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00E01330Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyLAKE ERIE MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This project will allow the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) to continue general monitoring and national survey activities. More specifically, this grant will fund sampling to determine Ambient Station Water Column Chemicals, Burrowing Mayfly Density studies, Central Basin Hypoxia/Anoxia assessments, phytoplankton studies, and fish community studies. The activities are a continuation of the efforts of an OEPA 2011-2013 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant and from Clean Water Act 106 Monitoring grants from 2011-2013.
$315,00004/01/201507/15/2017
97546711Cleveland State UniversityGREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL FINANCE CENTER PROJECT

Funding for this Cooperative Agreement will provide technical assistance, training, and applied research resources to State, local Government, Private Sector, and Non-for-Profit organizations. The Great Lakes Environmental Finance Center (GLEFC) proposes three project areas to be completed under this program; (1) Follow-up to Small Water System Training, (2) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 Sustainability Projects and (3) The Role of State Public Utility Commissions with Municipal Water and Sewer Utilities.
$30,00004/01/201503/31/2016
99201820NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFFY14 LAKE CHAMPLAIN MANAGEMENT

This agreement provides support to the recipient to implement New York's portion of the Lake Champlain Management Plan. This project also provides for the continuation of the ongoing long term water quality and biological monitoring program, which detects environmental changes in the Lake. These data will assist in developing and supporting management decisions and evaluating pollution reduction implementation plans. In addition, a new initiative will be developed in the NY portion of the Champlain Basin to control nutrient pollution from rural back roads into the Lake.
$390,00004/01/201503/31/2018
00E01395Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO WETLAND AND STREAM MITIGATION IMPROVEMENT

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency's (OEPA) Federal Fiscal Year 2014 Regional Wetlands Program Development grant will focus its efforts on improving stream and wetland mitigation. The OEPA will develop a publically accessible Geographic Information System, that will include many layers of information and functionality and a soil health index. OEPA will also establish a workgroup of wetland experts to determine which uncategorized Ohio wetlands are the most valuable to categorize in the future.
$191,25004/15/201504/15/2018
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00J87001Native Village of Port HeidenINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Build the capacity for the Native Village of Port Heiden to protect human health and the environment. Develop community adaptation strategies in response to projected climate change impacts and potential effects on our village and traditional life ways. Assess the sources of air pollution that may be impacting the tribal community to determine which (e.g. road dust, wood smoke, solid waste burning, indoor air quality, diesel emissions) are of greatest concern to tribal members and leaders and which are most likely to be able to be impacted through community action. Solid Waste Management and Pollution Prevention.
$125,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00E04411Upper Sioux CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Upper Sioux Indian Community in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe. Funds are being provided under the General Assistance Program and the Clean Water Act Section 106, which will assist the tribe to continue the development of tribal capacity to administer environmental programs and projects. Specific projects during this grant period include groundwater monitoring, and monitoring and collections of surface water data.
$220,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00J83801Native Village of MekoryukINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Native Village of Mekoryuk will continue to build tribal capacity to manage and environmental program by focusing on Toxics Management / Solid and Hazardous Waste Management and providing community members with environmental education on topics relevant to the area.
$124,99901/01/201512/31/2015
96804701MT Department of Environmental QualityMT DEQ FY14 WDPG VOLUNTARY RESTORATION

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality will be working on three projects to further the development of their monitoring and assessment and restoration programs. The three projects are to develop a watershed risk assessment strategy, develop Story Mill Coummunity Park as a living classroom for the community of Bozeman and Montana State University, and develop a wetland restoration partnership cooperative.
$124,50001/01/201512/31/2016
96552407Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Little Traverse Bay Band in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe on the reservation. Funds are being provided under the General Assistance Program, Clean Water Act Section 106, and Brownfields Tribal Response Program. This PPG will assist the tribe to continue the development of the capacity to administer environmental programs and projects on the reservation.
$389,48701/01/201512/31/2016
96191601Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corp.FAIRMOUNT CORRIDOR BUS SHELTER LIVING ROOFS INITIATIVE

The Dorcester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) will expand its Fairmount Corridor Living Roof Pilot to include the installation of additional bus shelter living roof demonstration sites. These demonstration sites will provide street-level, hands-on training and community education to the residents, transit users and visitors of the Fairmount Corridor, an area comprising the neighborhoods of Dorcester, Mattapan and Hyde Park in Boston, Massachusetts. The project will serve to increase knowledge on a broad array of environmental topics including green infrastructure, air pollution, stormwater flooding, and urban environmental health issues.
$25,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00D23714Dade CountyMIAMI-DADE NEAR ROADWAY NITROGEN DIOXIDE MONITORING

This action approves a new award in the amount of $200,000 to Miami-Dade County to support compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards in Miami, Florida by implementing a permanent near-road Nitrogen Dioxide monitoring station. The project will focus on monitoring resources to capture short-term Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations near heavily trafficked roads, to assess area-wide Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations, and to assess Nitrogen Dioxide concentrations in low-income or minority at-risk communities.
$200,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96284900Research Foundation of SUNY- ESFSUPPORTING ACTIONABLE DECISION-MAKING FOR WETLAND PERMITTING IN NEW YORK

The recipient will evaluate regional landscapes and the effect of adjacent undisturbed surrounding land on wetland condition. It will study wetland sites in select urbanized watersheds in NY and develop modeling protocols to evaluate cumulative impacts and the influence of adjacent areas surrounding wetlands. The recipient will develop draft rules for conservation action based on wetland type and surrounding environmental characteristics.
$140,65801/01/201506/30/2017
00J86801Ugashik VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Program Capacity Building to manage environmental programs. Building Tribal Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality Program. Building Tribal Water Quality Program Capacities.
$114,56001/01/201512/31/2015
99501120Wisconsin Department of Health & Family ServicesDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES STATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This Grant Agreement to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services will assist the State in development and implementation of State and local programs to assess and reduce indoor radon levels in Wisconsin through contracting, public information, problem analysis, problem response, and training.
$282,58801/01/201512/31/2017
99108510Connecticut Department of Public HealthTSCA TITLE IV COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Connecticut Department of Public Health Lead Program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; and 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community. These efforts support Title IV, Section 404(g) of the Toxic Substances Control Act as well as Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan.
$250,00001/01/201512/31/2016
96330201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE & SON (REMEDIAL ACTION OPERABLE UNIT THREE)

Funds will be used to provide support in the development, regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation of the Remedial Action Operable Unit Three which addresses site water controls including drainage ditches at the L.A. Clarke & Son site.
$7,98401/01/201509/30/2017
97334710Erie County Department of HealthERIE COUNTY BEACH MONITORING & NOTIFICATION

This award will provide financial support for the Erie County, Pennsylvania Beaches Program which enables the Erie County Department of Health to perform beach water quality monitoring and public health notification.
$214,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96183401Maine D.E.P.MAINE HEALTHY BEACHES PROGRAM

This project continues the State of Maine's activities to implement a state-wide coastal beach monitoring, assessment and notification program under the Federal Beach Act. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MEDEP) funds activities for monitoring and analysis of indicator bacteria at coastal beaches, provides technical assistance to local communities for assessment of pollution sources at specific beaches, provides public notification of monitoring results, and reports to EPA electronically and in annual reports the results of monitoring and notification actions in an EPA beach program specific format.
$244,00001/01/201509/30/2016
99583210Ho-Chunk NationINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Indian Environmental General Assistance Program will provide grants to eligible tribal government's or inter-tribal consortia to cover the cost of planning, developing and establishing environmental protection programs consistent with other applicable provisions of law providing for enforcement of such laws by Indian tribes on Indian land.
$220,00001/01/201512/31/2016
00J87601ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ PP GRANT FY 15

The grantee will provide E-3 technical assistance to businesses, promote safer solvent alternatives, coordinate a clean air zone effort, and assist schools with an environmentally-preferable purchasing program and a green chemistry curriculum.
$85,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J95201County of FranklinIMPROVING THE POOR AIR QUALITY BY REDUCING DIESEL EMISSION IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, IDAHO.

This project will replace 3 school buses. In addition, this project will educate the agriculture community that they can play a role in addressing our nonattainment PM2.5 air shed by replacing 4 agricultural tractors and converting 3 irrigation pumps to clean burning electric.
$349,32401/01/201512/31/2016
00F85201Louisiana Department of Health and HospitalsFY 2014 LOUISIANA BEACH MONITORING PROGRAM

The LDHH will use the funds to implement the coastal monitoring and notification program of the coastal swimming beaches of Louisiana.
$306,00001/01/201512/31/2015
96518411Mille Lacs Band of OjibwePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This project will enable the Tribe to plan/develop/establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs. During this grant period the tribe will be working on the following activities: (1) providing for the tribal government capacity to assure an environmental presence; (2) enhancing capacity building in inventory, assessment and prioritizing Brownfield sites, including training of staff in the area of inventory and assessment (3) continuing a base program, conducting surface water monitoring, nutrient load water quality monitoring.
$435,50001/01/201512/31/2016
98791706Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS 2014 SECTION 106 MONITORING INITIATIVE

This agreement provides funding to the State of Kansas to carry out its program to maintain, protect, and improve the water quality of its rivers, lakes, streams, groundwater, and other water bodies. The environmental benefits of this program include preventing degradation of unimpaired water bodies and reducing the number of impaired water bodies in the state. Activities include: maintaining and improving the state's stream monitoring program, improving probabilistic streams, improving consistency and usability of in-house databases, refining assessment methods, developing criteria for reference stream selection and continuing water quality monitoring and assessment activities in watersheds and water bodies targeted for Total Maximum Daily Load implementation.
$160,00001/01/201512/31/2015
98204409Haudenosaunee Environmental Task ForceHETF FY 15/16 GAP APPLICATION

This Project aims to establish and build environmental program capacity of four Indian Nations: Cayuga Nation, Onondaga Nation, Tonawanda Band of Seneca, and Tuscarora Nation, who are the member Nations of an intertribal consortium called the Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force (HETF). This Project: (1) will increase the capacity of these four Indian Nations to develop the necessary environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands; and (2) is designed to lead to environmental improvements on Indian Nation land through environmental assessment, and development of recommendations regarding water quality, air quality, solid waste, emergency response, pesticides, wetlands, and community outreach.
$250,93301/01/201512/31/2016
96804601MT Department of Environmental QualityMT DEQ FY14 WPDG STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$124,50001/01/201512/31/2016
96327201Villanova UniversityVILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 2015

This project will create a living laboratory space used for community education, stormwater performance research, and product development by companies creating green technology and to integrate education and a mitigation plan on stream water quality issues within the community through creation of two vegetated roof shelters, each configured to engage the community. The shelters (school bike rack or solar charging station) are designed to link the community with green infrastructure by creating an urban hub that functions as a living laboratory to research and illustrate the performance of vegetated roof designs.
$60,00001/01/201512/31/2016
96804801Utah Geological SurveyUTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FY14 WDPG: JORDAN RIVER

This award proivdes funding to build capacity to protect, manage and restore wetalnds through assessment and development of a comprehensive program. This project will directly contribute to the Monitoring and Assessment core elements and indirectly contribute to Voluntary Restoration and Protection and Regulatory core element directives of the Utah Geological Survey's (UGS) Wetland program.
$109,56001/01/201506/30/2017
00F80801Pueblo of San ILdefonsoPUEBLO DE SAN ILEDFONSO WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$90,92001/01/201512/31/2015
00J89601Lummi Tribe of the Lummi ReservationPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Will include capacity-building activities under GAP Program and activities under Clean Water Act funded by 106 and 319 Programs. Will also develop updated Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan and spill prevention/response development effort under GAP. Work under 106 will continue existing surface and ground water quality monitoring program; maintaining Surface and Ground Water Quality Database; and development of Water Quality Standards Program. Work under 319 will include decommissioning of wells to eliminate potential sources of contamination to ground waters of Lummi Reservation and continue development of Wetland Management Program.
$260,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J90201Chevak Native VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community with a special project to upgrade landfill fencing.
$200,00001/01/201512/31/2015
00J92901AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA WATER AND SEWER CHALLENGE PROJECT

This cooperative agreement will evaluate alternative decentralized approaches to provide sustainable in-home water and wastewater service in rural Alaska homes.
$750,00003/01/201510/31/2017
96804901Utah Geological SurveyUTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FY14 WPDG: GREAT SALT LAKE WETLANDS

This award provides funding to build capacity to protet manage and restore wetlands, through assessment and development of a comprehensive program for the Great Salt Lake Wetlands.
$100,00001/01/201506/30/2017
96283114City of New York Dept of Parks and RecreationNYC PARKS & RECREATION URBAN WATERS SMALL GRANT

This project will take place in the Bronx and Harlem River Watersheds. The project focus will be on monitoring water quality and on the restoration of species that will help improve the water quality in the rivers and the estuary. The Community Engagement project will include a variety of trainings, a focus on economic development, an interactive social media contest, and the creation of a Bronx River Aquatic Wildlife Monitoring How-To Guide.
$60,00003/01/201508/31/2016
99156010Vermont D.O.H.FY 14/15 TITLE IV COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Vermont Department of Health's Lead Program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community; and 4) Apply for Renovation Repair and Painting (RRP) Authorization under 40CFR 745. These efforts support Title IV, Section 404(g) of the Toxic Substances Control Act as well as Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan. The assigned Program Results Code is consistent with Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan.
$199,00001/01/201512/31/2016
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00F79101Mescalero Apache TribeMESCALERO APACHE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$107,54210/01/201409/30/2016
96195001Town of StratfordBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Town of Stratford to cleanup a Brownfields site in Stratford, Connecticut. The Town of Stratford has a defined cleanup plan for the former Mercer Fuel site that includes several different methods of remediation to address the varying release areas that have been identified. Prior to site remediation, the Town of Stratford will demolish all of the existing derelict structures including the former bulk coal storage towers and former office building. 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 .
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F81001Pueblo of Santa ClaraSANTA CLARA PUEBLO NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM

The Nonpoint Source Implementation Program promotes the development and implementation of watershed-based plans, focusing on watersheds with water quality impairments caused by nonpoint sources, which result in improved water quality in impaired waters. These watershed plans are a mechanism to coordinate monitoring and planning on a watershed basis and will build a foundation for effective implementation actions using federal and other funding.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E14608Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY 128(A) BROWNFIELDS RESPONSE PROGRAM

The Indiana Finance Authority (IFA) is requesting Brownfields Section 128(a) funds to continue to develop and enhance the State Response Programs. The work involves the maintenance of a public record, community outreach, development/enhancement of the public databases with brownfields related site information including institutional controls, and limited brownfields site assessments.
$744,67710/01/201409/30/2015
96195101Greater Bridgeport Regional CouncilGREATER BRIDGEPORT REGIONAL COUNCILBROWFIELDS RLF PROGRAM

The project provides funding to Greater Bridgeport Regional Council (GBRC) to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the greater Bridgeport, Connecticut area. The reipient will market and manage the fund, enroll sites in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), conduct cleanup planning and community involvement activities, make loans & subgrants, and oversee and document site cleanups at Brownfields sites. 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
$900,00010/01/201409/30/2019
98600117Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF) CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To provide federal funds to the State of Arkansas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, State Program Management, and Local assistance (Capacity Development).
$13,534,00010/01/201409/30/2018
00E01380City of RacineCITY OF RACINE BF

The U.S. EPA has awarded the City of Racine $200,000 for the assessment of sites with petroleum substances and $200,000 for the assessment of sites with hazardous substances. The tasks involved include: prioritizing sites, screening sites, conducting estimated 14 phase I investigation, obtain access agreements, conduct estimated 14 phase II site assessment, and provide assessment oversight along with grant reporting.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F77801Wyandotte Nation of OklahomaNONPOINT SOURCE PROJECT

This cooperative agreement will help fund the Wyandotte Nation's efforts to improve water quality in impaired watersheds (including Neosho River, Spring River, Sycamore Creek, Lost Creek, and Brush Creek) by conducting septic system assessments and improvements, conducting post-Best Management Practice water quality monitoring, completing the Nonpoint Source Management Plan revision and continuing public outreach and education efforts.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F81701Ohkay OwingehOHKAY OWINGEH INDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F84701Chickasaw NationCHICKASAW NATION INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99125414Connecticut Department of Public HealthFFY 2014 CAPITALIZATION GRANT APPLICATION DWSRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program (DWSRF).
$8,962,00010/01/201409/30/2021
99T09701Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to stabilize eroding stream banks and restore vegetation by installing livestock off-site watering facilitiites to reduce sediment and nutrients to Jones Creek, Indian Creek and the Owyhee River. In addition, activities include outreach and education to increase community knowledge of pollution prvetnion strategies and to repair existing best management practices so they continue to reduce nonpoint source pollution.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $130,000.
$130,00010/01/201412/31/2015
96186401City of PawtucketCITY OF PAWTUCKET RLFUND BROWNFIELDS

Per your application request dated June 14, 2014 this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $700,000 to the City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island for their Revolving Loan Fund grant from which they will make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the Revolving Loan Fund in Pawtucket & Central Falls, Rhode Island. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$700,00010/01/201409/30/2019
97747701Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnFISCAL YEAR 2014 POLLUTION PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM

This project focuses on reducing demand for water and the associated energy use, reducing risk of nitrate groundwater contamination and ensuring public and environmental health. Tasks will result in agricultural irrigators implementing an irrigation water management plan that includes soil water monitoring to determine when and how much water to apply and a gage to estimate trends in crop water use and in evaluating their system in terms of energy efficiency. It provides intensive pollution prevention education for 2 upper level engineering or agricultural students who will provide technical assistance. It also evaluates producers assisted in the past year to assess motivations for implementation of recommendations, determine duration / reoccurrence of benefits, and to quantify the impacts of the implementation.

Partial Federal funding is provided at this time. The balance of the Federal funds will be provided when the funds become available.
$45,87210/01/201409/30/2015
99762914Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFFY 2014 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$17,855,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00J94601Native Village of OuzinkieINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

This project will assist the Native Village of Ouzinkie in building capacity and developing programs to protect the tribal environment and health. Tasks include maintaining an environmental office and administrative and program management functions; researching environmental issues and resources and attending training; communicating internally and with other agencies and conducting community outreach; implementing solid waste management activities; building technical knowledge of air, water, and emergency response, and developing an environmental plan.
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00T86815Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian CommPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The purpose of this agreement is to support Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) Pesticides Office in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the SRPMIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and field program activities related to worker safety.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $45,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$45,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F77601Wichita and Affiliated TribesWICHITA AND AFFILIATED TRIBES FY14-15 GAP

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 community outreach, staff training and education, attending environmentally related meetings, update and maintain Environmental Program documents, research and establish baseline knowledge in; Climate Change, Lead Base Paint, Indoor Air, Pesticides, and Emergency Management Planning.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D25814Upper Coastal Plain Council of GovernmentsBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the Upper Coast Plain Council of Governments to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J87801Native Village of AfognakINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will assist the Native Village of Afognak in building capacity and developing programs to protect the tribal environment and health. Tasks include maintaining an environmental office and administrative and program management functions; attending training and researching environmental issues and resources; communicating with other agencies and conducting community outreach; building technical knowledge of air and water; and developing an environmental plan.
$124,99910/01/201409/30/2015
99T23401Mesa Grande Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Mesa Grande Band's Environmental Program to include the development of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), investment in programmatic support through initial training on the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through quarterly reporting, an end-of-year programmatic joint evaluation, and increased financial accountability.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $143,250 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$143,25010/01/201409/30/2018
96193301Narragansett Indian TribeSOLID WASTE PROGRAM

The project will implement an integrated waste management program for the Narragansett Indian Tribe. Key activities include implementing a tribal integrated waste management plan that addresses waste prevention, reuse, recycling, and safe disposal of wastes and increasing education and outreach to tribal members to support sound and effective approaches to solid waste management on tribal lands.
$10,78010/01/201409/30/2015
83572901University Of Tennessee-ResearchGREEN OAK AS A SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MATERIAL

The student team proposes two research objectives: [1] develop contemporary green (un-dried) oak construction techniques for the U.S. building market that will allow this wood to be used as an extremely low energy, carbon friendly, beautiful, and high-value wood product: as structural members in sustainable buildings and [2] develop technical documentation necessary to construct a demonstration project that will further acceptance of this abundant, renewable regional resource.
$89,97310/01/201409/30/2016
96280814Corporacion del Proyecto ENLACE del Caņo Martin PeņaBROWNFIELDS PETROLEUM ASSESSMENT GRANT FOR THE MARTIN PENA CHANNEL SPECIAL DISTRICT

Under this Cooperative Agreement, ENLACE will develop and implement a program to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of petroleum substances. The Community Wide petroleum Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. ENLACE will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with petroleum substances throughout the city. ENLACE will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$188,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T19401Environmental ServicesBROWNSFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $400,000 for the City of Tucson to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. The grantee plans to conduct approximately 42 Phase I Assessments and 8 Phase II Assessments. The project will build help with assessments related to property acquisition for the Downtown Links Project Area and to conduct assessment on properties along the Modern Streetcar route, where renewed interest of development has increased redevelopment.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F88301Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of TexasKICKAPOO TRIBE INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
83576301Kansas State UniversityNATIONAL RADON PROGRAM SERVICES

The recipient plans to Increase the public�s knowledge of radon and the need to test and mitigate homes and schools, to build new structures to be radon resistant, and to support radon policy implementation. The recipient will accomplish this by operating a radon hotline reaching 12,000 persons annually, selling 6,000 radon test kits annually, and hosting a website servicing 80,000 unique visitors annually which will provide much needed support to state and tribal radon programs in promoting public action.
$175,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01354City of ToledoBROWNFIELDS ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM

This is a Brownfields Cooperative Agreement for the City of Toledo, Ohio to conduct environmental cleanup activities and mitigate a potential public health threat. The primary purpose of the cooperative agreement will be to complete remediation of petroleum contaminated soil and removal of associated underground storage tanks (USTs) at the former Chevy Transmission site. Contaminated soil and USTs will be removed for proper off-site disposal. The 5.5-acre site is located at 3199 Maplewood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio. The site will be cleaned up according to the Ohio Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (BUSTR) according to the Memorandum of Understanding between BUSTR and USEPA which will allow for safe and viable reuse of the property.
$127,82510/01/201409/30/2017
97127407Rhode Island D.O.H.RI OPPT - LEAD PAINT TRAINING, LICENSING, CERTIFICATION AND COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE.

