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96965201 AZWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - POTABLE WATER WELL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

This assistance agreement provide full EPA funding in the amount of $481,100 for your FY-05 Congressional Appropriation. The objective of this project is to provide increased water quantity and volume to the potable water treatment plant through installation of a new groundwater well. The city currently operates two other ground water wells. The original appropriation language provided for new water transmission pipeline construction; this was later technically corrected to provide for the development of a water well to supplement the existing system.
$481,10007/15/200612/31/2011
97972001 Division of the State ArchitectSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE

This award provides full funding in the amount of $30,000 to support the development of state carpet specifications with strict environmental and performance standards.
$30,00010/01/200312/31/2006
00E04801 MilwaukeeBROWNFIELD CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) is a Brownfield Cleanup Cooperative Agreement (CA). The funds will be used for environmental cleanup activities at the 4th and Wisconsin site. The cleanup plan for the site includes removing a large area of trichloroethene and tetrachloroethene impacted soil from the site.
$200,00010/01/200609/30/2012
00E96501 MilwaukeeSTIMULUS BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement with the City of Milwaukee is an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The ARRA funds will be used to provide qualified applicants the necessary capitals to conduct cleanups of properties and establish a revolving loan fund that is self sustaining. The tasks include: Community Involvement, Funding/Managing Loans & Subgrants, Cleanup Planning, Site Cleanup, Cleanup Oversight, and Grant Reporting.
$450,00010/01/200909/30/2012
00E90401 MilwaukeeBROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will use $600,000 for the Cleanup of hazardous substances at following sites: $200,000 at 2055-63 North 30th Street, $200,000 at 31st & Galena, $200,000 at 104 East Nash Street. Project tasks include community involvement, cleanup planning, site cleanup, site oversight, and grant reporting.
$600,00010/01/200909/30/2015
00E90601 MilwaukeeREDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE 2

This agreement with the City of Milwaukee is a Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The funds will be used to provide qualified applicants the necessary capitals to conduct cleanups of properties and establish a revolving loan fund that is self sustaining. The tasks include: Community Involvement, Funding/Managing Loans & Subgrants, Cleanup Planning, Site Cleanup, Cleanup Oversight, and Grant Reporting.
$2,250,00010/01/200909/30/2017
00E04901 MilwaukeeBL - BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This cooperative agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) is a Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The funds will be used for sites located throughout the City of Milwaukee in order to respond to opportunities to meet the RACM's brownfield redevelopment goals.
$1,000,00010/01/200609/30/2011
00E89801 MilwaukeeSTIMULUS BROWNFIELDS PETROLEUM SUBSTANCE ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides stimulus funding to the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee to be used to conduct community-wide assessments at brownfield sites potentially contaminated with petroleum substances. The grant recipient will conduct site prioritization, then Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation processes.
$200,00008/01/200907/31/2012
00E43001 Milwaukee2008 RLF CITY OF MILWAUKEE

This agreement with the City of Milwaukee is a Brownfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The funds will be used to provide qualified applicants the necessary capitals to conduct cleanups of properties and establish a revolving loan fund that is self sustaining.
$1,500,00010/01/200803/30/2014
96582901 MilwaukeeBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will conduct cleanup activities for four brownfield sites under this cooperative agreement in order to allow for future redevelopment. Activities include community involvement, cleanup planning, site cleanup, and oversight.
$800,00009/30/200509/30/2009
00E00387 MilwaukeeREDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will use $600,000 for the hazardous cleanup at the following sites: 1027 Norh Edison Street, 21st & Garfield, and 30th & North properties. The tasks include: community involvement, cleanup planning, site cleanup, site oversight, and grant reporting.
$600,00008/01/201007/31/2013
98505010 MilwaukeeBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR HAZARDOUS & PETROLEUM SUBSTANCES

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will provide assessment activities for Hazardous substances and Petroleum under this Cooperative Agreement. The funds will be used to conduct Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments, remedial planning and design, and perform community outreach at brownfield properties that are currently underutilized and abandoned.
$400,00009/30/200509/30/2008
00E01065 MilwaukeeMILWAUKEE BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

This cooperative agreement will enable the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) to continue its ongoing efforts to redevelop key brownfields properties. Specially, the City of Milwaukee will start the environmental remediation for the following properties: Esser Paint, Century City-Area B, and Century City-Area C properties.
$600,00010/01/201209/30/2015
00E89701 MilwaukeeSTIMULUS BROWNFIELDS HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides stimulus funding to the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee to be used to conduct community-wide assessments at potential brownfield sites contaminated with hazardous substances. The grant recipient will conduct site prioritization, then Phase I and Phase II assessments at selected sites. Funds will also be used for public outreach and community involvement/public participation processes.
$200,00008/01/200907/31/2012
00E00910 MilwaukeeREDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE

This cooperative agreement will enable the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) to continue its ongoing efforts to redevelop key brownfields properties. Specially, the City of Milwaukee will start the environmental remediation for the following properties: 143 E. Lincoln Ave., Century City-Area D, and Century City-Area F properties.
$600,00010/01/201109/30/2015
00E61701 MilwaukeeHAZARDOUS AND PETROLEUM SUBSTANCES ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will use $200,000 for the assessment of sites with petroleum substances and $200,000 for the assessment of sites with hazardous substances under this agreement. The tasks involved include prioritizing sites, screening sites, conducting phase I investigation, obtaining access agreements, conducting phase II site assessment, and providing assessment oversight along with grant reporting.
$400,00009/01/200809/30/2013
00E04701 MilwaukeeBROWNFIELDS PETROLEUM/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) is a Brownfield Petroleum Assessment and Hazardous Assessment of Milwaukee Brownfields. The funds will be used for sites located throughout the City of Milwaukee to investigate Brownfields and Petroleum contaminated properties. Milwaukee will also work to achieve property control, cleanup, and redevelopment on sites where EPA assessment funds are utilized.
$400,00010/01/200609/30/2013
99500401 MilwaukeeFY 2006 - REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE - REVOLVING LOAN FUND (RLF)

