpoint source management programs.
$2,390,60009/30/2004
99623617-1TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardTSSWCB FY2010 319(H) NPS CATEGORICAL

The activities as described in the workplans will support the approved State Management Plan. Incremental funds will be used in priority watershed and/or development of implementation of TMDLs. Workplan deliverables include structural and nonstructural BMP implementation for surface and ground water activities, EPA approved QAPPs when applicable, monitoring information, Education and Outreach activities including watershed group formation, Semi-Annual Reports, draft and final reports describing the success of the NPS monitoring and management practices.
$4,578,70009/30/2015
98783201-2City of Fort MadisonCITY OF FORT MADISON - INFRASTRUCTURE

Construction of a new reverse osmosis water treatment plant, additional wells and transmission main for the City of Ft. Madison. In addition to increasing capacity, the project will protect from the 100-year flood, improve chlorine contact time, improve source water quality and enhance facility security.
$1,254,10012/31/2010
96583201-2Stephenson County IllinoisSTEPHENSON COUNTY - BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - PETROLEUM

This cooperative agreement is being prepared to provide the County of Stephenson with brownfield funding to conduct petroleum assessment activities The project supports Goal 4, Healthy Communities and Ecosystems. Specifically, the County will inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct planning and community involvement activities to encourage revitalization and resuse of brownfields sites. Furthermore, Objective 4.2, Communities, the recipient will continue to solicit advice and input from community leaders by attending neighborhood meetings and focusing on educating the Stephenson County residents on what constitutes a Brownfields, the associated health and safety hazards, and the process needed to remediate the property. Finally, the project meets the Sub-Objective, 4.2.3, Assesses and Cleanup Brownfields because the recipient and other groups will play a crucial and instrumental role in engaging the residents of Stephenson County and establishing goals for the redevelopment of the brownfields sites in the country.
$200,00009/30/2009
98062001-5Northern Arizona UniversitySOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS FOR ALASKA TRIBES

This amendment extends the project/budget period of this assistance agreement September 30, 2004 to allow the recipient time to "continue existing project activities," per the letter from the recipient to the Project Officer dated March 25, 2004.

This action also amends Condition #12 of this assistance agreement.
$437,20009/30/2004
96535201-1Michigan Technological UniversityTORCH LAKE REMEDIATION MONITORING BY LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS

Local high school students perform long-term monitoring of bird and plant diversity and soil fertility on post-remedial portions of Torch Lake Superfund Site. This monitoring activity is coordinated by MTU.
$32,35011/30/2006
97578008-2Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER ACT SECTION 1443(B) - UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) is committed to implementing a comprehensive state Underground Injection Control (UIC) program covering all five classes of injection wells. The primary role of this program is to implement and enforce UIC regulations. Under the terms of a federal/state primary agreement between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and WDNR, WDNR has been designated the lead state regulatory agency responsible for administration of Wisconsin's UIC program.
$84,80009/30/2008
99516801-5Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesTMDL TOOLS DEVELOPMENT: PHASE II

This project is for Phase III of the TMDL development for Pine Creek and measuring nonpoint source management success in selected small watersheds in the Mississippi River Basin.
$301,36509/30/2003
00E13104-0Indiana State Department of HealthINDIANA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - RADON GRANT

The American Lung Association of Indiana (ALA-I) will partner with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), local community organizations, and businesses to provide aggressive education, and intervention activities with the purpose of achieving radon risk reduction. Targeting identified high risk population areas by coordinating with ISDH's geological & zip code overlays, the ALA-I will distribute 2,500 Radon public awareness brochures and mitigation resource information. This information will be in various forms, and will be distributed to the local community sites through existing educational literature from EPA, ISDH and ALA-I. The ALA-I will also conduct eight Master Home Environmentalist (MHE) trainings to medical professionals, realtors, builders/contractors, government agencies, environmental professionals, and schools to promote radon testing and mitigation.
$50,00012/31/2010
97917601-0CA Dept of Public HealthBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

The State of California is using these grant funds to improve water quality monitoring at beaches throughout the state. These funds allow local environmental health agencies to increase the number of samples collected each year and to provide the public with better information on beach water quality.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $584,074.
$584,07409/30/2009
47000109-0TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $9,885,000 to the State of Tennessee to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans will help to provide clean and safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$9,885,00009/30/2014
83164601-0Assoc of State & Interstate Water Poll Cntrl AdminNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION FORUMS

To enable the Association of State & Interstate, Water, Pollution Control Administration (ASIWPCA) to provide the planning, support, and facilitation of three regional forums to create and enhance a multi-agency approach to implementation of non point source pollution management measures at the watershed level.
$206,89208/19/2005
00J50201-0City of BuckleyCITY OF BUCKLEY WATER SYSTEM

Construction of an emergency intertie booster pump station to pump portable water from the Tacoma water system to the Buckley water system.
$323,00003/31/2013
96421605-2Mid-Carolina Council of Governments Inc.TARGETED WATERSHED INITIATIVE

This action provides federal funds in the amount of $933,675 to the Mid-Carolina Council of Governments, to develop, demonstrate and evaluate an innovative water quality trading program for the Jordan Lake watershed within the Cape Fear River Basin.
$933,67503/31/2009
98882201-1Chippewa Cree Business CommitteeNATIVE WATERS WETLAND CLEANUP 106 SPECIAL PROJECT

Agency assistance to improve water quality in an isolated prairie pothole wetland and contribute to public awareness through the Native Waters Camp.
$10,00007/31/2005
97307201-3VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the national's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated, data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies for health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the State of Virginia PM 2.5 Monitoring Network with in the State.
$2,552,70803/31/2008
96919001-0Havasupai TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to implement the watershed-based plan for the Havasupai Creek Watershed. Implementation of the watershed-based plan will involve: 1. Installation of nine proven-technology composting toilets for the hilltop area and the remaining Havasu Campground areas, 2. re-vegetating the degraded stream riparian areas associated with Havasu Creek upstream of Navajo Falls, 3. Implementing management practices to reduce the incidences of catastrophic water releases to Havasu Creek from off-Reservation nonpoint sources. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $95,381.
$95,38109/30/2009
95414009-0Corpus ChristiGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM - EVALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF COASTAL HABITATS

This action approves an award in the amount $199,762 to Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi. The grantee is developing a support tool that evaluates the economic and social value of coastal habitats. This project will produce procedures and tools for mapping ecosystem services and the values of those services for the Gulf of Mexico habitats.
$199,76209/30/2012
99182997-DMaine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Amendment issued to extend the budget and project period in accordance with your request dated 1-15-04
$15,122,01104/30/2004
97999301-2Pala Band Of Mission IndiansWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - WASTEWATER SYSTEM REHABITATION

Plan, design and construct a wastewater collector sewer for Areas 1, 2 and 4 of the Pala Reservation to convey residential wastewater to the tribe's wastewater treatment plant. The sewer system will replacing failing, substandard and high density septic tank/drainfields.
$1,540,00010/29/2010
00863805-0MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE BASE STAFFING AND SUPPORT

The major goal of the staffing and support program is to reduce the impairment of state waters by nonpoint source (NPS) pollution through the application and implementation of the state's NPS management plan. The Department will accomplish this goal by providing staff and support to carry out activities specified in the NPS management plan including: water quality monitoring and assessment, data management, leadership and assistance to watershed groups and conservation districts to develop and implement water quality restoration plans including “total maximum daily loads” (TMDLs), support for groundwater assessments and Best Management Practices (BMPs) demonstration projects, and continue efforts to inform and educate the public, landowners, land managers, and other resource users concerning the causes and potential solutions for Montana's NPS pollution problems.
$1,239,24206/30/2006
00351818-0DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

This award is to develop and implement programs and projects reducing radon risks and increasing the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated for radon in Delaware.
$100,00009/30/2008
83454501-0National Council for Science & the Environ.10TH CONFERENCE-THE NEW GREEN ECONOMY

This proposal seeks support for The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment on The New Green Economy: Aligning Science, Education and Markets. The conference aims to provide a forum to explore the meaning of the green economy and develop a robust agenda on aligning science, education and markets to forge a path towards the green economy.
$15,00006/30/2010
98257500-1Lake George AssociationEMPACT-TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: NY LAKE ACCESS PROJECT

A Cooperative Agreement to enable the Lake George Association, in conjunction with Darrin Fresh Water Institute and the Upstate Freshwater Institute (UFI), to install and operate Remote Underwater Sampling Station (RUSS) units in three upstate New York Lakes to supplement ongoing monitoring efforts. The data collected by the RUSS units will be made available to the participating communities via the Internet. The monitoring data will be used to inform the residents in efforts to better understand and manage their waterbody.
$17,00003/31/2006
98139701-5Copperas Hill Coalition Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AT THE ELIZABETH MINE SUPERFUND SITE (STRAFFORD, VT.)

Copperas Hill Coalition, Inc. (CHC) will use funds to help the community affected by the Elizabeth Mine Superfund site (Strafford, VT) to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to hazardous waste site cleanup. Independent technical advisors will be procured by CHC to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor's information will be shared with the rest of the community. The technical advisor's information will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$170,00006/30/2013
00E24401-0City of WaukeshaRADIONUCLIDE REMOVAL TREATMENT AND WATER CONVEYANCE IMPROVEMENTS

The City of Waukesha will construct new pumping stations for Wells 11 and 12, replacing the service pumps and piping and electric equipment at Well 8; and will construct a filtration building at Well 8. The water from Wells 11 and 12 will be conveyed to the Well 8 site which now exceeds some radionuclide standards, pass through a new iron removal filter and then be blended with the Well 8 water in an on-site 2.0 million gallon reservoir. This blending will ensure all water complies with radionuclide standards.
$764,60012/31/2007
96694701-1Northwest NM Council of Govts.AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA) FY09 BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

The purpose of this grant is to assess hazardous and petroleum brownfields throughout the Northwest New Mexico Council of Governments Brownfields Assessment Coalition's jurisdiction. This is a Brownfields Assessment community wide agreement in that it will assist the recipient in developing and establishing a local Brownfields Program that is in accordance with the Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 and EPA Brownfields National Guidance. This Brownfields Assessment assistance agreement will enable the recipient to inventory potential brownfields sites, conduct community outreach and education regarding the Brownfields program, conduct environmental site assessments, develop site clean up plans, create jobs, sustain jobs, provide long term environmental and economic benefits.
$1,000,00009/30/2012
96635301-0City of FayettevilleAR CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE - SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation in Basin I-15: The project consists of rehabilitation of sanitary sewer manholes and sewer lines throughout this basin. Rehabilitation of manholes and sewer lines will utilize point repairs, open cut replacement, cured-in-place piping and pipe bursting methods. The project is anticipated to significantly reduce the inflow/infiltration in the entire project area, thereby reducing the maintenance cost and sewer backups.
$477,90012/31/2009
96087501-1Squaxin Island Tribe of the Squaxin Island ReservMANAGEMENT OF SEDIMENT-ATTACHED INDICATOR BACTERIA NEAR SHELLFISH BEDS

The Oakland Bay, WA fecal coliform Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) technical report identified bacteria on intertidal sediment as a signicant secondary source of nonpoint pollution, threatening shellfish harvests. As the primary implementation measure, the control of all sources of suspended sediment was recommended. There is however, very little research to support the efficacy of this measure. This project will determine if this strategy will be effective at limiting bacteria loads. The outcome will be an addendum to the implementation strategy, ensuring a higher likelihood of success at protecting vulnerable shellfish beds, as well as an improved TMDL for Oakland Bay. The results can be applied to at least six other shellfish growing areas in Puget Sound.
$82,44103/31/2011
97621201-0Regents of New Mexico State UniversityBORDER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT

The main objective is facilitation of information exchange between stakeholders in the U.S./Mexico border.
$10,00012/31/2003
97961801-3San Carlos Apache TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM III

This assistance amendment provides additional federal funding in the amount of $225,646, of which $110,396 is for solid waste activities. The revised total assistance amount is $648,545. The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capacity for implementing environmental protection programs administered by EPA and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for tribes. The San Carlos Apache Tribe will use the funds to send tribal EPA staff to environmental workshops, training. They will provide environmental education and outreach to the community, clean up solid waste sites, meet with tribal government to discuss environmental issues, and recycling.

This grant funds activities for a 12 month period beginning 10/01/06 to 09/30/2007. Programmatic Terms and Conditions "B" and "C" now apply.
$648,54509/30/2007
97359901-1DC Department of the EnvironmentDC PUBLIC SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT PROJECT

This grant will allow the District of Columbia (DC) Public Schools the opportunity to upgrade their existing diesel school bus fleet by installing EPA verified pollution control devices. The District Department of the Environment will partner with the DC public school system to retrofit 22 school buses with diesel particulate filters.
$224,54012/31/2010
96562306-0Fond Du Lac Band of ChippewaFOND DU LAC BAND OF L/S CHIPPEWA-CERCLA:SEC128(A)

This project is for the continued development and enhancement of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa's Environmental Response Program. Funding is primarily to be used for capacity building by the Tribe with limited site specific work. The purpose of the response program is to assess, cleanup, and redevelop Brownfields/contaminated sites and to increase the response actions conducted or overseen by the Tribe.
$103,00009/30/2012
97344501-1City of RichmondBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT/COMMUNITY-WIDE(HAZ SUBS)

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, conduct planning and outreach activities, and perform Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments of brownfield properties contaminated with hazardous substances in the City of Richmond, Virginia.
$200,00009/30/2010
97141501-1Town of NewingtonBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT - NEWINGTON

Per your application request dated August 8, 2005, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to provide funding to inventory and assess brownfields properties to identify possible contamination in the Town of Newington, CT. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant.
$200,00010/31/2008
98965501-1CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES (PPIS)

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period ending dates to December 31, 2004. There is no change to the total EPA approved amount of $80,000.
$80,00012/31/2004
97981601-0Tucson Audubon SocietyREGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVES (RGI) - OUTREACH FOR SONORAN DESERT

This assistance agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $15,000. This project aims to reduce community exposure to major sources of ozone and particulate pollution in the Sonoran Desert region of Arizona, where asthma rates are extremely high. This will be achieved by education the local population via a media campaign that includes various local advertisements.
$15,00010/31/2004
98291603-0Middlesex County Improvement AuthorityMIDDLESEX COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY -BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT

The Middlesex County Improvement Authority will use the agreement funding to perform assessments on a specific site within the County. A site specific waiver was also issued (See Programatic Condition II.A.3). This site has been selected and approved. The award is in accordance with the original application dated July 30, 2003 and revised August 11, 2003.
$350,00009/30/2005
97301005-1WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 2008 WV TRIBUTARY STRATEGY

Implementation of WV Tributary Strategy and associated Best Management Practices (BMP) and collection of BMP and monitoring data from the West Virginia Department of Agriculture and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection.
$310,00008/31/2009
00T32901-1Dept of Public WorksBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement supports the cleanup of a nine-acre brownfields site in South Los Angeles Wetlands Park in the City of Los Angeles, which is contaminated with volatile organic compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Grant funds also will be used to support community involvement activities. The City of Los Angeles will conduct community outreach throughout the life of the project.

This grant amendment hereby updates the recipient's mailing information. The federal funding amount of $200,000.00 remains the same.
$200,00010/31/2012
00J02801-2Alaska Native Tribal Health ConsortiumANTHC ALASKA TRIBAL AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND SUPPORT PROJECT

ANTHC will work directly and with Alaska tribes to increase understanding about the causes and available options to address local air pollution in rural tribal communities in Alaska from sources such as wood burning, road dust, solid waste burning, and diesel emissions, as well as indoor air conditions. The work with tribes will include technical and programmatic support for tribal staff and communities through development and use of assessment tools, monitoring technology, interships, training, and outreach. Priority will be given to activities that develop the skills and abilities of tribal communities and their members.
$949,17207/31/2014
95479811-0Land-of-Sky Regional CouncilSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE


This action approves an award in the amount of $35,000 to the Land-of-Sky Regional Council to launch "Destination Green", a technical assistance program to support the greening efforts of the State's hospitality business sector. In partnership with the NC Division of Environmental Assistance and Outreach (NCDEAO), technical volunteers will perform confidential, on-site waste reduction assessments at lodging and tourism business facilities.
$35,00001/31/2013
00T77801-0Greenaction for Health and Environmental JusticeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROGRAM - EMISSIONS REDUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $25,000 to Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice to reduce diesel emissions impacting the air quality of Kettleman City and Avenal where residents live, shop and go to school. The recipient will use their community-based diesel education and reduction project model that they developed, and implemented in San Francisco's Bayview Hunters Point to heavily impacted Kings County communities, and create a replicable diesel education and emissions program model that can be spread to other San Joaquin Valley communities impacted by diesel pollution.