Per your application request dated March 31, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $155,000 to the Rhode Island Department of Health Lead Program. This program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; and 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community. These efforts support Title IV, Section 404(g) of the Toxic Substances Control Act as well as Goal 4 of the EPA's Strategic Plan. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$155,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99130118Rhode Island D.O.H.FY14 RI ASBESTOS CONTROL PROGRAM

Per your application request dated April 23, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $4,427 to the Rhode Island Department of Health's Asbestos in Schools Program. This Program will: (1) review school asbestos management plans to ensure they are in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (40 CFR 763); (2) maintain an asbestos accreditation and certification training program, (3) provide educational outreach activities to teachers, parents, and school maintenance personnel on the dangers of exposure to asbestos containing materials; and (4) perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$4,42710/01/201409/30/2017
00622115Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityADEQ FY15 UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC)

The work conducted in this grant will include: maintaining a strong field presence by conducting injection well inspections, initiating compliance evaluations, and commencing appropriate enforcement actions.
$25,38410/01/201409/30/2015
96823001Northern Cheyenne TribeAIR 103 INDOOR AIR

`This award provides funding to establish an indoor air quality education program on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
$10,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00640115Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityARKANSAS DEPARTMENT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY FY2015 UST/PREVENTION

This agreement provides assistance to the recipient to operate a state program to protect against leaks from underground storage tank systems. Activities include: EPAct-related release prevention activities such as secondary containment and operator training; supporting states with inspections (including training inspectors), enforcement, and compliance assistance activities related to federally-regulated UST systems; and database management activities related to release prevention.
$444,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J81702Native Village of ChuathbalukCHUATHBALUK RESPONSE PROGRAM 2014-15 (YEAR 2)

Activities for Year 2 include: 1) non-site specific tasks related to program planning and management including hiring a Brownfields Assistant to provide support to the Coordinator; 2) program enhancement activities to meet the four elements of an acceptable tribal response program including site visits, update of site inventory of potential Brownfields, outreach, development and update of the Public Record, and building staff capacity through training; and 3) completing applications for a state Brownfield Assessment or Cleanup and an EPA Targeted Brownfield Assessment to have one of the top three priority sites assessed.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99319817WV Dept of Health & Human Resources404G STATE LEAD LICENSING AND LEAD ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS (STATEWIDE)

To assist West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (WV DHHR) in its ongoing efforts to: Administer its lead program through certification and accreditation of lead based paint professionals; monitor lead based paint activities through inspections and notification procedures; issue enforcement actions to ensure compliance with requirements and to deter further violations; and provide compliance assistance to the regulated community.
$178,71710/01/201409/30/2015
00F94901Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY14/15 TSCA-OECA AHERA COMPLIANCE MONITORING

The goal in the implementation of LDEQ asbestos AHERA program is to reduce public exposure to asbestos hazards in schools through compliance monitoring and public outreach. The Department is committed to a program that ensures its goal by operating an accreditation program; a training provider recognition program; conduct inspections, provide compliance assistance, and take enforcement actions as needed, responds to asbestos related complaints in schools and participates in outreach activities to keep the public and school official informed of asbestos hazards.
$137,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T09501Walker River Paiute TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $119,834. The purpose of this project is to complete a sediment control basin and bank stabilization project to decrease sediment and nonpoint source pollution from an irrigation return flow ditch into the Walker River.
$119,83410/01/201409/30/2015
99T22501CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULUBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000 for the City and County of Honolulu to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the R City's Rapid Transit Rail project area.

See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96281215Camden Redevelopment AgencyCAMDEN REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP GRANT - HARRISON AVE LOT 11

This award provides funding to Camden Redevelopment Agency for cleanup of Hazardous Substances at the Harrison Avenue Landfill Lot 11 brownfields site. "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 Camden Redevelopment Agency and the public will benefit from future redevelopment of the site. During the life of the project Camden Redevelopment Agency will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the site by holding community meetings and sharing written information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96196101City of BridgeportBRIDGEPORT BROWNFIELDS RLF PROGRAM

The project provides funding to the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut for their Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund program to cleanup brownfields sites in Bridgeport, Connecticut, including properties in the East End and Downtown North areas of the City. Although this recipient has an existing Revolving Loan Fund grant, this supplemental funding is being awarded via a new cooperative agreement for ease of reporting and tracking, since all previously awarded funds are committed to ongoing projects. 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
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01358City of South BeloitCITY OF SOUTH BELOIT

The United States Environmental Protection Agency is executing this cooperative agreement for the City of South Beloit to remediate two sites, the Primecast Corner Parcel and the Primecast Foundry Parcel.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
97894215Spirit Lake TribeSPIRIT LAKE TRIBE FY15 GAP

General Assistance Program - This award provides funding to assist the tribes in planning, developing and establishing the capability to implement environmental management programs in Indian Country.
$145,77410/01/201409/30/2015
96191701The Neighborhood Developers Inc.CHELSEA WORKS: ASTHMA EDUCATION PILOT

The Neighborhood Developers, Inc. in its Chelsea Works, Pilot Asthma Education project, working with its partner Massachusetts General Hospital Chelsea HealthCare Center will pilot approaches to community based asthma education targeting high risk asthmatic children in a low income largely immigrant neighborhood, will train City code inspectors on asthma trigger assessments for 750 in-home inspections and will develop a healthy home rehabilitation support program.
$25,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96185001University of Connecticut All CampusesCT SEA GRANT LISS

This project will plan, organize, coordinate and implement public environmental education programs for the Long Island Sound program in the State of Connecticut by working with the Long Island Sound Study Management Conference partners in assessing needs and developing priorities. This project will promote citizen involvement and citizen education to protect Long Island Sound coastal resources.
$121,93910/01/201409/30/2015
00D22614Georgia Tech Research CorporationPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

This action approves an award in the amount of $64,150 to the Georgia Tech Research Corporation to renew and expand Georgia's P2 Partners Program which was previously administered by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership will encourage industries, utilities, communities and other institutions to reduce pollution, conserve water and improve energy performance through technical assistance.
$64,15010/01/201409/30/2015
97745401Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality2014 NEBRASKA STATE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

The 2014 Clean Diesel School Bus Rebate program will be used to assist eligible applicants with partial reimbursement for the replacement of 1991-2003 model engine year school buses with certified 2013 or newer engine model year school buses. Eligible applicants will be all Nebraska school districts and private entities that operate school buses under a contract with a school district in the state of Nebraska.
$79,21810/01/201409/30/2015
00J78002Yakutat Tlingit TribeYAKUTAT TLINGIT RESPONSE PROGRAM FY15

Enhance the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe's Response Program by building capacity to address contaminated sites, thereby protecting public health and the environment and returning sites to beneficial uses.
$129,98010/01/201409/30/2015
98389612VA Dept of Health2015 VADOH BEACH NOTIFICATION & MONITORING

This award will provide financial support for the Virginia Beaches Program, which enables the Virginia Department of Health (VA DOH) and local agencies to perform beach water quality monitoring and public health notification.
$309,76112/01/201411/30/2015
98852315Northern Cheyenne TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) provides the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, in one grant mechanism, with funds from several important environmental protection programs. The PPG is designed to provide greater flexibility to enable the Tribe to address high priorities in environmental protection, improve their performance in environmental protection, and achieve long and short term environmental results, realize administrative savings, and build partnerships with the Environmental Protection Agency.
$839,68810/01/201409/30/2016
00J88301Village of AtmautluakINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community, improve capacity to administer EPA grants, participate in environmental training, conduct an inventory and assessment of abandoned vehicles, conduct an assessment and disposal and shipment options for recycling and look for funding for collection and shipment of household hazardous wastes.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01359City of SalemCITY OF SALEM COMMUNITY-WIDE BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

The project provides funding for the City of Salem, Ohio to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct clean up planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, the City of Salem intends to use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant funding to complete Phase I and Phase II assessments, remedial planning, risk assessments, and public outreach at eligible brownfields sites.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T18601Fort McDowell Yavapai NationCAA 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 monitor air quality, conduct public outreach, work with local and regional air quality stakeholders, and administer other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $118,000 which includes $3,000 for EPA in-kind cost for equipment audit contractual support. See Terms and Conditions.
$118,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J90801Native Village of ElimINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This proposal contains three primary objectives that are identified as program components:
1) Continue building staff capacity to manage environmental program;
2) Educate community members about environmental issues;
3) Protect subsistence resources through the development of the ETEP.
$119,88810/01/201409/30/2015
00591714Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesFFY14 SECTION 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE WATERSHED PROJECT GRANT

The purpose of the workplan is to fund qualifying Clean Water Act Section 319 non-point source (NPS) implementation core activities and programs for the State. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) is proposing to address NPS pollution within the State by identifying projects and activities that will promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans, administer and provide cost-sharing grants to fund NPS best management practices (BMP), and monitor and assess waters for NPS impairments.
$1,966,50010/01/201409/30/2018
00E01402Fond Du Lac Band of ChippewaPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Fond Du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (FdL) will continue to develop and enhance its Tribal Site Response Program which includes the activies of developing soil cleanup standards, development of emergency response capability, and developing baseline groundwater flow. This action will also provide funds from a competitive Clean Water Act Section 104(b)3 Wetlands Program. FdL's goal is to develop Black Ash restoration techniques and refine monitoring and assessment methods.
$345,31610/01/201409/30/2017
00J86301Douglas Indian AssociationDOUGLAS INDIAN ASSOCIATION GAP - 14/15

The Douglas Indian Association will continue to build its environmental capacity through building administrative capacity; building tribal ability to participate meaningfully in permitting actions that affect traditional lands and resources, develop a plan for assessment and removal of marine debris; begin baseline water quality assessment of nearby streams that impact subsistence resources.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D24814City of FrankfortBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $400,00 to the City of Frankfort, Kentucky to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F82401Pueblo of San ILdefonsoPUEBLO SAN DE ILDEFONSO INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
98954515Hualapai TribeFY15 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

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 emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $103,000.
$103,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00351721PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionPA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 2015

The goal of this program is to provide radon risk reduction through activities that will result in increased radon testing, mitigation and radon resistant new construction. The recipient will implement a state program of radon related projects, in homes, schools, or other buildings, including 1) Public Information, outreach, educations; 2) Programs to control radon in existing and new structures, 3) Demonstration of radon mitigation methods and technologies, and 4) Other technical, information, and administrative activities.

Federal funds of $858,000 are contingent upon availability.
$429,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F83701Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of OklahomaCHEYENNE & ARAPAHO CWA SEC106 FY15

These funds will provide support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The funds will allow them to continue the sampling regime of assessing surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data. The sampling may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards.
Obtained data will determine:
1) the needs regarding the quality of the water 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.
$79,67510/01/201409/30/2015
00F93201Pueblo of CochitiPUEBLO DE COCHITI INDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01405Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyEXPANDED MAUMEE TRIBUTARY MONITORING TO MEASURE SUCCESS OF AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION ACTIONS

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-76. Ohio EPA will fund enhanced tributary monitoring at 12 sites by 1) installing USGS continuous discharge flow monitors within four targeted watersheds (Blanchard River Watershed, Swan Creek Watershed, Auglaize River Watershed and Lower Sandusky River and direct Lake Erie tributaries); and 2) installing USGS gaging stations on two Lake Erie tributaries. The enhanced monitoring in the targeted watersheds will provide water quality information necessary to track water quality improvements resulting from conservation actions. Monthly water samples for nutrients will be collected at each site and correlated with flow data to determine nutrient loading; such monthly sampling will allow for changes in nutrient loading to be monitored over time. In addition, adding a USGS gauging station on both the Little Auglaize (at confluence of the Auglaize) as well as Swan Creek (at the western Toledo City limits) would augment the seven USGS gages currently in the Maumee basin used to calculate phosphorus loading to Lake Erie.
$1,548,80011/01/201403/31/2018
96189301Maine D.E.P.MAINE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM FY14

Using FY 2014 State DERA funds, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MaineDEP) will repower commercial fishing vessels by replacing older marine diesel engines with newer, much cleaner, diesel engines; and will purchase propane school buses to replace diesel-powered school buses.
$77,99110/01/201409/30/2015
99T12615Big Sandy Rancheria of Western Mono IndiansFY15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop Big Sandy Rancheria's water pollution control program through the creation of a monitoring strategy to conduct surface water quality monitoring and analyze collected water quality data in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation lands.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $35,000.
$35,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01362City of MilwaukeeCITY OF MILWAUKEE

This project provides funding for the City of Milwaukee to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Milwaukee in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The city will provide core training in 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, solid waste management, asbestos abatement, and above ground high pressure tank cleaning.
$197,25010/01/201409/30/2017
99T12901Yurok TribeTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The Yurok Tribe will use this cooperative agreement to develop and enhance a Tribal Brownfields Program. The Tribe will establish the four elements outlined under the response program. The Tribe will specifically conduct a brownfields inventory, site specific activities, review and enhance tribal laws, develop a public record of brownfields sites and ensure public participation. Funds will also be used for assessments at specificed sites. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $236,927.
$236,92710/01/201409/30/2015
00235714VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesVIDNPR FY14-15 LUST TRUST FUND AGREEMENT

To support the Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural Resources (VIDPNR) in managing the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks in order to protect groundwater of the United States Virgin Islands. Leaking underground tanks can cause petroleum and other chemicals to contaminate water supplies.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2015
97862605Sisseton-Wahpeton OyateSISSETON WAHPETON AIR FY15

Sisseton Wahpeton will use funds to determine sources of and clean up of newly approved Title V newly approved TitleV Part 70 air permitting program.
$128,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F91301Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityFY15-16 POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM GRANT

The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality's (ADEQ) Pollution Prevention (P2) Program will partner with the department's Hazardous Waste Division to provide source reduction training in six locations around the state. The director of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (NPPR) will present P2 101 training. The P2 program will partner with Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions on E3 (Economy-Energy-Environment) projects and the bimonthly putting Green to Work lunch series. P2 site assistance visits will be provided to Arkansas businesses. The P2 Program will bring in a speaker to promote the Green Sports Alliance at the Arkansas School Plant Management Association's annual conference. The Arkansas Environmental Stewardship Award applications will be evaluated.
$40,39010/01/201409/30/2016
96327101Air & Waste Management Delaware Division ofSACA - HALBY CHEMICAL (ROU-1)

This project will provide support during the Remedial Action/Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activities at the site and determine the arsenic contamination found in the sediments, and re-evluating the groundwater monitroing program for the site..
$6,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J88701OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySCHOOL BUS REPLACEMENT PROJECT

This project will continue to improve air quality in the Portland area by replacement of up to four (4) school buses.
$126,23810/01/201409/30/2015
96184401Southwest Region Planning CommissionBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to Southwest Region Planning Commission (SWRPC) to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in 35 towns of Cheshire, western Hillsborough, and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire. SWRPC seeks to create new opportunities fo rcommunity development inthe South and East Keene neighborhoods as well as downtown Winchester, located in the Ashuelot River Valley in Southwest New Hampshire. 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D22414NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

This action approves an award in the amount of $80,000 to the State of North Carolina to aid in its management of the Environmental Leadership Program, lean and green on-site trainings, regional events and /or onsite events. Project activities include compliance outreach, technical assistance to public and private sectors to reduce pollution and encourage waste minimization.
$80,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J79802Organized Village of KasaanKASAAN FY2015 TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project funds the Organized Village of Kasaan (OVK) response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; and mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Their work also includes hosting the annual Prince of Wales Mining Symposium and this year's Transboundary Mining Workshop. Both events are critical to the Tribes oversite and capacity to remain involved.
$111,15010/01/201409/30/2015
96552310Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake SuperiorPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Indians in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe. Funds provided include Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 and General Assistance Program (GAP). GAP provides support for capacity building activities such as administration of the environmental program, and the development of an ambient air quality management program. The CWA funds will support the continued development of the tribe's water quality monitoring and assessment program.
$259,11510/01/201409/30/2016
99391414DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesDELAWARE STATE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This agreement continues the capitalization of Delaware's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, public water supply supervision, underground injection control, and source water protection. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,845,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J44304Metlakatla Indian CommunityMETLAKATLA INDIAN COMMUNITY RP 2014-15

This agreement provides funding for the Metlakatla Indian Community to continue to establish and enhance a response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites on Annette Island; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful opportunities for public involvement; mechanisms for approval a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Site specific work is proposed for a priority site.

NOTE: SPECIAL PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS APPLY TO THIS AGREEMENT. SEE ADMINISTRATIVE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
$121,25010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01352City of Rock Falls IllinoisCITY OF ROCK FALLS

The City of Rock Falls, Illinois, will complete an assessment of the Limestone Building and 2 acre property.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01350Northeast Ohio Four Cty Regional Plng and Dvp OrgSUMMIT COUNTY BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

The project provides funding for the Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning Organization (NEFCO) to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct clean up planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, NEFCO intends to use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant funding to complete Phase I and Phase II assessments, remedial planning, risk assessments, and public outreach at eligible brownfields sites.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T14501The Hopi TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000 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.

See Terms and Conditions.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D24314City of CorinthBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Corinth, Mississippi to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96329501PA Dept of Conservation & Nat Res“AN EXAMINATION OF HEADWATER PEATLAND WETLANDS IN PENNSYLVANIA”

Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) proposes a series of research activities that will expand the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources understanding of the distribution, characteristics and conditions of headwater peatland wetlands in Pennsylvania, knowledge that can be used to manage and protect and develop mitigation strategies for these wetlands. Federal funds in the amount of $200,000 are contingent upon availability.
$200,00010/01/201412/31/2018
96183701University of MassachusettsGREENING THE VISUAL ARTS THROUGH POLLUTION PREVENTION

UMass Lowell's Greening the visual Arts Project will promote the integration and institutionalization of P2 practices in the visual arts business community.
$69,18110/01/201409/30/2016
00E01378Southwest Detroit Environmental VisionSOUTHWEST DETROIT CLEAN DIESEL PROJECT

The goal of Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision's (SDEV) project is to achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions through vehicle replacements and equipment upgrade. SDEV will replace five short haul trucks with new clean diesel trucks and replace one diesel crane with an all-electric crane. Education and outreach efforts will also take place sponsored by the project partners: Michigan Clean Diesel Collaborative and Michigan Clean Diesel Initiative.
$320,00010/01/201412/31/2016
00F86701OK Dept of Env QualitySUPERFUND FIVE YEAR REVIEWS - REMEDIAL SITES IN OKLAHOMA

This award provides financial assistance for five (5) year rviews at Superfund remedial sites in the state of Oklahoma.