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (RACM) will capitalize a revolving loan to help the brownfield response and reuse within the City. CERCLA Authority 104(k)(2) & (3) authorizes the recipient to carry out clean-up activities and encourage revitalization and reuse of brownfield sites.
$1,000,00010/01/200509/01/2010
961972011-195 Redevelopment DistrictI-95 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 23, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $200,000 to the I-195 Redevelopment District. These funds will inventory, characterize, and assess brownfields sites in Providence, Rhode Island. With the taking down of the I-195 highway in Providence, a special commission was formed through state legislature to oversee assessment and redevelopment of the reclaimed land. 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
987728011000 Friends of IowaSMART GROWTH FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESULTS

Will study and analyze zoning codes and subdivision ordinances from 15 communities within the Des Moines metropolitan area to assess whether existing regulations incorporate smart growth principles; and train local officials, staff, developers and consultants so they become familiar with the principles of smart growth, how well their zoning codes and subdivision ordinances conform, and policy tools. Goals include promoting higher density development which reduces impermiable surfaces and controls stormwater runoff which prevents water pollution and reduces vehicle miles traveled which decreases air emissions.
$30,00002/10/200608/30/2007
8291420110000 Friends of Pennsylvania Inc.SMART GROWTH POLICY FOR SEWER AND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE

This project will support a comprehensive effort to analyze the environmental and development impacts of fragmented authority, investment, and decision-making for planning, building, and maintaining water and sewer infrastructure systems.
$85,00008/12/200112/31/2006
00E004251854 AuthorityTRIBAL CAPACITY - 1854 TREATY AUTHORITY (GRAND PORTAGE AND BOIS FORTE BANDS OF CHIPPEWA)

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 111-88. Specifically, this project will assist the 1854 Treaty Authority in building capacity to contribute to activities that support the Lake Superior Lakewide Management Plan; to develop and maintain an active role in activities of the Lake Superior Binational Program; and to fulfill their responsibility as co-managers in continuing to address issues within the Lake Superior watershed and 1854 Ceded Territory. This project also includes activities that will address aquatic invasive species and climate change.
$426,87509/01/201005/31/2015
983484013 Rivers Wet Weather Inc.3 RIVERS WET WEATHER DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM

This award provides funding to the 3 Rivers Wet Weather Demonstration Program for evaluation of technologies and development of strategies to resolve the region's wet weather sewage overflow problems in Southwestern Pennsylvania in order to improve water quality.
$4,845,00008/01/200109/30/2009
983800013 Rivers Wet Weather Inc.3 RIVERS WET WEATHER DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM

This grant is for the 3 Rivers Wet Weather Demonstration Program for evaluating technologies and developing strategies to resolve the region's wet weather sewage overflow problems in the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority service area in Pennsylvania.
$4,981,30005/30/200312/31/2013
973258013 Rivers Wet Weather Inc.3 RIVERS WET WEATHER INC. 04 & 05

This amendment increases the grant by $144,700 and updates grant conditions. The project description is unchanged by this amendment. The project will fund the continuing efforts of Three Rivers Wet Weather, Incorporated to control combined sewer overflows using a variety of methods and strategies in order to assist municipalities with these problems in the Pittsburgh area.
$5,636,00004/01/200602/15/2015
973741013 Rivers Wet Weather Inc.THREE RIVERS WET WEATHER INC. PA

The project will fund the continuing efforts of 3Rivers Wet Weather, Inc. to control combined sewer overflows using a variety of methods and strategies in order to assist municipalities in Allegheny County, PA.
$2,492,00006/01/200906/30/2015
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
96984801A B Won Pat Internat'l Airport Authority GuamBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $600,000. The cooperative agreement will be used to cleanup hazardous substances at three sites within Guam International Airport. During the life of the project the Airport Authority will also involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information. Preaward costs have been approved back to June 10, 2006.
$600,00006/10/200611/30/2010
97820601a Colorado Municipal CorporationTOWN OF RICO

For the Upper East Fork of the Dolores River Basin, the Town of Rico will lead establishment of a Watershed Stakeholders Group; preparation of a Watershed Plan; and adoption and integration of that plan.
$30,00008/24/200412/31/2006
83267801A Nurtured World IncorporatedTEACHER TRAINING USING THE ENVIRONMENT

SMALL GRANT: This project will support the development of a consumer environmental education curriculum to help middle and high school teachers educate students about personal behavior that affects the environment. This project will also serve to raise the educational standards in Texas and support the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Standard.
$69,86009/01/200502/28/2008
97681701A Nurtured World IncorporatedCONSUMER AND ORGANIZATIONAL POLLUTION PREVENTION-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

This proposal includes two major activities: classroom training in pollution prevention-base Environmental Management Systems development; and hands-on coaching in performance-based Environmental Management Systems auditing. The primary audience for the training and audits will be regulated entities in areas with high-Toxic Release Inventory releases and/or located in Environmental Justice areas of Texas and Louisiana. This proposal is currently written to conduct two classroom training events and two hands-on audits. It could be expanded on request by EPA to include additional states or sessions in Region 6 if funding is available.
$38,32309/13/200408/31/2007
00F08201A Nurtured World IncorporatedFY09 SOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM

A Nurtured World will provide pollution prevention capacity building for two under-served communities ( New Orleans, LA, and Pasadena, TX) utilizing (1) Home Efficiency Programs for low income homes, (2) Pollution Prevention technical assessments for industrial facilities, (3) Consumer and organization pollution prevention workshops addressing consumer and industrial impacts and develop Pollution Prevention capacity and (4) Development of a Community P2 Plan.
$64,50012/15/200906/16/2012
96685601A Nurtured World IncorporatedCAUSING CONSUMER BEHAVIOR CHANGE IN SUPPORT OF STATE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

This project will assist in providing education for consumers and leadership groups to reduce consumer environmental impacts � particularly air quality impacts. New methods will be developed and demonstrated to measure the effects of consumer-focused programs in ways that would be acceptable for use in a State Implementation Plan (SIP) or similar agreement.
$45,00001/31/200909/30/2010
96656601A Nurtured World IncorporatedCITY-WIDE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Project will target significant aspects of the City of Dallas including air pollution, water supply and water quality. Nurtured World will work with citizens, businesses and organizations to learn about their environmental impacts and identify ways to address them. Nurtured World will conduct site visit training for Region 6 Pollution prevention providers.
$53,30001/10/200806/30/2010
98682601A Nurtured World IncorporatedPOLLUTION PREVENTION WORKSHOPS FOR COMSUMERS

To deliver 3 workshops with the objective to teach and motivate individuals to make sustained changes in their personal lives that result in measurable reductions in pollution.
$32,42309/01/200107/31/2005
96607201A Nurtured World IncorporatedPOLLUTION PREVENTION IN GOVERNMENT & R6 ROUNDTABLE TRAINING AND COORDINATION

This effort is two separate projects. Project A: Coordination of Region 6 Roundtable and Cross-training. Project B: Organizational and Personal Pollution Prevention in Government. Project A. Cross-training and capacity building for the Region 6 Pollution Prevention Roundtable. Four hands-on training sessions at regional roundtables, existing conferences or events. Focus on building program capacity and technology transfer, improving measurement effectiveness for member organizations, and identify opportunities for leveraging. Direct participation and coordination with the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable, including ‘scale-up� to the national level of a regional success. Project B. 1. U.S. Army ‘Consumer Conservation� education and Measurement. Conduct two ‘Consumer Conservation� training sessions for residents of Fort Hood Family Housing. Measure the environmental and financial benefits and project benefits if applied post-wide. 2. P2 Education and curricula development for secondary school district administrators, employees and teachers. Working with the Little Rock and North Little Rock, Arkansas ISDs, goal is to reduce environmental impact of students and school systems by influencing the behavior of future consumers. 3. Train-the-trainer for the University of Texas (UT) at Austin Student Environmental Center. Provide support and tools to the UT Environmental Center to conduct a year-long sustainability education program for students, including education for personal behavior change.
$71,88909/26/200508/31/2007
96643401A Nurtured World IncorporatedENHANCING POLLUTION PREVENTION OUTCOMES IN REGION 6

Nurtured World project is to provide hands-on Pollution Prevention training to enhance the outcomes (measurable results) from Pollution Prevention workshops, site visits, and leadership programs in New Mexico and Arkansas.
$30,15011/08/200608/31/2008
83408501A Nurtured World IncorporatedCONSUMER ENVRNMNTL ED-A NURTURED WORLD INC

Middle school teachers are trained in using an innovative inquiry-based curriculum that helps individuals understand and make informed decisions about their personal environmental impacts and links environmental impacts to issues important to the individual. Up to 300 teachers are recruited and trained through workshops, teacher guides, and additional resources. In turn, public school students learn what they can do to reduce pollution by participating in classroom and field activities that bring them into contact with their local environment.
$90,93507/01/200812/31/2010
95416309A Place for HopeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY RESEARCH

This action approves an award in the amount $20,000 for A Place for Hope, Inc. A Place for Hope, Inc. will use the funds to create an active, functioning resident Healthy Community Action Plan Committee and Action Plan through a series of 12 committee meetings and two environmental training sessions. Through their efforts they intend to empower, educate, and train community residents and to take a more active role in addressing clean water and sanitary sewage disposal issues.
$20,00002/01/200907/31/2010
98776001Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen's Health BoardNORTHERN PLAINS SMOKE-FREE HOMES CAMPAIGN

To reduce the impact of tobacco and tobacco smoke on Indian children and pregnant women exposed to environmental tobacco smoke. Through education and utilization of the Smoke Free Home Pledge Program, tribal based partners will recruit over 500 people to participate in the program.
$20,00010/01/200609/30/2007
97836601Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen's Health BoardINDOOR AIR QUALITY ALLOCATION

Aberdeen Area Tribal charimen's Health Board will collaborate with Native American community partners to promote healthier indoor air for American Indian families through reductions in exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke. EPA's Smoke Free Homes Campaign will serve as the means to provide education and outreach to Native Americans throughout the Northern Plains, to encourage reduction of children exposed to Environmental Tobacco Smoke.
$70,00010/01/200509/30/2007
97869201Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen's Health BoardINDOOR AIR QUALITY

This award provides funds to the recipient to improve the indoor air quality of the homes of Native Americans in several Tribal communities through the implementation of a second hand smoke awareness campaign. The recipient will use training and education materials previously developed that have been adapted to the Native American culture. The recipient will work with partners such as the Indian Health Service and individual Tribal health offices in a media/outreach campaign that will cause adults to be aware of how second hand smoke affects the indoor air environment of their homes, and how it affects the children that are exposed to the second hand smoke. Health based outcomes include reduced lung cancer risk and reduced incidence of asthma and other respiratory ailments. This is a grant because the activities will not require substantial federal involvement.
$35,00010/01/200709/30/2008
97847701Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen's Health BoardTRIBAL GREEN AND HEALTHY SCHOOLS INITIATIVE WORKSHOP