Preaward costs are approved back to 11/1/2011.
$25,00010/31/2012
97266300-0New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionGREEN HOUSE REMODELING: FROM GUIDELINES TO PRACTICE

To conduct a series of workshops that will introduce and explain the NJ Green Home Remodeling Guidelines. The workshops will offer a general overview of many different elements of green remodeling from energy retrofits to utilizing reclaimed and recycled materials to outdoor living spaces that use native vegetation. Also, an on-line Peer-to-Peer Network will be crated to expand and improve green home remodeling practice in NJ. This network will be a free on-line discussion forum for homeowners and professionals to share information about green home remodeling in NJ.
$25,00006/30/2010
98789601-4Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesAUDITING PREVIOUS CLIENT ASSESSMENT REPORTS AND EVALUATING RESULTING FACILITY PERFORMANCE

The State of Iowa's Pollution Prevention Services program provides confidential, non-regulatory technical assistance to Iowa businesses, industries, institutions, and government agencies. The program will be reviewing the implementation of recommendations provided to prior clients; providing on-going outreach/technical assistance to the food processing providers; participate in the joint activities of the Business Assistance Providers (BAP); and, provide assistance to organizations in the reduction of Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxics (PBT) and priority chemicals including hospitals to reduce mercury levels.
$142,21706/30/2010
00349701-6MD Dept of Natural Resources2001 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM 319(H)

This amendment action extends the budget and project periods to September 30, 2004 and updates the conditions at no additional cost to the Federal government. Total Federal participation remains at $3,091,600.
$2,958,48609/30/2004
00E00359-0Lenawee CountyBROWNFIELD PETROLEUM ASSESSMENTS PROJECT

This award provides funding to Lenawee County, Michigan to be used to conduct community-wide assessments at eligible brownfield sites potentially contaminated with petroleum. Lenawee County will establish a brownfield inventory, and conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Assessments, and if appropriate, cleanup planning, on priority sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation processes.
$200,00007/31/2013
83157901-3Colorado State UniversityRMRHSRC TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO BROWNFIELDS

To assist the Rocky Mountain Regional Hazardous Substance Research Center/Training and to Brownfields
$195,00003/30/2008
97726401-1Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK 2011

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources operates and maintains an ambient air monitoring network for compliance with the fine particulate matter National Ambient Air Quality Standard as set forth in the Clean Air Act. The fine particulate matter standard (PM2.5) was promulgated in 1997 and is small particulate matter 2.5 micrometers in diameter or smaller. Fine particulates are linked with a number of serious health issues and are also a visibility impairment. The monitoring network is necessary to measure levels of PM2.5 in the atmosphere. Data from the monitors is used to provide information to the public on levels of particulate matter pollution in Iowa communities, and assists to examine particle pollution trends throughout the country.
$707,65503/31/2012
00E00891-0Charter Township of NorthvilleBROWNFIELD CLEANUP OF FORMER NORTHVILLE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL SITE

Brownfield funds for cleanup activities at the former Regional Northville Hospital Property on Seven Mile Road in Northville Township. Cleanup activities on the 181 acre site include asbestos abatement, removal of hazardous chemicals including lead and other heavy metals in buildings and drums.
$200,00009/30/2014
97935103-4San Manuel Band Of Mission IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for tribes. This project will also protect and restore water resources.
$422,40012/30/2007
97950601-2CA Dept of Pesticide RegPESTICIDE REGULATORY EDUCATION PROGRAM

Pesticide Regulatory Education Program: provides training to state/tribal/territory pesticide regulators
$324,59512/31/2003
99113901-8City of WestfieldWESTFIELD REGIONAL BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT.

Westfield Regional Brownfields Assessment Pilot.
$165,35509/30/2005
97479304-0THE DOOR II Community CenterAL THEDOORII COMMUNITYCTR ENVJUSPGM

Environmental Equity Program
This project proposes to implement a youth driven environmental awareness program that will propel residents to examine local environmental issues. The current issues of great concern are the air and water quality in Lowndes County. The youths will work to gain countywide participation from government entities, local non profits, businesses, churches and the media in support of pollutant-free community. This collaborative effort will deliver services to youths, ages 10 through 19.
$16,66707/30/2005
83450301-1Trustees of Columbia UniversityMONITORING CO2 BIOGEOCHEMICAL INTERACTIONS IN DW

The objective of this research is to conduct lab and in situ research to understand how carbon dioxide from geologic sequestration may interact with microbial communities and heavy metals in an aquifer and if these interactions will adversely affect underground sources of drinking water. Additionally, it will research ways to detect leaking carbon dioxide through changes in microbial communities or trace metal concentrations.
$899,99711/30/2012
97989501-0Campo Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rule making, operating permits, and other program activities.

This Assistance Agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $80,000.
$80,00009/30/2009
98641401-1All Indian Pueblo CouncilUST/LUST PROGRAM

Ust/Lust Program
$36,37209/30/2000
53000103-0WA Dept of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant continues capitalization of the Washington Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This grant along with the state's matching capital contribution and repayments and interest that have accrued to the fund will be used to offer low cost loans to water quality projects that will protect public health, water quality and aquatic habitat.
$23,033,14209/30/2008
96669601-1OK Dept of Agriculture Food and ForestryPESTICIDE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (PESP)

The purpose of this project is to provide more and additional crop locations on Oklahoma's Pesticide Sensitive location viewer (PSLV) to reduce the risk of pesticide drift or off target application. This project will aslo involve production of educational material relating to pesticide drift reduction and giving presentation on the PSLV to commercial growers of peaches, pecans, watermelons, and plant nurseries.
$50,18511/30/2009
00T56501-0Sonoma County Water AgencyWATER INFRASTRUCTURE- SONOMA COUNTY WATER FOR OCCIDENTAL

The Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA) operates and manages the Occidental County Sanitation District (OCSD) wastewater treatment facility. The Sonoma County Water Agency will use this funding to complete preliminary environmental analyses and draft the conceptual design for proposed improvements to the OCSD facility. Improvements to the OCSD facility are needed so that the facility can comply with a Cease and Desist Order for effluent discharge violations. The project will allow for better protection of the Dutch Bill Creek watershed's water quality and public health. This award provides $192,400 in federal funds.
$192,40003/31/2012
97297501-0Organic Materials Review InstituteDELIVERY OF AN ORGANIC RESOURCE GUIDE FOR INSECT AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT

Produce an Organic Resource Guide in print and on the web that will provide information not currently available to growers interested in least toxic methods of pest and disease managment, and provide a whole systems approach to pest management.
$23,00011/30/2005
82836601-3Coordinating Comm/Automotive RepairGREENLINK COMPLAINCE ASSISTANCE CENTER -

Outreach project to owners and technicians employed in the automotive service and collision industry. The Center is tasked with using industry communication channels to provide environmental compliance information.
$333,94503/31/2003
83213801-0North Carolina Association for Biomedical ResearchTEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS GRADES 6-12

SMALL GRANT - To host two 1-day workshops to provide North Carolina middle and high school teachers with a better understanding of environmental toxicology.
$18,00005/01/2005
97572601-2Michigan Department of Community HealthSPECIAL CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROJECTS

A) Develop and implement a training stipend program for low to moderate-income individuals and local health department staff. B) Development, validation and utilization of Michigan's third-party abatement worker examination, and validation of the additional lead discipline exams. C) Procurement of supplies for the certification identificationnn card system. D) Development of a policy and procedures manual for local health staff to use during environmental investigations of housing unitss with lead poisoned children.
$125,00012/31/2003
83271701-1UNR - UniversityMETHODS DEVELOPMENT & PRELIMINARY APPLICATION FOR LEPTOSPIRA SPIROCHETE DETECTION IN WATER

SMALL GRANT - This project will design and adapt existing detection methods for the waterborne pathogens Cryptosporidium and Giardia to also detect Leptospira.
$79,57912/31/2006
96147801-0Health Care Without HarmGREENING THE OPERATING ROOM REG. 1, 4, & 7

Per your application request dated May 5, 2011, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to Health Care Without Harm. These funds will provide educational materials and training opportunities to help hospitals institute environmentally sound practices in their operating rooms, resulting in reduced solid, hazardous, and regulated medical waste. The project will also result in improvements in water and energy efficiency. The project efforts will take place within EPA Regions 1, 4, and 7.
$34,74408/31/2012
00344110-1PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionFEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT, SECTION 205(J)(1)604(B) PLANNING

This grant will assist the recipient in carrying out their EPA-approved Section 604(b) water quality management planning activities.
$339,96309/30/2010
96926806-0Cocopah Indian TribeFY06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM (CWA106)

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the water pollution control program as follows: to maintain water quality monitoring plan, update the water quality data spreadsheet, prepare an annual water quality evaluation report, submit water quality standards to council, and submit to the Environmental Protection Agency tribal water quality standards.
$60,00006/30/2006
96903001-0American Lung Assoc of San Diego & Imperial CO'sUS-MEXICO BORDER GRANT - CLEAN AIR INITIATIVE

This cooperative agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $15,000 to support the Clean Air Initiative (to reduce air pollution and improve environmental health) in Imperial County and the Mexicali border region. Project goals are: (1) Hold a conference for elementary through high school educators and residents to share and discuss curriculum resources to teach students about air quality solutions; (2) Distribute information about pesticide use and asthma control to individuals or families; (3) Conduct a "No Burn" media campaign to encourage residents to not burn tires, Christmas trees, and firecrackers; and (4) Continue to build coalition and community involvement through monthly meetings.
$15,00010/31/2005
96042801-1Honolulu Clean CitiesFUEL CROP STUDY TO GENERATE CROP SCENARIOS FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FEEDSTOCK.

This project proposes to explore and evaluate a number of crop materials currently grown in Hawaii to determine their sustainability as feedstock for making an American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)-grade biodiesel.
$100,00002/28/2009
99614604-4Texas Commission on Environmental QualitySEC. 319(H) NPS BASE AND COMP.: FY 1997 - 1999

Projects that are carried out under this grant include: Manadas Creek Assessment of Hazardous Materials, Update of Texas NPS Management Programs, Texas Watch, Protection of Edwards Aquifer, Groundwater Galveston Bay Watershed, and Upper Colorado River Urban Demonstrations.
$2,756,15608/31/2002
83600001-0Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyINTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF GREENHOUSE GASES

MIT will integrate impacts into their economic framework to develop modules that
represent physical impacts. They then simulate the additional demands created on other sectors of the economy to replace these losses and the effect on factor inputs (lost capital, labor or leisure, reduced land productivity, etc.) as shocks in the general equilibrium economic model component of the IGSM. This allows MIT to value physical impacts and to account for intersectoral interactions through the embedded input-output structure of the model.
$400,00007/31/2016
82858201-2Town of IpswichNEAR-REAL TIME MONITORING OF INLAND SUBURBAN WATERWAYS...

Develop a partnership that links several ongoing but currently uncoordinated environmental monitoring efforts that will serve as a focal point for observing, understanding, and better managing the changing nature of inland waterways in the Ipswich and Parker watersheds...
$321,62104/01/2004
97873101-2Mountain Studies InstituteENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANT PROGRAM

This award provides funds to Mountain Studies Institute to educate, empower, and facilitate the participation of rural people in SW Colorado-NW New Mexico that are affected by air, water, and toxics pollution from oil and gas and energy production facilities. Mountain Studies Institute and its partners will work to: 1) build community knowledge about ozone, mercury, and other environmental quality issues via youth-created radio announcements; reader-friendly outreach materials; and air/water quality alerts in newspapers; 2) engage a broad range of stakeholders via an Air Quality Forum; and 3) empower and facilitate community participation by forming mercury and ozone advisory committees.
$20,00012/31/2010
47000105-0TN Dept of Environment and ConservationTENNESSEE FY 05 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Tennessee. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans for waste water infrastructure. These loans will help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$15,766,85809/30/2009
82985001-1Chester Water AuthorityVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWS ID No.: PA1230004
$115,00009/30/2003
97821401-1Montana State University-Bozeman-TaylorRECYCLING AND JOBS THROUGH RECYCLING

1. The goals of this initiative are to recycle "dry cell" household batteries and to establish a battery recycling profile for MT. 2. Subcontract with the MT Department of Environmental Quality for the purpose of tracking the MT recycling markets and developing a baseline profile of these markets. 3. Support the coordination of the Region 8 Pollution Prevention Roundtable in Denver, CO. 4. Customize and print the publication "P2 Pays - Pollution Prevention is Smart Business". 5. Explore existing pollution prevention information regarding winery environmental best practices, pollution prevention and/or environmental management systems.
$41,00012/30/2005
00E00435-0City of RockfordCITY OF ROCKFORD ILLINOIS BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT HAZARDOUS & PETROLEUM

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) has awarded the City of Rockford, Illinois (the City) a Brownfields Assessment Grant for the assessment of properties throughout the City. The grant includes $200,000 for the assessment of sites suspected of contamination by petroleum substances and $200,000 for the sites suspected of contamination by non-petroleum hazardous substances.
$400,00009/30/2013
83146801-3City of ToledoTHE TOLEDO NEW SCHOOLS-NEW NEIGHBORHOODS INITIATIVE:

Utilizing Smart Growth Principles to Rebuild Communities of Choice - The objective of this project is to support activities that preserve open space and encourage the revitalization of brownfields through the incorporation of smart growth principles.
$100,00012/31/2008
98315602-3DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlFY2002/2003 DE RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. This action deobligates funds in the amount of $197,219, in accordance with final Financial Status Report submitted April 21, 2004.
ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$1,622,78109/30/2003
00T20201-0Gila River Indian CommunitySTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to support continued development and implementation of a Tribal Response Program for the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) in accordance with CERCLA 128(a). It includes program development, site inventories, site assessments, oversight and enforcement at environmental sites, and certification of site cleanups. The purpose is to enhance GRIC's current voluntary cleanup program by addressing sites that can be reused and redeveloped, and thereby, improve human health and the environment on the tribal reservation and lands.

This agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $154,850.
$154,85009/30/2010
83254501-1CIATEC A.C.MANUAL AND WORKSHOP ON CLEANER PRODUCTION FOR CENTRAL AMERICA LEATHER PROCESSING INDUSTRIES

SMALL GRANT-The recipient will develop and disseminate information on Cleaner Production options for the Leather Tanning Industry in Central American countries, for the benefit of the government and industry sectors. Through the exercise of cleaner production options, environmental impacts due to high water and energy consumption and the generation of large quantities of wastewater and solid waste will be reduced.
$25,00009/30/2006
96573601-1Village of HartfordPROJECT - VILLAGE OF HARTFORD - SPECIAL APPROPRIATION - COLLECTION SYSTEM AND TREATMENT PLANT

Design and Construct Village of Hartford Water treatment and collection system to eliminate failing leaching systems and eliminate partially treated wastewater from entering Otter Creek. This will protect/improve the water quality in Otter Creek.
$216,80012/30/2005
98317701-2VA Dept of Environmental QualityONE-STOP REPORTING GRANT PROGRAM

Continuing the effort in developing a Comprehensive Environmental Data System 2000 (CEDS 2000). This system brings together the Permitting, Compliance/Enforcement and Special Project functions within the Air, Waste and Water media. The Administrative Conditions have also been updated.
$448,32012/13/2004
00030603-0ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC)

State of Idaho - Underground Injection Control Program
Continuing Envrionmental program grant to support the implementation of the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State of Idaho has primacy for the UIC program.
$85,00009/30/2003
96417904-0Poarch Band Of Creek IndiansAL POARCHBANDOFCREEKINDIANS SOLIDWASTEMGT FY04

NEW AWARD. Efforts by the person partially funded under this agreement will include the goals of reducing, reusing and recycling solid wastes generated on Tribal lands, in lieu of simply land disposing those materials. Also, this person will be a primary link between the Tribe and EPA in efforts to evaluate and assess open dumping and open burning issues on Tribal lands.
$20,00412/31/2005
00E01701-0City of ChicagoCITY OF CHICAGO

U.S. EPA is initiaiting a brownfields cooperative [$200,000] for the City of Chicago to conduct Brownfields Assessment activities in order to define remediation costs of environmental costs during development.
$200,00009/30/2009
98382201-0Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs CoalitionHEALTHY HOOPS

This project will support post camp evaluation and will include asthma education and awareness on how to decrease exposures to triggers and identify environmental factors in the home that may be contributing to asthma episodes. This project will also seek to decrease emergency room utilization and hospitalization as well as decrease school and work absenteeism.
$10,00003/07/2005
00T08501-2Sherwood Valley RancheriaNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to identify and implement best management practices such as installing gabions along the creek and cleaning up trash which will reduce water pollution from erosion, runoff from the casino, and sedimentation on the reservation. In addition, activities include training staff, and public outreach and education to increase community knowledge of water pollution provention strategies.
$90,00009/30/2012
97817510-1Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaTURTLE MOUNTAIN LUST GRANT C: 10

This award provides funds to the Turtle Mountain Tribe for the oversight and corrective action of petroleum releases from underground storage tanks.
$10,00009/30/2010
96455206-0Western Kentucky University Research FoundationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT - ENVIRONMENTAL DISCOVERY WITHIN RURAL COMMUNITIES


This action provides funds to the Western Kentucky University Research Foundation for their expanded environmental discovery within rural communities project. This project will promote environmental education by making sure that teachers are prepared and equipped for effective environmental learning experiences. Teachers will educate rural youths about the ecosystems they live in and their role in protecting these environments and to also promote community education of issues directly pertinent to the areas of participating schools through student writings.
$41,71409/30/2008
97058501-1WA Dept of EcologyWETLAND PROTECTION GRANT: BAS GUIDEBOOK PHASE II