This cooperative agreement contributes to the attainment of environmental results under Program Results Code (PRC) 303DD2 as noted in EPA's Strategic Plan, Goal 3. Cleaning up Communities and Advancing Sustainable Development Ogjective 3.3: Restore Land. This enables the ODEQ to lead in this Superfund cleanup, consult with EPA before during, or after cleanup activities in such a manner which protects human health and the environment.
$46,25810/01/201409/30/2018
00F78801Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of OklahomaSENECA CAYUGA TRIBE CWA SEC106 FY14-15

The FY 2014 award will provide support for the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma's water pollution control program: 1) to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands; 2) for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time; 3) to further develop a more thorough watershed management program and 4) to develop water quality standards.
Obtained data will: 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the Tribe's water; and 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$95,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J25005Native Village of EyakNATIVE VILLAGE OF EYAK RESPONSE PROGRAM FY2015

This project provides funding for Native Village of Eyak response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$95,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96188101Pawtucket Citizens Development CorporationPCDC BRANCH STREET CLEANUP PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 23, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $400,000 to the Pawtucket Citizens Development Corporation. These funds will be used to cleanup a Brownfields sites in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The recipient will conduct community involvement, cleanup planning, enroll the site in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), and conduct and document cleanup activities. 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. Administrative and programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effectt.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
83575301American Lung Association of the Upper MidwestNATIONAL TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION FOR CHILDREN'S HEALTH

The American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest (ALAUM) will partner with at least 18 tribes in 12 or more states nationwide to implement a proven, sustainable, and culturally-specific approach to environmental asthma trigger interventions in Tribal reservation settings. The ALAUM's approach uses the National Tribal Environmental Action for Children�s Health Project (National TEACH Project) which includes in-person training and distance learning, capacity building, and experiential education to assess and remediate asthma triggers. ALAUM will build the capacity of 270 tribal home visitors, health, housing, and environmental professionals to assess and remediate asthma triggers and significantly improve asthma health outcomes.
$199,93810/01/201409/30/2017
00E01317Calvin CollegeREDUCING STORMWATER IN LOWER GRAND RIVER WATERSHED THROUGH TRAINING & REGIONAL RAINSCAPING PLANNING

This project will reduce urban runoff into the Grand River by training urban youth in green infrastructure (GI) job skills and by developing a regional rainscaping initiative. Green workforce development will focus on one upstream community (Rogue River Watershed) and one downstream community (Plaster Creek Watershed). Calvin College will also collaborate with watershed partner groups to create a comprehensive regional rainscaping program for the Lower Grand River Watershed.
$60,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00D21014AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM (B)

This action approves funding in the amount of $86,497 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for their project to improve air quality in the City of Montgomery area by reducing emissions by diesel engines and diesel emissions exposure. The project will involve the retrofitting of approximately 15 heavy-duty diesel fleet vehicles in the area of the State that are currently non-attainment or near non-attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
$86,49710/01/201409/30/2015
97745601Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI 2014 STATE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

The Department of Natural Resources will implement a tugboat engine repower grant program for fleets with tugboats that are stationed and operated in the state. The fleets that will receive funds will be selected by comparing the locations where the vessels are operated and the emission reductions projected to be achieved by the proposed projects. Tugboat engines currently rated at tier 0 to be repowered with engines that are EPA certified to tier II or better emission standards or engines currently rated at tier I to be repowered with engines that are EPA certified to tier III or better.
$134,21510/01/201409/30/2015
95484015MS Dept of Environmental QualityPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

This action approves an award in the amount of $65,000 to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to provide waste reduction training and technical assistance to industries focusing on automotive suppliers; manage an Environmental Leadership Program; provide energy efficiency workshops for commercial business sector and provide on-site Economy and the Environment (E3) assistance for Mississippi industries to lean and green their operations.
$65,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F83401Modoc Tribe of OklahomaMODOC TRIBE OF OK GAP FY15

This project is to build capacity of the Modoc Tribe to develop and manage environmental programs to protect and improve the environment and public health of the tribe. Activities include provide Office of Environmental Quality to plan, develop and establish capacity for the Tribe to implement environmental programs that will protect and preserve the environment; travel and training outline for staff that reflects the capacity building priorities for the environmental program; continue developing capabilities of Tribal Indoor air quality program to identify, address and manage indoor air quality issues within the Tribal community; maintain program to provide waste minimization, source reduction, recycling and hazardous waste collection; and utilization of a tool designed for tracking and analyzing recycling and solid waste data.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96198001Massachusetts D.E.P.ABOVE GROUND STORAGE TANKS NEAR MERRIMACK RIVER

Per your application request dated June 9, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $25,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's "Above Ground Storage Tanks Near the Merrimack River" project. The project will include the preparation of an inventory of small oil and non oil above ground storage tanks (ASTs). These tanks contain less than 10,000 gallons. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$25,00010/01/201410/31/2016
96831001MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA CLEAN DIESEL FY 14

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality will operate the Montana Clean Diesel grant program under which activities will be performed that maximize public health benefits by reducing diesel emissions and diesel emission exposure. The FY14 funds will be used to replace one student transit bus at the University of Montana, through a subaward to the University. The FY14 funds will be used to fund a portion of the cost of the new bus, with the University providing the remaining cost. This replacement project will reduce exposure to the public to emitted pollutants, providing health benefits to those with asthma and other respiratory challenges and improving air quality in general.
$77,15510/01/201409/30/2015
98801615Confederated Salish & Kootenai TribesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) awards the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, in one grant, monies from several enviromental management programs. The PPG is designed to provide greater flexibility to enable the Tribes to address their highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve environmental results, realize administrative savings, and strengthen the partnership between the Tribes and the US Environmental Protection Agency.
$733,01910/01/201409/30/2015
00F78301Ottawa Tribe of OklahomaFY 14 OTTAWA TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA CWA 106 PROGRAM

These funds will provide support for the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma's water pollution control program to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. Obtained data will determine whether
1) the needs regarding the quality of the water 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.
$130,96910/01/201409/30/2015
96184501City of ManchesterBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Manchester, New Hampshire to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in the Squog area and throughout the City and cleanup planning as it relates to their Master Plan. 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
13E00695Little River Band of Ottawa IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will provide funding in the Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in support of the environmental protection programs managed by the tribe on the reservation. Funds are being provided under the General Assistance Program and Brownfields Tribal Response programs. This PPG will assist the tribe to continue the development of the capacity to administer environmental programs and projects to assess the environmental conditions.
$315,72010/01/201409/30/2016
22000054Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLOUISIANA FY 14 WATER QUALITY MGMT PLANNING

This agreement supports the State of Louisiana with water quality management planning activities. This funding will assist the state with restoration and protection activities, including modeling and data analysis activities to support Louisiana�s Water Permits Program and Nutrient Management Strategy, TMDL revisions and other non-TMDL (alternative) approaches.
$156,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00D20315MS Dept of Environmental QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $678,848 to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to support efforts to protect citizens and the environment. Funds will be used to reduce air pollution, improve water quality through permitting/enforcement and compliance efforts, reduce hazardous waste, improve waste management, preserve underground drinking water sources, and return Brownfields safely to productive use.
$678,84810/01/201409/30/2015
96823101Crow Tribe of IndiansNONPOINT SOURCE PROJECTS - PRYOR SMITH

This award provides funds to promote the development and implementation of a watershed based project to reduce livestock impacts at Smith Ranch which will result in improved water quality in tribal waters in Pryor Creek.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T15001Bishop Indian Tribal CouncilCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $98,910 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, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.
$98,91010/01/201409/30/2015
83566801Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes IncMT-FY2014 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

The Fort Peck Tribe proposes to consolidate UIC data into a local data system; track injection well owners and operators, permits, inspections, violations, and enforcement actions to ensure the Tribal aquifers are not impacted; and share data with other regional tribes, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regional office, and other external programs by utilizing the UIC Exchange Network (EN) flow.
$270,77610/01/201409/30/2017
98795004Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PREVENTION COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment will manage the state Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities as negotiated in the workplan. The state will maintain the UST database; complete inspections; identify compliance issues; provide compliance assistance to the owner/operators of USTs;and develop mass community education and awareness of new and emerging technologies to address significant problems facing the regulated universe.

This is a partial award of federal funds. Full federal funding will be provided at a later date.
$417,03910/01/201409/30/2016
99T18401Mechoopda Indian TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Mechoopda Indian Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through finalizing the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, evaluating potential impacts of climate change on tribal environment, and evaluating the water outreach program.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $414,100 to support activities for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/16. See Terms and Conditions.
$414,10010/01/201409/30/2018
00E01377Stark County Regional Planning CommissionSTARK COUNT BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COALITION

This Assistance Agreement provides funding for the Stark County Regional Planning Commission, Ohio to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct clean up planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, the City of Salem intends to use EPA grant funding to complete Phase I and Phase II assessments, remedial planning, risk assessments, and public outreach at eligible brownfields sites.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D25914City of Rock HillBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Rock Hill, South Carolina providing them with the funding necessary for the cleanup of hazardous substances at the Central Parcel and petroleum contaminates at the Power Plant Parcel. During the life of the project, the recipient 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D26514City of SalisburyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Salisbury to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T19101Fort Mojave Indian TribeDRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $196,811. Funds are being awarded to the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe to partially fund the construction of a new source well and a new 500,000 gallon storage tank in the South Valley area of the reservation, and to connect the existing California Village public water system to the public water systems in the South Valley area.

See Terms and Conditions.
$196,81110/01/201412/31/2015
99T15901Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone Tribe's Environmental Program to include capacity building for the Tribe's education and outreach program, development of a climate change vulnerability assessment, and collaboration on regional environmental issues with federal, state, and local agencies regarding projects that may impact the reservation's environment. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $297,000. These funds support activities from October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2016.
$297,00010/01/201409/30/2018
96193601Southern Windsor County Reg. Plng. Comm.SOUTHERN WINDSOR COUNTY BROWNFIELDS RLF PROGRAM

The project provides funding to the Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commission for their Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund program to clean to cleanup brownfields sites thorough their county jurisdiction in Vermont. Although this recipient has an existing Revolving Loan Fund grant, this supplemental funding is being awarded via a new coopertive agreement for ease of reporting and tracking, since all previously awarded funds are committed to ongoing projects. 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.
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J79602Native Village of Port HeidenNATIVE VILLAGE OF PORT HEIDEN FY15 TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for Native Village of Port Heiden (Port Heiden) response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Additionally their work includes digitizing their inventory onto an online map with the aid of GIS software.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96281714Empire State Development Corp.WNY SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE

Empire State Development (ESD), in partnership with the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning (ECDEP), will establish a roundtable to assist Western New York businesses in reducing their environmental impact. ESD and ECDEP will work with businesses to create sustainability plans tailored to their operations, and will assist them in implementing pollution prevention projects to meet the goals of their plans. ESD and ECDEP will provide training and technical assistance to the businesses on energy conservation, water conservation, hazardous material reductions and saving money.
$179,63010/01/201409/30/2016
96283513Seneca Nation of IndiansHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT GRANT PROGRAM FOR TRIBES FY13

This agreement supports the Seneca Nations' Hazardous Waste Management Program, which preserves and restores the land in its territories. The Seneca Nation of Indians will develop an Integrated Hazardous Waste Management Plan, and complete an inventory of all dumps and sources of hazardous waste. It will develop a community outreach, education and awareness program on hazardous waste and will work on revising/supporting local policies and ordinances on hazardous waste.
$73,25010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01381City of Kankakee-Community Development AgencyCITY OF KANKAKEE

This award provides funding to the City of Kankakee, Illinois to be used to conduct community assessments at brownfields sites contaminated with hazardous substances and/or petroleum. The grant recipient will complete an inventory of brownfields sites, conduct Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, and remedial planning at selected eligible sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation and area-wide planning.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J94301ID Dept. of Environmental QualityLUST SPECIAL PROJECTS FY 15

This cooperative agreement will fund the assesment and cleanup of additional Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) sites. Activities include: (1) Complete assesments, ( 2) conduct cleanups at additional LUST sites, (3) support ongoing cleanups, and (3) cost-recover expended federal dollars from Responsible Parties (RP's) where spent.
$150,00010/01/201409/30/2016
97198304New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.NEW HAMPSHIRE PESTICIDE PROGRAM

Funding through a Performance Partnership Grant will provide the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food, Division of Pesticide Control the ability to maintain a pesticide program.This assistance agreement provides utilization of Pesticide Program and Pesticide Enforcement funding. The funds will be used to; conduct Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) compliance inspections, take appropriate enforcement actions, implement worker safety programs, such as the Worker Protection Program and for the certification and training of pesticide applicators. In addition, the state will implement programs to support water quality, endangered species, and container/containment.
$297,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F86401Pawnee Nation of OklahomaPAWNEE NATION OF OKLAHOMA GAP FY15

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 building environmental capacity and providing an environmental presence, wetland inventory development, managing solid/hazardous waste, and training and development.
$148,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96805501North Dakota Department of HealthNDDH FY14 WDPG SOURIS RIVER BASIN

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect, manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$71,98510/01/201409/30/2017
00J88401Beaver VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The three primary components of the program are to: 1) Build administrative, grants management and environmental program capacity for staff and tribal council; 2) Build tribal capacity on solid waste management practices for promoting a healthier community environment; 3) Research energy efficiency practices that can reduce high energy cost, promote community awareness, and reduce pollution.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F89401City of CamdenCITY OF CAMDEN ENVIRONMENTAL JT PROGRAM FY15-17

This project provides funding for the City of Camden to recruit, train and place unemployed and underemployed residents of southern Arkansas in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in chemical safety.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J85901Organized Village of GraylingINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Organized Village of Grayling will build tribal environmental capacity by doing research into traditional ecological knowledge, organizing a summer environmental camp and environmental youth committee, research and create a recycling center, and conduct community clean up.
$114,61810/01/201409/30/2015
00E01374County of SummitSTOW SANITARY SEWER EXTENSION

This project involves extending sanitary sewers within the City of Stow as part of a project to eliminate existing septic tanks and provide sanitary sewer service for anticipated growth in the area. They will construct 6,857 linear feet of 15" and 8" diameter sanitary sewers along Seasons, Allen and McCauley Roads and Campus Dive in Stow, as well as connecting the new sewers to the recently constructed Seasons Road Sanitary Lift Station.
$485,00010/06/201410/07/2015
00J93501Organized Village of KasaanORGANIZED VILLAGE OF KASAAN: STEWARDSHIP CONSORTIA

The four Tribes on the Prince of Wales Island have agreed to form a tribal consortia, the Prince of Wales Tribal Stewardship (POWTSC) Consortia to help them better coordinate efforts toward common environmental goals. The POWTSC will begin building its administrative capacity and beginning long range environmental planning coordination; create an island partnership to address shared solid waste issues & emergency response planning.
$124,72910/01/201409/30/2015
99T16501CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CA STATE WETLANDS PROTECTION

The project will assist the CA State Board Water Board in developing a wetland water quality control plan. The project includes watershed assessment demonstration projects with Regional Water Boards; developing training materials for Water Board Staff; developing a "business plan" for long-term stewardship of wetland assessment and reporting tools used by the state (including Eco Atlas and CRAM); and, conducting an assessment of regulatory applications of the California Rapid Assessment Method for Wetlands (CRAM). This work will allow the state to better protect wetlands and water quality, and supports the CA Wetland and Riparian Area Monitoring Plan.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $300,000. See terms and conditions.
$300,00010/01/201411/30/2016
96194901Connecticut DEEPSTATE & TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM BROWNFIELDS

This project provides the state of Connecticut response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$737,43210/01/201409/30/2015
00D25214Town of CherawBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $300,000 to the Town of Cheraw, South Carolina to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community development, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96332001City of HopewellBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY-WIDE (HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES)

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct planning and outreach at brownfield sites in the City of Hopewell, Virginia.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F93101New Mexico Environment DepartmentNEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT SUPERFUND OVERSIGHT OF THE CHEVRON QUESTA MINE

This award to the New Mexico Environment Department is for the oversight of the Chevron Questa Mine Superfund Site, operated by Chevron Mining Inc. (CMI) in the state of New Mexico.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00147015Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$265,23810/01/201409/30/2015
00J86601Tribal Solid Waste Advisory NetworkINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project includes the administrative duties required to sustain business while providing technical support and training for member Tribes. This will be done through training and outreach, as well as one-on-one assistance.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99171119University of New HampshirePISCATAQUA ESTUARIES PARTNERSHIP YEAR 19 WORKPLAN

As directed by Section 320 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), this project under the National Estuary Program implements recommendations of the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership (PREP) Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the estuary through tasks outlines in the annual workplan. Activities include assessing water quality trends, natural resources restoration, coordinating implementation of the CCMP by the states as well as federal and local agencies and monitoring the effectiveness of actions. Implementation of Year 19 of the PREP CCMP.
$538,00010/01/201412/31/2016
00J94801Linn County Board of CommissionersLINN COUNTY SITE-SPECIFIC BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT - SWEET HOME, OREGON 2014-17

Linn County will conduct environmental assessment, remedial planning, and community involvement activities for the Former Wood Products Manufacturing & Aggregate Mining Site in Sweet Home, Oregon. The site is approximately 400 acres, extending from South Santiam River in the north to US Hwy 20 in the south. The former mill facility occupies 150 acres to the south and the adjacent aggregate mining operation occupies 250 acres to the north. Contamination includes pentachlorophenol in soils and heavy oil-range hydrocarbons in log pond sediments associated with the former mill and elevated soil arsenic concentrations and petroleum contaminated soils associated with the mining operation.
$350,00010/01/201409/30/2017
83566501Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.LOUISIANA - FY2014 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

This project will 1) collect existing surface and storm water descriptive data for the Upper Wards Creek watershed sub-segment to create a portfolio/local and virtual node through Representational State Transfer (REST) services for comprehensive water management by establishing GIS layers and integrated data tables with appropriate local ID keys; 2) collect new and continuous water quality and flow data for the Upper Wards Creek sub segment using the portfolio developed in Goal 1 to help determine monitoring needs; 3) enhance lead stakeholder committee and create education/assessment workshops; 4) develop the concept for the first storm water management demonstration and education site at LSUAC BG/Upper Wards Creek subsegment; and 5) develop a water monitoring plan for the local watershed.
$299,32510/01/201409/30/2017
00D27014Town of AberdeenBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the Town of Aberdeen to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F93601Dallas Builders AssociationINDOOR AIR QUALITY & WATER EFFICIENCY TRAINING AND AWARENESS FOR RESIDENTIAL HOME BUILDERS

The Dallas Builders Association, a non-profit organization that represents all segments of the residential construction industry in the Dallas area seeks to enable new home builders to better understand and inform consumers of measures and best practices that can be taken to enhance the indoor air quality and water efficiency of the homes they build. The project will involve curriculum development and training that will be provided at the Dallas BA�s facility in Plano, TX. Market and regulatory forces are pushing new home builders to construct more efficient homes with less air leakage. However, a tighter home with less air leakage leaves its occupants more susceptible to potential contaminant either from common household products or the products installed by the builder. As such, builders need to be informed of measures they can take in order to manage these potential risks through their building techniques and by informing home buyers on how to avoid them.