An assistance agreement to increase the ability of health, environmental and education professionals to identify, prevent, and reduce environmental health threats to children at tribal schools through the Tribal Green and Healthy Schools Initiative Workshop to be held Summer 2010 in Rapid City, South Dakota.
$15,00004/21/201009/30/2010
97872001Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen's Health BoardCLEAN AIR ACT

This award provides funds for the recipient to improve indoor air quality by training school nurses, health care providers and parents of asthmatic children on asthma prevention and identification of asthma triggers in homes and schools. The recipient will work directly with 300 school nurses, coaches and other school staff on asthma prevention techniques, particularly the identification and removal of asthma triggers in the indoor environments of students. The recipient will also work with various parent associations, providing similar information on asthma triggers and asthma prevention. Also, the recipient will provide training on maintaining healthy school environments to school and tribal officials. Instruction and training on identification and removal of asthma triggers in homes and schools will result in healthier indoor air for the students who will ultimately benefit from the activity. By working directly with health care givers and with larger groups of parents, the recipient plans to reach a much larger population of asthmatic children than would otherwise beneit if the activity was designed to directly work with individual students.
$70,00012/22/200812/31/2010
98177601Aberjona Study Coalition Inc.TAG AT INDUSTRIPLEX SUPERFUND SITE & WELLS G & H SUPERFUND SITE

Aberjona Study Coalition Inc. (ASC) will use funds to help the community affected by the Industriplex and Wells G&H Superfund Sites (Woburn, MA) to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to hazardous waste site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by ASC to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor's information will be shared with the rest of the community and will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$150,00004/18/200305/31/2017
83604601Abrelp Associacao Brasileira De Empres De Limp PubMETHANE ATLAS ENERGY GEN. IN BRAZILIAN LANDFILLS

To develop a publication, the “Atlas of GHG Emission and Energy Potential by Waste Destination in Brazil.” This will provide up-to-date information on waste management in the country, the types of final waste disposal in each geographic area broken down by state, waste management as a renewable energy resource for Brazil, the potential for GHG emissions reductions, and finally the vialble end-use options to be applied in the sector.
$160,00008/01/201101/31/2013
00F23701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water quality program. The objective of this program is to continue sampling to assess surface water quality to compile date and determine a more thorough watershed management program. The data collection will determine: water quality needs, changes in quality or condition of water, and the function and health of stream ecosystem.
$151,55210/01/201009/30/2012
96681701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE LILLARD SITE PROJECT

This is a Brownfields Cleanup cooperative agreement that will assist the recipient remediate the Former Lillard site. This is accorandance 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 cleaning up the subject brownfields site. This effort will be site specific. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved with the recipient in the performance of the project.
$200,00010/01/200809/30/2012
96614601Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaBROWNFIELDS TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

Continue to establish and enhance tribe's Brownfields Response program. Staff will assist eligible parties determine if contamination is present, plan for cleanup if contaminants are found, and in some limited cases, assist in or oversee cleanup that leads to redevelopment. This program will help accomplish the objectives of GPRA 4.2.3 "Healthy Communities and Ecosystems; Assessment and Cleanup of Brownfields Properties".
$85,00010/01/200504/29/2007
00F68701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE WATER QUALITY MONITORING FY 13-15

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 qualitystandards.
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.
$197,86810/01/201309/30/2015
96640701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will clean up 6 illegal dump sites of the 25 sites previously identify by the tribe, educate the community on the impacts of illigal dumping on the environment and assist the Tribal Police in the identification of illegal dumps for enforcement and litigation against the dumpers. In addition this action fully funds the base 4 year workplan.
$516,41010/01/200609/30/2010
97620301Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE OF OK GEN ASSISTANCE

This project is to build capacity of the tribe to develop and manage environmental programs to protect and improve the environment and public health of the tribe. This action supplements emergency planning for environmental protection, gathering of existing information on tribal buildings, and technical training for staff.
$442,50010/01/200209/30/2006
00F52801Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE-SHAWNEE TRIBE WPC PROGRAM FY2012

These funds will provide continued 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.
$91,46210/01/201203/30/2014
00F23701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water quality program. The objective of this program is to continue sampling to assess surface water quality to compile date and determine a more thorough watershed management program. The data collection will determine: water quality needs, changes in quality or condition of water, and the function and health of stream ecosystem.
$151,55210/01/201012/30/2013
96653301Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal years objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$160,00010/01/200709/30/2010
96608501Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaAIR QUALITY MONITORING PROJECT

Tribe will build capacity by determining Air emission sources on/impacting its lands; build capacity in the areas of personnel, training, education, equipment and supplies; and provide for outreach.
$75,20710/01/200509/30/2007
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
00F74701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the Absentee Shawnee Tribe'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.
$185,00010/01/201309/30/2015
97693101Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. Fiscal Year 2006 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00010/01/200509/30/2006
97662801Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER QUALITY MONITORING PROJECT

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00010/01/200412/31/2005
96697501Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water quality program. The fiscal year objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water, and 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$75,00010/01/200903/31/2011
96618101Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaBROWNFIELDS JOB TRAINING