Finalize, print, and distribute BAS and mitigation guidance documents, along with conduct training.
$100,00006/30/2006
97266100-0New York Association of Conservation DistrictsCOMMUNITY CONSERVATION ASSISTANCE

This project will provide a tool kit of educational assessment, planning and implementation tools for Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) and other local organizations to assist communities to inventory and address their environmental concerns, particularly related to Non-Point Source (NPS) pollution and its impacts on local water quality. Training will be provided to SWCDs and other local organizations where these and other state tools will be distributed. Having access to these resources will improve their ability to carry out effective local NPS pollution control and prevention activities.
$55,00009/30/2009
00E00330-0Cleveland Botanical GardenCLEVELAND BOTANICAL GARDEN

This project will educate high school students about environmental stewardship and community based environmental education. Through a curriculum that employs classroom teaching, field trips and hands on methods, school year topics will build knowledge about pollution prevention, energy efficiency, urban conservation, sustainability, watershed protection and biodiversity.
$44,36005/31/2012
97326301-0Avondale Borough IncSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant is for the expansion and upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant in the Borough of Avondale, PA.
$192,90002/28/2006
00E94301-0City of StruthersCITY OF STRUTHERS - BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Funding from the U.S. EPA Cleanup Grant will be directed by the City of Struthers towards the cleanup of petroleum contaminated soils (PCS) and impacted ground water on City Lot 6906, also known as the Diesel Fuel Station (DFS). The lot is part of a redevelopment project in the CASTLO Industrial Park. The completed development anticipates various industrial companies on the property.
$200,00009/30/2012
97615501-3Pueblo of TaosTAOS PUEBLO GENERAL ASSISTANCE

The objectives of this project are to develop the capability to manage specific programs and establish a core program for environmental protection. The specific project activities include grant writing, attending environmentally related training and conferences, the development of an Intergovernmental Personal Act Agreement with the State of New Mexico, updating of Quality Assurance documents and environmental outreach.
$437,50009/30/2006
96809001-0Snowy Mountain Development CorporationSNOWY MOUNTAIN DEVELOPMENT COPORATION

This award provides funds to capitalize a revolving loan fund for the purpose of making loans and subgrants to eligible entities for cleaning up eligible sites.
$1,567,42802/01/2017
00J12201-1Upper Skagit Indian Tribe of WashingtonUPPER SKAGIT INDIAN TRIBE - NONPOINT SOURCE

Introduce the necessary large wood structures for the Red Creek stream reach through the incision zone and continue funding large wood and structural improvements in the downstream reaches that connect with the Skagit County reach effort. This approach employs the watershed plans developed to tackle and complete projects that will result in water quality improvements within the water body and watersheds.
$150,00012/31/2012
97930501-0Esperanza International IncU.S MEXICO BORDER GRANT - ESPERANZA FAMILY WATER SAFETY PROJECT

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $30,000 to provide participants with educational materials and tools that will decrease health risks and teach practical water conservation and purifying practices.
$30,00010/31/2003
96645101-0City of BreckenridgeCITY OF BRECKENRIDGE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

Project includes replacement of approximately 10,200 lineal feet of potable water line consisting of 540 feet of 4 inch, 3,045 feet of 8 inch, 3,010 feet of 10 inch and 3,600 feet of 12 inch diameter water line and construction of a new sewage lift station.
$288,60009/30/2009
95455211-0City of GainesvilleCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $260,470 to the City of Gainesville for the replacement of two existing pump stations that have been in service for over 35 years, installation of emergency backup generators at each pump station, and replacement of approximately 1,180 feet of four-inch force main. The proposed project is located in the Upper Chattahoochee Watershed, Hydrologic Unit code 03130001.
$260,47012/31/2011
98167201-0Salem Sound 2000 Inc.WETLANDS HEALTH ASSESSMENT

Per your application request dated March 20, 2002, this grant is being awarded funding to support the Wetlands health assessment training for volunteers, using newly developed training handbooks to study sights which include newly restored salt marshes as wll as sites proposed for restoration.
$15,00001/04/2003
95405308-0Aiken CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to Aiken County, South Carolina to conduct inventory, characterize and assess brownfields sites that may be contaminated with hazardous substances and to carry out community involvement and other activities that encourage revitalization of Brownfields sites.
$200,00006/30/2011
99833695-5MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

Projects to increase the level and quality of nonpoint source water pollution management in Montana.
$1,349,78710/31/2001
00J29201-1Point No Point Treaty CouncilPOINT NO POINT PUGET SOUND PROTECTION AND RESTORATION

The Point No Point Treaty Council is a Tribal consortium of the Jamestown S'Klallam and Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribes whose Usual and Accustomed areas includes the Straight de Juan de Fuca and Hood Canal. These Tribes have treaty rights to the fish and wildlife resources of the Puget Sound estuary and co-manage those resources with the State of Washington. Under this agreement, the Point No Point Treaty Council will work with the Puget Sound Partnership to adaptively manage the implementation of the 2020 Action Agenda for Puget Sound, which is the EPA approved Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for the Puget Sound estuary under 320 of the Clean Water Act.
$310,35706/30/2015
83052101-3Winrock InternationalBASELINE MONITORING CO-BENEFITS AND GUIDANCE FOR LAND-USE AND FORESTRY CARBON PROJECTS-

To develop baselines and tools for measuring and monitoring greenhouse gas (GHG) and other co-benefits in domestic forestry and agricultural carbon offset project.
$274,81108/31/2007
83128601-0WateReuse FoundationNATIONAL DATABASE OF WATER REUSE FACILITIES

SMALL GRANT - To support the development of a searchable database of pertinent information about water reuse facilities in the United States.
$50,00008/30/2005
83338901-3University of California Santa CruzVULNERABILITY INDICATORS AND ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ADVERSE BIRTH OUTCOMES AND TRAFFIC EXPOSURES

This project provides for two add-ons to an existing research project that is being funded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB); specifically, to study the association between air pollution and adverse birth outcomes and whether there are stronger associations when vulnerability indicators are included in the analysis. Supplemental funding has been requested to complete a key activity of the original proposal.
$100,00007/12/2010
97254701-2New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionRISK COMMUNICATION FOR SHELLFISH CONSUMPTION

Funding is being provided to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to enhance New Jersey monitoring for toxics in shellfish by including pesticides as a toxic pollutant. Monitoring for toxic pollutants in shellfish has been identified as a major component of assessing the safety of shellfish consumption and as a valuable indicator of water quality. This project will allow NJDEP to effectively communicate potential risks to the public and to support the state's shellfishing industry.
$50,00006/30/2011
97235709-0Make the Road New YorkENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE - MAKE THE ROAD BY WALKING, INC.

This project will use collaborative participatory research facilitated through community meetings and surveys to study risks associated with lead paint and the application of pesticides in the Bushwick neighborhood located in Brooklyn, New York. The research will identify the level of human exposure to those risks and the reasons for that exposure. Over 1,000 residents will be educated on ways they can reduce their individual/household exposure. In addition, the recipient will promote healthier alternatives, such as Integrated Pest Management (IPM), throughout this effort.
$20,00012/31/2009
97297206-0New York State Department of HealthMONITORING AND OVERSIGHT OF APPROVED ASBESTOS SAFETY TRAINING PROVIDERS

This agreement supports the New York State Department of Health's (NYSDOH) program to protect public health from exposure to asbestos by overseeing asbestos removal certification courses as well as asbestos activities in schools. Specifically, NYSDOH will conduct 35 audits of asbestos training courses and 15 Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) inspections, continue to process course notifications, record and process course completion certificates, and continue to determine if out of state asbestos licenses meet New York's asbestos license criteria.
$217,41303/31/2007
83274401-1New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNCA 05-06: DESIGN AND SURVEY INDICATORS FOR ASSESSING HEALTH AND CONDITION OF NEW JERSEY BAYS

The National Coastal Assessment (NCA) is a comprehensive and integrated program to assess condition of the nation's estuaries. Implementation of 2-year state-specific surveys will build the states' capacity to conduct assessments of their coastal waters and will contribute to a national assessment of coastal waters. This project will assess the conditions of the state's coastal waters over a 2-year period using survey designs, methods, quality assurance, and data analysis tools developed by NCA.
$200,00005/31/2007
96554905-1Red Lake Band of ChippewaRED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS - PPG FY 2004-2005

The objective of the project is to plan, develop and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs administered by the EPA and to develop and implement tribal a household Hazardous Waste Program. The work plan also lists eight water priorities that will be addressed with this grant. They are: Watershed Mapping, WQS Monitoring program, Lake/ Stream/Flowing Well nutrient and biological studies, gauge station data recorders, NPS reduction and buffer zone education, NPS/Stormwater management planning, data review/reporting and exotic aquatic plant species education.
$1,084,66109/30/2006
96955101-0AZ Board of Regents-Arizona State UniversityCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - BRICK KILNS

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $40,000. This project is to study and develop strategies for reducing the emissions of PM-10, PM-2.5 and air toxics from brick kilns in San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, Mexico.
$40,00010/31/2006
98298103-3City of Port JervisPORT JERVIS - BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

The City of Port Jervis will use the petroleum cleanup grant funding for cleanup of petroleum contamination at the Roundhouse site and Statewide Oil site in order to prepare the sites for redevelopment. The cost share requirement for clean-up grants was waived.
$325,00009/30/2011
98543202-0Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementINDIANA DEM PPG - FISCAL YEAR 2002

The activities to be funded are taken from the approved Indiana FY' 02-03 Environmental Performance Partnership Agreement (EnPPA) and includes: Prevent Pollution, Reduce Toxic Releases, Improve Indiana's Air Quality, Restore and Protect Indiana's Surface Water, Ensure Safe Drinking Water, Focus on Northwest Indiana, Reduce and Safely Manage Waste, Clean Up Contaminated Sites, and Continuously Improve IDEM. In addition to these activities, the State submitted a work plan to carry out a PCB inspection program and a workplan to participate in the "Clean Sweeps" program.
$10,546,09306/30/2002
00E24010-0Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyWATER - SECTION 106 MONITORING

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) will accomplish monitoring activities. Funds will support activities relating to the National Wetlands Condition Assessment; which also includes participation in statistically valid surveys and development of a Mississippi River Basin monitoring strategy and fish tissue sampling in the Illinois River basin. Indiana Department of Environmental Management has requested IEPA to manage their National Wetlands Survey funds; which includes 11 sites and 2 revisits.
$390,00007/30/2014
96696901-0Regional Planning CommissionRPC BROWNFIELD PETROLEUM ASSESSMENT 09-12

This is Brownfields Petroleum Assessment cooperative assistance agreement because it will assist the area with the Regional Planning Commission, a Intermunicipal, to develop and establish a local Brownfields Program that is in accordance with Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 and EPA Brownfields Program National Guidance. This cooperative agreement will enable the recipient to meet EPA strategic Goal Number 4 by supporting the area designated under the Regional Planning Commission with the State of Louisiana, to identify/inventory petroleum related Brownfields properties; to conduct environmental site assessments on petroleum Brownfields properties; and to conduct outreach activities to inform citizens and community about it's community-wide Brownfields program. This cooperative agreement will also assist the Regional Planning Commission in obtaining information and tools needed to carry-out their responsibility in connection with assessment and cleanup of petroleum Brownfields properties to move properties towards reuse/redevelopment. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved with the cooperative agreement assisting the recipient in making site eligibility determinations based on ownership and environmental contamination constituents - limited to the petroleum assessment definition under Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 - before expending cooperative grant funds.
$200,00009/30/2012
00435605-1NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

To foster development and implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$122,20709/30/2005
97999501-1Fallon Paiute Shoshone TribeWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,828. Total project costs are in the amount of $156,328. The purpose of the project is to monitor and assess the conditions of Fallon Paiute Shoshone's wetlands and provide an outreach program to the public about the wetlands.
$88,82812/31/2011
00E22601-0Erie County Department of HeathCOUNTY OF ERIE NEW YORK BEACH SANITARY SURVEY PROJECT

This project's primary goal is to protect the public health of bathers by restoring and maintaining the biological integrity of two Lake Erie beaches, in Erie County, New York. The sanitary surveys and subsequent pollution mitigation efforts will focus on two creeks that empty into Lake Erie at these beaches. The intent of this project is to identify bacterial pollution sources affecting the beaches and too reduce or eliminate these sources to improve public communication and outreach regarding the associated public health hazards.
$42,38912/31/2007
97393301-2Findlay Township Municipal AuthorityFINDLAY TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY - PA

. This project entails the construction of a Water Pressure Booster Station ("Station") to be connected to the Findlay Township Municipal Authority ("FTMA") water system. The proposed Station will provide the FTMA water system with adequate water pressure, thus eliminating a potential public health hazard. The proposed Station work includes the installation of two 240 gpm pumps and two 2500 gpm pumps boosted by 45 psi. The objective of the proposed project is to improve the overall health and welfare of the service area by providing adequate water pressure.
$458,43205/31/2012
16000105-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant continues to add Federal and state capital to the Idaho Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. The Fund will use this additional capital to provide loans at below market rates to finance water quality projects that will protect and enhance water quality, aquatic habitat and public health.
$5,243,50012/31/2007
98874201-1ND State Water CommissionWETLAND PROTECTION PROGRAM

To assist in developing new or enhanced existing wetlands protection mangement restoration programs
$220,05209/30/2005
96147701-0Social and Environmental EntrepreneursPOLLUTION PREVENTION FOR GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS

Per your application request dated June 22, 2011, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to the Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs. This program includes on-line and on-site training, a series of educational webinars, and the development of training materials that focus on green purchasing and contract upgrades. The program will measure the resulting reductions in the use of toxic products, emissions of Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent (MTCO2E) avoided, water conserved, and dollars saved.
$23,50009/01/2013
97994701-3Monterey Cnty Water Resources AgencySPECIAL APPROPRIATION - SALINAS VALLEY WATER PROJECT, MONTEREY COUNTY

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $447,100 for the FY-03 S&T line item to the Monterey County Water Resources Agency for planning activities associated with the Salinas Valley Water Project. The objective of this grant is to develop an integrated watershed management plan that is expected to result in a reduction of water pollution, particularly salt water intrusion.
$447,10009/30/2009
96565501-2Genesee CountyBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Create a Brownfields revolving loan.
$2,000,00003/22/2013
95457811-0Town of Double SpringsCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $144,600 to the Town of Double Springs for the repair and upgrade of a water treatment plant. This project is located in the Sipsey Fork watershed, Hydrologic Unit Code 03160110. A Categorical Exclusion Determination was issued by the Environmental Protection Agency on February 4, 2011.
$144,60006/30/2014
97611701-5OK Dept of Env QualityWATER PROTECTION COORDINATION FOR COUNTER-TERIORISM ACTIVITIES

Coordination of state counter-terrorism and security efforts for public water supplies. This funding will allow the state to accomplish the following objectives: update Model Emergency Response Plan; implement a state-wide e-mail notification of emergency situations; upgrade sanitary surveys to better address security issues and also to participate in security training provided by national organizations.
$558,91006/30/2006
97258006-2Glen Cove Industrial Development AgencyGLEN COVE - BF CLEANUP DOXEY SITE

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the recipient will cleanup/remediate the Doxey "brownfields" site located at 10 Garvies Point Road in Glen Cove, New York, which has been contaminated with hazardous substances by historic site operations. "Brownfields" are properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants. Once the site is cleaned up, the City of Glen Cove and the public will benefit from the future redevelopment of the site. During the life of the project the recipient will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the site by holding community meetings and sharing written information.
$200,00009/30/2013
97954404-0Susanville Indian RancheriaFY 04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance award provides full EPA authorized funding in the amount of $40,000 for the tribe's FY 04 Water Pollution Control Program. The total approved project cost is $42,106.