This project will not only enhance the region�s environmental objectives, it will also promote the EPA�s WaterSense and Indoor Air Plus programs that focus on new homes. Each of these programs is a component of the Dallas BA�s Green Built Texas program. Green Built Texas (GBT) is a third party certification program, developed by the Association, that provides a regionally-specific construction protocol for new home builders seeking to build more resource efficient homes. More than 6,500 homes annually are registered to Green Built Texas. The curriculum of these courses will focus on many aspects of the GBT protocol including how to cost effectively implement them on a construction site, and convey value to consumers.
$11,00010/01/201402/27/2015
97746201City of OskaloosaASSESSMENT (CITY-WIDE HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE AND PETROLEUM) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of Oskaloosa, Iowa to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites community-wide. The City of Oskaloosa plans to investigate sites potentially impacted by hazardous substances and/or petroleum products, focusing first on abandoned coal mining sites and former industrial sites.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96828101Lake CountyLAKE COUNTY BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

This project provides funding for Lake Couty to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for brownfields sites in the County.
$400,00010/01/201406/30/2017
99T15101Shingle Springs RancheriaNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $30,000 to clean up streams in Shingle Springs Rancheria, erosion control, and community outreach which will reduce water pollution from erosion and sedimentation on the reservation.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00344015DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDE DNREC WQMP 604B

This grant is to fund the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's (DE DNREC) Water Quality Management Planning program to improve impaired water and protect unimpaired waters across the state. Federal funds in the amount of $100,000 are contingent upon availability.
$1,60310/01/201409/30/2015
96197901Massachusetts D.P.H.MASS BEACH ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Per your application request dated July 14, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $244,000 to support the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA DPH) activities to implement a state-wide coastal beach monitoring, assessment and notification program under the Federal Beach Act. MA DPH funds monitoring and analysis of indicator bacteria at coastal beaches, provides technical assistance to local communities for assessment of pollution sources at specific beaches and reports to EPA electronically and in annual reports the results of monitoring and notification actions in an EPA beach program specified format. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$244,00010/01/201403/01/2016
97746301City of Gering NEBROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE ASSESSMENT

This project provides funding for City of Gering, Nebraska to inventory, characterize, assess, conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the area. The City of Gering is addressing former sugar beet industrial sites now vacant as well as neighborhoods adjacent to vacant industrial to protect human health and to revitalize the economy in this small community near National Parks.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J91701Pacific NW Pollution Prevention Resource CenterSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE

Support for a the northwest pollution prevention (P2) network; the Economy Energy and Environment (E-3) program; P2 technical assistance for the sports industry (both collegiate and professional); efforts to reduce the use of toxics through green chemistry, safer chemicals, green labs, and an Oregon eco-certfication program.
$147,00010/01/201409/30/2015
97830215Crow Tribe of IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the Tribe in planning, developing, and establishing the capability to implement environmental management programs on the Crow Reservation.
$97,58210/01/201409/30/2015
96281914VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This grant will fund the Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural Resources� efforts to collect water samples from designated recreational ocean beaches in the Virgin Islands. The water samples will be tested for bacteriological water quality and the data will be provided to the public to inform them if the waters are safe for swimming. This increase in public notification will protect human health by reducing the risk to the bathing public of contracting diseases from contaminated water.
$293,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T16901Iipay Nation of Santa YsabelGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel's Environmental Program to include the development of portions of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), an Earth Day event focused on composting, development of an antidegradation ordinance, a drought contingency plan for the entire reservation, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $108,800. This funding is for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$108,80010/01/201409/30/2018
00F92601Pueblo of SandiaPUEBLO OF SANDIA INDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program provides financial assistance to Indian tribal governments to build capacity to administer environmental regulatory programs on Indian lands and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental health issues on Indian lands.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01367Cook County Department of Environmental ControlCOOK COUNTY

This project provides funding for Cook County, Illinois Coalition to inventory, characterize, assess, conduct cleanup planning, and community involvement related activities for brownfields sites in Cook County, Illinois area. This agreement is a community-wide Brownfields Coalition Assessment Cooperative Agreement for hazardous substances and petroleum sites.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T20001Air Resources BoardPOLLUTION PREVENTION - CALIFORNIA GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM

The California Green Business Program provides technical assistance and promotes pollutiion prevention set by the CAGBP (the only recognized Green Business Program in the State of California AB 913, Feuer, 2011). CAGBP operates and maintains the GreenBizTrack database that tracks environmental activities and achievements for small to medium-sized businesses. The project will support the operations of the system through improvements including necessary design and integration updates, metrics research and quality assurance/quality control management (QA/QC). Improving the the system will ease and speed the delivery of source reduction technical assistance to businesses and expand the number of certified green businesses to three new counties in the state of California.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $180,000.
$180,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F89101Nola Business AllianceVALUE NOLA: AN E3 PILOT PROGRAM

Value Nola proposes to implement an innovative E3 (Economy, Energy and Environmental) pilot program which will be coordinated by Lifecity and is a collaborative initiative that supports businesses by improving financial outcomes while reducing pollution, conserving environmental resources, and delivering social impact.
$80,52010/01/201409/30/2016
96168803Vermont D.E.C.FY15 VERMONT BROWNFIELDS RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides the state of Vermont response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$605,48710/01/201409/30/2015
44000114Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyLOW-INTEREST LOANS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

Per your application request dated July 10, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded full funding in the amount of $9,410,000 to support the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency. This is for the 2014 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented.
$9,410,00012/01/201412/01/2021
00E01361Athens County Port AuthorityATHENS COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY COMMUNITY WIDE ASSESSMENT GRANT

The project provides funding for the Athens County Port Authority in Ohio to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct clean up planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, the Athens County Port Authority intends to use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant funding to complete Phase I and Phase II assessments, remedial planning, risk assessments, and public outreach at eligible brownfields sites.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96979815Timbisha Shoshone TribeFY15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $65,000 for the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe's further development of its water pollution control program by conducting surface water quality monitoring and analyzing collected water quality data, in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation lands.
$65,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T11701Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationCAA 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, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $122,000 for this project.
$122,00010/01/201409/30/2015
98431214SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $8,845,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control to capitalize its revolving loan fund. The fund provides financing for the construction of drinking water facilities and for the administration of a range of activities including small systems technical assistance, wellhead protection, and source water protection. These activities will help protect the public health and the environment by reducing exposure to contaminants in the State's drinking water.
$8,845,00010/01/201410/31/2019
00E49704Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM

This project will provide funding of activities conducted by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management in the administration of Underground Storage Tanks program which includes the proper operation, release detection, release prevention, corrective action, and financial responsibility for regulated Underground Storage Tanks. The funds will be used to improve compliance through inspections, enforcement, compliance assistance and other activities. This funding will also be used for activities to comply with elements required under the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$666,72910/01/201409/30/2015
96330401Maryland MEP Inc.MARYLAND SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING PROGRAM: ECONOMY, ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT IN MANUFACTURING

This manufacturing sustainability project will be funded to assess, define and implement Economy, Energy, and Environment (E3) to engage up to thirty manufacturing companies at the Chief Operating Officer level on the E3 approach to sustainability. Activities will include self directed green teams to train and study the process and procedure of long term E3 culture and how it is built along with a roadmap on the E3/Lean and Clean assessment as well as follow through with implementation.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96062408Swinomish Indians of the Swinomish ReservSWINOMISH INDIAN TRIBAL COMMUNITY - TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM (TRP) 2014/2015 - YEAR 8

The long term goal of the Swinomish Tribal Response Program is to enable the Tribe to oversee assessment, cleanup and reuse or redevelopment of brownfields sites on Tribal lands to reduce the risk to Tribal member's health & the environment, protect natural & cultural resources, and facilitate economic & community development. The Tribe will continue to address the four elements of a response program and maintain their public record system. Grant funds will include support for recruitment, training, equipment, & coordination of tribal volunteers to provide a first response capability for oil spills in Reservation waters.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T11201Campo Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $80,000 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.
$80,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F82501Seminole Nation of OklahomaSEMINOLE NATION OF OK GAP FY15

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 attending environmentally related meetings, staff training, community outreach, update Quality Assurance documents, develop inventory of water resources within tribal jurisdiction, and develop capacity in Climate Change and Risk Management of tribal resources.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96828001Great Northern Development Corporation Inc.GREAT NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

This project provides funding for Great Northern Development Corporation to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for brownfields sites in the area of the Coalition.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D26314City of KinstonBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Kinston to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96283314New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionRETROFITS ON NONROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

This agreement supports the recipient's efforts to retrofit non-road equipment that is both publicly and privately owned, and used for work in the state of New Jersey. This project will also help retrofit on-road vehicles that service construction sites. Installation of retrofits will reduce emissions of diesel particulate matter, greenhouse gases, and other pollutants such as carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.
$144,57610/01/201409/30/2015
00J94401Village of Old HarborINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

This project will assist the Native Village of Old Harbor in building capacity and developing programs to protect the tribal environment and health. Tasks include maintaining an environmental office and administrative functions; researching environmental issues and resources and attending training; communicating internally, with other agencies, and conducting outreach; conducting source separation and resource recovery activities; conducting an inventory of environmental issues and sites, developing an emergency response team, building knowledge of air and water, and conducting a baseline indoor air quality assessment.
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00J84801Quileute Indian TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Develop a baseline database on traditional ecological knowledge, climate change planning, develop a standardized tribal consultation program/process, staff training, equipment purchases, conduct tribal water quality monitoring program, address knotweed (invasive species) problems.
$353,28010/01/201409/30/2016
97315411DE Dept of Natural Resources & Environ ControlDNREC BEACH MONITORING & NOTIFICATION

This award will provide financial support for the Delaware Beaches Program, which enables the Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control (DE DNREC) to perform beach water quality monitoring and public health notification.
$203,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01385Madison County Council of GovernmentsMADISON COUNTY

This project provides funding for the County to conduct community wide assessments at eligible brownfields sites potentially contaminated by hazardous substances. The County will conduct Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites, complete cleanup planning, as appropriate, as well as community involvement activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01353Hennepin CountyHENNEPIN COUNTY

he Brownfields Assessment funds (both hazardous substance and petroleum) will be used to assess brownfields properties and conduct planning and community involvement activities in six target transit corridors, all located in Hennepin County, Minnesota.
$400,00010/01/201410/01/2017
00E65303Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMPCA - MIDWEST CLEAN DIESEL

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) will administer a clean diesel grant program to award funding under a Request for Proposals (RFP). The RFP will focus on medium and heavy duty diesel fleets in the following target areas: Twin Cities, Duluth, St. Cloud and Rochester. MPCA remains committed to reducing emissions in high diesel emission areas.
$131,68210/01/201409/30/2015
96281015City of New YorkNYC BF HAZARDOUS ASSESSMENT FY14

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the City of New York will 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. The Community Wide Hazardous Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. The City of New York will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with hazardous substances throughout the city. The City of New York will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99109214Massachusetts Department of Labor StandardsTSCA OECA/OPPT LEAD CONSOLIDATED AGREEMENT

Per your application request dated May 22, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $500,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards Lead Program. This program will: 1) maintain a lead accreditation certification program for individuals and contractors; 2) audit state certified lead training providers; and 3) provide lead based paint education awareness to the regulated community. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$500,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T15801Pala Band Of Mission IndiansDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Pala Band of Mission Indians Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $22,000.
$22,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01383Stark County Park DistrictMOLLY STARK PARK CLEANUP

The Stark County Park District is going to use the United States Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Cleanup funds awarded to ensure that asbestos from the former Molly Stark Sanatorium be properly abated and disposed of. The grounds of the Sanatorium have already been transformed in to Nimishillen Township first public park and the buildings to be abated have the potential to be developed as mixed-use commercial and residential apartment space.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
98987515Table Mountain RancheriaFY-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $65,000 for Table Mountain Rancheria's further development of its water pollution control program through the implementation of surface and ground water quality monitoring to assess waters on the reservation, providing staff training and performing community outreach efforts.
$65,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00346715DC Department of the EnvironmentDC DOE- FY 14 604B WQMP

This assistance agreement will assist in carrying out their EPA-approved Section 604(b) water quality management planning activities.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F90201Apache Tribe of OklahomaAPACHE TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA GAP FY15

The objectives of this project are to develop the capability to manage specific programs and establish a core program for environemntal protection. The specific project activities include staff training, community outreach, attending environmentally related meetings, community Solid Waste education and clean-up actitivities.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96590309Illinois Department of Public HealthILLINOIS DOPH - ASBESTOS PROGRAM

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is seeking funds to continue implementing the Illinois Asbestos Program. IDPH intends to implement the State program to inspect school buildings that may contain asbestos and ensure individuals who perform asbestos related activities in schools are properly trained and certified. IDPH will issue enforcement actions when violations are found and provide compliance assistance as needed, under Illinois authorities.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00D03114FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $660,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to allow the State to build capacity in their water monitoring programs by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$660,00010/01/201409/30/2018
00D20814NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT


This action provides $175,000 in federal dollars and $153,000 in EPA In-Kind Services to the State of North Carolina to assist in building capacity in their water quality monitoring programs by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$328,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00J92701Alaska Forum Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING GRANT FOR ALASKA FORUM, INC

This project provides funding for Alaska Forum to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Alaska in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96188401Congress Street Hill Property LLCCONGRESS STREET PROPERTY

This assistance agreement will provide funding to Congress Street Hill Property to cleanup a Brownfields site in Belfast, Maine. The cleanup will consist of asbestos abatement and lead based paint removal from these historic buildings to make them reusable. 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96331601County of LawrenceBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT CW (HAZ SUBS)

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct planning and outreach at brownfield sites in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. The work will primarily consist of conducting Phase II environmental site assessments at sites contaminated, or potentially contaminated, with hazardous substances.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F89201Cherokee NationINTER-TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL (ITEC) - PESTICIDES PROJECT

The primary goal of the proposed pesticides program is to improve human health and the environment among ITEC Tribes, by buidling tribal capacity to establish, implement, and maintain pesticides program.
$53,61110/01/201409/30/2015
96192801City of BarreCITY OF BARRE BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Barre to cleanup a Brownfields site in the Enterprise Aly area of Barre, Vermont. This project involves the cleanup of 3 parcels associated with the forme Howe Cleaners Site. Cleanup is part of the city's master plan to enhance business access and parking behind North Main St., and create a bike path for the community. 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.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96819401Trustees of the University of PennsylvaniaTRUSTEES OF THE UNIV OF PENN SOURCE REDUCTION FY12

The Pennsylvania SBDC will work with Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) located in Region 8 (among other partners) to provide education about shale energy supply chain opportunities and the importance of considering the Energy, Environment & Economy (E3) framework when starting or growing businesses. The Pennsylvania SBDC will transfer knowledge to Region 8 states where there is also current and proposed shale activity. The project will be delivered in two phases. Phase I will include shale energy supply chain sustainability education through workshops using the E3 framework. Phase II will include conducting E3 assessments at two to three selected small to medium manufacturers in Region 8.
$25,00010/01/201406/30/2015
97811215Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa IndiansTURTLE MOUNTAIN TRIBE PPG FY15

This Performance Partnership Grant provides funding for Indian Environmental General Assistance; Water Pollution Control fund to protect surface and ground water; and Nonpoint Source management activities to promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$385,62410/01/201409/30/2015
98097106Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama NationYAKAMA NATION PESTICIDE PROGRAM

This award for the Yakama Nation Pesticide Program's cooperative agreement will continue funding the support and development of a comprehensive pesticide regulatory program administered by the Yakama Nation. The program protects the welfare, health, and safety of all who reside on the reservation, and its environment. The Tribe supports enforcement under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and provides pesticide enforcement coverage for the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.
$100,53710/01/201409/30/2015
96285614Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardSCORPIO RECYCLING INC SITE- SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE REMEDIAL DESIGN

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the Remedial Design activities of the Scorpio Recycling Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of remedial design work being performed by either EPA's or the potentially responsible party's contractor, reviewing information collected by such contractor and documents prepared by the contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$9,86510/01/201409/30/2017
96827501WY Department of HealthWYOMING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - RADON

This award provides funds to the Wyoming Dept. of Health to develop, implement and maintain activities that ultimately reduce radon exposures in homes and schools throughout the State. The Wyoming Dept. of Health will work with health care professionals, radon contractors, home inspectors, real estate agents, homeowners, Indian tribes, school officials and non profits that work on cancer awareness to implement radon education and outreach activities. The Radon Program Manager will also track results by gathering info on the number of homes and schools tested or mitigated, and the number of professionals educated on the dangers of radon.
$94,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J88001Native Village of ChenegaINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Native Village of Chenega will build its environmental capacity through: administrative capacity development; developing GAP program administrative polices and procedures; developing an administrative environmental needs assessment; implementing a recycling program.
$94,47010/01/201409/30/2015
96188701Belfast City ofMASKERS THEATER CLEANUP BELFAST ME BF

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Belfast to cleanup a Brownfields site in Maskers Theater and Thompson Wharf, Belfast, Maine. Grantee will abate the asbestos and lead based paint and structure will either be demolished or moved; contaminated soil will be capped 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96189801Aroostook Band Of MicmacsAROOSTOOK GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will assist the Aroostook Band of Micmacs to develop capacity to manage and protect environmental resources on Tribal lands, including developing environmental programs to protect water bodies, soil, air, cultural resources, and threatened or endangered species. The project will allow the Aroostook Band of Micmacs to conduct education, outreach, training and provide assistance to improve environment and public health conditions on tribal lands for a range of environmental issues.
$154,74910/01/201409/30/2015
96285100New Jersey Meadowlands CommissionBENTHIC BIODIVERSITY AND BENTHIC POLLUTANT LOADS IN EMERGENT MARSHES OF THE NJ MEADOWLANDS

The recipient will sample sediment dwelling organisms in the New Jersey Meadowlands to examine abundance and diversity and to determine response to water and habitat quality in the Meadowlands District. The recipient will measure contaminant loads of these organisms and measure contaminant levels in sediments where the organisms were sampled. The study will compliment historical baseline reporting on sediment contamination and animal diversity providing new and updated information essential for management and restoration decisions for coastal wetlands in the NJ Meadowlands.
$215,23910/01/201409/30/2016
95466914GA Dept of Natural ResourcesSTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $733,182 to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division's State Response Program to maintain the four elements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response,Compensation, and Liability Act 128(a). The recipient will conduct timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; provide oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; provide resources for meaningful public involvement; and provide mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$733,18210/01/201409/30/2015
00J89801Native Village of KwinhagakINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community, improve capacity to administer EPA grants, participate in environmental training, develop environmental newsletter, conduct an assessment of disposal and shipment options for recycling and look for funding for collection and shipment of household hazardous wastes.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96074905Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation WAPUYALLUP TRIBE OF INDIANS - AIR 105 PROGRAM

This project will allow the Puyallup Tribe of Indians to continue to develop and implement an air program for the prevention and control of air pollution on the reservation. The tribe will perform outreach on air quality issues, attend training, collaborate with local, state and federal agencies and work on climate change adaptation planning.
$129,86710/01/201409/30/2016
00J96101Housing Authority of the City of TacomaHILLSIDE TERRACE I AND II CLEANUP

The Tacoma Housing Authority will use hazardous substance funding to conduct a brownfields cleanup of residentual properties located in Hillside Terrace I & II.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
83565701Ute Mountain Ute TribeUTE MOUNTAIN UTE WQX DATA FLOW EXPANSION

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe proposes to significantly increase regional submissions of Water Quality Exchange (WQX) data via the Exchange Network (EN); leverage the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-hosted Virtual Node for data publishing services in Ambient Water Quality Monitoring System (AWQMS); flow habitat assessment and benthic macroinvertebrate data to WQX; support continuous water quality monitoring data and flow summary data to WQX; build tribal capacity; and administer and implement grants.
$314,40610/01/201409/30/2015
00E66803Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN STATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) will administer a grant program for school bus replacements. Applicants may request up to $50,000 per fleet application to be funded at up to 25% of the cost. The purpose of this program is to achieve emission reductions and as a result, improve air quality and public health.
$133,09810/01/201409/30/2015
96193701VT Agency of Commerce and Community DevelopmentVERMONT ACCD BROWNFIELDS RLF PROGRAM

The project provides funding to the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development for their Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund program to cleanup brownfields sites throughout the State of Vermont. Although this recipient has an existing Revolving Loan Fund grant, this supplemental funding is being awarded via a new cooperative agreement for ease of reporting and tracking, since all previously awarded funds are committed to ongoing projects. 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
$500,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F92301Kickapoo Tribe of OklahomaTRIBAL CLEAN AIR PROJECT

The Kickapoo Tribe will benchmark the current energy performance of 28 tribal buildings and 26 tribal homes to determine baseline usage and/or consumption data from which to set energy reduction and greenhouse gas reduction goals, and to understand the relative performance of buildings and homes with regard to energy usage.
$58,04410/01/201409/30/2015
98794905Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI 2014 SECTION 106 SPECIAL MONITORING

This agreement provides funding to the State of Missouri to carry out its program to maintain, protect, and improve the water quality of its rivers, lakes, streams, groundwater, and other water bodies. The environmental benefits of this program include preventing degradation of unimpaired water bodies and reducing the number of impaired water bodies in the state. Activities include physical/chemical monitoring of rivers, streams and springs for water quality, and taking action to restore those bodies found to be impaired.
$160,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T10001Colorado River Indian TribesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Colorado River Indian Tribes' Environmental Program to include finalizing Environmental Protection Agency Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), finalize Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan (ISWMP), and begin revision of hazardous waste codes based on the ISWMP.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $75,100 for a period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015. See terms and conditions.
$75,10010/01/201409/30/2018
00D23114North Carolina DENRSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM (B)


This action approves an award in the amount of $147,325 to the State of North Carolina to assist in the State�s efforts to reduce emission by diesel engines and diesel emission exposure. This project will implement a rebate program for 6 Auxillary power units or diesel particulate filters on long haul trucks; and a repower/replacement program for nonroad, on road, marine and locomotives.
$147,32510/01/201409/30/2015
96193401Vermont D.E.C.FY14 VERMONT CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

For FY2014, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) proposes to continue its Clean Diesel Grant Program to further improve air quality and protect public health by
1) providing technical and financial assistance to a Vermont-based railway partner to equip diesel locomotive engines with EPA-verified idle reduction technology,
2) continuing a demonstration project to equip hospital facilities with verified idle reduction technology for emergency response vehicles, and
3) providing technical and financial assistance to Vermont school districts in the early replacement of existing school buses with new buses equipped with state-of-the-art emissions control systems and idling reduction technology.
$76,25910/01/201409/30/2016
00F83001Kiowa Indian Tribe of OklahomaKIOWA TRIBE OF OK GAP FY15

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 attending environmentally related meetings, staff training , community outreach, continue Solid Waste Inventory, maintain Quality Assurance Documents, and obtaining baseline knowledge in addressing Climate Change.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01368City of PlymouthCITY OF PLYMOUTH

The City of Plymouth and it's Coalition Partners (Town of Bourbon, Marshall and Indiana Counties) will utilize these funds to perform via a Brownfield Assessment Grant project. This Coalition Assessment Project will utilize these grant funds conduct environmental assessments and cleanup planning that will lead to redevelopment of its most challenging brownfields. Specifically, the Coalition has prioritized the redevelopment of seven of its most challenging brownfields. The revitalization of these areas will result in improved health and welfare of residents, including a reduction of exposures to contaminants, safer neighborhoods, and new job opportunities. Redevelopment of these brownfields will also improve the financial health of the Coalition communities by increasing the property values of these sites.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T19301Fort Bidwell Indian CommunityDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - SOURCE WATER PROTECTION

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Fort Bidwell Indian Community Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $32,725.
$32,72510/01/201409/30/2015
00J43704Orutsararmiut Traditional Native CouncilORUTSARARMIUT NATIVE COUNCIL (ONC) RESPONSE PROGRAM 2014-15

This project provides funding for ONC response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96185601Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use ManagementMARINE ENGINE REPOWER PROJECT

This project will improve air quality in New England by reducing diesel emissons from in-use diesel engines. Funding from the National Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program--Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) is for Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM). The project will repower two unregulated (pre-2004) fishing boats with new engines meeting a Tier 3 marine engine standard.
$195,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96331201City of ThomasBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY-WIDE (HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES)

Funds will be used to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct planning and outreach at Brownfields sites in the City Of Thomas, West Virginia.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96198101Olneyville Housing CorpOLENYVILLE HOUSING CORP BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Per your application request dated July 3, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $411, 685 to the Olneyville Housing Corporation. These funds will assist in the cleanup of Brownfields site in Providence Rhode Island and will go towards the three (3) parcels associated Paragon Mills site. Redevelopment of Paragon Mills will provide light manufacturing and assembly space for new businesses and job creation for this low-income neighborhood. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$411,68510/01/201409/30/2017
97550715Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant provides funding for the operation of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources� continuing environmental programs while giving greater flexibility to address its environmental priorities, improve performance, achieve administrative savings, and strengthen partnership. This agreement funds programs to promote the development and implementation of watershed based plans, water quality improvements and impairments and implementation of state management plans. The work includes outputs and outcomes associated with activities to protect and maintain the State�s water resources.
$1,966,50010/01/201409/30/2015
00F83901Caddo Indian Tribe of OklahomaCADDO NATION OF OK FY2015 GAP

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 staff training, review and update environmental documents, community outreach and education, collection of data on open water wells, maintain inventory of potential illegal solid waste sites, and continue development of Air Program.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J88101Native Village of ShishmarefINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Native Village of Shishmaref must make positive environmental changes and face climate change challenges at a pace ahead of most of the rest of the country. As the GAP staff builds capacity the tribe will have developed plans, and continue to build partnerships with other agencies and organizations. GAP staff will educate Tribal members and provide information to the community through presentations and propose action plans regarding local and regional resources, climate change, water and air quality, solid waste management, and food security for the future.