This is a Brownfields Job Training cooperative agreement because it will assist the Absentee Shawnee Tribe in developing and establishing a local Brownfields Job Training Program. This is in accordance with the Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2002 and EPA Brownfields National Guidance. This Brownfields Job Training cooperative agreement will enable the Absentee Shawnee to meet the EPA Strategic Goal #4 by recruiting, training, placing students to be employed the environmental sector. This will be a community wide effort and will be inclusive of the local community. This cooperative agreement will also assist the Tribe in obtaining information and tools the local area needs to carry out their responsibilities in connections with assessment and cleanup of brownfields properties to move properties towards reuse/redevelopment. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved with the recipient in making determination regarding overall management of the program.
$200,00006/01/200605/31/2008
97686701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROJECT

Conduct testing of sites that will ultimately lead to cleanup activities which will encourage revitalization and reuse of brownfield sites. Project is specific to the Phase II Environmental Assessment of two tribally-owned properties located in the close proximity to tribally owned trust lands and which is also in close proximity to a community water supply lake on one side.
$200,00010/01/200409/30/2007
96667601Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaBROWNFIELDS JOB TRAINING PROJECT

This is a Brownfields Job Training cooperative agreement that will assist the Absentee Shawnee Tribe develop and implement a Brownfields Job Training Program. This is accorandance 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 recruiting, training, and placing students in employment in the environmental sector. This effort will be community wide. The cooperative agreement will also assist the recipient obtain information and tools to assess and cleanup brownfields. This is a cooperative agreement because EPA will be substantially involved with the recipient in the performance of the project.
$200,00010/01/200804/30/2011
00F18801Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE GAP FY14

This is an amendment to provide and increase in funds and additional time to build capacity for the tribe to operate an environmental program. Funds will be used for staff training, community outreach and education, GIS Mapping activities, developing an inventory of Tribal Minor New Source Review, update Quality Management documents, Solid Waste Cleanup, recycling activities, and grant writing.
$484,98810/01/201009/30/2014
96622701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

These funds will provide continued support for the Tribe's water pollution control program. The fiscal year 2006 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00010/01/200612/30/2007
96697701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaABSENTEE SHAWNEE-BROWNFIELDS RESPONSE PROGRAM

These funds will provide support for the Absentee Shawnee Nation to continue to establish and enhance its Brownfields Response program. Staff will assist eligible parties to determine if contamination is present, plan for cleanup if contaminants are found, and in some limited cases, assist in or oversee cleanup that leads to redevelopment. This program will help accomplish the objectives of GPRA 4.2.3 "Healthy Communities and Ecosystems; Assessment and Cleanup of Brownfields Properties". This is a Cooperative Agreement since substantial Regional involvement is involved for site eligibility determinations, review and approval of Quality Assurance documents, monitoring grant funds use for oversight, tracking accomplishments for national databases, and communicating ongoing national program updates and trends.
$40,00010/01/200909/30/2010
96645701Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Indians of OklahomaBROWNFIELDS PROJECT

These funds will provide support for the Absentee Shawnee Nation to continue to establish and enhance its Brownfields Response program. Staff will assist eligible parties determine if contamination is present, plan for cleanup if contaminants are found, and in some limited cases, assist in or oversee cleanup that leads to redevelopment.
$236,11507/23/200711/30/2009
00F66901Acadiana Resource Conservation Project Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANT PROGRAM ACADIANA

Acadiana Resource Conservation & Developmemnt, Inc. seeks to encourage public participation and access to to informationon on the social, environmental, economic and health related aspects of the Bayou Teche Watershed. ARCD will develop a teaching model to teach students at four area high schools the fundamentals of maintaining a healthy watershed through education and activities during the 2013-2014 school year.
$30,00009/01/201310/30/2014
00E20001Accountability & Credibility TogetherACOUNTABILITY AND CREDIBILITY TOGETHER

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

The blood lead screening level is below 50% in the targeted areas. The Hamilton County Lead Poisoning & Testing Collaborative (HCC) proposes to implement three broad objectives:
1) coordinated enhanced outreach and education about lead hazards and their effects on young children, to include training of targeted tenants and homeowners in the proper inspection and maintenance of lead-contaminated housing;
2) increased screening (up from 50% to 70%) of both Medicaid and non-Medicaid eligible children to age 72 months, and coordinated follow-up for treatment of identified cases with elevated blood lead levels; and
3) development and expansion of the Hamilton County Collaborative.
$85,00710/01/200709/30/2010
00E20001Accountability & Credibility TogetherACOUNTABILITY AND CREDIBILITY TOGETHER

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

The blood lead screening level is below 50% in the targeted areas. The Hamilton County Lead Poisoning & Testing Collaborative (HCC) proposes to implement three broad objectives:
1) coordinated enhanced outreach and education about lead hazards and their effects on young children, to include training of targeted tenants and homeowners in the proper inspection and maintenance of lead-contaminated housing;
2) increased screening (up from 50% to 70%) of both Medicaid and non-Medicaid eligible children to age 72 months, and coordinated follow-up for treatment of identified cases with elevated blood lead levels; and
3) development and expansion of the Hamilton County Collaborative.
$85,00710/01/200709/30/2010
83340201ACS Division of Environmental ChemistrySUPPORT FOR CHEMISTRY FOR A SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY SYMPOSIA

SMALL GRANT - This conference will provide a forum for drinking water professionals to meet and share research results. The final beneficiaries of this conference will be the citizens served by the public and private utilities that provide drinking water.
$7,50003/01/200706/30/2007
96006501Ada County Highway DistrictBLUEPRINT FOR GOOD GROWTH IN ADA COUNTY, IDAHO