The following tasks will be completed during the grant cycle: Watershed assessment; Collect existing water quality data; Develop QAPP; Develop and implement a Water Quality Monitoring Program; Develop and perform watershed analysis. SPECIFIC DETAILS ARE CONTAINED IN THE APPROVED WORKPLAN.
$40,00009/30/2004
97219700-0City of Rochester New YorkPETROLEUM BROWNFIELDS CLEAN-UP AT SCIO STREET SITE

The City of Rochester will clean up the 0.25 acre lot known as 62-64 Scio Street. The project will include remediation of petroleum contaminated soil and groundwater present as a result of releases from historic underground storage tanks (USTs). Once the site is cleaned up, the City of Rochester and the public will benefit from the future redevelopment of the site. During the life of the project, the City of Rochester will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the site by holding community involvement meetings and sharing written information.
$200,00009/30/2013
98125011-0Rhode Island D.E.M.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING 604(B)

1.) Grant would support work to carry out the 604(b) Water Quality Management Planning Program at RIDEM for 2011-2012. Provide administrative and technical support for implementing 604(b) water quality planning. Major objectives to be accomplished include oversight and implementation of the Water Quality Criteria and Standards Program, assist in the implementation of the surface water monitoring program; Implementation of the 305(b) Water Quality Assessment Program; oversight in the refinement and maintenance of the ambient water quality database and the water quality assessment database; assist in the development of the 303(d) Impaired Waters List; coordination of the 604(b) grant application and workplan; production of GIS maps and wate quality standards maps. Work will provide continued oversight of contractual work (New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission) on Rhode Island's development of nutrient criteria and of Biological Condition Gradient for RI rivers. Work would also include data review for 2012 water quality assessments for the 2012 Integrated Report. 2) RI DEM funding will be used to extend their work to develop numeric nutrient criteria for lakes and ponds as well as rivers, which may include continued compilation of lake data, review of other states' experience in criteria development, prepare for field sampling efforts for 2011, develop Quality Assurance Program Plan,QAPP, and complementary work. This funding extends efforts begun under the 2010 Stimulus funds.
$100,00012/31/2011
96454806-0Mississippi's Lower Delta PartnershipENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

This project will host a field trip opportunity to area fourth graders [approx 3500] that will expose the students to a variety of conservation related topics and careers all of which impact the black bear habitat and population in the Mississippi delta. By rotating through a series of presentations, hands-on demonstrations and interactive activities presented by natural resource professionals, students will learn about bear habitat, population, protection, monitoring and efforts to return the black bear to MS.
$9,36009/28/2007
96913401-4CA Dept of Health ServicesPALOS VERDES SHELF INSTITUTIONAL CONTROLS

This amendment provides funding in the amount of $92,103 for Department of Health Services - Environmental Health Investigations Branch to continue to support EPA's Palos Verdes Shelf Institutional Controls Program. This funding is for the existing cooperative agreement for the specified project period.
$240,56610/31/2007
82866801-3Center for Resource ManagementGOLF AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Small Grant - To improve the way golf courses are sited, designed and managed to least impact and even enhance the environment.
$72,50012/31/2002
99086002-2WA Dept of EcologyPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

Performance Partnership Grant containing Air Pollution 105, Surface Water 106, Ground Water 106, Ground Water Pesticides 106, and Underground Injection Control Programs. To provide States with greater flexibility to address their highest environmental priorites, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings, and partnerships between EPA and the States.
$6,743,79806/30/2002
00265788-9NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCLAREMONT POLYCHEMICAL SITE

The Cooperative Agreement is decreased by $16,015, from $116,000 to $99,985, for the following support agency assistance (SAA) activities: RI/FS SAA is decreased by $14,778 from $40,400 to $25,622; and, RA SAA for Operable Unit No. 2 is decreased by $1,237 from $3,600 to $2,363. This is in accordance with the final Financial Status Report dated September 19, 2001.
$99,98512/31/2000
00402103-1Pinellas County Board of Commissioners(A) AIR POLLUTION CONTROL, SEC. 105

The objective of this funding action, as part of the continuing environmental program grant, will support Pinellas County's efforts to maintain and strengthen its comprehensive air pollution program. This program focuses on the core air protection objectives of attaining and maintaining National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), addressing air toxics, supporting compliance and enforcement efforts, and permitting air pollution sources.
$288,70209/30/2003
98463809-3Clemson UniversityCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

This action approves an award to Clemson University in the amount of $98,727 which will enable them to continue their ongoing certification and training program for pesticides operators in South Carolina. The program includes continuing-education activities, licensing examinations and certifications of pesticide applicators, all of which will reduce exposure to toxic pesticides and improve compliance with environmental laws and regulations.
$311,23812/31/2010
83491301-0City of New BernFIVE POINTS AREA PLANNING

The City of New Bern will conduct area-wide planning for the Five Points area to inform brownfields assessment, cleanup, and reuse activities. Through this project, the City of New Bern will also provide a site reuse plan, hold community workshops, construct an implementation framework, and develop a remedial action plan.
$175,00012/31/2012
97631901-0Woodward CountyFIRE HYDRANT PLOTTING CHEMICAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION (CEPP) PROGRAM

Pilot to plot all fire hydrants in Woodward County, Oklahoma
$1,99509/30/2004
98063601-4Alaska Water Wastewater Management AssociationX-980636-01 SURVEYS/STUDIES/INVESTIGATIONS

Develop Partners in Healthy Drinking Water Program in Rural Alaska.
$009/30/2002
83183701-2University of WashingtonFDP - INTERGRATING LAND USE, TRANSPORTATION AND AIR QUALITY MODELING

To improve the ability to model the air quality effects of land use and transportation within metropolitan areas. The intergration of recent advances in land use and activity location modeling with advances in modeling travel behavior using activity-based approaches, and the use of this integrated framework to assess the relative influence of transportation infrastructure, pricing, land use policies, and demographic and economics trends.
$700,00009/15/2008
98110601-6New Hampshire D.E.S.BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund
$2,450,00012/31/2010
98817301-3Regents of the University of ColoradoPILOT INDOOR ENVIRN. STUDY IN DAY-CARE CENTERS & GRADE SCHOOLS TO REDUCE CHILDHOOD ASTHMA SYMPTOMS

Decrease in Funds
$25,68609/30/2001
83277201-2Northeast Waste Mgmt Officials' AssocCOORDINATION OF THE REGIONAL P2 INFORMATION CENTERS

This project provides for the coordination of collaborative projects among eight regional pollution prevention (P2) information centers. These centers currently work together to gather P2 information from the states in their region to share with other states and regions using conference calls, meetings and websites.
$200,00006/30/2008
95459310-1County of AndersonENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY RESEARCH

This action approves an award in the amount of $25,000 to Anderson County, South Carolina to fund a comprehensive, multimedia campaign to inform the public in general, and identified at-risk groups in particular, as to the threats to personal and area health and safety that can arise from the improper use of common household chemicals.
$25,00012/31/2011
97195501-0Town of SanfordSANFORD MILL YARD ASSESSMENT

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Town of Sanford, Maine to inventory and assess brownfields sites in Sanford, Maine. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$200,00009/30/2011
97832801-1Powell CountyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

This award provides funds to carry out cleanup activities at brownfields sites that are owned by the grant recipient.
$200,00005/31/2011
98173801-7Rhode Island D.O.H.RI WATER PROTECTION COORDINATION GRANTS

The project will involve coordinating activities relating to critical water infrastructure protection efforts. The activities will include coordinating and providing technical assistance, training, and education to the state on homeland security issues. The scope of work consists of three phases which are described below.
$215,20009/30/2010
83243201-3Assoc of State & Interstate Water Poll Cntrl AdminSTATE/EPA CO-REGULATOR TMDL PROGRAM PARTNERSHIP

To provide technical information exchange, education, mentoring, communication, and facilitation support to assist States, Indian Tribes and Territories in complying with the Clean Water Act, Section 303(d), and the Total Maximum Daily Load program.
$102,00012/31/2009
99800308-2ND State Water CommissionCD99800308-0 ND STATE WTR COMM CONT

To assist in developing new or enhancing existing wetlands protection management restoration programs.
$203,00109/30/2003
96584001-2City of ClevelandCITY OF CLEVELAND - BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

The City of Cleveland will hire two environmental consulting firms to conduct 8-10 Phase I and 1-2 Phase II environmental assessments of sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances in the Lower Big Creek Valley in Cleveland. The City will seek community input regarding desired land uses and design to help target sites for assessment and redevelopment.
$200,00009/30/2009
83084101-1University of California RiversidePOTENTIAL FOR INCREASED BIOAVAILABILITY OF MERCURY IN SELENIUM CONTAMINATED SITES

FDP- To test the hypothesis that selenium buffers the effects of mercury. thereby allowing insects to attain higher levels of mercury in their systems before the manifestation of effects.
$199,80202/28/2006
98015501-3Suquamish TribeX-980155-01: SUQUAMISH TRIBAL AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

& Model Tribal Indoor Air Quality Project for Tribes of Washington State
$417,89309/30/2003
83110201-2Univ. of Vermont and State Agricultural CollegeATMOSPHERIC MERCURY IN VERMONT AND NEW ENGLAND -

To continue year-round monitoring of atmospheric mercury deposition in wet depostion, aerosol and vapor phases in the Lake Champlain Basin. The study is part of an integrated program of research and monitoring of atmospheric deposition in the Lake.
$667,30008/31/2008
00065302-2Colville Confederated TribesTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Base Program Funds: 1. monitor the effectiveness of past completed CWA 319 funded projects; 2. repair damaged projects and monitoring sites (inspections in spring). Competitive Project Funds: 1. Peter Dan Creek/McGinnis Lake Project: Limit livestock access to stream/watersheds with fencing; while installing 3 spring sites for livestock access to water; 2. Scattered Roads Projects (fill stablization, culvert replacement, etc., at 10 road locations)
$372,95106/30/2005
97683101-1Delaware NationPARTICULATE MATTER (PM) 2.5 AIR QUALITY, REGULATORY OZONE, AND METEOROLOGICAL MONITORING

This project is to provide for Delaware Nation to perform baseline regulatory monitoring for PM2.5 and Ozone, and meteorological data collection; outreach to the tribe and community; and participate in local, regional and national Air organizations.
$263,94903/31/2006
97056401-0Tuluksak Native CommunityWATER STORAGE TANK.

Construction of a 200,000 gallon water storage tank for the Tuluksak Native Community.

This grant is for $512,520.00 of EPA IN-KIND ASSISTANCE. As requested, funding will be provided to the Alaska Area Indian Health Services through an IAG between EPA and IHS for IHS to provide the facilities and services in the Community's application.

Ref IAG DW7595745801.
$512,52003/31/2006
83500101-0Trustees of Indiana UniversityONTOLOGIES FOR DATA AND MODELS OF LIVER TOXICOLOGY

The PI proposes developing a suite of tools and standards to facilitate the exchange and specification of liver models and toxicological information, thereby helping to ensure that data for such work are decentralized and distributed. Towards this end, the PI will: develop an ontology for information associated with liver models and biological data related to these models; and develop the management protocols, the repository structure, and the web-based interface in order to implement the data sharing capabilities that the ontology makes possible.
$749,70503/31/2014
96549401-0Port Authority of the City of St. PaulPORT AUTHORITY OF ST PAUL - BROWNFIELD CLEANUP DALE STREET SHOPS

The project will cleanup the eastern portion of the Dale Street Shops property contaminated with petroleum substances and the Hmong American Funeral Home property contaminated with non-petroleum hazardous substances.
$400,00009/30/2006
97455102-0AL Dept of Environmental ManagementOPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT GRANT (ERG) PROGRAM

NEW AWARD - To provide reimbursement for the costs of training, including an appropriate per diem for unsalaried operators and certification for persons operating systems serving 3,300 persons or fewer that are required to undergo training pursuant to SDWA 1419(d). Refer to approved application and workplan dated 5/15/02.
$11,00006/30/2005
98935901-3Cahto Tribe of Laytonville RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment increases the EPA assistance amount by $129,813 to support work plan activities through September 30, 2003. The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs and for the development and implementation of Solid and Hazardous Waste programs for tribes. In addition, funding supports a Lead Awareness Educational Outreach Program.
$360,21909/30/2003
96006001-0WA Dept of EcologyNORTHWEST POLLUTION PREVENTION INFORMATION NETWORK

WA Ecology will partner with the Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center to 1) maintain and build the "first stop" resource center for Pollution Prevention (P2) service providers; 2) increase awareness, accessibility and usability of P2 information for businesses and others; and 3) facilitate the regional P2 network. The grantee will undertake 12 projects, detailed in the workplan, to accomplish these goals.
$120,00010/31/2006
97385801-2DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDELAWARE WETLAND ASSESSMENT METHODS AND WATER QUALITY CERTIFICATION

This project will address the various programs through which wetlands are protected in Delaware, including; state and federal permitting processess and local land use review and decision making, to ensure that proposed improvements will protect vulnerable wetlands. It will also provide training to in-house regulatory reviewers, county land administrators, consultants and developers to understand wetland conditions in Section 401 Wetland permit reviews. In addition, DE will work with the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) to assist in the review of DE's programs for wetlands.
$334,93609/30/2013
83248801-0Clarkson UniversityBIODIESEL AS A SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE TO PETROLEUM DIESEL IN SCHOOL BUSSES

Small Grant- The objective of this study is to conduct feasibility study to examine the use of locally produced biodiesel as an alternative replacement fuel for the school busses as well as complete a systematic evaluation of the range of children's exposure to diesel and biodiesel exhaust emissions in a cold climate in rural Northern New York State.
$9,58808/31/2006
82988801-0City of CoronaVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES.

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWS ID No.: CA3310037
$115,00012/30/2003
98912901-4Tahoe Ctr for a Sustainable FutureCWA 104 (B)(3) - TAHOE ENVIRONMENTAL HOTLINE - RA FUNDS

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates from June 30, 2002 to June 30, 2003. There is no change to the EPA assistance amount of $10,000.

Terms and condition numbered 1 through 9 of the previous assistance agreements, awarded September 23, 1998, July 13, 1999, June 30, 2000, and July 2, 2001 remain in full force and effect.
$10,00006/30/2003
96617701-0Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityEPA VIDEO CONFERENCE GRANT PROPOSAL

RGI funds are for the purchase of video teleconference equipment for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LA DEQ), Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Video teleconferenceing will allow LA DEQ personnel to establish audio and video connections to other locations so participants can see and hear everyone in front of the camera. This will save time and money by reducing physical visits and will allow greater communication.
$10,34209/30/2006
98771401-2City of CleverCLEVER NUTRIENT REMOVAL INFRASTRUCTURE

TO MITIGATE POINT SOURCE POLLUTION ISSUES IN DISTRESSED COMMUNITIES THAT BORDER TABLE ROCK LAKE consisting of the construction of nutrient removal facilities at the existing wastewater treatment plant.
$185,00007/31/2013
82955801-4Wilson International Center for ScholarsLONG RANGE PLANNING AND FORESIGHT ACTIVITIES

To support the Center's efforts to facilitate better foresight and long-term thinking in environmental protection through broadcast, open meetings, publications, and electronic outreach.
$300,00012/31/2004
98294101-0Camden Community Recovery CoalitionCAMDEN COMMUNITY RECOVERY LEAD & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROJECT

The project will educate Camden City, NJ residents about safe drinking water and lead sources in their environment by collaborating with other organizations and government agencies to provide testing, screenings, seminars, workshops and community events.
$15,00001/31/2006
98069401-4Groveland Water and Sewer DistrictINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

Water storage reservoir, existing well facility improvements, new booster pumping facilities, and additional distribution piping
$17,87507/31/2005
96583301-1City of DuluthCITY OF DULUTH-BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT GRANTS

United States Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields funding will be used to implement environmental remediation measures at the City of Duluth. The City will conduct Phase I and Phase II assessments and Remedial Action Plans. This grant includes $200,000 for sites suspected of contamination by petroleum substances and $200,000 for sites suspected of contamination by non-petroleum hazardous substances.
$400,00009/30/2008
98992901-3Native American Environmental Prot. CoalitionGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM II

This amendment increases the total EPA amount by $175,000, from $526,580 to a revised total of $701,580. The objective of the project is to plan develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for tribes. Specific details are contained in the approved workplan. This funding is for a 12-month period from 11/01/04 to 10/31/05 which is the fourth year of this GAP grant. It does not include funding for the implementation of a solid and hazardous waste program. Specifically this grant will fund NAEPC to provide training and to do environmental presentations for tribes at various venues. The project also includes the creation of an Environmental Planning for Tribal Communities manual.
$701,58010/31/2005
97495203-1AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPESTICIDES ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (PESP)

NEW AWARD - Strategic Implementation of Integrated Pesticide Management (IPM) in Schools - Utilize a statewide coalition, to reduce pesticide use and possible exposure, coordinate and partner program initiation, implementation and evaluation of IPM in the public school environment in the Auburn City School System, the three pilot schools in Mobile County, the Geneva County School System, and the city Alexander City School System.
$40,00009/30/2005
96481607-2Georgia Department of Natural ResourcesTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING (ASBESTOS)

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $45,800 to assist in developing and enhancing comprehensive toxic substance enforcement programs for asbestos in schools programs, and sector specific multi-media-media enforcement efforts, thereby reducing the public health risks of asbestos exposure, which is a known carcinogen. The project includes conducting inspections for compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act and the Asbestos School Hazard Abatement Reauthorization Act, and, if necessary, drafting and developing enforcement related case information that will assist the Environmental Protection Agency in conducting follow-up enforcement.
$91,60006/30/2009
96441005-0Georgia Rural Water AssociationGA MUNICIPAL SLUDGE & AGR. ANIMAL WASTE LAGOON RENOVATION PROJECT

New Award. This action approves an award in the amount of $397,600 to study and teach an alternative method of sludge handling and proper disposal for small municipal wastewater treatment lagoons and animal waste lagoons. The method consists of pumping sludge onsite into large semi-permeable bladders known as "geotubes" which slowly dewater the sludge under moderate pressure. The sludge is then allowed to dry in these membranes, then is properly disposed. Small system wastewater operators, managers, and town officials will be taught this method and see it in action at several participating sites in rural Georgia.
$397,60009/30/2008
55000110-0Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION

This grant will be used to capitalize the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resrouces Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund for financing the Construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration.
$55,083,00009/30/2013
99486608-0MS Dept of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

This action provides funding in the amount of $3,705,700 to Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality for management and implementation of programs and projects designed to reduce nonpoint source pollution to achieve and maintain beneficial uses of water. Activities include technical and financial assistance, education, training, technology transfer, demonstration projects, and programs to monitor and assess the success of projects related to controlling nonpoint source pollution.
$3,705,70009/30/2012
96431005-0Town of FletcherBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