This action is a partial funding. Balance of EPA funds will be incrementally funded at a later date, subject to availability (see administrative condition 19).
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99638915Texas Department of State Health ServicesASBESTOS NESHAP RENOVATION/DEMOLITION PROGRAM

The work accomplished with this grant will include inspection of demolitions and renovation projects in public buildings as part of the State's program for planning, monitoring, and enforcing National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)
$360,00010/01/201409/30/2015
97547115Purdue UniversityPURDUE UNIVERSITY

The work proposed by the Office of Indiana State Chemist is to protect the surface/ground waters, agricultural workers, handlers, and endangered species from pesticide. Additional benefits include reduced exposure to toxic pesticides, ensure cleaner waters, and foster improved pesticide compliance. This will be done through the implementation of the state/federal pesticide regulatory and enforcement programs.
$200,95410/01/201409/30/2015
00F95101Pueblo of PojoaquePUEBLO OF POJOAQUE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This program helps protect tribal members from the harmful exposures to radon gas by testing homes and tribal offices, along with providing outreach to the community.
$24,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J95901Native Village of KwigillingokINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

Change negative disposal practices thru outreach/education; promote recycling and sustainable management of wastes; participate in conferences to create awareness and share developments with Council; develop newsletters; research options for backhaul of new materials; develop a Tribal Environmental Plan; encourage pollution prevention with proper disposal of Freon; conduct a dumpsite inventory; work with trash operator in a pilot project to eliminate the use of burn barrels and educate the community on effects of smoke from household burning of trash; conduct a climate change assessment.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J93101McGrath Native VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will assist the McGrath Native Village in building capacity and developing programs to protect the tribal environment and health. Tasks include maintaining an environmental office and administrative functions; researching environmental issues and resources and attending training; communicating internally, collaborating with other agencies, and conducting outreach and clean-up events; implementing solid waste and recycling activities; building technical knowledge of air and water, conducting an environmental inventory of issues and sites, and developing an environmental plan.
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96805201CO State UniversityCSU FY14 WPDG ARKANSAS RIVER

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect, manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$102,90910/01/201412/31/2016
96189201Northern Maine Development CommissionNMDC ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Northern Maine Development Commission to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Aroostook 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00T23815La Posta Band Of Mission IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

These funds support further development and administration of the Tribe's Water Pollution Control Program, Nonpoint Source Program and General Assistance Program. Major activities include: to expand La Posta Band's Environmental Program capacity; water quality monitoring and analysis; identification and elimination of invasive Salt Cedar plants; outreach and education; and overall administration of the Tribe'snvironmental protection program.

This assistance agreement provides full fedral funding in the amount of $269,800.00.
$269,80010/01/201409/30/2015
00D22714MS Dept of Environmental QualitySTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM (B)

This action approves an award in the amount of $123,045 to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to support the statewide School Bus Replacement Program. School districts in Mississippi will be given an opportunity to replace school bus model years 1997 through 2004 to reduce diesel emissions in the State. The program will replace up to approximately 12 buses, any potential vehicle scheduled for replacement before September 30, 2017 is not eligible for FY2014 State program funds.
$123,04510/01/201409/30/2015
99T11101White Mountain Apache TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Environmental Program to include increased participation at Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) meetings as the new Central AZ RTOC representative, investment in career development for environmental staff through the creation of a career development plan, evaluation of current outreach methods that address public health and environmental issues, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $145,200 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$145,20010/01/201409/30/2018
83573401VA Polytechnic Inst/State UniversityOCEAN WAVE ENERGY HARVESTER

This project will fabricate an ocean wave energy harvesting mechanism that uses a mechanical motion rectifier (MMR) to directly convert the irregular oscillatory wave motion into regular unidirectional rotation of a generator. The team will also design the power electronics to regulate and store the electrical energy generated, field-test the improved prototype in the marine environment, and work with industry to develop a new design of energy harvester, which will be able to harvest energy in both vertical and horizontal direction.
$90,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F81301Pueblo of JemezPUEBLO OF JEMEZ WATER QUALITY PROTECTION PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. Pueblo of Jemez will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$80,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99364814MD Dept of the EnvironmentFFY 2014 STATE OF MARYLAND DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement will continue the capitalization of the Maryland Department of the Environment's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$15,012,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96185301New Hampshire D.E.S.CERCLA 128(A) STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding to the state of New Hampshire response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$906,39110/01/201409/30/2015
45000114SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $14,364,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control which will improve the State's water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of South Carolina to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food protection.
$14,364,00010/01/201410/31/2019
96183301Southern Maine Planning and Development CommissionPROPOSAL GUIDELINES FOR BROWNFIELDS RLF GRANTS

The project provides funding to Southern Maine Planning & Development Commission (SMPDC) to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in southern Maine. The reipient will market and manage the fund, enroll sites in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), conduct cleanup planning and community involvement activities, make loans & subgrants, and oversee and document site cleanups at Brownfields sites. 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.
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00F91401The University of Texas at ArlingtonUTA POLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS PROGRAM

Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC), its statewide Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) centers will conduct “E3 Plus” site assistance which adds a chemical alternatives assessment and material life review at six 6 sites in the Region 6 area. Propose to continue delivering “E3” Program outreach and technical assistance to the manufacturing sector in New Mexico and west Texas, with New Mexico State University implemented through a previous P2 grant. Partnership, also includes the NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), and NMED�s Pollution Prevention Program. Expand the partners to include other agencies in the E3 MOU, following the E3 handbook. Working with the national and regional partners to create one new training module which can be used to train industry on source reduction techniques using material life extension because must continuously update training to keep pace with changing needs of industry.
$198,68810/01/201406/01/2016
00F78501Miami Tribe of OklahomaFY 14 MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA WATER MONITORING PROGRAM

These funds will provide support for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma's water pollution control program 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 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.
$123,17310/01/201409/30/2015
00E33004Leech Lake Band of OjibweDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT- DITCA LEECH LAKE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK- UST

This cooperative agreement provides funding to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe to assist in administering an underground storage tank program which protects against leaks from underground storage tank systems. The project will help ensure underground storage tank systems are installed properly; monitored for a release; protected from spills, overfills, and corrosion; and properly closed. The funds will be used to improve compliance through compliance assistance and other related activities within the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and other participating tribal reservations.
$39,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00938415HI Dept of HealthFY-2015 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This Cooperative Agreement funds Hawaii Department of Health to implement the regulations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The funding provided by this cooperative agreement will help insure compliance with RCRA-authorized waste management regulations in Hawaii at hazardous waste generation and management facilities, issue permits to hazardous waste management facilities, manage clean up of contaminated sites, and develop and maintain programs aimed at reducing waste and increasing recycling. This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $529,254 towards these efforts.
$529,25410/01/201409/30/2015
99T15301Walker River Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. 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 emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14201Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Pauma Tribe's Environmental Program through the development of an environmental program, developing a staff training plan, attending Geographic Information Systems training, and completing an environmental inventory and a baseline needs assessment.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $79,836 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$79,83610/01/201409/30/2018
9619820160 King Street Inc60 KING STREET CLEANUP PROGRAM

Per your application request dated July 3, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $ 200,000 to the 60 King Street Inc. These funds will be used to cleanup a Brownfields site known as the Imperial Knife, 60 King Street, Providence, Rhode Island. The clean up consists of soil excavation, capping and the installation of sub slab depressurization system. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
39000114Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
$78,932,00010/01/201412/31/2019
99T19201County of MontereyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for Monterey County to cleanup the San Lucas Library brownfields site and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. The cleanup plan calls for removing contaminated soil for off-site disposal. Confirmation sampling will also be conducted to ensure that the cleanup goals have been met. The site will be redeveloped into a new library.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T14401Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Pauma Band of Mission Indians Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources from contamination.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $31,354.
$31,35410/01/201409/30/2015
97746001Mo-Kan Regional CouncilMO-KAN BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This Brownfields Cooperative Agreement will allow the Mo-Kan Regional Council to establish and operate a cleanup Revolving Loan Fund to assist with brownfield loans and sub-grants to eligible entities to conduct cleanup of brownfields properties in the combined 11-county service areas of Mo-Kan Regional Council and the Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments (NWMORCOG), plus an additional four counties in northeast Kansas (15 counties total).
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96284700New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDEVELOPMENT OF A STATEWIDE LIVING SHORELINE PROGRAM FOR NEW JERSEY.

The recipient will examine programs in other states that address tidal costal wetland protection, restoration and resiliency with perspective on applicability in New Jersey. The recipient will evaluate policy, guidance and/or regulatory changes to establish a suitable program for protecting tidal shorelines in New Jersey and will review Coastal Zone Management Rules to identify additional amendments that facilitate its implementation. The recipient will develop a centralized technical information resource in New Jersey, developing and managing a web site, identifying agencies, research, projects, monitoring and assessments of tidal costal wetland projects throughout the State.
$110,00010/01/201412/31/2016
96285000City of New York Dept of Parks and RecreationSTRATEGIES FOR ASSESSMENT AND RESTORATION OF RESILIENT URBAN TIDAL WETLAND

The recipient will revise wetland restoration monitoring protocols to evaluate attributes characterizing wetland health and function. These methods will more accurately evaluate the status of existing and restored tidal marshes in the New York City area. The recipient will develop new monitoring guidelines for restoration projects in New York City and improve tidal marsh restoration practices, and it will facilitate a technical workshop engaging state, federal, and non-profit coastal wetland resource managers in these endeavors.
$98,24010/01/201406/30/2016
96183201City of Boston Department of Neighborhood DevelopmentCITY OF BOSTON'S BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Boston to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in the targeted neighborhoods of Dorchester and Roxbury in Boston, Massachusetts. The recipient will assess and identify potential contamination issues at brownfields sites, evaluate remediation and reuse strategies, and ultimately return otherwise distressed, abandoned, or environmentally stigmatized sites back to viable and sustainable reuse. 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
02E01086Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa IndiansTRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project is for the continued development of the Environmental Response Program. Funding is primarily to be used for capacity building by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians 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.
$116,86610/01/201409/30/2015
97747601University of Nebraska at OmahaENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE PURCHASING - IMPLEMENTATION, MOTIVATION, AND MEASUREMENT

This project will measure motivations, barriers, action and knowledge regarding Environmental Preferable Purchasing (EPP) among distributed purchasers at 5 colleges / universities. It will provide targeted messages for change, provide training, and measure implementation of EPP which includes source reduction.
$40,10010/01/201409/30/2015
96191001Franklin Regional Council of GovernmentsA REGIONAL APPROACH TO ASSESSMENT OF BROWNFIELDS PROPERTIES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, MA

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Franklin Regional Council of Governments to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Franklin County, Massachusetts. 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.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F91101City of Pine BluffCITY OF PINE BLUFF BROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS CLEANUP GRANT

The purpose of this grant is to clean up the Downtown 601 Main property in Pine Bluff, AR. This is a Brownfields Hazardous Substances cleanup assistance agreement in that it will allow the recipient to clean up hazardous substances and material contamination at the Downtown 601 Main property. This cooperative agreement will also allow the recipient to conduct community outreach concerning the property's cleanup and redevelopment. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved in monitoring and overseeing this cooperative agreement.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96439415Eastern Band of Cherokee IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $198,000 to support the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians' Performance Partnership Grants to establish an environmental presence and build capacity to manage environmental programs through staff training, ordinance and permitting development, compliance assistance, education, and outreach in the area of non-point source restoration, pollution prevention, and pesticide and chemical safety.
$198,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J94701Oregon Health AuthorityOREGON BEACH MONITORING PROGRAM

The applicant will implement a beach monitoring and public notification program for Oregon beaches. The applicant will collect and report water quality data (bacterial monitoring for human health- contact recreation) and notify the public of related water quality concerns.
$219,25010/01/201403/31/2016
00F89801Sac and Fox NationTRIBAL CLEAN AIR PROJECT

Sac and Fox Nation will conduct indoor air quality assessments on tribal homes and buildings to determine what types of pollutants are present and what indoor air quality issues may be of concern to tribal employees and community members.
$75,07010/01/201409/30/2015
00E32704White Earth ReservationWHITE EARTH UST TRIBAL PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement provides funding to the White Earth Reservation to assist in administering an underground storage tank program which protects against leaks from underground storage tank systems. The project will help ensure underground storage tank systems are installed properly; monitored for a release; protected from spills, overfills, and corrosion; and properly closed. The funds will be used to improve compliance through compliance assistance and other related activities within the White Earth Reservation and other participating tribal reservations.
$32,50010/01/201409/30/2016
00J87701Nondalton VillageNONDALTON VILLAGE

GAP Work Plan includes 4 Components: 1) Continue a baseline tribal water quality monitoring project; 2) Promotes community awareness of local environmental issues through an educational workshop; 3) Includes a community clean-up project and continues to develop a youth litter patrol program; and 4) builds tribal environmental program capacity.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
24000114MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Maryland's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$33,910,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F79901Muscogee (Creek) NationMUSCOGEE CREEK NATION NPS FY14-15

This cooperative agreement will allow Muscogee Creek Nation to install rain gardens to help reduce the nonpoint source pollution impacting Okmulgee Creek.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F78101Delaware NationDELAWARE NATION FY 14 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

These funds will provide support for the Tribe�s water pollution control program 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 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.
$102,35410/01/201409/30/2015
00F79301Fort Sill Apache TribeFT. SILL APACHE FY 14 WATER POLLUTION PROGRAM

These funds will provide support for the Tribe�s water pollution control program 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:
1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water 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.
$64,99910/01/201409/30/2015
96330901DE Department of Natural Res and Env Control“BUILDING RESILIENCY FOR DELAWARE’S WETLANDS

Delaware plans to continue on prior work in the development of assessments and monitoring for wetland protection in the State of Delaware. This includes a Wetland health assessment in the c&d canal-Red Lion Creek watershed and the development of an assessment procedure for freshwater tidal wetlands using the Delaware Rapid Assessment Procedure (DERAP). Federal funds in the amount of $221,616 are contingent upon availability.
$221,61710/01/201409/30/2017
96188301Kittery Town ofCERCLA SECTION 104(K) CLEANUP

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Town of Kittery, Maine to cleanup a Brownfields site on Wood Island in Kittery, Maine. Contamination is likely to include friable asbestos contaning material, lead-based paint and biological hazards from guano throughout the delapitated building. The redevelopment of this property will bring a safer and more appropriate use that is more beneficial for the community. 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 .
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F82701Quapaw Tribe of OklahomaQUAPAW TRIBE OF OK GAP FY15

This project is to build capacity of the Quapaw Tribe to develop and manage environmental programs to protect and improve the environment and public health of the tribe. Activities include provide a Tribal Environmental Office to build capacity for the Tribe to operate an environmental program to protect and preserve the environment in Indian Country; address Illegal dumping in and around the tribal community; further develop an effective Quality Assurance Program for the Tribal environmental program; routinely provide Tribal Members and surrounding community with environmental awareness and education to ensure understanding and support of Tribal Environmental issues and programs; maintain the Tribal Environmental Programs presence on the state, regional and national levels; and Tribal Peer to peer assistance of EPA remedial action cooperative agreements.
$115,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E52606Ohio Department of HealthLAKE ERIE BATHING BEACH WATER QUALITY MONITORING

The Ohio Department of Health (DoH) will support the Beach Monitoring and Notification Program Implementation Project, in cooperation with state and local health officials and interested organizations, to address health risks to beach users. Ohio DoH is committed to assist in the continued assessment of the coastal Lake Erie border to test beach water in order to reduce the risk of exposure of beach users to disease-causing micro-organisms in coastal recreational waters. In order to increase and improve monitoring and notification efforts, Ohio DoH will undertake several key activities in support of the performance goals. The goals associated with this grant include: 1) Public exposures to pathogens will be reduced at beaches along the Ohio Lake Erie shoreline; 2) Water quality will be improved due to targeted monitoring efforts; 3) The public will be able to easily access beach sampling; and 4) Incidences of illness associated with recreational waters will be reduced.
$215,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01338Board of Trustees University of IllinoisBTUI P2 INFORMATION NETWORK PROGRAM

This project outlines how the Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable will advance pollution prevention information exchange by developing and promoting information resources and training for and facilitating networking among pollution prevention technical assistance providers in the Great Lakes Region and beyond.
$107,01210/01/201409/30/2015
00E01340City of PainesvilleBROWNFIELDS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND INVENTORY STRATEGIC PLAN

This project provides funding for the City of Painesville to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, Painesville intends to use EPA grant funding to (1) complete Phase 1 and 2 assessments, remedial planning, associated planning and public outreach and (2) further the work started with prior state and federal funding at eligible properties within the City, and (3) complete and area-wide inventory of brownfields properties.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96815501Montana State UniversityMSU FY14 WPDG GALLATIN COUNTY

This award provides funding to build capacity to protect manage and restore wetlands through assessment and development of a comprehensive program.
$62,04710/01/201409/30/2016
99T22801Environmental Health CoalitionENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE-PROBLEM SOLVING PROGRAM

The project will bring together key stakeholders to collaborate in an effort to reduce air pollution in the low-income Latino neighborhood of Barrio Logan by creating a plant to implement Transportation and Land Use policies and other policies recommended in the Port of San Diego Climate Action Plan. The recipient will provide two training and convene seven workshops on the CAP issues. They will use the EPA CPS model to analyze the measures, develop a vision and set of priorities, identify strategies for realizing the vision, and create an action plan to implement measures that are practical, feasible, and benefit the community.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $120,000.
$120,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F84001Comanche Indian TribeCOMANCHE NATION ENVIRONMENT FY2015

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 staff training, community outreach, update Quality Assurance documents, continue to locate and identify solid waste sites, develop an indoor Air Program and Water Quality Program, research and obtain knowledge in Climate Change.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96012810Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed CouncilYUKON RIVER INTERTRIBAL WATERSHED COUNCIL RESPONSE PROGRAM 2014-15

This agreement provides funding for the Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed to continue to establish and enhance a consortia-based response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites in the Yukon Watershed; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful opportunities for public involvement; mechanisms for approval a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. YRITWC will work with up to three communities to assess and plan for site reuse.
$330,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96191401Partners for a Healthier Community Inc.REDUCING ASTHMA TRIGGERS