This project partially funds and supports the Blueprint for Good Growth countywide analysis of environmentally responsible land use in Ada County, Idaho. A consortium of six cities, the county and Ada County Highway District (ACHD) came together to develop smart growth strategies and implementable policies with the help of a contractor. The grant specifically funds a small amount of the contract devoted to ordinance development, and ACHD staff time for reviewing the existing roadway standards and development requirements, drafting new standards and requirements, drafting new policies and procedures for the Five Year Work Program (for road building), and participating in Blueprint meetings.
$22,50010/01/200512/31/2006
97157801Addison County Regional Planning CommissionBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

This cooperative agreement will provide funding to Addison County Regional Planning Commission to inventory and assess petroleum brownfields sites in Addison County, Vermont. 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.
$200,00010/01/200612/31/2011
97172401Addison County Regional Planning CommissionADDISON COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

This assistance agreement will provide funding to Addison County Regional Planning Commission to inventory and assess brownfields sites in Addison, Bridport, Bristol, Cornwall, Ferrisburgh, Goshen, Leicester, Lincoln, Middlebury, Monkton, New Haven, Orwell, Panton, Ripton, Salisbury, Shoreham, Starksboro, Vergennes, Waltham, Weybridge, Whiting, Vermont. 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.
$200,00010/01/200712/31/2011
82727201Adirondack Lakes Survey CorporationPUBLIC REPORT DESCRIBING THE CHEMICAL STATUS OF 52 REPRESENTATIVE ADIRONDACK WATERS-

To interpret and distribute data in a timely manner regarding chemical and biological changes and trends occurring in the Adirondack monitoring waters and also provide a report describing the LTM project.
$75,00002/10/199906/30/2005
83282601Adirondack Lakes Survey CorporationLONG TERM WATER QUALITY EVALUATION IN ADIRONDACK LAKES;

The objective for this grant is the long-term monitoring evaluation of water quality in the Adirondack Lakes. This project will help stimulate research to better understand the effects of acidic deposition on watersheds and surface waters.
$940,17208/01/200507/31/2010
83482801Adirondack Lakes Survey CorporationEVALUATING CHANGES H2O QUALITY-ADIRONDACK H2OS

To continue the 20+ year monitoring of acidic deposition in sensitive lakes in the Adirondack region of the state of New York as part of the overall TIME/LTM programs that assess the effects of emissions reductions from the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 on surface water acidification.
$1,247,52609/01/201008/31/2015
83604501Advanced Technology Development CentreASSESSMNT-METHANE RESOURCES-AGRI WASTES-MONGOLIA

Conduct a comprehensive study of biogas resource market potential in Mongolia: This activity will form the basis of a plan to stimulate the market for biogas in Mongolia. This activity will perform a more detailed and updated assessment of the current animal waste resources in Mongolia and characterize existing waste management practices in Mongolia livestock sector. This resource assessment will then be used to develop a market synopsis on where and how methane emissions from these sources can be reduced and how much energy could be produced.
$90,00010/01/201103/30/2013
83424701Advertising CouncilAD COUNCIL LEAD POISONING PSA CAMPAIGN

The project will fund the Ad Council's national PSA campaign (print and broadcast) to raise awareness of the dangers of lead-based paint dust, especially from renovation or repair activities, and to encourage parents and caregivers to take notice of the paint conditions in their home and connect with local and national resources to ensure their home and family is safe from this potent neurotoxin.
$2,150,00007/01/200912/30/2012
83326201Advertising CouncilTHE NATIONAL INITIATIVE TO FIGHT CHILDHOOD ASTHMA

To support National Initiative to Fight Childhood Asthma, which educates how asthma attacks can be prevented and gives tips on how to manage indoor asthma triggers. Project goals are reduced exposure of children with asthma to indoor asthma triggers, increased knowledge by parents to manage asthma triggers, decreased adverse health outcomes including emergency room visits and hospitalizations, and increased national awareness.
$2,409,56510/01/200609/30/2014
82820301Advertising CouncilNATIONAL INITIATIVE TO FIGHT CHILDHOOD ASTHMA-

This project is a national media public service campaign on childhood asthma and environmental triggers. The campaign will include PSAs for TV, radio, and print media.
$3,370,68603/07/200009/30/2006
83262801Advisory Committee on Protection of the SeaSUPPORT FOR PROTECTION OF THE ARCTIC MARINE ENVIRONMENT

To provide a justification for a decrease amendment, in the amount of $338,300, with the Advisory Council for Protection of the Sea (ACOPS). The agreement with ACOPS was concluded in September 2005 for a total amount of $944,100. Since then, ACOPS has drawn down a total of $585,800 from the original funding total, leaving a balance of $338,300. On June 15, 2007, ACOPS notified the EPA Project Officer of its intention to withdraw from the agreement. The reasons for this decision was cited as its inability to incur further costs from our very own limited resources.
$605,80007/30/200501/31/2008
96109901Advocates for R.A.W.H.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AT SOUTH WEYMOUTH NAS