New Award. This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to utilize funding to conduct cleanup planning and remediation activities to address contamination from hazardous substances at the Heart of Fletcher site and carry out community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of the site such that the future reuse of the property does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$200,00009/30/2007
95477611-0City of ClevelandCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $525,600 to the City of Cleveland, Tennessee to construct a stormwater detention pond along an unnamed tributary of Woolen Mill Branch drainage basin, a highly impacted stream due to urban runoff which flows through a very industrialized section of Cleveland, Tennessee. The project includes the construction of a 5.25-acre grassed detention pond, the installation of 129 linear feet of 15-inch reinforced concrete discharge pipe and a concrete box culvert emergency overflow. The proposed stormwater detention pond is designed for drainage from 160 acres and will prevent flooding of residences and businesses in a historically low-income area of downtown Cleveland. The project is located in the Hiwassee watershed, Hydrologic Unit Code 06020002. A Categorical Exclusion Determination was issued by the Environmental Protection Agency on December 30, 2010.
$525,60006/01/2012
95412409-0City of JacksonCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $240,600 to the City of Jackson, Alabama for the replacement of three sewer pumping stations and to repaint the hospital water storage tank. The replacement of the sewer pumping stations will end sanitary sewer overflows. The repainting of the hospital water storage tank will remove the lead paint from the existing tank by installing a containment system around the tank and following a lead abatement program. The project is located in the Lower Tombigbee watershed, Hydrologic Unit Code 03160203.
$240,60007/27/2011
97228310-1Camden Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ASSESSMENT GRANT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the Camden Redevelopment Agency will use Recovery Act funding to develop and implement a program to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances, so that planning may be done to address the contamination. The Camden Redevelopment Agency will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with hazardous substances throughout the City of Camden. During the life of the project the Camden Redevelopment Agency will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$200,00009/30/2012
98184601-1City of SomersworthWWTP IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM

Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System Improvements
$447,10012/31/2008
98762801-3City Of LeavenworthLEAVENWORTH BROWNFIELD CLEANUP

Funding is awarded to the City of Leavenworth for unanticipated costs for eligible activities within the scope of the original proposal for clean up of hazardous substances commingled with petroleum at Tire Town, including coal & gas residue, foundry & enameling residue, polish & varnish residue, batteries, oil stains, solvents, latex, rail yard waste asbestos and lead based paint.
$200,00009/30/2009
96480809-1Kershaw CountyCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $962,200 which will allow Kershaw County to expand the wastewater collection system within the Town of Elgin. An existing connection will transport the wastewater to the Lugoff Wastewater Treatment Plant in Kershaw County. The project area is located in the Wateree watershed, Hydrologic Unit Code 03050104. A Finding of No Significant Impact was issued by the Environmental Protection Agency on March 14, 2008.
$962,20001/31/2010
97817302-1Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 NON-POINT

Nonpoint Source Implementation-Section 319-This award provide funding to promote the development and implementation of a watershed-based basis plan which results in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$009/30/2008
97412907-1Jefferson County Dept of HealthAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM SUPPORT - SECTION 105

To provide partial funding to Jefferson County, Alabama's ongoing program to protect air quality so that it achieves established ambient air standards and protects human health. This program includes ambient air monitoring and various other activities to reduce or control air pollutants such as ozone, particulate matter, regional haze, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and mercury.
$540,57809/30/2007
98695801-3Shawnee TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - SHAWNEE TRIBE

General Assistance Program for Tribes - Continue building tribal environmental capacity
$420,39109/30/2005
83295801-0National Council for Science & the Environ.CO-SPONSORSHIP OF NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EXPO-

SMALL GRANT-This event is designed to demostrate sustainable research and development innovations that will advance the long term goal of protecting human health.
$15,00011/08/2006
97677401-2City of Port ArthurSABINE AREA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

Water Infrastructure Improvement in the Sabine Area of Port Arthur, Texas, that will form a loop to the only water line currently serving the Sabine Pass and Sabine area of the City, which now receives all water through a dead-end line extending some 17 miles from the central area of Port Arthur.
$260,20003/30/2010
00J21201-2Native Village of Pitka's PointINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

Establish an affective and sustainable Tribal Environmental Program, increase Tribal programatic capacity to effectively address environmental issues, increase environmental awareness through an environmental assesment, increase community actions protective of the environment through outreach, and increase of proactive staff actions regarding the environment through teleconferences, and training.

Administrative Term & Condition #1, Indirect Cost Option #3 - Payments (draw downs) will be made on a reimbursement basis only. All payment requests must be accompanied by supporting documentation clearly showing how much was disbursed, for what reason(s) and to whom, and clearly demonstrate that indirect costs were not included in those disbursements.
$115,00009/30/2012
83232301-3City of GaryMUNICIPAL CODE REVIEW

SMALL GRANT: This project will review the City of Gary's municipal code to identify and remove barriers to Smart Growth and Brownfields Redevelopment projects. This will create long term environmental benefits related to Smart Growth and Brownfields Redevelopment for the City of Gary and serve as an example for other communities around the country.
$55,00009/30/2008
97429306-0SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSCDHEC STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT FOR FY06

This cooperative agreement assists the State of South Carolina with developing and implementing programs and projects aimed at reducing radon risks by increasing the number of homes and schools tested and mitigated for radon and by promoting radon-resistant new construction.
$100,00009/30/2006
97155301-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSUSTAINING EPA'S TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS

The Connecticut Department of Public Health, through the Connecticut School Indoor Environments Resource Team, plans to train schools to implement the US EPA's Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools program to improve indoor air quality in school buildings as well as educate school officials and parents on the risks associated with exposure to typical indoor air pollutants found in school buildings. In addition, the Connecticut Department of Public Health will also train other state health departments on effective methods of training school districts in their states.
$35,00012/31/2007
83175201-0Littleton Public SchoolsB-20 BIO-DIESEL PROGRAM

Small Grant - Littleton School's will fuel all of the districts buses with a 20% blend of bio-diesel fuel
$21,40606/17/2006
83089701-1Research Foundation of SUNYFDP-ECOCOMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH CELLULOSE NANOPARTICLES-

To make biobased and biodegradable nanocomposites.
$303,10901/15/2008
98685807-1Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program Inc.COASTAL BEND FY 2008 ESTUARIES

This project under the National Estuary Program implements recommendations of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) to restore its focus on restoration of disappearing coastal habitats of the estuary through tasks outlined in the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program, Inc., (CBBEP) annual work plan. The Coastal Bend Bays Estuaries Program Plan has been developed to address each priority issues under the following categories of action plans: human uses; maritime commerce and dredging; habitat and living resources; water and sediment quality; freshwater resources; and public education and outreach.
$418,00009/30/2012
96484807-1North Carolina State UniversityREGIONAL WETLANDS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

This proposal is to develop an operational regional data set for the hydrologic regime of a wetland community type that is commonly restored in compensatory mitigation. A regional baseline for all elements that define success of a restoration project characteristic of wetland oak flats of the coastal plain region of North Carolina will be developed. This will help in the restoration of wetlands.
$162,01912/31/2011
97700501-0Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentPOLLUTION PREVENTION SOURCE REDUCTION

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) with the Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Institute (PPI) provides technical expertise and outreach programs to businesses and communities, as well as, multi-media pollution prevention assistance to the small business community. This grant provides funds for an environmental conference; sessions targeted at ozone attainment; newsletters; and, an internship program for the application of pollution prevention in product development and production operations at participating industries.
$128,92909/30/2009
00344010-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will assist the recipient in carrying out their EPA-approved Section 604(b) water quality management planning activities.
$105,38709/30/2010
98005805-0AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization grant for the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, pursuant to Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,485,50006/30/2010
00E07301-0Butler County Board of CommissionersPROJECT - BUTLER COUNTY - WATERLINE TRANSMISSION MAIN REPLACEMENT

Butler County is proposing to replace drinking water transmission mains and interconnections which have reached the end of their useful life and need to be relined or replaced. This construction will be of approximately 6,500 feet of 36" and 16" water transmissions mains and interconnections at two primary water pumping stations. This ensures that the aging and potentially failing water mains are replaced and Butler County customers have a sufficient water supply in the long-term.
$144,30007/31/2007
82725101-DOregon State UniversityNATIONAL PESTICIDE MEDICAL MONITORING PROGRAM

Increase of Funds - To provide clinical toxicology information and laboratory services in cases of pesticide exposure.
$800,49703/31/2006
98990601-0Pala Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rule making, operating permits, and other program activities.

This Assistance Agreement provides Federal Funding in the amount of $102,000.
$102,00009/30/2009
00477105-1North Carolina DENRWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, 205(J)/604(B)

The Basinwide Water Quality Management Initiative approach entails coordinating and integrating by basin the Water Quality Standards activities: permitting, monitoring, modeling, nonpoint source assessments and planning and implementation. The purpose is to identify and protect high value resource waters, and to improve public awareness and involvement.
$763,74309/30/2005
97066401-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityCJ STRIKE/SNAKE RIVER KING HILL TMDL

The project supports the development of Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for the impairment of excess nutrients for the watershed starting from King Hill and flowing through rangeland and farmland before entering theCJ Strike Reservoir. Additionally to support TMDL development, this project funds nutrient and sediment monitoring and analysis on the Snake River from King Hill to the CJ Strike Reservoir, nutrient sampling/ analysis on the main stem Snake River, and turbidity/nutrient monitoring and channel erosion surveys in the tributaries.
$33,88510/31/2004
99694501-9Texas Commission on Environmental QualitySUPERFUND MULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT IV FOR REMEDIAL ACTION PHASE PROJECTS

This Cooperative Agreement consolidates nine separate Superfund site-specific projects in the Remedial Action Phase. The nine sites are: Geneva Industries, Industrial Transformers (Sol Lynn), North Cavalcade St., Odessa Chromium I, Odessa Chromium IIS, Petro Chemical, Sikes Disposal Pit, Texarkana Wood Preserving Company, and United Creosoting.
$2,635,83408/31/2008
96061401-1Native Village of GeorgetownGEORGETOWN WATER QUALITY TESTING PROJECT

Georgetown Tribal Council will create a database and map that will insert water quality testing sites and data onto an interactive map that will be uploaded onto the internet for use by a widespread population. Georgetown will work with villages from Lower Kalskag to Sleetmute to obtain all data for those collecting water quality data, create a map and database, make the map available to users through internet and digital formats, and complete one year of maintenance.
$76,02112/31/2008
00F23701-0Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water quality program. The objective of this program is to continue sampling to assess surface water quality to compile date and determine a more thorough watershed management program. The data collection will determine: water quality needs, changes in quality or condition of water, and the function and health of stream ecosystem.
$151,55209/30/2012
00E22101-2City of AshlandWATERLINE INFRASTRUCTURE REPLACEMENTS - SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS

This project will upgrade seventeen (17) waterlines by increasing size and improving materials used for the waterline replacements. Replacing the broken water lines which have frequent breaks will provide safe drinking water for residents, as well as improve fire protection.
$675,00010/01/2009
82980201-0The University of the SouthA DYNAMIC SPATIAL SOCIOECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL MODEL TO ASSESS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

Develop a spatial socioeconomic model of change in land use/land cover for the period 1981-2000 and integrate this model with the existing bird, amphibian, and water quality landscape models to understand the socioeconomic process bringing about environmental change in the region.
$248,26508/31/2006
83056001-0American Society of Civil EngineersENTRY OF 2002 DATA SETS INTO NATIONAL STORMWATER BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES DATABASE

SMALL GRANT- To assist municipalities, states, businesses, the professional engineering and scientific community, and the general public in designing appropriate stormwater facilities in their communities, thereby improving water quality nationwide
$50,00008/31/2003
83448701-1University of Hawaii at HiloHAWAII COASTAL ED & STEWARDSHIP(HICES)

Automatic one-time no-cost extension. Recipient's signature not required.
$66,59001/31/2011
98283401-2NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROTOCOL

The objective of this grant is for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to develop an environmental justice protocol for use in the permit review process. The protocol will serve to incorporate reliable sources of health data and develop a method of conducting disproportionate adverse environmental impact analyses. This effort will reduce disproportionate impacts to disadvantaged populations as a result of the permitting process.
$26,80011/30/2006
97350801-0Henry County Public Service AuthHIGHWAY 58 EAST WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION

This award is to fund a project that consists of two parts. The first part will plan and design a drinking water line which will connect the Upper Smith River (Philpott) Water System to the Highway 58 Water System in Henry County. The proposed water line will provide drinking water to Pittsylvania County. The second part will study plant operations options at the Philpott Filtration Plant which will allow it to meet Pittsylvania County's water needs. This project is in the state of Virginia.
$105,10006/30/2009
00620212-0Louisiana Department of Health and HospitalsFY12 LOUISIANA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM GRANT

The activities conducted under this project include managing the State of Louisiana's Drinking Water Program. The activities under this project include implementing, maintaining, and evaluating water system supervision to assure Louisiana's safe drinking water supply.
$474,38209/30/2012
98434898-2Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

Wetlands Technical Assistance Project. This project will develop multiple use management plans for landowners.
$52,24509/30/2004
82943601-2Curators of the University of MissouriPHTHALATES IN PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN

The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that in utero and post-natal exposures to phthalates are related to structural and functional abnormalities in breast and genitalia in males and females.
$2,137,93301/31/2005
96989901-2Sonora Environmental Research Institute Inc.COMMUNITY ACTION FOR A RENEWED ENVIRONMENT (CARE) PROGRAM

The aims of this project are;(1)to conduct a neighborhood participatory action plan that engages the community in all aspects of this project and results in reductions of air toxics and the exposure of families to air toxics;(2)to establish a pollution prevention plan for specific industry sectors;(3)to strengthen the community's ability to make informed environmental health improvement choices and to participate in long-term solutions;and (4)to modify zoning codes to reduce community risk to environmental stresses.
$297,69210/30/2009
99936801-2Imperial County APCDCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - AIR QUALITY TASK FORCE

As co-chair of the Border 2012 Imperial County/Mexicali Air Quality Task Force, the District will be involved in outreach to the binational community about air quality on both sides of the border. This outreach will assist the District in its participation in local projects, such as emissions inventory work in Imperial County and Mexicali, which will reduce air pollution in Imperial County. In addition, this grant will assist the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District in the development data gather activities and outreach in the development of PM-10 and ozone plans for the District.

This assistance amendment increases the EPA funding amount by $$125,000.00 and extends the budget and project end dates to March 31, 2011.
$410,00003/31/2011
97811211-0Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaTURTLE MT. BAND OF CHIPPEWAS

Performance Partnership Program - This award provides funding for:
1. General Assistance to implement environmental programs;
2. Water Pollution Control to control surface and ground water pollution; and
3. Nonpoint Source management activities to promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$339,37209/30/2011
98548609-0Indiana Finance Authority2009 DRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM - INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY

This grant will be used to capitalize Indiana's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration, and drinking water related activities as authorized by Statute.
$11,367,00012/31/2013
97539501-2Board of Trustees of the University of IllinoisUNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - AQUATIC NUISANCES SPECIES DISPERSAL BARRIER EVALUATION PROJECT

To conduct additional work to support the operation of aquatic nuisancesspieces dispersal barrier designed to block the transfer of unwanted, invasive fish between the Mississippi and Great Lakes Basin.
$184,00009/30/2005
98288503-1City of CamdenCITY OF CAMDEN - JOB TRAINING

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the City of Camden, NJ will provide training to facilitate assessment, remediation, or site preparation of brownfield sites. A "brownfield site" is defined as real property in which the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$200,00009/30/2006
96312201-0DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlPROTECTING WETLAND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

This project will assist the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to focus on advancing wetland knowledge regarding functionality and worth of ecosystem services.
$399,94612/31/2014
00655002-5Texas Commission on Environmental QualityGBEP: CONTINUED IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GALVESTON BAY PLAN IN FY 2004

Galveston Bay Estuary Program: Continued Implementation of the Galveston Bay Plan in FY2003. The over all GBEP goals for FY2003 are to complete implementation projects, including wetlands restoration, wastewater treatment, storm water management, invasive species control, and public outreach.
$1,520,00008/31/2005
98389501-0HOPE Worldwide Pennsylvania IncSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS (TSCA)

Lead Outreach Program featuring the StoryTree Gang.
$24,55009/30/2004
00477102-2NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l Resources604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This is a continuing annual program grant to assist states in implementing their water quality management program.
$211,44109/30/2002
98574305-0Ohio Department of AgricultureOHIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - PPG FY05

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) under both state and federal law (FIFRA) is charged with pesticide regulatory administration and enforcement in Ohio. This proposed award is to assist ODA in implementing FIFRA programs. These programs include law enforcement, pesticide registration, pesticide dealer licensing, pesticide applicator certification and licensing, pesticide facility inspection, permitting and safe guarding pesticide facilities, pesticide use compliance inspections, pesticide misuse investigations, worker protection standard outreach and training, inspections and investigations, endangered species protection, groundwater and surface water monitoring and protection, Clean Sweeps, incident (spills/emergencies/site contamination) response and urban pesticide management initiatives.
$659,01309/30/2005
82586001-7National Governors' AssociationPROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF FEDERAL/ STATE EFFORTS IN THE SUPERFUND PROGRAM