This project will target school leaders and parents on reducing asthma triggers in sensitive populations in Holyoke and Springfield, MA. Specifically, this project will address school-aged children with asthma by providing a training and advocacy program for top school leadership (school district staff, school committee members, and principals) to develop and implement district-wide policies and procedures to improve indoor and outdoor air quality at schools. This project will also educate parents and caregivers of children with asthma and recruit parent asthma champions to work with Partners for a Healthier Community on school leadership advocacy/education efforts. Project outputs will include presentations to school leaders and parents/caregivers; at least 5,000 parents/caregivers receiving materials and information, 200 of whom will participate in presentations/events; at least 2 parents/caregivers participating in advocacy efforts with school leadership; 8 asthma sessions presented 65 students by 8 teams of 2 nursing students each; and at least 1 new district-wide policy to reduce risk factors for asthma onset and/or exacerbations.
$25,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T16401Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Reservation to plan, develop and establish the capability for environmental protection programs. The Tribe is developing a Tribal Climate Change risk assessment, an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan, a Tribal solid waste ordinance and a Tribal air program; providing guidance and training to environmental staff, Tribal Council and Tribal members; and searching for additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $304,780 to support activities through 09/30/2016.
$304,78010/01/201409/30/2018
00F83601Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE OF OK GAP FY15

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 attending environmentally related meetings, staff training, community outreach, create maps using GIS/GPS tools, update Environmental Program Documents, and community recycling activities.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96183801The Neighborhood CorporationCITY OF TAUNTON BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to The Neighborhood Corporation to cleanup a Brownfields site in Taunton, Massachusetts. The reipient will conduct community involvement, cleanup planning, enroll the site in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), and conduct and document cleanup activities. 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D20514Tampa Bay National Estuary ProgramNATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $548,000 to the Tampa Bay National Estuary Program to maintain and strengthen partnerships to restore and protect Tampa Bay; maintain and strengthen scientific and public education/outreach programs; and assist in securing funds for the Comprehensive Conservation Management Program Implementation.
$548,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00T28401Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - ANNUAL TRIBAL CONFERENCE

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $182,053 for Owens Valley Indian Water Commission (OVIWC) to plan, develop and establish the capability building for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The OVIWC will work with EPA to plan and organize the Annual Tribal/EPA Conference. The OVIWC will maintain a conference website, set the conference agenda and sessions in conjunction with EPA staff, select the conference site and negotiate agreements with the hotel for conference meeting space and activities. The OVIWC will also select conference exhibitors and vendors that will provide information to attendees at the conference and hire conference consultants to assist with organizing the conference.
$182,05310/01/201403/31/2017
83563301Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnINDOOR ENV FACTORS & EFFECTS ON K-12 STUDENT PERF

The objectives of the research project are: (1) to study comprehensively the impacts of a wide set of indoor environmental factors (including indoor air quality, thermal, lighting and acoustic conditions) on student achievement; (2) to investigate how these environmental conditions interact with each other to impact student achievement; (3) to rank order the environmental variables in terms of their relative impact on student achievement; and (4) to determine how these effects vary with different demographic (e.g. socio-economic) groups.
$998,43311/01/201410/31/2018
96197501Childhood Lead Action ProjectCOMMUNITY LEAD POISONING PREVENTION INITIATIVE

Per your application request dated June 12, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $25,000 in support of the Childhood Lead Action Project's for their Community Lead Poisoning Prevention Initiative. This will provide education, outreach, and collaboration within the communities of East Providence and Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The goals of the project include reducing the incidences of lead poisoning; increasing knowledge of lead and other toxic exposures by utilizing Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) data; increasing lead safety knowledge and expertise of those performing renovation or repair on residences; increasing the understanding of Rhode Island's lead law at the city level; and building the capacity of low-income, minority, and tribal populations to reduce their exposure to toxins. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions for this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$25,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96819201Montana State UniversityMT STATE UNIVERSITY POLLUTION PREVENTION FY14

Montana State University will use the funds provided in this grant to support their pollution prevention recognition program, sustainable ag and economy hub, materials exchange program and pollution prevention efforts in residential housing.
$147,46210/01/201409/30/2015
99759314Iowa Department of Natural Resources2014 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure in the State of Iowa.
$13,229,00010/01/201409/30/2018
96189701Aroostook Band Of MicmacsCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

This grant will assist the Aroostook Band of Micmacs to take inventory and document pesticide use for each of the ten federally-recognized New England Indian Tribes, including pesticides use associated with agriculture, forestry, structural, and human-health vector control. The information will be used by the Tribes to determine if additional regulatory activities or other actions are necessary to effectively manage pesticide applications on Tribal land.
$24,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F86101Quapaw Tribe of OklahomaTRIBAL CLEAN AIR PROJECT

The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma will conduct the regulatory operation of Ozone (O3), Nitrogen Oxide (NO), Total Reactive Nitrogen Species (NOy), meteorological parameters, and lead in TSP for comparison to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Additionally, the tribe will conduct continuous monitoring efforts for PM2.5 and PM10. Tribal staff will also continue building capacity through training,and participation in regional and national workgroups.
$213,48310/01/201409/30/2015
00740124Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT YEAR 24

This grant will assist in achieving a reduction of radon exposure in homes, schools, daycares and new construction by promoting radon awareness and testing for elevated levels to homeowners, schools and daycare administrators. Actual reduction of radon exposure levels is achieved by installation of sub-slab depressurization systems which will be funded by the homeowner, school or daycare organization.
$182,50010/01/201409/30/2015
83575001Illinois Institute of TechnologyCLIMATE CHANGE & WEATHERIZ. IMPACTS ON INDOOR AIR

This project will predict indoor exposures and associated chronic health effects of several indoor and outdoor pollutants across the current and future residential building stocks. Future simulations will include various climate scenarios as well as climate policies on weatherization and energy efficiency. The project will use indoor air quality models with key inputs from field measurements before and after weatherization to predict long-term concentrations and health risks from climate change.
$272,56911/01/201410/31/2017
96182601Taunton Redevelopment MassDevelopment CorporationBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP OF PAUL DEVER SCHOOL SITE

This assistance agreement will provide funding to Taunton Development MassDevelopment Corporation to cleanup a Brownfields site in Taunton, Massachusetts. The reipient will conduct community involvement, cleanup planning, enroll the site in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), and conduct and document cleanup activities. 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.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99516215Wisconsin Department of AgriculturePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The work proposed by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection is to protect food safety and to protect the ground water, agricultural workers and handlers, and endangered species from pesticides, reduced exposure to toxic pesticides, cleaner water, and improved pesticide compliance from monitoring. This will be done through the implementation of the state/federal pesticide regulatory and enforcement programs. Also, compliance assistance for the regulated community will address new or problematic areas.
$221,10910/01/201409/30/2015
96330301VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE & SON (REMEDIAL ACTION OPERABLE UNIT FOUR)

Funds will be used to provide support in the development, regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation of the Remedial Action Operable Unit Four which addresses site soils at the L.A. Clarke & Son site.
$7,99210/01/201409/30/2017
00744708Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Program funds will provide resources for the oversight/monitoring and cleanup of petroleum releases from Underground Storage Tanks (USTs). States have the authority to monitor and administer funds for UST "Corrective Action" using Leaking Underground Storage Tanks trust funds.

This is a partial award of federal funds. Full federal funding will be provided at a later date.
$695,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F94001Eight Northern Indian Pueblo CouncilHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM GRANT

The Hazardous Waste Management Grant Program for Tribes provides assistance for the development and implementation of hazardous waste management programs; for building capacity to improve and maintain regulatory compliance; and for developing solutions to address hazardous waste management issues in Indian country.
$69,57710/01/201409/30/2015
97895701SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSD DENR FY14 BROWNFIELDS

This project provides funding for the SD DENR response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$467,20010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01410Inter Tribal Council of Michigan Inc.INTER-TRIBAL COUNCIL

This project continues to carry out the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) compliance assistance to tribally-owned and operated public water suppliers in order to decrease the risk of contamination, regulate systems and to ensure compliance with the federal standards.
$32,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96282215Mercer County Improvement AuthorityMCIA- PETROLEUM CLEANUP ROEBLING BLOCK 3 LOT 105

This award provides funding to the Mercer County Improvement Authority (MCIA) for clean-up of petroleum substances at Lot 1.05 Section of the Roebling Block 3 brownfield site. "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 MCIA and the public will benefit from the future redevelopment of the site. The MCIA will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T17601Berry Creek RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Berry Creek Rancheria's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through conducting community outreach to document the community environmental and solid waste needs, finalizing the environmental inventory in preparation of the FY16 EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan completion, and drafting an integrated solid waste management plan.

This award provides $50,000 of federal funding for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/15, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2018
00E01379City of LebanonCITY OF LEBANON

This project provides funding for the City to conduct community wide assessments at eligible brownfields sites potentially contaminated by hazardous substances. The City will conduct Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites, complete cleanup planning, as appropriate, as well as community involvement activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96281615County of UnionCOMMUNITY WIDE PETROLEUM BF ASSESSMENT COALITION

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the County of Union, NJ will develop and implement a program to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of petroleum substances. The Community Wide Petroleum Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. The County of Union, NJ will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with petroleum substances throughout the city. The County of Union, NJ will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96828601City of SheridanCITY OF SHERIDAN

This project provides funding for the City of Sheridan to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup plannning and community involvement related activities for brownfields sites in the City of Sheridan.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00905615Bay Area AQMDFY15 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 all other program-related activities. This program will protect and improve the air quality in the Bay Area and reduce the risks to human health and the environment. In addition to the District's continuing environmental program activities, they will pass-through funding to the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA) for smaller California Air Districts to perform additional air control program-related activities.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $1,503,326.00 which will pass-through to CAPCOA activities.
$1,503,32610/01/201409/30/2015
83564701MD Dept of the EnvironmentMD-FY2014 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

The Maryland Department of the Environment proposes to establish web services in Ambient Water Quality Monitoring System (AWQMS) (based on open geospatial standards) to allow applications such as Geographic Information System (ArcGIS) Desktop and ArcGIS Online to access AWQMS data directly; add support for Representational State Transfer (REST)ful Web Services to allow use of water quality by external tools and websites; automate the synchronization of Water Quality Exchange (WQX) domain value tables in the AWQMS; automate the calculation of metals exceedance thresholds; integrate eBeaches Notification Data into AWQMS; and support capturing water quality assessment information in preparation for the redesigned Assessment, TMDL Tracking And Implementation System/Office of Water Integrated Reporting (ATTAINS/OWIR) Exchange Network (EN) flow.
$471,83310/01/201409/30/2017
97806415Standing Rock Sioux TribeSRST UST FY15

This award provides funds to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to ensure that owners and operators routinely and correctly monitor all regulated tanks and piping in accordance with the regulations. The program encompasses compliance and leak prevention activities, including: encouraging owners and operators to properly operate, maintain, and monitor their tanks; ensuring that tank owners and operators are complying with notification, release prevention, release detection, and other prevention regulatory requirements; conducting Underground Storage Tank (UST) compliance assistance visits; updating and maintaining their databases; compatibility; reviewing and updating tribal UST codes as appropriate; and/or other core program UST activities.
$81,72010/01/201409/30/2016
97961415The Hopi TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - CWA 319 AND CWA 104

The Hopi Tribe will continue to develop and administer their Clean Water Act Section 319 - Nonpoint Source and Section 104(b)(3) - Wetland Programs. The Tribe will continue to develop and expand their capability to administer these programs as it gains experience through actual program implementation. The wetlands project, White Ruin Cienega, is a demonstration project which will examine the efficacy of restoration techniques on a unique marshland. The competitive component of this grant award will focus on the rehabilitaton of the Tawapa Spring.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,194. (Note: The amount of $50,000 supports CWA 319 base activities for FY15.) See terms and conditions.
$200,19410/01/201409/30/2016
97895901SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSD DENR FY15 LUST PREVENTION

This award provides funds to the South Dakota DENR to ensure that owners and operators routinely and correctly monitor all regulated tanks and piping in accordance with the regulations.
$339,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D25514City of St. MarksBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of the $200,000 to the City of St. Marks, Florida. These funds will be used to clean up the St. Marks Refinery East Parcel site, thru 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J87401Nulato VillageINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

Nulato Village will build tribal environmental capacity by attending conferences and trainings, assess indoor air quality conditions, produce an environmental newsletter, establish an environmental youth board, conduct recycling and community clean up, and develop a small community emergency response plan.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96183601Massachusetts D.E.P.PRE-REMEDIAL (SITE ASSESSMENT) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Per your application request dated May 8, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount out $225,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to conduct pre-remedial (site assessment) activities which involves the investigation, evaluation, and assessment of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.
$225,00010/01/201409/30/2015
97895415CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentWPC STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This project implements priorities identified in Colorado's revised Monitoring Strategy. Specific priorities include data management enhancements, reporting of probability based wetlands conditions results, fish tissue work for Se and As, analyses of phytoplankton and zooplankton, and increased sampling of streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.
$160,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00J95801Nez Perce TribeINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - SPECIAL PROJECT

This GAP Special Project will allow Nez Perce to work with other Tribes and EPA to help develop a curriculum and host a training to help Tribes understand the environmental issues associated with mining development.
$90,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96583609Wisconsin Department of Health & Family ServicesWISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES

This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to Wisconsin Department of Health Services to administer and enforce activities for the Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) program, the Pre-renovation Education (PRE) program, and the Lead Abatement program. Additional support from the United States Environmental Protection Agency will allow the programs to conduct work-site inspections, training classes, audits and follow-up compliance assistance as part of the State's program enforcement efforts.
$354,05910/01/201409/30/2016
83568301National Older Worker Career CenterSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR THE GREAT LAKES NATIONAL PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with the Great Lakes National Program, Region V, Chicago, IL
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01386Ashtabula County Port AuthorityASHTABULA COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COALITION

This project provides funding for the Ashtabula County Port Authority (ACPA) and Coalition members to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, ACPA intends to use EPA grant funding to (1) complete site inventory and conduct Phase 1 and 2 assessments, (2) develop remedial plans and associated planning, (3) enhance public outreach and involvement, and (4) leverage the work started with prior state and federal money on eligible brownfields properties within ACPAs and Coalition member jurisdiction.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F87801Fort Sill Apache TribeTRIBAL CLEAN AIR PROJECT

Fort Sill Apache Tribal staff will become familiar with air quality issues as well as the emissions of areas surrounding tribal boundaries by developing a source identification list and an Initial Preparation Plan to determine if an emissions inventory needs to be conducted.
$65,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96191101City of ChicopeeCITY OF CHICOPEE UNIROYAL PARCEL #147-10 BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Chicopee to cleanup a Brownfields site in the City of Chicopee, Massachusetts. Specifically they will fund the cleanup and management of the contaminated rail bed soils on Uniroyal Parcel #147-10 - a former rail spur that runs through the larger Uniroyal property. 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
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E67503Leech Lake Band of OjibweLEECH LAKE BAND OF OJIBWE

This program funding will be used to conduct testing of residences, provide education to Tribal members, and to assist in finding mitigation for homes that meet or exceed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) radon action level of 4.0 picocuries of radon per liter of air (4.0 pCi/L). There is also a project to work with the Tribal Housing Department to build new homes on the reservation that are radon resistant with assistance from the radon program.
$45,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F86501Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLOUISIANA FY14 MONITORING INITIATIVE ACTIVITIES

The objective of this project is for the State of Louisiana to address gaps or enhancements in the state's current Monitoring Strategy. These funds will be utilized by the recipient to perform supplemental water quality monitoring activities, and specifically to collect flow data for determining stage-discharge relationship and loading in Louisiana watersheds.
$160,00010/01/201412/31/2017
96190701Division of Planning and DevelopmentCITY OF LOWELL'S BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Lowell to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Lowell, Massachusetts. One of the primary areas for this project is the Ayers City Industrial Park. This is an urban renewal district in Lowell with numerous brownfields. The city is looking to modern flexible industrial space to attract new manufacturing businesses to the city and provide good wage jobs to the community. 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96828801Ute Mountain Ute TribeUTE MOUNTAIN UTE BROWNFIELDS CLEAN UP

This project provids funding for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe to cleanup the Towaoc Landfill and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. The cleanup of the Towaoc Landfill will provide the land for a proposed solar array.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T20201Yurok 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, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $95,000 for the period of 10/1/14-9/30/15.
$95,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T19701Ramona Band of Cahuilla Mission IndiansTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The goal of this project is to assist the Ramona Band of Cahuilla Indians (RBOC) in the development and enhancement of their Tribal Brownfields Program and response and cleanup capacities. The Tribe will establish the four elements outlined under the response program. This includes evaluating, assessing and cleaning up of Brownfields sites in accordance with the Brownfields 128(a) program requirements, working on public records of cleanup sites, developing an inventory of potential Brownfields sites on tribal land, and developing legal authorities and regulations.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,000.00.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00598119Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

The project will provide oversight and direction to responsible parties in order to move Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) projects through the cleanup process. Indiana Department of Environmental Management will identify LUST sites that have not made timely progress and pursue appropriate options including enforcement.
$1,269,60010/01/201409/30/2016
96193101Champlain Valley Office of Economic OpportunityEMERGENCY PLANNING AND EXERCISING FOR RESILIENT MOBILE HOME PARK COMMUNITIES

The Emergency Planning & Exercising for Resilient Mobile Home Park Communities project will increase community awareness, coordination, and communication around local and regional hazards including impact of extreme weather events on mobile homes, water, wetlands, drinking water and wastewater supply systems and raise awareness about the Waters of the United States rule. The resilience of mobile home park communities from climate change risks and impacts will be achieved through resident-driven emergency planning and exercising activities. Through this effort, residents will be empowered to identify community hazards /vulnerabilities and to plan for emergencies through capacity building and technical assistance that will result in source reduction.
$25,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14301Pyramid Lake Paiute 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, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96328601Civic Works IncJOB TRAINING

This project provides funding for Civic Works, Inc. to recruit, train, and place unemployed or underemployed residents of Baltimore, Maryland in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste contaminated sites.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96192101Massachusetts Workforce AllianceGREEN INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMMUNITY BENEFITS FOR SOMERVILLE

The Massachusetts Workforce Alliance (MWA) will raise awareness and demand for Green Infrastructure in Somerville, Massachusetts. The project will target Somerville leadership and residents, with a particular focus on the economic development and job creation potential for Green Infrastructure work. The project will culminate in the installation of an educational rain garden, on or near the campus of the Mystic River Housing Development, The installation will highlight the multiple benefits of Green Infrastructure including, economic development, job creation and improvements to the environment and human health.
$25,00010/01/201406/30/2016
97515712Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - LUST TRUST FUND

This cooperative agreement will provide funding of activities conducted by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency in the administration of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks sites within the State of Illinois. The funds will be used to direct the cleanup of properties where petroleum has leaked from State and Federally regulated underground storage tanks.
$2,300,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96831301CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentCDPHE DIESEL FY 14

This project will protect more than 2,000 school children daily from
direct exposure to diesel exhaust pollution via the retrofit of 36 diesel buses with EPA- and/or CARB-verified diesel oxidation catalysts, crankcase filtration systems, and direct-fired heaters. To maximize the benefit from these retrofits, CDPHE personnel will travel to school districts for program introduction, pre-testing and measuring of buses for retrofit eligibility, installation and quality assurance of the retrofit equipment, and training of fleet personnel regarding proper use
and maintenance of the pollution reduction/idling reduction technologies.
$155,88810/01/201412/31/2016
96332501DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDELAWARE STATE CLEAN DIESEL

This assistance agreement will enable the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to reduce diesel emissions in the Wilmington metropolitan area. The project will result in replacement of a model year 2002 diesel powered street sweeper with a model year 2014 street sweeper.
$115,39510/01/201409/30/2015
96281415Camden Redevelopment AgencyCAMDEN REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP GRANT - HARRISON AVE LOT 12

This award provides funding to Camden Redevelopment Agency for cleanup of Hazardous Substances at the Harrison Avenue Landfill Lot 12 brownfields site. "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 Camden Redevelopment Agency and the public will benefit from future redevelopment of the site. During the life of the project Camden Redevelopment Agency will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the site by holding community meetings and sharing written information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96281115City of New YorkNYC BF PETROLEUM ASSESSMENT FY14

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the City of New York will develop and implement a program to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of petroleum substances. The Community Wide Petroleum Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. The City of New York will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with petroleum substances throughout the city. The City of New York will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00F82801Otoe-Missouria Tribe of OklahomaOTOE-MISSOURIA TRIBE GAP FY15

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 building environmental capacity to manage an environmental department, maintain/update quality management documents, attend training, outreach, update emergency response efforts, and decrease illegal dumping.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
98886515Three Affiliated TribesTHREE AFFILIATED TRIBES BROWNFIELDS FY15

This project provides funding for Three Affiliated Tribes' response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$128,20010/01/201409/30/2015
72000114Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY 14 PREQB CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board's Clean Water State Revolving fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects through the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive water pollution control program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$18,287,00010/01/201409/30/2021
00E66503Ohio Environmental Protection AgencySTATE CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) will use federal clean diesel grant program funds to augment their existing Ohio clean school bus fund to replace and retrofit school buses with emission reduction and anti-idle reduction technology. Priority will be given to applicant school districts in fine particulate matter (PM 2.5) non-attainment counties and with an anti-idling or other pollution reduction programs in place.
$154,72210/01/201409/30/2015
99T14715Ak-Chin Indian CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Ak-Chin Indian Community in ensuring that pesticides are used, sold and distributed in accordance with the Tribe's Pesticide Ordinance and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), as amended. The Pesticide Control Officer will conduct pesticide inspections; monitor compliance with the tribe's Pesticide Ordinance and use requirements on U.S. EPA-approved labels; and ensure that pesticides sold at local retailers are registered with U.S. EPA.