The Advocates for Rockland, Abington, Weymouth and Hingham (ARAWH) will use funds to help the community affected by the South Weymouth Naval Air Station Superfund Site (South Weymouth, MA) to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to hazardous waste site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by ARAWH to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor's information will be shared with the rest of the community and will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$100,00008/01/200907/31/2015
96002901Affiliated Tribes of Northwest IndiansINDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Continue to: facilitate Natural Resources/Land Committee Meetings at the 3 Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians yearly meetings and network with member tribal governments, federal agencies and others regarding committee business and policy recommendations; distribute information to member tribal governments; enhance the ATNI webpage; increase communication between ATNI tribes and federal agencies and others (such as the EPA Region 10 RTOC).
$295,40510/01/200512/31/2008
00J59701Affiliated Tribes of Northwest IndiansINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Maintain and increase ATNI�s and its Member Tribes� capacity to address environmental issues. Promote outreach and education regarding NR/Land committee environmental issues at the local and regional levels. Support the administrative needs of the NR/Land Committee. Monitor current policy issues regarding the NR/Land Committee. Develop, maintain and strengthen tribal, national, regional and local relationships in the natural resource arena. Evaluate the NR/Land Committee�s capacity to address environmental issues.
$375,00001/01/201312/31/2015
96070901Affiliated Tribes of Northwest IndiansINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Continue assistance to tribal governments in the Pacific Northwest thru the work of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Natural Resources/Land Committee. Participate on planning committees at the local, regional and national levels and bring discussion of issues to the ATNI conferences, EPA and other federal agency forums (example, EPA's Tribal Leaders Summmit). Information exchange to tribal governments in the Pacific Northwest thru the ATNI membership. Serve as the Policy Coodinator and assist at the ATNI Natural Resources/Land Committee meetings held during the 3 times per year ATNI conference gatherings.
$510,00001/01/200912/31/2012
00E00492AFS-First Inc.FIELD DEMONSTRATION BLENDED BASE RECYCLED MATERIAL

AFS-First, Inc. is seeking funds under the Solid Waste Disposal Act with the United States Environmental Protection Agency to embrace "greener highways."
This project supports the Resource Conservation Challenge Program and collaborative demonstration project to evaluate use of recycled materials in roadways or infrastructures. Additionally, the project seeks to expand the market for foundry sand and recycled concrete aggregate in roadways by addressing technical questions limiting use of these materials.
$49,54510/01/201009/30/2013
83366101Aga Khan Foundation USAPROMOTION OF MARKET BASED MECHANISMS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

To improve the socio-economic and environmental well-being of poor communities in Northern Pakistan through the promotion, adoption and usage of energy efficient improved household energy practices.
$189,13308/15/200702/14/2010
83280201AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter FoundationCLEAN DIESEL FOR OREGON BRIDGES

To fund cleaner diesel strategies on nonroad equipment, specifically engine upgrades and retrofit exhaust controls on equipment used in highway bridge replacement projects. Project is part of a campaign to promote adoption of clean diesel technology, and includes plan to retrofit rental construction equipment.
$120,00011/01/200507/31/2009
97069501Agdaagux Tribe of King CoveINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Begin collection of baseline water quality data; remove scrap metal from community; address community concerns with seafood processing plant by conducting meetings with processing entity and educate community to create awareness; review recycling center operations and find new resources; and update community environmental plan.
$519,10110/01/200309/30/2007
96054101Agdaagux Tribe of King CoveINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The recipient will conduct Paralytic Seafood Poisoning (PSP) testing to examine levels of toxins in the local subsistence clams on a monthly basis to reduce risks to human health. The Tribe will also resume baseline water quality sampling with an emphasis on school science department involvement. The Tribe will focus on developing an indoor air quality program to gather information and research on the topic, and educate community members via a culturally appropriate brochure for all households. The Tribe will disseminate information on the dangers of mercury in flourescent bulbs to reduce the risks to community health.
$514,05510/01/200709/30/2011
00J39201Agdaagux Tribe of King CoveINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (IGAP)

The ATC Environmental Department has developed building Tribal Technical and Administrative capacity. Will develop policies and procedures to better manage our programs. We will start a youth environmental program and make more efforts to educate the public on reducing unnecessary waste in the community.
$463,01510/01/201109/30/2015
97464707Agricultural Aviation Board of MississippiCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

This cooperative agreement will be used to support the continued licensing and certification/recertification of aerial pesticide applicators in the state of Mississippi (via a standardized examination), as well as related glyphosate sampling analysis. The Memorandum of Agreement with the Office of the Attorney General will strengthen the enforcement and adjudication of state and federal pesticide statutes concerning aerial application.
$125,00010/01/200609/30/2008
97464705Agricultural Aviation Board of MississippiMS AG AVIATION ENFORCEMENT

This project involves the provision of legal services (e.g., investigating complaints, issuing orders, levying penalties) related to the review of aerial pesticide applicator enforcement cases under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. Consistent enforcement helps ensure fewer misapplications, thus preventing pesticide exposure to humans and protecting water resources.
$35,00010/01/200409/30/2005
97490805Agricultural Aviation Board of MississippiMS AG AVIATION CERTIFICATION

This agreement is to support the continued licensing and certification/recertification of aerial pesticide applicators in the State of Mississippi and related glyphosate sampling analysis. Well trained and motivated applicators make fewer misapplications, thus preventing pesticide exposure to humans and protecting water resources.
$8,29310/01/200409/30/2005
00T03901Agricultural Land-Based Training AssocTARGETED WATERSHED INITIATIVE

The purpose of this project is to restore and preserve 55 acres of wetland and riparian system to improve water quality in the Carneros Creek and Elkhorn Slough. This project also seeks to enhance breeding habitat of federally-protected amphibian species, and quantify the water quality impacts of wetland restoration. This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $999,962. Pre-award costs have been approved back to 04/01/2009.
$999,96204/01/200910/31/2014
00902001Agricultural Land-Based Training AssocFOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT (AG INIT) - ALTERNATIVE PEST MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE HIGH RISK PESTICIDE

The purpose of the project is to promote and deliver integrated pest management practices to at least 170 growers and farm employees managing 3,400 acres who are traditionally underexposed to such opportunities. This agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $98,000. Preaward cost are approved back to 08/01/2007.
$98,00008/01/200712/31/2009
96932511Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