To conduct research in brownfield redevelopment, Superfund reauthorization, chemical accident prevention and preparedness, and other policies and initiatives that reduce the human health impacts of contaminated sites and chemmical emergencies.
$1,114,31009/30/2003
98793201-1Lincoln-Lancaster County Health DepartmentCITY OF LINCOLN AIR POLLUTION EMISSION REDUCTION

This project will be retrofitting 12-17 large diesel-powered trucks owned and operated by the City of Lincoln with diesel oxidation catalysts (DOCs). The purpose of retrofitting the diesel-powered trucks is to reduce air pollution in Lancaster County. There is an expected emissions reduction of 25-50% (Particulate Matter, Volatile Organic Compounds, and Carbon Monoxide), therefore improving the long-term health and environment of citizens in the Lincoln/Lancaster area.
$15,00009/30/2009
98473599-3City of GainesvilleWATER QUALITY PROGRAM - REVITALIZING THE SWEETWATER, WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

This action approves a budget and project time extension to June 1, 2003. The extension is needed to complete the analysis, public involvement, and engineering defined in the scope of work.
$500,00003/31/2007
96990101-2Environmental Services DivBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. This agreement is to conduct community-wide Phase I and Phase II site assessments with up to two sites contaminated by hazardous substances and up to two sites contaminated by petroleum. The City of Oakland will also conduct and use planning and community involvement activities. The site assessments will be located in Oakland Coliseum BART station Redevelopment Area.
$400,00003/31/2012
98654001-2Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SPECIAL PROJECT)

Water Quality Management Program (Special Project)
$173,78502/28/2005
83358101-3Big Valley Band of Pomo IndiansFY2007 EXCHANGE NETWORK GRANT PROGRAM

To participate in the reduction of the reporting burden on Tribes, States, and local governments. This project will deploy regulatory data exchanges and mentor local Tribes to submit data to Regional Node and become Node Clients
$143,01809/30/2011
98156401-1Connecticut D.E.P.POLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES 2002

Pollution prevention activites in CT for FY 2002. Workplan inculdes outreach, technical asistance and continued expansion of ongoing partnerships
$74,00009/30/2004
97928301-2CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM

The majority of the funds will be used to enter into contracts with 20 local agencies. Those agencies will conduct site investigation and remediation at LUST sites. The rest of grant activities include: funding a data management position in one of the regional water board offices; entering into a contract to conduct training classes on LUST site investigation and remediation; data collection for petroleum Brownfield sites; and four projects to reduce the backlog of open LUST cases.
$12,205,45206/30/2005
00E81001-0The Northwest Indiana ForumNORTHWEST INDIANA FORUM - CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

Section 793 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 authorizes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support grant and loan programs administered by the eligible recipients that are designed to achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions. The EPA has received funding to award Assistance Agreements under the National Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program. The proposed project will repower the engines of 3 front-end loaders at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor East and West facilities in Lake County, Indiana.
$164,03212/31/2010
83384401-3New England Interstate WPCCIMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT FOR THE COMPLIANCE/PREVENTION UST PROGRAM

This project aims to improve the compliance and leak prevention of underground storage tanks (USTs) by providing UST program implementation support, technical assistance, coordination, information exchange mechanisms, and training for states and tribes.
$1,961,94803/31/2013
99996701-5Humboldt Bay HRC DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - HUMBOLDT BAY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The grantee will develop a comprehensive management and conservation plan for the Humboldt Bay ecosystem and its associated wetlands. A wetland/watershed approach will be used.
$202,30403/31/2006
99889801-3CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSPECIAL STUDIES - TMDL DEVELOPMENT

Provide support for Colorado WQ Control Division for analysis of Pathogen samples in support of TMDL development. Mosquito Creek
$51,31601/31/2005
97301003-0WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionFISCAL YEAR 2006 WEST VIRGINIA TRIBUTARY STRATEGIES

This project includes the implementation of Tributary Strategies and associated Best Management Practices (BPM) and collection of BMP and monitoring data from West Virginia Department of Agriculture and West Virginia Department of the Environment.
Federal funds of $19,000 are contingent upon availability.
$279,00004/30/2009
97581909-0Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK REGULATORY PROGRAM

This grant will provide funding of activities conducted by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in the administration of Underground Storage Tanks sites within the State of Michigan. The funds will be used to improve compliance through active inspections, enforcement, and compliance assistance programs. This funding is also to be used for release detection and prevention activities to comply with the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$2,018,74409/30/2013
97726801-0Mineral Area CollegeST. FRANCOIS COUNTY SUPERFUND JOB TRAINING

Funding is provided to Mineral Area College, a local politicial subdivision in Missouri, for a pilot remediation workforce development program for the Big River Mine Tailings superfund site in St. Francois County, Mo. This pilot program will potentially result in local residents impacted by the lead contamination becoming a part of a cadre of well trained workforce to be employed by the contractors working on the remediation of the superfund site.

This agreement provides partial funding, additional funding may be provided at a later date.
$100,00006/30/2013
00E56701-1National Fish & Wildlife FoundationINTERMEDIARY SUPPORT FOR ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION AND RESTORATION PROJECTS

This project will manage National Fish and Wildlife Foundation ( NFWF), Great Lakes Watershed Restoration Grant Program for Great Lakes ecological protection and restoration grants. The project will seek new partners to leverage additional funding for conservation efforts, conduct technology transfer events, and manage a sub-award program which will protect and restore the Great Lakes basin ecosystem.
$1,000,00009/30/2013
98409005-1TN Dept of AgricultureTN DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

A comprehensive program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement will prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$585,31009/30/2005
83017501-0Upper Mohawk Valley Regional Water BoardVULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND RELATED SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LARGE DRINKING WATER UTILITIES

The objective of this program is to reduce the vulnerabilities that large drinking water utilities present to a terrorist attack. PWSID No.: NY3202411
$115,00012/31/2003
97377001-0Yardley BoroughSEWER REHABILITATION

This grant will fund the repair and replacement of the wastewater collection system in Yardley, PA.
$477,00009/30/2009
96114001-0Piscataquis County Economic Development CouncilPISCATAQUIS COUNTY BROWNFIELDS PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to Piscataquis County Economic Development Council to inventory and assess brownfields sites in Piscataquis County Maine. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$200,00008/02/2012
00E17601-0Illinois Environmental Protection AgencySPILLS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE [SONS]

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency [IEPA] is seeking funds to provide support for the Spills of National Significance [SONS] exercise scheduled for June 2007. These funds would provide support for personnel and travel costs. Tasks would include participation in exercise planning meetings, public meetings and identification of local municipalities that would participate in the exercise.
$20,00009/30/2007
98174001-0Aroostook Band Of MicmacsCLEAN AIR ACT GRANT

Development of Air monitroing program. The $40,000 is awarded as follows: $7,000 as EPA grant assistance to the grantee and $33,000 as in-kind assistance that will be added to a national contract for air monitoring analysis.
$40,00009/30/2003
96410604-9Florida International UniversityWATER QUALITY MONITORING PROJECT FOR THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY

Supports a comprehensive long-term status and trends monitoring project consisting of 154 stations located throughout the Florida Keys Sanctuary. Objectives to determine the sources of pollution causing or contributing to existing or anticipated pollution problems in the Sanctuary; to evaluate the effectiveness of efforts to reduce or eliminate those sources; and to evaluate progress toward achieving and maintaining water quality and toward protecting the coral reefs and other living marine resources of the Sanctuary. This action will add an additional study area along the SW Shelf.
$3,295,00009/30/2011
00E78101-1Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyFY 2009 ARRA WATER QUALITY MGMT PLANNING ILLINOIS EPA

This project supports water quality (WQ) management planning activities that are authorized under the Clean Water Act (CWA) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). This project will provide activities under this grant agreement such as: a) Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS) updates to 1999 IEPA baseline loading report; b) Precision estimates of macroinvertebrate and fish indexes of biological integrity: and c) ISWS continuous dissolved oxygen/temperature and water sample collections. The recipient will provide 44.29% of the funds awarded under the agreement to regional planning organizations (RPOs) to the Upper Mississippi River Basin Association and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. Each RPO will work on 1) WQ standards and assessment, nutrient-related efforts, and cross-program collaboration and coordination; and 2) Watershedbased planning and WQ monitoring, respectively.
$1,790,30012/31/2011
98036302-1Nightmute Traditional CouncilNIGHTMUTE TRADITIONAL COUNCIL - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP)

Building Tribal Administrative and Technical Capacity to educate and address ecological and human health concerns associated with human waste, hazardous materials, and petroleum products

GA-980363-02-0, AWARD SUMMARY:

Awards $200,000 in EPA Assistance Funding to fully fund the agreement; establishes two-year Budget/Project Periods of October 01, 2002 to
September 30, 2004; and, establishes Administrative Conditions (see Pages 4-6 of the agreement).

This is a continuation grant agreement to Nightmute Traditional Council's previous GAP grant, GA-980363-01, which ended September 30, 2002. Although GA-980363-02 is a continuation agreement to GA-980363-01, each grant agreement is separate and distinct (see Administrative Condition No. 12).
$200,00009/30/2005
96118901-0Connecticut Department of Public HealthAIRS (ASTHMA INDOOR RISK STRATEGY) HOME ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Per your application request dated July 30, 2009, this grant agreement is being awarded to provide funds to the Connecticut Department of Public Health for their AIRS Home Environmental Assessment and patient self-management program. CT DPH will use a statewide approach to ensure larger urban areas will implement the evidence based Putting on Airs program for asthma home interventions that will reduce asthma triggers.
$35,00009/30/2011
98785701-4Polk Cnty Board of Supervisors Health DepartmentTHREE STRIKES AGAINST LEAD

Project targets the Latino Community in Polk County, IA, with a community based childhood lead poisoning prevention program that includes identifying children who have not been tested for lead poisoning, increasing blood-lead testing for children under 6 years old in Polk County, conducting a three point in-home lead risk audit that includes interior, exterior, and cultural practices for lead poisoning risks, and referral of homes with identified lead risks to a certified Lead-Based Paint Inspector.
$85,23308/30/2009
96306801-0Thornbury TownshipPA-THORNBURY TOWNSHIP

The grant will fund the construction of minor upgrading, minor expansion of system capacity and system components of new minor ancillary facilities to the Cheyney University wastewater treatment facility in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
$242,00012/31/2012
96053701-1Native Village of NanwalekINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The work to be accomplished in this project includes the following: (1) to keep abreast of grants management, conferences to benefit attendees, and continue increasing Tribal capacity; (2) to provide environmental education and outreach at various levels to residents; and (3) to initiate development of Tribal baseline water quality assessment for freshwater rivers and streams.
$110,00012/31/2008
98398401-1Putnam County CommissionSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant is for the design and construction of approximately 11,000 LF of 8-inch ductile iron pipe waterline, approximately 110 LF of road borings, six fire hydrant "tees", and 17 metered service settings to serve 18 residents in the Fisher Ridge area of Putnam County, West Virginia.
$260,20003/31/2006
00207874-0Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

These funds are provided for implementation of an integrated and comprehensive air protection program to address Puerto Rico environmental priorities. This includes responding to citizen air pollution complaints, enforcing state and local air pollution control codes, and conducting inspections of sources of air pollution for compliance with appropriate regulations.
$877,12109/30/2006
00977701-1Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - 2008 ANNUAL TRIBAL CONFERENCE

The objective of this project is for the grantee and other tribes to improve their capacity to administer environmental programs. The grantee will accomplish this by planning, developing and establishing an environmental protection joint conference for Federal, State, Local, and Tribal governments. No implementation of solid waste activities will be included. The purpose of this grant will be to build tribal environmental capacity through education, training and public outreach and involvement.
$163,15206/30/2009
00435503-2MS Dept of Environmental QualityUNDERGROUND WATER SOURCE PROTECTION

Underground Water Source Protection
$59,32309/30/2003
97026201-2Native Village of KarlukKARLUK ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY BUILDING

Build capacity to manage a tribal environmental program.
$80,06503/31/2005
98962701-6NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant amendment is to provide current year funding to the State of Nevada DCNR/DEP (NVDCNR/DEP) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards and determine deductions in air emissions.
$64,00003/31/2012
96543501-1St. Croix Tribal CouncilPROJECT - ST. CROIX TRIBAL COUNCIL - CWA SECTION 106 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The Tribe's proposal includes maintaining the base water resources program, working toward obtaining water quality standards, and monitoring water quality data. The Tribe's program will focus on water quality, lakes, and wetlands assessments.
$276,00009/30/2006
00349702-5MD Dept of Natural ResourcesFY2002 MD NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM (SECTION 319)

This award provides Federal funds to assist the recipient in implementing EPA approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$3,035,57609/30/2005
98936308-1The Hopi TribeFY-08/09 PESTICIDES CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project will improve understanding of and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations by: 1) providing compliance assistance to the regulated community, 2) conducting compliance monitoring activities (including pesticide use inspections), 3) taking action to ensure that violations of applicable pesticide regulations are corrected, and 4) providing education on pesticide safety and detailed information on alternatives to pesticides. This project will result in a reduced use of pesticides and will improve the protection of workers, water, and endangered species from pesticides.
$140,00909/30/2009
99614613-0Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY08-12 SEC 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

The activities as described in the workplans will support the approved State Management Plan. Incremental funds will be used in priority watersheds and or development of implementation of TMDLs. Workplan deliverables include structural & nonstructural BMP implementation for surface and ground water activities, EPA approved QAPPs when applicable, monitoring information including TMDL development, Education & Outreach activities including watershed group formation, Semi-annual Reports, draft and final reports describing the success of the NPS monitoring and management practices.
$2,813,36908/31/2012
99126701-3Montachusett Regional Planning CommissionMONTACHUSETT REGION - BROWNFIELD REUSE INITIATIVE.

Montachusett Region - Brownfield Reuse Initiative.
$350,00012/31/2003
99581204-4Cook County Department of Environmental ControlPARTICULATE AMBIENT MONITORING NETWORK

The Cook County Department of Environmental Control (DEC) will continue to operate and maintain a Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Network. The Cook County DEC will maintain a high level of data completeness and accuracy; gather support for the development of initiatives to reduce particulate emissions; and, achieve compliance with applicable PM 2.5 air quality standards.

The Cook County Department of Environmental Control (DEC) will continue to operate and maintain a Particulate Matter 2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Network. This supplemental amendment provides an increase in Federal funding for FY11.
$1,128,33103/31/2012
96132101-0City of TauntonCITY OF TAUNTON BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to The City of Taunton, Massachusetts to inventory and assess brownfields sites in the City of Taunton. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$200,00009/30/2013
83260301-2Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityFY05 EXCHANGE NETWORK (I) - NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality will provide Web-based information for environmental, human health, and natural resource issues to enhance state and regional decision-making processes and risk assessments that relate to homeland security and emergency response.
$750,00009/30/2009
97044901-3Noorvik Native Community (IRA)INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will continue to capacity build and maintain the tribal environmental program. The program will protect the health and safety of tribal and community members through environmental education and public awareness presentations. A solid waste action plan will be developed for cleanup and closure of one dumpsite. Baseline water quality testing will continue in partnership with the state and other nearby river communities. The tribe will maintain its commitment to the Kobuk River Watershed Council with active membership. The council will complete a baseline assessment of surrounding subsistence use areas to protect those areas for the future use and harvest.
$430,00012/31/2007
00T18401-0Trinidad RancheriaARRA BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides stimulus funding to the Trinidad Rancheria (Tribe) for clean up of hazardous substance contaminants at the Trinidad Pier site. During the life of the project, the Tribe will carry out community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of the site such that the future reuse of the property will create/retain jobs and does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.

This action provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/30/2012
96980701-0West County Transportation AgencyCLEAN SCHOOL BUS USA - WEST COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

Replace the older diesel engines on Thomas school coaches with newer technology diesel engines. Retrofit each bus with a Diesel Particulate Filter. This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $88,500. Total approved project cost is $93,158.
$88,50011/30/2007
83605801-0North Carolina DENRFY11 EXCHANGE NETWORK - NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

This project will develop a new outbound RCRAInfo Handler data plug-in for OpenNode2, which will allow the NC Node to receive copies of RCRAInfo data from the EPA Central Data Exchange and eliminate the dual data entry burden for DENR's Division of Waste Management staff. The project will also develop an updated plug-in for OpenNode2 to support version 2.0 of the UIC schema.
$140,50009/30/2013
96018601-0Indochinese Cultural & Service CenterASIAN MULTI-MEDIA ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH HAZARDS SMALL GRANT PROGRAM.

The goal of this participatory project by the Indochinese Cultural and Service Center is, through culturally appropriate strategies, to promote and sustain healthy SE Asian communities, and reduce the risks from environmental hazards in their home environments. Project activities include community outreach, disseminating language-specific educational materials and strengthening and expanding the collaborative partnership between ICSC, and the Tacoma/Pierce County Health Dept.
$25,00001/31/2007
00934301-3North Fork RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - GAP III

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include solid waste management program, develop Tribal climate change program and community education on climate change, Tribal community environmental education, and drinking water protection program.