This award provides partial federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99720417Missouri Department of Health and Senior ServicesMISSOURI 2015 LEAD LICENSING AND ACCREDITATION PROGRAM

This program is to assist the State of Missouri with the implementation of a comprehensive lead-based paint program to reduce the risk of childhood lead poisoning. The program includes, training and certifying lead-based paint professionals, outreach to the public, and monitoring and enforcement to identify, correct, and deter non-compliance with lead-based paint abatement regulations and requirements.
$293,59810/01/201409/30/2015
00537215Minnesota Department of AgriculturePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The work proposed by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture is to monitor pesticide use, respond to reports of pesticide misuse, protect the agricultural workers and handlers, and protect endangered species from pesticides. Additional benefits include reduced exposure to toxic pesticides, ensure cleaner waters, and foster improved pesticide compliance. This will be done through the implementation of the state/federal pesticide regulatory and enforcement programs
$221,92710/01/201409/30/2015
97841108Shoshone & Northern Arapaho TribeSHOSHONE & ARAPAHO TRIBES FY14 AIR 103

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 revising quality assurance documents, monitoring air quality on the reservation, analyze air quality data, attending environmental related trainings and meetings, serve on local environmental committees, and grant writing.
$130,86210/01/201409/30/2015
96691904Cherokee NationLEAD BASED PAINT

Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Lead Based Paint Grant for FY 2014-2016 - To continue implementing a state enforcement program pursuant SCA Section 402 TSCA Lead Based Paint Grant for FY 2014 - To continue implementing a state enforcement program pursuant TSCA Section 402, which has been authorized by EPA. The overall goals of the proposed workplan include, maintaining the appropriate infrastructure to successfully administer and enforce the lead based paint program; provide training for lead inspectors; conduct inspections of licensed contractors engaged in lead-based activities and taking appropriate enforcement when needed. The Cherokee Nation will continue to operate the Lead Based Paint Program by conducting training, certification/accreditation, enforcement, investigation, compliance and assistance, and risk communication.
$132,00010/01/201409/30/2016
83575101Curators of the Univ of MissouriINDOOR EXPOSURE TO POLLUTION: CHEMISTRY & WINDOWS

This project will investigate indoor smog-induced chemistry and associated human exposure, and the effect of natural ventilation on this chemistry and subsequent exposure estimates. They will also assess the prevalence and future trends of natural ventilation behaviors in the context of climate change. They will measure indoor air pollution in summer and winter and the effect of door and window opening on this chemistry.
$999,99911/01/201410/31/2017
96188601Bangor CIty ofBANGOR BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT GRANT

This assistance agreement will provide funding to City of Bangor to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Bangor, Maine. The City will complete both Phase I and Phase II assessments and do cleanup activity. 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99519111Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa IndiansSAULT STE. MARIE TRIBE OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS - GAP PROJECT

This action will provide funding under the General Assistance Program to the Sault Ste Marie Tribe in support of their efforts to develop the environmental management capacity and the pollution control strategies needed to protect the air, water and land. In this workplan, environmental codes will be drafted by consulting with Board members and in-house legal counsel and will lay the groundwork for establishing codes for water quality and for site response matters and eventually, solid waste and recycling ordinances.
$220,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00J45504Douglas Indian AssociationDOUGLAS INDIAN ASSOCIATION RP 2014-15

This project provides funding for Douglas Indian Association Response Program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D26814Old Dominion University Research FoundationOLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION GEOGRAPHIC PROGRAM: SOUTH FLORIDA

This action approves a new award in the amount of $73,000 to Old Dominion University Research Foundation to focus on conducting field and mesocosm studies by collecting and utilizing data of sponge restoration sites to quantitatively access the effectiveness on sponge community restoration and the potential importance of sponge biodiversity for restoring key ecosystems services.
$73,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00E44707Indiana State Department of HealthEPA LEAD ACCREDITATION

This action funds the FFY 2015 and 2016 State Continuing Environmental Lead (Pb) Grant to the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) for the continued implementation of an EPA authorized State lead accreditation, certification, and enforcement program and to administer training accreditation, instructor approval, and certifications of all lead professionals. ISDH will manage program activities in the areas of compliance assistance, education and outreach, compliance monitoring, complaint investigation, abatement notification, and enforcement of regulations.
$307,90810/01/201409/30/2016
00D21314Georgia Department of Natural ResourcesSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $147,888 to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources which will enable them to fund a program for the early replacement of school bus diesel engines with up to approximately 5 buses being replaced. School districts in Georgia will be given an opportunity to replace model year 1991 through model year 2003 school buses.
$147,88810/01/201409/30/2015
99T17901Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is to build the environmental program capacity of the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians to develop and establish an environmental protection program consistent with those administered by the EPA. The Tribe is developing a EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan, attending training and conferences, meeting with local governments on illegal dumping issues and implementing a solid waste management program. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $94,800. This funding is for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$94,80010/01/201409/30/2018
99T10901Big Pine Paiute Tribe of Owens ValleyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $157,800 to expand the Big Pine Paiute Tribe's Environmental Program to include development of an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan, training for environmental staff, outreach and education on solid waste management, air quality and climate change, and development of a Tribal Environmental Advisory Board.

This award provides funding for a period of 10/1/2014 - 09/30/2015, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$157,80010/01/201409/30/2018
96186301Rhode Island D.E.M.RHODE ISLAND BROWNFIELD PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 9, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $874,708 to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Response Program. This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites, oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment, resources to provide meaningful public involvement, mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$874,70810/01/201409/30/2015
00J44504Craig Tribal AssociationCRAIG TRIBAL ASSOCIATION RESPONSE PROGRAM 2014-15

This project provides funding for Craig Tribal Association Response Program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96188901Biddeford City ofBIDDEFORD CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Biddeford to cleanup a Brownfields site in Biddeford, Maine. The Maine Energy Recovery Company (MERC) facility was constructed as a waste to energy facility in the early 1980s, and shut down in 2012. The goal of the project to be funded by this cooperative agreement is to remediate the MERC facility and to facilitate the properties� redevelopment as a mixed use project adjacent to the existing mill district. 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.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00740323Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityIMPLEMENTATION OF NEBRASKA'S NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 2014

Funds provide continued support for Nebraska's Nonpoint Source Management Program. The state's mission is to protect the quality of state water resources from nonpoint source pollution and improve waters that have been degraded by nonpoint source pollution. Project emphasizes watershed-based planning and implementation designed to integrate all available tools to restore and protect the human and ecological health of targeted watersheds.
$2,469,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00J83901Kootenai Tribe of IdahoINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Administer and maintain the Tribal Environmental Health Strategic Plan and the Tribal Environmental Handbook. Update the Tribes integrated solid waste management plan. Integrate Tribal environmental goals with other local governments. Continue to build capacity to work with governmental agencies on topics of environmental concerns
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T20901CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $501,807. The California State Water Resources Control Board is using the BEACH funds to implement and augment beach water quality monitoring and notification programs for coastal waters throughout the state.

See Terms and Conditions.
$501,80710/01/201409/30/2015
00E01360City of DuluthCITY OF DULUTH

This award provides funding to the City of Duluth, Minnesota to be used to conduct community-wide assessments at potential brownfields sites contaminated with hazardous substances and/or petroleum contamination. The grant recipient will conduct site prioritization, Phase I, Phase II assessments and possible Remedial Action/redeveloping Planning at selected/eligible sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation process.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01403Michigan Department of AgricultureSUPPLEMENT MICHIGAN'S TARGETED RESPONSE TO REPAIR WLEB HEALTH

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-76. Building upon the existing GLRI-funded Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP), Michigan Department of Agriculture will fund the continued employment (for 3 years) of four experienced agricultural technicians to address harmful algal blooms (HABs) that have been occurring in the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB). These technicians will provide technical assistance to farmers, increase the implementation of conservation practices, and reduce the amount of sediment and phosphorus entering tributaries in the Western Lake Erie Basin watershed.
$806,97010/01/201409/30/2017
00F86301United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in OkTRIBAL CLEAN AIR PROJECT

United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians will assess the air quality needs of the tribal community to determine their need to establish an air quality program by conducting an emissions inventory and obtaining an understanding of indoor air quality issues.
$65,88410/01/201409/30/2015
00F90801Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityBROWNFIELDS 128(A) STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality's response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$310,00010/01/201409/30/2018
95467914TN Dept of Environment and ConservationPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

This action approves an award in the amount of $40,000 to the State of Tennessee to provide on-site technical assistance, workshops, symposia and support to Tennessee facilities, government entities and non-profits to achieve measurable results in pollution prevention while also reducing costs. This will also recognize outstanding environmental leaders through the Tennessee Green Star Partnership program.
$40,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01324Board of Trustees University of IllinoisWASTE TO PROFIT E3 PROJECT

The Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC) in partnership with the Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center (ISTC) and local energy efficiency assistance programs will provide five pollution prevention, lean, and energy efficiency site assessments to facilities in Illinois.
$53,14710/01/201409/30/2015
99T20301City of VisaliaBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of Visalia to clean up the 522 Riverway East and West parcels brownfield sites, and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. The 522 Riverway Cleanup Project creates a trail corridor which links regional trail users to the City of Visalia's 80 acres Riverway Sports Park by extending the existing St. John's Riverway rail through the project site.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
51000114VA Dept of Environmental QualityTITLE VI WATER QUALITY ACT OF 1987-STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the State of Virginia's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive CWSRF program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$28,694,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00E01349Sheboygan CountyPETROLEUM & HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE ASSESSMENT

This project provides funding for the Sheboygan County to conduct community wide assessments at eligible brownfields sites potentially contaminated by hazardous substances. The County will conduct Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites, complete cleanup planning, as appropriate, as well as community involvement activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99939214HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $110,000 to support the Water Quality Planning and Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include amendments to water quality standards; monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, and data management. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96195201City of BridgeportBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the City of Bridgeport to cleanup a Brownfields site in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The recipient will conduct community involvement, cleanup planning, cleanup implementation and oversight, and reporting and documentation of the Brownfields cleanup at the Progressive Plating site in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 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
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01339Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-76. This award will allow the MPCA to (1) complete the final phase of sampling and data evaluation necessary to remove the Fish Tumors and Deformities Beneficial Use Impairment (BUI) and, (2) provide continued data maintenance and structural development of the St. Louis River Area of Concern (SLRAOC) data system.
$320,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96195801Capitol Region Council of GovernmentsCAPITOL REGION COUNCIL OF GOVT-METRO HARTFORD BROWNFIELDS

The project provides funding to the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the Capitol Region of Connecticut. Funding in the form of loans and subgrants will be targeted to redevelopment activities which support: 1) a strengthened economy and public health for the City of Hartford, which is the region�s central city and hub of our regional transit system; 2) Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) carried out in conjunction with the $1.53 billion bus rapid transit and commuter/high speed rail investment planned in the region in the next 10 years; and 3) our Sustainable Capitol Region agenda, including capitalizing on the preservation and reuse of existing infrastructure and community investments; protecting environmental quality, green spaces, natural resources and public health and safety; and increased coordination among and options for transportation, jobs and housing choices. 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.
$950,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96329401MD Dept of the EnvironmentWETLAND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

This grant will enable Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) to develop a Wetland Program Plan for Maryland. The focus will be on improving wetland restoraton through revised assessments with functional predictors. This will aid in achieving Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plans and the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plans for the Coastal Bays. Federal funds in the amount of $18,750 are contingent upon availability.
$18,75010/01/201409/30/2016
99T10701Table Mountain RancheriaCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $70,000 to Table Mountain Rancheria 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, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
98799104Iowa Department of Natural Resources2014 - 2016 IOWA LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PREVENTION PROGRAM

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources Underground Storage Tank Section, will develop/revise state authorities and regulations for the state underground storage tank program, perform underground storage tank inspections, make information about the regulated underground storage tanks available to the public, and maintain an ongoing tank notification program.
$321,72510/01/201409/30/2017
00D23614City of DunnBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Dunn to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
26000114Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMI CW 2014

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$60,287,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96193801Narragansett Indian TribeNARRAGANSETT INDIAN TRIBE'S 2014 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Narragansett Indian Tribe will develop, maintain and enhance the Tribe's environmental protection and management programs by implementing activities that are authorized and supported by the General Assistance Program (GAP) and Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 Water Pollution Control. The Tribe will conduct sampling, education, outreach and training to build environmental capacity by developing environmental programs and fostering next generation environmental guardianship among young tribal members. The Tribe will conduct monitoring, sampling and analysis of water quality data for water bodies on tribal lands.
$229,15010/01/201409/30/2015
83572301Research Foundation of SUNYRECOVERY OF AMMONIA FROM DAIRY MANURE

The goal of this research is to develop an innovative technology coupling vacuum distillation and acid absorption for sustainable recovery of ammonia from both anaerobically digested and undigested dairy manure.
$15,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T16201Round Valley Indian TribesNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The agreement will provide assistance to identify nonpoint source threats to surface water and the best management practices to remediate the threats; assess and select unused roads to abandon and fence entrances; educate the community; and, conduct environmental clean up days. These activities help to achieve the Tribe's goal to reduce water pollution from erosion and sedimentation on the reservation.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96282814Corporacion del Proyecto ENLACE del Caņo Martin PeņaBROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS ASSESSMENT GRANT FOR THE MARTIN PENA CHANNEL SPECIAL DISTRICT

Under this Cooperative Agreement, ENLACE will 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. The Community Wide hazardous Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. ENLACE will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with hazardous substances throughout the city. ENLACE will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01351City of RochelleCITY OF ROCHELLE

This award provides funding to the City of Rochelle, IL, to be used to conduct community-wide hazardous and petroleum assessments at eligible brownfield sites. The City 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00640215Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLDEQ FY15 LUST PREVENTION

This agreement provides assistance to the recipient to operate a state program to protect against leaks from underground storage tank systems. Activities inlude: EPAct-related release prevention activities such as secondary containment and operator training; supporting states with inspections (including training inspectors), enforcement, and compliance assurance activities related for federally-regulated UST systems; and database management activities related to release prevention.
$486,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00172816Vermont D.E.C.FY 2015 VERMONT SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VT DEC) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$130,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T21901Guidiville Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project for the Guidiville Rancheria is to develop and establish capacity building for environmental protection programs administered by EPA. Activities include increasing the tribal community's knowledge through networking with other environmental coordinators for information gathering and training; researching for other funding opportunities; and organizing community outreach and education to tribal members.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $92,000 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$92,00010/01/201409/30/2018
98853215Blackfeet Tribe The (Inc)PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) provides the Blackfeet Tribe, in one grant mechanism, with funds from several important environmental protection programs. The PPG is designed to provide greater flexibility to enable the Tribe to address high priorities in environmental protection, improve their performance in environmental protection, and achieve long and short term environmental results, realize administrative savings, and build partnerships with the Environmental Protection Agency.
$732,27010/01/201409/30/2015
00F93301Eastern Shawnee Tribe of OklahomaEASTERN SHAWNEE TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA PPG FY15

These funds will provide support to the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma to assist them in operating and implementing their General Assistance Program, Water Quality Management Planning, Pollution Prevention Programs, and Radon Program.
$382,86110/01/201409/30/2015
97548714Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$27,530,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00295510Saint Regis Mohawk TribeSAINT REGIS MOHAWK TRIBE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE RELATED TO THE GENERAL MOTORS SUPERFUND SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the General Motors Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the Revitalizing Auto Communities Environmental Response (RACER) Trust's* contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
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* The Trust was created as part of the General Motors bankruptcy proceedings.
$329,49210/01/201409/30/2016
00F91601Eight Northern Indian Pueblo CouncilUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This program supports tribal consortia members by providing inspections and other release prevention and compliance assurance activities for Federally-regulated underground storage tank systems, as well as for enforcement activities related to release prevention. The program also helps tribes develop the capacity to administer UST programs, such as providing funding to support training for Tribal staff and educating owners and operators in Indian Country about requirements. These activities are geared toward bringing all UST systems into compliance with release detection and release prevention requirements and minimizing future releases.
$150,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01370City of DetroitENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CITY OF DETROIT

This project provides funding for the City of Detroit to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Detroit in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The core training program includes coursework in 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, asbestos abatement, lead abatement and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The City of Detroit's target audience will include veterans, minorities, and individuals unemployed due to manufacturing plant closures.
$197,25010/01/201409/30/2017
47000114TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $20,368,000 to the State of Tennessee to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Tennessee to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$20,368,00010/01/201409/30/2019
83562701National Older Worker Career CenterSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with the Office of the Administrator, Washington, DC,
$226,39512/01/201411/30/2017
97896315North Dakota Department of HealthND DOH FY15 106

This project will allow the state to build capacity in its water monitoring program by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$160,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96815101Montana State UniversityMT STATE UNIVERSITY POLLUTION PREVENTION FY14

Montana State University will support a regional Pollution Prevention information centers serving EPA�s Region 8. The center will amplify dissemination of Pollution Prevention information via the national network, support technical assistance providers and end users with webinars, a regional listserv and collaborative projects. This center will coordinate and support the Tribal Pollution Prevention and energy efficiency.
$115,16910/01/201409/30/2015
00E01328Keweenaw Bay Indian CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) will provide funding to the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community in support of the environmental programs managed by the tribe. Programs in this PPG include the Clean Water Act Section 106, Brownfields Tribal Response, and the General Assistance Program. Activities include administration of environmental programs, establishing an effective waste management program, identifying/addressing contaminated properties, water quality protection, education/outreach, climate change planning, and establishing environmental code and legal capacity.
$492,25810/01/201409/30/2016
00J92501Native Village of EekINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community, improve capacity to administer EPA grants, participate in environmental training, do community outreach, continue recycling and waste minimization, conduct an assessment of disposal and shipment options for recycling and look for funding for collection and shipment of household hazardous wastes, and establish mechanisms to have a more sustainable solid waste managment program.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00905915San Diego County APCDFY15 - 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 all other program-related activities. This program will protect and improve the air quality in San Diego County and reduce the risks to human health and the environment. This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00J94001Washington Department of EcologyWDOE POLLUTION PREVENTION (P2) FY 2015 PROJECT

This project provides regional and national Pollution Prevention (P2) assistance, measurement tools, and information products for technical assistance service providers, businesses, and local governments. This funds request supports core P2 information network services, a climate change initiative, and efforts to expand the use of LEAN and environmental services to industry.
$125,15810/01/201409/30/2015
96332401MD Dept of the EnvironmentMOBILE SOURCES CONTROL

This assistance agreement will enable the Maryland Department of Environment to administer the Baltimore Port Clean Diesel Initiative which provides financial assistance for the replacement of pre-1997 drayage trucks operating at the Port of Baltimore with 2010 model year or newer trucks.
$88,94610/01/201409/30/2015
96191301CLF VenturesMARINE ENGINE REPOWER OF THE TUG BOAT NAVIGATOR

This project will improve air quality in the New England region by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. Funding from the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) is for CLF Ventures, Inc. which has partnered with Riverside Marine Construction Inc. The objective of this grant is to reduce diesel emissions through the replacement of two Tier 1 marine propulsion engines and two Tier 0 generator sets with engines meeting Tier 3 marine engine standards.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2016
00F82301Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of OklahomaSENECA-CAYUGA GAP FY15

This project is to build capacity of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe to develop and manage environmental programs to protect and improve the environment and public health of the tribe. Activities include provide and maintain an environmental presence for the Tribe; conduct solid waste planning and capacity building; provide training and education activities; and test drive Indoor Air Quality Monitoring.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96197601Woonasquatucket River Watershed CouncilGREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION TRAINING AND CERT PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 13, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is bringing awarded funding in the amount of $25,000 to support the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) will develop a Rhode Island Green Infrastructure installation training and certification program for urban entry level workers. This project will help address a variety of issues including, storm water pollution, flooding, and environmental justice in Rhode Island. The ultimate goal of the project is wide implementation of green infrastructure in urban neighborhoods. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$25,00011/01/201406/30/2016
99T12501Pala 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 assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $112,000, which includes $3,000 of EPA in-kind for the National Performance Audit Program.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96830801Cheyenne River Sioux TribeCRST AIR FY 15