This award provides funding for the period of 10/01/2010 to 9/30/2011.
$460,00009/30/2011
96506502-1Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY - POLLUTION PREVENTION

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will continue to build its capacity for pollution prevention (P2) regulatory integration through a combination of projects and program development activities to address specific regulatory issues with prevention-oriented solutions. Projects include: Publicly Owned Treatment Works Phosphorus Reduction Initiative; Lake City Low-Impact Demonstrations; P2 Regulatory Integration Communication Strategy; P2 Technical Assistance Capacity Building; and Program Evaluation and Systems Development.
$165,70006/30/2008
97579101-2National Council for Air & Stream Improvement Inc.NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR AIR AND STREAM IMPROVEMENT

This action will extend the budget and project period to April 30, 2003. This action in no way provides additional funding to this grant. This grant will continue to increase coordination and collaboration among industries generating significant amounts of non-hazardous industrial by-products and those who have the potential to beneficially reuse them, thereby diverting these materials from landfilling and incineration.
$25,00006/30/2003
82893101-1Environmental Fund for PennsylvaniaGREENWORKS PROJECT

SMALL GRANT - The objective of this project is to support the development of an environmental education video outlining the Environmental Monitoring for Public Access and Community Tracking (EMPACT) Program.
$75,00009/30/2003
98748901-1City of PostvillePOSTVILLE IA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

For the construction of a mechanical wastewater treatment plant for the purpose of treating industrial wastewater, as described in the Recipient's grant application.
$433,50009/30/2006
97665101-1Pueblo of TesuqueWATER QUALITY PROGRAM

Development and continuation of water quality management program activities including water quality sampling, compiling data and developing water quality standards.
$60,00012/31/2005
97021501-2WA Dept of EcologyPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

Projects: Mobile Business Pledge; The Cleaner Production Challenge; Target P2 and EPP Efforts Around the Worst PBTs; Pesticide Use Reduction Through "Kids in the Watershed' and Other Community Education Projects; Orchard Chipping Demonstration Project - To supports five pollution prevention projects that are part of Washington's overall P2 program.
$165,00012/31/2005
96046001-1Physicians for Social ResponsibilityIN HARM'S WAY: TOXIC THREATS TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT

In Harm's Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development (IHW) will protect and improve children's, pregnant women's and Latinos' health and reduce the effects of toxic environmental exposures. This multifaceted project combines educational outreach to health professionals, including practical tools, to prevent toxic exposures. This will be accomplished by providing grand rounds presentations in hospitals, presentations to practitioners and health outreach workers, a half-day conference in Washington, and guidance materials for physicians and patients. IHW will develop strategic partnerships between leading scientists, physicians and environmental health experts to build local capacity to create an environment safer for children, our most vulnerable population, and safeguard their health, learning potential, and futures. IHW will help providers use information in environmental assessments to recognize pathways of exposure and how to prevent toxic exposures.
$40,00002/28/2009
82900301-4North Carolina State UniversitySOUTHERN OXIDANTS STUDY -

To provide scientific leadership and administrative management to the Southern Oxidant Study Program.
$420,00003/31/2004
35000045-1New Mexico Environment DepartmentFY 10-11 CWA 205(J) & 604(B) WATER QUALITY PLANNING GRANT

NMED submitted a multi-year work plan for FY 10 and FY 11 to provide assistance to NMED with water quality management planning activities in the Middle Rio Grande and Cimmaron River watersheds which includes the completion of Total Maximum Daily Loads(TMDLs) in these watersheds. The funding will also be used to develop Nonpoint Source Pollutant strategies to reduce loading of E. coli on the Albuquerque Middle Rio Grande (MRG), for the water quality management planning and management of the project on Burn Lake, and for facilitation services for the MRG watershed-based MS4 permit pilot planning team. This action will also extend the grant budget period by one month to allow completion of all work plan tasks.
$201,00001/31/2012
83490501-0City of Ogdensburg New YorkCITY OF OGDENSBURG BROWNFIELD

This project will provide funding for the City of Ogdensburg to conduct area-wide planning of the Ogdensburg Brownfields Opportunity Area to inform brownfield assessment, cleanup, and reuse activities. This project will also include brownfields site reuse planning including engaging the community, developing area-wide planning strategies of the brownfields-impacted area, evaluating infrastructure needs, formulating an area-wide plan, and determining next steps and resources needed to implement the plan.
$145,00008/31/2012
83322501-1University of HoustonFDP - THE IMPACT OF AEROSOLS, CLOUDS, AND OZONE

The objective of this study is to measure surface UV irradiance and actinic flux, and then use the data to develop and test a hybrid modeling approach to understand the influence of air pollution on UV radiation and protolysis rates.
$292,30903/13/2010
83344001-0Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LA DEQ) will collect samples from the Lower Mississippi River. LA DEQ staff will coordinate field sampling and will take part in compiling the data. Work will be done according to the methods and procedures of the National Rivers and Streams Assessment. Results will be used to improve Louisiana's ability to assess the Mississippi River and will improve their Clean Water Acts reports.
$158,76112/30/2009
98770201-4Limestone Bluffs RC and D Area Inc.COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING FOR WATER QUALITY

To develop a community-based comprehensive watershed management plan for the watershed above Lake Delhi which is part of the Maquoketa River watershed in Eastern Iowa. The comprehensive plan will provide the needed planning information to enable stakeholders to access financial resources to implement water quality protection practices.
$100,00012/31/2008
00E20001-1Accountability & Credibility TogetherACOUNTABILITY AND CREDIBILITY TOGETHER

The targeted zip codes in Cincinnati have the major predictive factors for lead poisoning; residents are 50% below the poverty level, 24% are of minority population, and 71.1% of housing was built before 1970.

The blood lead screening level is below 50% in the targeted areas. The Hamilton County Lead Poisoning & Testing Collaborative (HCC) proposes to implement three broad objectives:
1) coordinated enhanced outreach and education about lead hazards and their effects on young children, to include training of targeted tenants and homeowners in the proper inspection and maintenance of lead-contaminated housing;
2) increased screening (up from 50% to 70%) of both Medicaid and non-Medicaid eligible children to age 72 months, and coordinated follow-up for treatment of identified cases with elevated blood lead levels; and
3) development and expansion of the Hamilton County Collaborative.
$85,00709/30/2010
96964001-0Gila River Indian CommunityCAPACITY BUILDING FOR STATES AND TRIBES

Funds support following activities for the Gila River Indian community: a one day compliance assistance event on waste water ordinance; a one day compliance assistance event on Pesticide Ordinance; an article on illegal dumping for newspaper in surrounding jurisdiction; a one day workshop on inspection and compliance for staff; and communicate, share project materials and results with the Gila River Indian community and other Region 9 Tribes. This agreement provides full EPA assistance amount of $30,000. Pre-award costs are approved back to 7/1/06.
$30,00003/01/2008
96642501-2Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentPERMIT COMPLIANCE SYSTEM (PCS) MODERNIZATION ANALYSIS AND SUPPORT

This project will assist the State of Oklahoma in strengthening its ability to address environmental and public health threats, while furthering the art and science of environmental compliance. The focus areas are: (1) Permit Compliance System (PCS) Modernization. The majority of the funding is directed towards the PCS Modernization area.
$150,00010/31/2010
83455801-0DavisCHARACTERIZATION OF SHIP PARTICULATE EMISSIONS

Field measurements of light absorption, which is a proxy for black carbon, and light extinction by ambient particulate matter will be made using photoacoustic and cavity-ringdown spectrometers on board the R/V Atlantis along the California coast as part of the CalNex field campaign. Emphasis on regions near large shipping ports will help characterize PM emissions from ships using measurements with high temporal resolution. Ship plume ageing experiments will be conducted by intercepting plumes from individual vessels at different downwind distances.
$249,99903/31/2013
99560309-0IL Department of Public HealthILLINOIS DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - TSCA 404G LEAD PROGRAM

Illinois Lead -Based Paint Certification and Licensing program. IDPH seeking this grant to continue administering and enforcing regulations to ensure that the individuals and firms perform lead activities following the safe work practices to eliminate the childhood lead poisoning.
$334,64309/30/2005
98793801-1Missouri Botanical GardenINVESTIGATING GREEN SCHOOLS

Investigating Green Schools will serve K-12 students in the greater St. Louis area. Approximately 500 students in grades 5-8 and eight teachers will participate in this project. This project will involve students and teachers assuming the roles of energy auditors, building designers and green building ambassadors to present the benefits of going green to the public. Teachers and students will present information about green buildings at school board meetings and create public service announcements to get the message out about the advantages of going green. Students, teachers and the community will learn about green schools, steps districts can take to green their buildings and how schools can lead community-wide sustainability efforts. Students, teachers and community members will learn about the environmental and energy consumption impact schools have on the environment and options for reducing this impact. This project has the potential to reach more than 50,000 students in school districts throughout the region.
$24,50712/31/2009
82639601-5George Washington UniversityADVANCING RISK ASSESSMENT FOR WATER QUALITY ISSUES

To provide a mechanism in which new risk assessment methodologies can be addressed and solutions offered to the interested community.
$3,453,84412/31/2003
00F23401-6Osage NationOSAGE NATION UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROJECT

The Osage Nation will conduct well testing and inspecting, enforcement and compliance, and permitting of injection wells.
$273,34509/30/2012
97311101-0St. Mary's College of MarylandTRANSLATING ST MARY R. WATER QUALITY DATA

This award provides $198,800 in funding for the recipient monitoring project to evaluate the effect of urban development patterns on the water quality and ecological health of the St Mary's River, a sub-estuary of the Chesapeake Bay.
$198,80008/30/2006
97833601-1Blackfeet Tribal Business CouncilNONPOINT SOURCE PROJECTS

This award provides funds to promote the development and implementation of a watershed-based plan and best management practices (BMPs) which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$148,72409/30/2012
55000106-1Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesCEP - WISCONSIN DNR - CLEAN WATER FY 2006 CAPITALIZATION STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY 2006 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant. Under the Clean Water Act (CWA), US EPA awards annual capitalization grants to each State to capitalize a state revolving fund, which the State can then use to provide loans for point source (wastewater) and nonpoint source water pollution control projects. The State of Wisconsin via the Clean Water Fund Program (CWFP) - a direct loan program, operates a financial assistance program.
$23,673,87009/30/2008
97719201-0Migrant Farmworkers ProjectMIGRANT FARMWORKERS PROJECT- CAMBIO CLIMATICO

The Cambio Climatico (Climant Change) project will address the effects of climate change and other environmental issues like lead and agricultural pesticide exposure, that affect the health of migrant seasonal farmworker adults and their families in Lafayette County, western Missouri. Through this project, information , skill-building, support and items will be provided to the migrant farmworking community so they will have information and skills to guard against environmental issues such as risk of lead poisoning and exposure to agricultural chemicals.
$25,00007/31/2011
00207803-1Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY-03 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This grant is to assist the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (i.e. Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board) in the implementation of its air pollution control programs. This includes: responding to citizen air pollution complaints, enforcing state and local air pollution control codes, and conducting inspections of sources of air pollution for compliance with appropriate regulations.
$1,049,19109/30/2004
83178201-1Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyFY04 EXCHANGE NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION GRANT - OHIO EPA

This project supports the development and use of the Environmental Information Exchange Network. It will provide electronic access to the environmental data and information needed by states, tribes, and territorial partners to track environmental conditions, ensure regulatory compliance, and enhance programmatic effectiveness. The Exchange Network will also help reduce reporting burdens, improve data quality, and integrate environmental data from different sources to address the Nation's environmental challenges more effectively.
$300,00009/30/2007
82855101-1Delaware Department of TransportationCORRIDOR CAPACITY PRESERVATION PROGRAM - WORKBOOK AND WEBSITE

Time Extension (Amendment)
$40,00006/30/2003
00T73301-0City of East Palo AltoBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement will be used to conduct a cleanup of a Brownfields site contaminated with hazardous substances. The cleanup will remove contaminated soils, construct a cap, and complete soil stabilization measures to prevent future migration of contaminates via stormwater flows. This award provides $200,000 in federal funds.
$200,00012/30/2014
98369101-2Henry County Public Service AuthSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant provides for the construction of pump stations, force mains and flow equalization facilities at the Upper and Lower Smith River WWTPs to divert flows to City of Martinsville WWTP. Also, refurbish primary and secondary clarifiers and other components at the Martinsville WWTP. Part of the project costs include purchasing capacity rights to the Martinsville WWTP.
$2,360,00010/31/2005
97379901-2VA Dept of Environmental QualityPRE-REMEDIAL RESPONSE - PA/SI

Funds will be used for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to conduct site characterization activities, preliminary assessments, site inspections, and remedial investigations at potential sites for the National Priorities List. Funds will also be used to cleanup hazardous waste sites that are found to pose hazards to human health.
$962,07009/30/2013
99535302-5Great Lakes CommissionGREAT LAKES TOXIC AIR EMISSIONS INVENTORY PROJECT: PHASE 1X

The overall objective is to begin conducting a 2002 regional point, area, and mobile sources emissions contributors to the waters and urban areas of the Great Lakes, and to disseminate this inventory via the Internet. The project will also enhance and update the inventory and emissions estimation software and database system. The scope of the inventory includes all eight Great Lakes States. The Great Lake Commission has MOUs with each of the States for their work on the project.
$3,572,92409/30/2004
97178901-1City of StamfordMILL RIVER ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

Per your application request dated May 23, 2007, this grant agreement is being awarded to provide funds for the proposed project that involves implementing a range of alternatives to improve the water quality and restore the Mill River section of the Rippowam River watershed. Some examples of the restoration efforts may involve improving and augmenting existing flows in the river; implementing a number stormwater management related improvements such as bioretention basins, permeable pavers, and litter control; and the possible removal of retaining walls and replacing them with natural vegetative stabilization, and ensuring environmental conditions are restored to a level necessary to enable the return of anadromous fish and other species, as well as waterfowl.
$955,60012/31/2014
96506801-4Michigan Department of Environmental QualityBIOWATCH MONITORING PROGRAM

Through this cooperative agreement, the State of Michigan will demonstrate the effectiveness of newly developed, state-of-the-art air monitoring equipment to aid in protecting public health through the early detection of the release of biological agents in the air.
$1,761,34109/30/2006
97343801-0City of Baltimore Development CorporationBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT/COMMUNITY-WIDE (HAZ SUBS)

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, conduct planning and outreach activities, and perform Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments of brownfield mine-scarred lands contaminated with hazardous substances in the City of Baltimore, Maryland.
$200,00009/30/2009
99835909-1SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesWASTEWATER OPERATOR PROGRAM

To substantially enhance the proficiency of personnel engaged in the operations and maintenance of treatment works and related activities by financing pilot programs.
$35,00009/30/2005
98172001-3University of ConnecticutREDUCING THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH HERBICIDES

Develop a weed management program for New England farmers for the production of pumpkins.
$40,00010/30/2007
99897601-7UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97006/30/2004
98958404-0Yerington Paiute TribeFY04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $121,229, which includes $46,229 of unexpended funds from Grant #I-989584-02-1. These funds will support workplan activities numbered 1 through 12 of the approved workplan for Yerington's FY04 Water Pollution Control Program (CWA Section 106). Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2003.
$121,22906/30/2004
00900905-0Ventura County APCDFY-05 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,196,790. The objective of this program is to provide continuing support for the Ventura County APCD, California, air pollution control program, including ambient air quality monitoring, planning, regulatory development, enforcement and other activities.
$1,196,79009/30/2005
00429204-1FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

Public Water Supply Supervision grant to the State of Florida to implement the state drinking water act and the amendments of 1996.
$3,845,80009/30/2004
98309101-4MD Dept of the EnvironmentPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES GRANT PROGRAM

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $1,446.85 are being deobligated in accordance with the final Financial Status Report submitted 7/24/03.
ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
$71,69504/30/2003
98978901-2City of Los AngelesBROWNFIELDS TRAINING - BROWNFIELDS JOB TRAINING DEMONSTRATION PILOT PROJECT

This amendment corrects the budget and project starting dates to reflect 10/01/2000. All terms and conditions of previous agreements remain in full force and effect. There is no change to the total EPA approved amount of $175,000.
$175,00010/15/2004
97426110-3KY Cabinet for Health and Family ServicesSTATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

Radon is a high-risk indoor contaminant and the second leading cause of lung cancer. Funds will be used to continue developing and implementing the state Radon program. More specifically, funding will be used to continue educating the public about the dangers of indoor radon exposure and about specific actions that can be taken to reduce elevated radon levels in homes, schools, and workplaces through a variety of approaches. Results will be tracked and documented.
$817,69803/31/2013
97148101-1Hitchcock Center for the EnvironmentRIVERVIEW - A CURRENT LOOK AT THE SAWMILL RIVER

The Riverview Project brings 120 elementary students into contact with a local habitat, the Sawmill River and its watershed. Students and teachers learn through direct contact about local habitat, pollution causes and solutions, resource conservations, and plant and wildlife habitat protection in the watershed.
$9,46806/30/2007
96028701-2City of IrrigonWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

The City of Irrigon has determined that their current water supply is contaminated with nitrates. It must provide a new uncontaminated supply of drinking water for city residents. The CIty of Irrigon plans to drill and test two wells, construct a pump house, take a condemned well off line, build a new 1,500,000 gallon storage facility, and upgrade water transmission mains.
$482,10012/31/2009
98823306-0Lower Brule Sioux Tribal CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP)