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 revising quality assurance documents, monitoring air quality on the reservation, analyze air quality data, attending environmental related trainings and meetings, serve on local environmental committees and grant writing.
$44,37310/01/201409/30/2015
96196001North Star Center for Human Dev. Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL REMDIATION AND GREEN TECHNOLOGY JOB TRAINING PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the North Star Center for Human Development to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Hartford, Connecticut in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The North Star Center will train 75 students, graduate 68 and place 58 in environmental technology jobs through 3 cycles of training. Students will receive eight federally recognized environmental certifications. Job placement services will be provided by the North Star Center.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T13401Las Vegas Paiute 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, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.00.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D20014City of DurhamENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS



This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to the City of Durham to recruit, train, and place predominantly low-income and minority, unemployed and under-employed residents of Durham, North Carolina in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediate work at solid and hazardous waste contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00651117Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityADEQ FY2015 LUST/CORRECTIVE ACTION

Provide investigations, emergency responses, remediation, risk assessment, alternative water supplies and relocation of residents at sites where releases have occurred from underground storage tanks where the responsible party is unknown, or is unwilling, or unable to respond.
$592,00010/01/201409/30/2015
83566701New Hampshire D.E.S.NH-FY2014 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services proposes to publish continuous stream temperature data and groundwater level fluctuation data to be accessed through web applications that will allow stakeholders to examine the occurrences of drought, impacts of climate change and other environmental stressors throughout the State of New Hampshire.
$272,99710/01/201409/30/2017
99T18001Rincon Band of Luiseno IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Rincon Tribe's Environmental Program through the development of policies to manage the environmental program, developing procedures for the community to report environmental concerns, developing a process for the Tribe to work with regulated entities on the reservation, developing new outreach methods and attending training.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $79,900 for the period of 10/01/2014 - 09/30/2015.
$79,90010/01/201409/30/2018
97747001Mid America Regional CouncilMARC 2014 WETLANDS ASSESSMENT & CHARACTERIZATION

This project will promote public awareness about the value and importance of wetlands through coordinated education programs and information. It proposes to identify and characterize high quality wetlands to attain no net loss of wetlands, as well as, facilitate conserving and restoring of wetlands and riparian buffers through assessment, education, policy, and planning local implementation strategies.
$99,73710/01/201409/30/2016
00D24614City of GreenvilleBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Greenville, South Carolina which will enable them to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J94901Circle Native CommunityINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This proposal contains three objectives which lend themselves to specific, measurable work tasks. The first component will build administrative, grants management and program development capacity for staff and tribal council. The second component is to update and enhance a solid waste management plan to promote a healthy community. The third component is to build education and environmental outreach for the Tribal Council, IGAP Staff, and Community Members to improve communication.
$119,80210/01/201409/30/2015
98315715DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlDNREC- DNREC UIC FY 15

The Safe Drinking Water Act established the Underground Injection Control (UIC) program to ensure that waste water injected underground does not endanger existing and future underground sources of drinking water (USDW). The DE UIC program provides a mechanism for regulating activities which adversely impacts ground water quality and defines the limits of and risks to USDWs. Federal funds of $12,000 are contingent upon availability.
$34,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F80901Pueblo of SandiaPUEBLO OF SANDIA WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$73,12110/01/201409/30/2015
00F81101Pueblo of Santa AnaPUEBLO SANTA ANA WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$113,97610/01/201409/30/2016
00J86401Native Village of UngaINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

Build Tribal Administrative and Programmatic Capacity; Assess Air Pollution Sources and Concerns and Healthy Homes Assessment & Outreach
$101,00010/01/201409/30/2015
83567901Eastern Shawnee Tribe of OklahomaOKLAHOMA -FY2014 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

This project proposes to expand the capabilities of the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Exchange Network to include Solid Waste (Open dump data exchange), a geospatial data exchange for Emergency Response and Recovery, and additional capabilities and parameters to the geo enabled field data collection tool to better exchange and manage information amongst participating tribal partners.
$135,38210/01/201409/30/2017
00F88701Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY14 STATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) will use the FY2014 funds to retrofit additional school buses with add-on control technologies that reduce emissions of particulate matter. The project reflects ongoing efforts to improve air quality throughout the state.
$136,68810/01/201409/30/2015
00J91801Native Village of NanwalekINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will assist the Native Village of Nanwalek in building capacity and developing programs to protect the tribe's environment and health. Tasks include maintaining an environmental office for administrative and program management functions; researching environmental issues and resources; attending trainings; communicating internally and with other agencies; conducting community outreach; implementing solid waste management activities; building technical knowledge of air and water; and developing a spill response plan and an environmental plan.
$250,00010/01/201409/30/2016
97746101North Central MO Regional Water CommissionBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

This project provides funding to North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission to cleanup brownfields properties and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. Cleanup will consist of asbestos-containing materials abatement, household hazardous waste removal, and proper disposal.
$98,30010/01/201409/30/2015
00F80701Pueblo of NambePUEBLO OF NAMBE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The Water Pollution Control Program provides continuing support for the prevention and abatement of surface and ground water pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The tribe will continue a sampling regime to assess surface water quality on tribal lands. The data obtained will 1) determine whether the needs regarding the quality of the water are being met; 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water; and 3) help understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$65,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00E01355Jefferson CountyJEFFERSON COUNTY

This project provides funding for Jefferson County, Wisconsin to inventory, characterize, assess, conduct cleanup planning, and community involvement related activities for brownfields sites in Jefferson County, Wisconsin area. This agreement is a community-wide Brownfields Assessment Cooperative Agreement (CA) for hazardous substances sites.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96814901Yankton Sioux TribeYANKTON SIOUX TRIBE PPG FY15

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.Brownfields Tribal Grants to clean-up and revitalize lands; and
4. General Asisstance Program Grant to Coordinate Regional Operations Committee meetings.
$313,77810/01/201409/30/2015
99T22101Navajo NationTRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - LUST PREVENTION

This agreement provides assistance to the recipient to operate a tribal program to prevent against leaks from underground storage tank systems. Activities include: EPAct-related release prevention activities such as secondary containment and operator training; supporting tribes with inspections (including training inspectors), enforcement, and compliance assurance activities related to Federally-regulated UST systems; and database management activities related to release prevention.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount $320,000.
$320,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00J88601Native Village of ShaktoolikINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This proposal contains three primary objectives that are identified as program components: 1) Building a self-sustaining Tribal Solid Waste Management Program by researching and receiving training on management practices and assisting the Tribe with operation and administration of the Trash Collection Program; 2) Research information and find ways to decrease the amount of air pollution in the community; 3) Increase administrative capacity to further develop and better manage Shaktoolik�s environmental program by establishing the appropriate administrative and legal infrastructure.
$111,63810/01/201409/30/2015
00D25614City of MobileBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This award provides funding in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Mobile, Alabama to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96197401Rhode Island D.E.M.R.I. DEM BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 24, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $200,000 to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Rhode Island. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) will utilize this grant funding in continued support of its established Brownfields assessment program, concentrating efforts in the states four KeepSpace Communities of Knightsville/Arlington(Cranston), Olneyville (Providence), Barton and Broad Streets (Pawtucket and Central Falls), and Downtown “Main Street” (Westerly). Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00D24714Campbell CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $400,000 to Campbell County, Tennessee to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
98392505VA Dept of Environmental QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This agreement provides funding for the operation of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's (VADEQ) continuing environmental programs while giving it greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between VADEQ and EPA. This action provides incremental funding in the amount of $150,000 for the 105 program, $130,000 for the 106 Base program, $188,790 for the 106 Monitoring program, and $568,204 for the Brownfields program. This action provides a total amount of incremental funding of $1,036,994 which includes no EPA in-kind assistance. Federal Funds in the amount of $33,875,281 are contingent upon availability.
$1,036,99410/01/201409/30/2018
00J92401Curyung Tribal CouncilINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RTOC

GAP Work Plan includes 2 Components that support FY15 Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) activities. Component 1 increases RTOC's outreach and technical capacity. Component 2 supports the administrative functions of the RTOC.
$250,60710/01/201409/30/2015
19000114Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFFY 2014 IOWA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Iowa under Title Vi of the Clean Water Act.
$18,976,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96287714Rutgers UniversityGEOGRAPHIC TOOLS FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION

Rutgers University will develop online geospatial mapping tools to identify industrial facilities in New Jersey. These geospatial tools will allow government agencies and local communities to identify industrial facilities that are vulnerable to hazardous material releases during climate change-related storm surges. Rutgers will work with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Rutgers Small Business Development Center to apply these geospatial tools to implement technical assistance at vulnerable industrial facilities.
$41,64110/01/201409/30/2015
00F90901City of AustinCITY OF AUSTIN BROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS ASSESSMENT GRANT

This is a Brownfields Assessment Cooperative Assistance Agreement because it will assist the City of Austin, a municipality, to develop and establish a local Brownfields Program that is in accordance with the 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 City of Austin in identifying/inventorying brownfields properties; to conduct environmental site assessments on brownfields properties; and to conduct outreach activities to inform citizens and communities about its Area Wide Brownfields Program. This cooperative agreement will also assist the City of Austin in obtaining information and tools the City of Austin needs to carry out their responsibilities in connection with assessment and cleanup of brownfileds properties to move properties towards reuse/redevelopment. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved with the cooperative agreement recipient in making site eligibility determinations based on ownership and environmental contamination constituents-limited to the definition under Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 - before expending cooperative grant funds on environmental site assessments.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J93201City of SherwoodCITY OF SHERWOOD

This project provides funding for the City of Sherwood to characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for the former Frontier Leather property Brownfields sites in the downtown area. The City will participate in the Oregon Voluntary Cleanup Program for state oversight and approval of environmental work.
$200,00010/31/201410/31/2017
97747901Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentFISCAL YEAR 2014 POLLUTION PREVENTION

This project provides direct technical pollution prevention assistance to businesses; works with the healthcare sector to implement an environmentally preferable purchasing program; and educates the public on pollution prevention by including a pollution prevention track at the environmental conference, offering pollution prevention awards, and publishing a newsletter.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96292814Rochester Institute of TechnologyTOXICS REDUCTION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE SOUTHERN TIER

The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), in partnership with the Alliance for Manufacturing and Technology, will implement green engineering solutions in manufacturing companies in the Southern Tier region of New York State. NYSP2I will focus its technical outreach on companies with high toxics use in the metal products sectors. NYSP2I will train three companies to reduce or eliminate their use of solvents and acids, as well as conserve energy and water. NYSP2I will use these companies as case studies to provide technology transfer workshops to the overall sector.
$84,14710/01/201409/30/2016
96330801The Pennsylvania State UniversityPSU; PENN TAP; P2; SOLVENT RE-USE

This grant will fund the Pennsylvania State University, which will partner with PennTap to provide on-site technical assistance and training to Pennsylvania manufacturers to identify opportunities to reuse certain hazardous secondary materials as a source-reduction method. This effort will assist manufacturers in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and reduce hazardous waste material and water use while conserving natural resources.
$180,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T14901Fort Independence ReservationCAA 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, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $92,000.
$92,00010/01/201409/30/2015
97854015Oglala Sioux Tribal CouncilOST PPG FY15

Performance Partnership Program - This award provides funding for:
1. General Assistance to implement environmental programs;
2. Water Pollution Control to control surface water and groundwater 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.
4. CERCLA Section 128(a) State and Tribal Response Program.
$633,78010/01/201409/30/2015
00351821DE Dept. of Health & Social ServicesDELAWARE DEPT OF HEALTH & SOC SVS 2015

The goal of this program is to provide radon risk reduction through activities that will result in increased radon testing, mitigation and radon resistant new construction. The recipient will implement a state program of radon related projects in homes, schools, or other buildings, including 1) Public Information, outreach, educations; 2) Programs to control radon in existing and new structures, 3) Demonstration of radon mitigation methods and technologies, and 4) Other technical, information, and administrative activities.

Federal funds of $200,000 are contingent upon availability.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01342City of JanesvilleCITY OF JANESVILLE

This award provides funding to the City of Janesville, Wisconsin to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund from which to make loans and/or subgrants to carry out clean up activities at brownfields sites contaminated with petroleum and/or hazardous substances. The purpose of these activities is to promote redevelopment and future reuse of the funded properties so they do not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$700,00010/01/201409/30/2019
04E00874Menominee Indian Tribe Of WisconsinMENOMINEE INDIAN TRIBE

This project is for the continued development of the Tribe'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.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D21415KY Energy and Environment CabinetPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT EVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $813,272 in federal funds to the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet in support of their Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to address the State's efforts to reduce air and water pollution, improve air, surface, and ground water quality, ensure safe public drinking water supplies and underground sources, reduce waste and improve waste management, provide information to public and Environmental Protection Agency on the environment in the State
$813,27210/01/201409/30/2019
96192901Northeast Recycling Council Inc2014 HEALTHY COMMUNITIES PROGRAM

The Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) and project partners will work with the hospitality industry in Vermont to implement food reduction, recovery and composting programs. The goal of the project is to decrease food waste and disposal in Vermont communities, thereby avoiding harmful greenhouse emissions that promote climate change.
$25,00010/01/201409/30/2016
96483215Seminole Tribe of FloridaPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $507,919 to the Seminole Tribe of Florida to support Tribal efforts to establish an environmental presence and build capacity through staff training, ordinance/permitting development, compliance assistance, education, non-point source restoration and prevention, wetlands enhancement and restoration, outreach to manage environmental programs including water quality monitoring, assessment, and standards development.
$507,91910/01/201409/30/2015
96187901Connecticut DEEPFY 14 LONG ISLAND SOUND IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

As directed by Sections 119(d) and 320 of the Clean Water Act, this project implements recommendations of the Long Island Sound Study (LISS) Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). The grant supports activities to: 1) serve as the state coordinator to ensure full participation by Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) on numerous LISS work groups (Habitat, Stewardship, Nonpoint, Total Maximum Daily Loads T(MDL), etc.), allow for effective technical integration and resource coordination including tracking and reporting, and provide technical support for Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) revision and implementation; 2) oversee and conduct Long Island Sound (LIS) water quality monitoring activities, including monthly nutrient and hypoxia surveys, and conduct plankton community sampling and analyses; 3) support a state coordinator for a Habitat Restoration Initiative to promote stewardship, restoration and support sentinel site network; 4) Conduct water quality monitoring enhancements to support the hypoxia management in Long Island Sound; and 5) Support the Sentinel Monitoring Workgroup through the enhancement of the Sentinel Monitoring Data Citation Clearinghouse.
$1,536,12010/01/201409/30/2016
00D20214Memphis Bioworks FoundationENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING COOPERATIVE

This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to the Memphis Bioworks Foundation in Tennessee to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents in the Memphis, Tennessee metropolitan area in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The Memphis Clean and Green Job Training Program will provide training in both environmental remediation and energy efficiency.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J88201Native Village of AmblerINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

The Native Village of Ambler will build capacity in the community on the impacts the environment has on public health. Staff willl be hired qualified to assist in updating tribal policies and the requirements for successful environmental program building in move forward in communication with neighboring tribes. The tribe will educate members on establishing and maintaining solid environmental practices for a healthy community by drafting policy, hosting training at the school, and begin developing a process for the research and collection of historical environmental data as well as tribal ecological knowledge.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
33000114New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2014 NEW HAMPSHIRE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2014 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and eligible nonpoint source and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$14,011,00010/01/201409/30/2021
00J84001Maniilaq Association Inc.INDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

The Maniilaq Association will provide specific grants expertise to the 11 villages the Association serves. The Environmental Manager will contact each IGAP staff a minimum of twice per month, and assist staff with required reporting and other EPA requirements. Capacity of the staff and board members will continue building within Maniilaq Service Area by staff providing updated regional, statewide and national environmental information as it relates to the projects in the villages they serve.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00T99715Navajo NationPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency (NNEPA) in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). The NNEPA will protect humans and the environment from harmful pesticide exposure by providing information about the appropriate use of pesticides; conducting inspections, and taking appropriate enforcement action when violations are found, coordinate with Natural Heritage Program to mitigate any harm to threatened and endangered species or their habitat; implementing the federal Worker Protection Standard regulation that requires pesticide training, hazard information and personal protective equipment be provided to agricultural workers; and inform pesticide applicators about the process of obtaining EPA Certification for the application of Restricted Use Pesticides in Navajo Indian Country.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $212,000.
$212,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96183101Connecticut DEEPCT-DEEP 2014-2015 POLLUTION PREVENTION GRANT

Projects under CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's (DEEP) proposal include reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from healthcare facilities, reducing toxics in cleaning products at schools; publishing Polution Prevention (P2) View and Your Environmental Connection quarterly newsletters, promoting Green Lodging, and developing case studies on water conservation at businesses.
$77,20810/01/201409/30/2015
40000052Office of the Secretary of Energy & EnvironmentOKLAHOMA FY14 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement supports the State of Oklahoma with water quality management planning activities. The funding will assist the state with planning outreach and education on Low Impact Development to local government audiences, conducting groundwater modeling and updating Oklahoma's aquatic life criteria.
$114,00010/01/201412/31/2016
96328501DC Department of the EnvironmentSTATE GRANT MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OVERSIGHT.

To provide the District of Columbia with on-site construction management and oversight services to fully support the District's endeavor to accomplish construction and/or improvement of drinking water facilities as authorized under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$1,914,71010/01/201409/30/2017
00E01346City of NorwoodCITY OF NORWOOD COMMUNITY-WIDE BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the City of Norwood to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. Specifically, Norwood intends to use EPA grant funding to (1) complete Phase 1 and 2 assessments, remedial plans, associated planning and public outreach and (2) further the work started with prior state and federal funding at eligible properties within the City, and (3) complete and area-wide inventory of brownfields properties.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
00J94501Village of VenetieINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

This proposal contains three components: 1) strengthening technical and administrative capacities of the IGAP program, 2) conducting ongoing solid waste management and pollution prevention: maintenance and implementation, 3) conducting research, planning, and community environmental education and outreach including solid/hazardous waste management planning and awareness of pollution prevention issues in the village and at remote tribal sites.
$125,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00D24014City of SanfordBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to the City of Sanford to conduct community-wide assessments at Brownfields sites potentially contaminated with hazardous substances. The recipient may also develop a site inventory, prioritize sites and conduct Phase I and/or Phase II assessments. Funds may also be used for public outreach, community involvement, and cleanup/reuse planning activities.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96188001City of ProvidenceCITY OF PROVIDENCE BROWNFIELD CLEANUP PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 16, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Providence to cleanup a Brownfields site in Providence, Rhode Island. The American Tourister site has seen over 140 years of manufacturing and industrial use. Cleanup of the site will allow the city build a modern industrial complex and develop open space around Whipple Pond, providing both jobs and greenspace for the community. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
98709712Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Public Health DepartmentNEBRASKA 2015 LEAD CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION & ENFORCEMENT

This program is to assist the State of Nebraska implement a comprehensive lead-based paint program to reduce the risk of childhood lead poisoning. The program includes, training and certifying lead-based paint professionals, outreach to the public, and monitoring and enforcement to identify, correct and deter non-compliance with lead-based paint abatement requirements.
$203,77310/01/201409/30/2015
00901315Air Resources BoardFY15 - AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to provide continuing support for strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing state implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rule making, operating permits and all other program related activities. This award includes funding for approved Mexican Border activities. In addition, funding for a conservation tillage project which promotes methods to reduce particulate matter emissions is included. This award will also fund the purchase of National Air Toxics Trends Monitoring Network (NATTS) performance samples. This program will protect and improve the air quality in the state of California and reduce the risks to human health and the environment. This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $1,483,187; $3,000 of this amount is for an EPA In-Kind contract for the purchase of quality assurance audit kits.
$1,483,18710/01/201409/30/2015
99T12201Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno IndiansNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation. Major activities include restoration of San Ysidro Creek, removing invasive plant species and revegetating with native species, and community outreach and education to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00T07001Timbisha Shoshone TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $30,000 to Timbisha Shoshone Tribe Homelands is to stabilize and restore the streambank which will reduce water pollution from sedimentation on the reservation. In addition, activities include updating the nonpoint source assessment report and management plan and conducting outreach and education activities to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
00F93501Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLDEQ CWA SPECIAL PROJECT-INDIAN BAYOU

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDEQ will support NPS staff to conduct an education and outreach campaign, watershed assessment, monitoring and individual home sewage inspection and agricultural BMPs (as needed to restore the Indian Bayou.
$262,63210/01/201409/30/2018
96188501Hancock County Planning CommissionHANCOCK COUNTY PC BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement will provide funding to the Hancock County Planning Commission to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Hancock County, Maine. This project will build on previous brownfields activities the Planning Commission has performed, and will focus in on a few of the 37 towns in their jurisdiction. 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.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
96281515County of UnionCOMMUNITY WIDE HAZARDOUS BF ASSESSMENT COALITION

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the County of Union, NJ will 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. The Community Wide Hazardous Substances Assessment Program will target vacant, abandoned and underutilized commercial and industrial sites to encourage redevelopment. The County of Union, NJ will select and assess sites believed to be contaminated specifically with hazardous substances throughout the county. The County of Union, NJ will involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing information.
$300,00010/01/201409/30/2017
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