This award provides funding to assist the tribe in planning, developing, and establishing the capability to implement environmental management programs in Indian Country.
$81,29103/31/2007
99970901-3Soboba Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment decreases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $39,845, based on the final Financial Status Report dated 10/2/01. The deobligated balance of $39,845 has been carried forward to Grant #GA-98989801-1.
$329,09908/12/2001
98379501-4Somerset Township Municipal AuthSOMERSET TOWNSHIP VILLAGE OF LAVANSVILLE SEWER

This grant is for construction of a new 150,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment plant, approximately 45,000 linear feet (LF) of gravity sewers, 10,000 LF of pressure sewers, grinder pumps, and one pump station in Lavansville, PA.
$1,088,00005/31/2007
96652501-2Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal year 2007/08 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00009/30/2009
97339201-0University of Maryland College ParkCHESAPEAKE BAY BLUE RIBBON FINANCE PANEL

This cooperative agreement funds work to develop effective sustainable watershed financing strategies and continue the work of the Blue Ribbon Panel. Tasks include establishing financing authority and a voluntary funding network.
$45,00006/30/2008
96936505-2AZ Dept of Env QualityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - NPS PROJECT XVI

This cooperative agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,973,838 to fund projects that will educate the public on methods to prevent nonpoint source pollution, implement local best management practice projects that reduce pollution, and document program results, i.e., water quality improvements. Project results are: reducing nonpoint sources of pollution, restoring impaired water bodies, and protecting surface and ground water throughout the State of Arizona. The State administers this comprehensive program with federal guidance. Preaward costs have been approved back to 07/01/2005.
$1,973,83806/30/2010
83169601-2National Rural Water AssociationRURAL AND SMALL DRINKING WATER TECNICAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR SMALL AND RURAL WATER SYSTEM PERSONNEL

Providing a nationwide state specific technical assistance training program to rural and small water systems to address critical needs in rule implementation, capacity development and contamination prevention.
$12,548,14504/30/2007
96666401-1Houston-Galveston Area CouncilWALLER ISD SCHOOL DISTRICT RETROFIT 35 SCHOOL BUSES

This cooperative agreement is to provide assistance to the Houston-Galveston Area Council - to retrofit forty-seven (47) school buses with EPA-certified diesel particular filters (DPFs) and closed crankcase ventilation (CCV) systems, bringing them up to the 2007 federal emissions' standards. The retrofits will occur on school buses that are part of Waller Independent School District. Implementation of this project will help reduce children's harmful exposure to particulate matter and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and air toxics, and improve overall regional air quality within the 8-county Houston-Galveston-Brazoria (HGB) ozone non-attainment area, which includes Waller County. The results of the project will be reduction of emissions of a variety of air toxins. Among these benzene, formaldehyde, and 1,3-butadiene, which are known carcinogens.
$200,00004/30/2011
00215225-0NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationPESTICIDES ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

A Cooperative Agreement is provided to the NYSDEC to assist in the administration of its Pesticides Enforcement Program.
$484,90009/30/2003
98035301-1AK Dept of Environ ConservTERMINATION OF GRANT "PRELIMINARY FIELD REVIEW TO CONDUCT WATER QUALITY MONITORING."

Pursuant to 40 CFR 31, this amendment terminates this grant in its entirety by mutual consent of the parties. The costs incurred by the grantee in the amount of $3,989 have been repaid in full to EPA and no other payment is due.
$007/31/2000
97638601-0La Cienega Valley CESCOMMUNITIES SURVEY ON LANL CONTAMINANTS

This research project is to develop an independent survey of the surrounding Los Alamos National Laboratory. The survey will assess the knowledge and understanding of the communities regarding contaminants in their communities such as hazardous substances in the water and air.
$20,00012/31/2004
97228010-1Middlesex County Improvement AuthorityMCIA BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COALITION AGREEMENT

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the Middlesex County Improvement Authority will use the funding to develop and implement a program to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances in the City of Perth Amboy and the Township of Woodbridge, so that planning may be done to address the contamination. The Middlesex County Improvement Authority in coordination with the City of Perth Amboy and the Township of Woodbridge will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with hazardous substances in Perth Amboy's Redevelopment Area 1 and the Township of Woodbridge's Route One Corridor in the Avernel Section. During the life of the project, the Middlesex County Improvement Authority will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$1,000,00009/30/2012
00T19601-1Buckskin Sanitary DistrictWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - HOLIDAY HARBOR SANITARY SEWER TRUNKLINE PROJECT

The proposed project includes construction of gravity sewer and force main. This project also includes the construction of 17 manholes for the gravity system, air release valves for the force mains, and service connection stub-outs for future service connections.This project will connect 281 equivalent dwelling units to this new sanitary sewer system; sewage will temporarily flow to the Buckskin/Sandpiper wastewater treatment plant.
$485,00004/30/2012
83077001-8Board of Water Commisioners of Columbus GeorgiaCOLUMBUS WATER WORKS - CBFT3 ADVANCED DEMO PROJECT

To demonstrate the effectiveness of the Columbus Biosolids Flow-Through Thermophilic Treatment process to meet the Class A pathogen reduction requirements and produce renewable ("Green") energy.
$2,547,77609/30/2012
96647001-1New Mexico Environment DepartmentNMED POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

Funding will provide for general operational activities of NMED's Pollution Prevention (P2) Program, ensuring the sustainability of the Green Zia Environmental Excellence Program. To improve state distribution of pollution prevention services, NMED plans to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement with WERC. NMED P2 and WERC have successfully utilized EPA P2 funding to conduct on-site technical assistance, training and community-based P2 surveys in all parts of the state including traditionally underserved areas, border region, pueblos and tribes.
$72,30703/31/2010
97694001-0Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM (MONITOR SURFACE WATER)

Continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal year 2005 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00009/30/2006
00T21501-0White Mountain Apache TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, education and outreach, monitoring air and emissions, and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides federal assistance in the amount of $82,167.
$82,16709/30/2010
96469607-0Town of RosmanCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

The project includes the replacement and repair of deteriorating sewer lines in downtown Rosman, North Carolina, the construction of sewer lines to areas currently on septic tanks, and a new wastewater treatment plant with effluent discharge to the French Broad River. A Finding of No Significant Impact was issued for this project on June 22, 2005. This project is located in the Upper French Broad watershed, United States Geologic Survey Cataloging Unit 06010105.
$1,367,90010/01/2008
00943808-3AZ Dept of Env QualitySFY-08/09 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The objective of this program is to implement the regulations of Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA). The program will help ensure compliance with RCRA authorized waste management regulations in Arizona at hazardous waste generation and management facilities. In addition funds will be used to issue permits to hazardous waste management facilities, manage clean-up of contaminated sites, inspect trucks importing hazardous waste at the Arizona/Mexico Border, and develop and maintain programs aimed at reducing waste and increasing recycling.
$3,433,00006/30/2009
97093301-1Port of SeattleBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES AT TERMINAL 106 WEST, PIER 34, AND NORTH BAY AT TERMINAL 91.

The Port of Seattle's Brownfields strategy is to identify sites with potential environmental barriers and work to trigger assessment, clean up, and eventual redevelopment of those properties. This funding will better enable the Port to continue its efforts to address environmental and economic development issues in an integrated and forward-thinking manner.
$200,00009/30/2007
98249702-1New York Academy of SciencesINDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY, POLLUTION PREVENTION, AND THE NEW YORK HARBOR ($20,856)

This amendment increases the agreement by $4,060 from $20,856 to $24,916. These funds are provided to organize and coordinate a panel discussion with representatives of the dental sector as an outgrowth of the mercury report. All Terms and Conditions to the previous award are in effect.
$24,91612/31/2002
97430406-0AL Dept of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement will assist the State of Alabama in the development and implementation of a statewide program to assess radon problems and to inform the public and educate the industry and others concerning health risks and the steps they need to take for radon measurement, mitigation, and the use of radon-resistant construction techniques.
$250,00009/30/2006
99783805-0Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

State water quality mangement planning programs with priority to watershed restoration projects.
$120,76009/30/2005
83499401-0Philippine Cncl for Ind Engy&Emg Tech Rsch&DevCAPACITY BLDG ENERGY PRODCTN-LANDFILLS-PHILIPPINES

The project will focus on capacity building development of landfill gas utilization as an alternative energy source in the Philippines. The project will identify cost-effective opportunities to recover methane emissions for energy production and potential financing mechanisms to encourage investments. The project is aimed at addressing specific challenges to methane recovery, such as raising awareness, improving local expertise and knowledge through a training and seminars on the applicable technologies in the country and best management practices on methane recovery.
$105,00002/28/2013
97336101-1Town of BurnsvilleCURRY RIDGE WATERLINE EXTENSION PROJECT

This grant provides for improvements to the water distribution system that would increase service to 66 residential customers and to the new Camp Sunshine - Mountain Lakes, located at Curry Ridge in the Town of Burnsville, West Virginia
$192,40003/31/2008
97434803-2FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionPOLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

This action approves $94,607 unobligated funds to be carryover to NP97434803-0.
$107,48009/30/2003
97591201-0Reuse Development Organization Inc.REDO'S DONATIONS PROGRAM - MARKETING PROGRAM

To establish a donations infrastructure with the membership of the American Hardware Manufacturers Association to transfer reusable hardware products that would have been otherwise disposed of in landfills to used building materials warehouses and non-profit organizations supporting community building projects.
$20,00006/15/2003
00343903-0MD Dept of the EnvironmentWATER QUALITY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

Assisting States, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities.
$325,69109/30/2003
99151204-2New Hampshire D.H.H.S.TSCA TITLE IV LEAD PROGRAM

$238,24209/30/2001
83115501-2Intl Council for Local Env InitiativesCITIES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE CAMPAIGN AND URBAN HEAT ISLAND MITIGATION

This project assists cities across the nation to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants by implementing renewable energy, energy efficiency, solid waste management, land-use planning and urban heat island measures. Such measures will improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
$431,30012/31/2006
00146204-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

Comprehensive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticides laws and regulations.
$208,47209/30/2004
96543001-0Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyFY 2005 - ILLINOIS EPA - AIR TOXICS

This project proposes to establish a large area-monitoring program to characterize air toxic compounds (benzene, ethylene and xylene - BETX) at 30 sites across the Chicago urban area. This LAMP project would be implemented in two phases. The project would begin with a three site, twelve month sampling program and then be expanded by the implementation of a sixteen site, one month field study of BETX (benzene, ethylbenzene, touleneand xylenes) concentrations. Method comparisions would also be conducted to compare LAMP results to data derived from both VOC (volital organic compound) canister sampling and real time gas chromatography results.
$84,19103/31/2006
97300301-1Penn State Children's HospitalPROJECT USING THE LEAPFROG INTERACTIVE LEARNING TOOL.

The primary purpose of this project is to reach 75 school age asthmatic children in the Harrisburg City School System setting and educate them on environmental triggers in the home. The best way to accomplish this goal will be to use the LeapPad Learning System along with the book, "Meet The Amazing Broncholis: An Interactive Asthma Story." This project will provide customized asthma education using this specially designed, interactive asthma tool.
$11,79906/13/2005
00T66801-0Cabazon Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $82,000.
$82,00009/30/2012
98667701-4The University of Texas at El PasoENHANCING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE EL PASO AREA BUILDINGS

This amendment extends the budget and project periods from 09/01/2000 - 02/28/2003 to 09/01/2000 - 08/31/2003. The award remains $39,988 (Federal).
$39,66208/31/2003
99797101-2Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesHAZARDOUS WASTE ENFORCEMENT DATA QUALITY

Data improvement in compliance and data systems used by the Hazardous Waste Enforcement Section. Will identify areas for more efficient and accurate data entry and reporting, document alterations, and produce a report of findings.
$53,26106/30/2004
00937208-1HI Dept of HealthFY-08 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to provide continuing support for activities which include strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing state implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking, operating permits and other program-related activities. This program will protect and improve the air quality in the State of Hawaii and reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
$762,76809/30/2008
96605801-0OK Dept of Env QualityVIDEO CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT

Regional Geographic Initiative (RGI) funds are for the purchase of video teleconference equipment for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) building at 707 N. Robinson in Oklahoma City, OK. Video teleconferenceing will allow ODEQ personnel to establish audio and video connections to other locations so participants can see and hear everyone in front of the camera. This will save time and money by reducing physical visits and will allow greater communication.
$9,95911/30/2006
97694301-0Sac and Fox NationWATER MONITORING ASSESSMENT PROJECT

Continued support for water pollution control program. FY 2006 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00009/30/2006
97854401-1The University of MontanaDEVELOPING A LONG-TERM, ROTATING BASIN, WETLAND ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING STRATEGY FOR MONTANA

This award provide funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands, through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$125,22805/31/2010
83268901-0Denver Zoological FoundationCOMMUNITY LEADERSHIP PROJECT

SMALL GRANT- This project will provide K-8th grade teachers and students in the Denver area with skills to implement service learning projects to improve their community.
$62,54509/30/2006
00T51501-1Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include assisting tribes with a windshield survey, develop a QAPP for an air Emissions Inventory, creating a GIS map, complete a final used tire collection plan, develop household hazardous waste outreach materials, hold a household hazardous waste collection day, produce a solid waste calendar, attend relavant environmental conferences, workshops and trainings.
This award provides funding for the period of 10/1/11 to 9/30/2012 and includes $100,070 for the implementation of a solid waste program.
$340,07009/30/2014
97820101-2Utah Geological SurveyFY2004 REGION 8 CONSOLIDATED FUNDING PROCESS (CFP) RFP

The work includes the collection of ground-water quality samples from new wells and analyses for general chemistry parameters, dissolved metals, organic compounds, and radionuclides. A series of maps showing aquifer water quality will be developed for the ground-water classification petition to the State Water Quality Board. A locational database for septic systems within the Valley will also be developed using GPS.
$25,00012/31/2006
97801301-0SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSDDENR/FY04 P2

1) will assist the livestock industry with the development of manure management systems that prevent surface and ground water pollution, and meet regulatory requirements, 2) conduct on-site assessments and classroom training for state Park Managers and employees to reduce wastes generated in parks, 3) further develop the state government web site as a source reduction information transfer and technical assistance tool, and 4) provide technical assistance to the state's agricultural and business sectors to continue adoption of P2 as the preferred environmental protection alternative.
$74,00009/30/2006
96530301-1City of Little Falls MinnesotaCITY OF LITTLE FALLS - BROWNFIELD REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM

City of Little Falls will provide remediation of petroleum contamination of property located at 100 SW 5th Avenue, former Hennepin Paper Company located in Little Falls, MN.
$200,00009/30/2010
97606201-0Teaching Responsible Earth EducationOUTDOOR PROGRAM FOR LOW-INCOME AND CULTURALLY DIVERSE YOUTH

T.R.E.E. will expand its five-day, four-night Sunship Earth education program to include John Dibert Elementary School in New Orleans, LA., an inner-city public school whose population is 94% minority. This popluation of students is particularly lacking in knowledge about environmental issues and will thus benefit greatly from T.R.E.E.'s hands-on approach to environmental education. Educating these youngsters about the issues directly affecting their lives as residents of the area commonly called "Cancer Alley" will do much to advance the cause of environmental justice described in the EPA's Environmental Education grant guidelines.
$14,65006/30/2003
99501913-1Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - INDOOR RADON - FY 2003

To establish effective radon programs among States, Territories, and Federally Recognized Indian Tribes; Increase the number of homes, schools, and other buildings tested and mitigated for radon; Encourage radon testing and disclosure in connection with real estate transfers; implement radon resistant construction standard in high risk areas; and promote environmental justice through programs and outreach efforts directed at low-income and/or culturally-diverse populations.
$335,00009/30/2003
96154401-0City of East ProvidenceWATER MAIN CLEANING AND LINING PROJECT

The project involves the cleaning and lining of drinking water distribution mains which service a section of the East Providence water system. This will remove tuberculation which has accumulated over the years within the water mains, which will ultimately improve water pressure and water quality to residents.
$400,00009/01/2012
00473011-1MS State Oil and Gas BoardSTATE UNDERGROUND WATER SOURCE PROTECTION

This action provides partial funding in the amount of $19,250 to the Mississppi State Oil and Gas Board to continue implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program under the Safe Drinking Water Act through permitting, inventory, inspections and enforcement which will ensure that underground sources of drinking water are protected to provide safe drinking water for the public.
$108,00009/30/2011
97099001-1Douglas Indian AssociationEDUCATIONAL OUTREACH/BASELINE ASSESSMENT OF EXPOSURE TO LEAD POISONING

Educational Outreach and Baseline Assessment of Existing Exposure to Lead Poisoning of Tribal Children
$125,00012/31/2007
33000102-0New Hampshire D.E.S.FY2002 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Hampshire, Water Pollution Control, Clean Water State Revolving Fund, Under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$13,322,62806/30/2012
98564001-6Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMDEQ - VCP/BROWNFIELDS

This action will provide funds to Michigan DEQ for Fiscal Year 2003, for continued efforts on the Voluntary Cleanup & Brownfield Superfund program.
$1,495,60709/30/2004
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