These funds support further development and administration of the Tribe's Water Pollution Control, Nonpoint Source and General Assistance Programs. Major activities include: water quality monitoring; development of tribally enforced water quality standards; and, review and revision of Tribal Nonpoint Source Assessment Report and Management Plan. These efforts will build the tribe's environmental program capacity.
$1,129,59110/01/201009/30/2015
96932506Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

These funds support further development and administration for the Tribe's Water Pollution Control, Non Point Source and General Assistance Programs. Major activities include: establish Water Quality Standards, revise Quality Assurance Project Plan, conduct field monitoring, conduct solid waste and hazardous waste material clean-up, monitoring of nonpoint source sites as well as training and travel.
$1,090,48010/01/200509/30/2010
96936901Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla IndiansNON POINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $47,130 to support the tribe's Non Point Source Management Program. The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will reduce water pollution from the Murray Creek Watershed and the Palm Canyon Creek Watershed through the removal of invasive vegetation. This project will result in greater stability of streambanks, increased riparian areas and increased volume of water flow. The tribe will be monitoring to assess the improved water quality resulting from this project. Pre award costs authorized back to June 15, 2005.
$47,13006/15/200510/31/2007
83495801Aiken City ofRE-ENERGIZING URBAN COMMUNITIES EFFICIENTLY: CROSSLAND PARK

This project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by improving efficiency in affordable housing. The main elements include extensive retrofits on 24-30 blighted homes and weatherization of 120 homes through a job corps program. The program has multiple benefits beyond the direct reduction of greenhouse gases and is an innovative approach to tackling both social equity and environmental quality.
$320,00002/01/201101/31/2015
95405308Aiken CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to Aiken County, South Carolina to conduct inventory, characterize and assess brownfields sites that may be contaminated with hazardous substances and to carry out community involvement and other activities that encourage revitalization of Brownfields sites.
$200,00007/01/200806/30/2011
96485707Aiken CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amoun of $200,000 to conduct cleanup planning and remediation activities to address contamination from hazardous substances at the SEMINOLE MILLS site and carry out community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of the site so the future reuse of the property does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$200,00010/01/200709/30/2010
95405308Aiken CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to Aiken County, South Carolina to conduct inventory, characterize and assess brownfields sites that may be contaminated with hazardous substances and to carry out community involvement and other activities that encourage revitalization of Brownfields sites.
$200,00007/01/200806/30/2011
96485607Aiken CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approve an award in the amount of $200,000 to conduct environmental assessments for hazardous substances at the Clearwater Finishing Plant, prepare a cleanup and reuse plan, and carry out community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of the site so the future reuse of the property does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$200,00010/01/200709/30/2010
00901307Air Resources BoardFY-07 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $5,718,251. 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 emission, rulemaking, operating permits and other program-related activities.
$5,718,25110/01/200609/30/2007
97988101Air Resources BoardPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this program is to continue funding for implementing a nationwide fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to assist the California Air Resources Board (CARB) compliance with the PM 2.5 national ambient air quality standard and determine deductions in air emissions.
$4,638,07505/01/200403/31/2008
00901308Air Resources BoardFY08 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.
$6,888,92810/01/200709/30/2008
98975501Air Resources BoardSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - SURPLUS EMISSION REDUCTIONS

The purpose for this amendment is to provide current year funding to the California Air Resources Board (ARB) to improve air quality in California by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. This funding will retrofit approximately 26-30 school buses with CARB-verified Level 3 diesel emission control strategies that achieve at least an 85 percent or greater reduction in particulate matter.
$1,318,38706/01/200909/30/2012
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
00901305Air Resources BoardFY-05 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The project objectives for this amendment are to continue assistance for the Mobile Source Outreach Project and to assist our Mexican counterparts with air monitoring issues, laboratory analysis, performance audits, and repair of the air monitoring equipment provided by this grant.
$6,763,77510/01/200409/30/2005
98960901Air Resources BoardPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant amendment is to provide funding to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) towards the purchase of a PM2 continuous FEM for installation at the Imperial Calexico-Ethel monitoring site in order to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5). The data will be used order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.
$5,240,90904/01/200812/31/2014
00901310Air Resources BoardFY10 - 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 state of California and reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
$6,821,33810/01/200909/30/2010
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
96918801Air Resources BoardCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - LAX STUDY

To examine the impact the Los Angeles International Airport operations and its harmful pollutants have on its surrounding communities.
$118,80010/01/200404/30/2007
99T12001Air Resources BoardSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) plans to use this FY 2014 State Clean Diesel Grant Program funding to retrofit school buses with CARB-verified Level 3 diesel emission control strategies that achieve at least an 85 percent reduction in particulate matter (PM). This project may also include replacements. All vehicle retrofits and replacements will reduce hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $249,792.
$249,79210/01/201409/30/2015
00T37201Air Resources BoardNATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL FUNDING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will repower a minimum of four existing older switch (yard) locomotives with Tier 3 nonroad engines (Generator-set). The two of the repowered generator set (gen-set) switch locomotive would operate in the BNSF San Bernardino Railyard in the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) and two would operate in prospective railyards located in the San Joaquin Valley Air (SJVAB). Gen-set switch locomotive repowers will reduce diesel emissions significantly and therefore improve air quality and human health.
$3,949,49606/01/201010/31/2012
97919601Air Resources BoardSPECIAL APPROPRIATION - CENTRAL CALIFORNIA OZONE STUDY (CCOS)

This is a Congressional earmark funding to support the Central California Ozone Study. It is a multi-year program of meteorological and air quality monitoring emissions inventory development, data analysis, air quality modeling and preparation of State Implementation Plans for ozone.
$3,590,10007/15/200206/30/2012
99T09101Air Resources BoardPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $847,362. This amount includes $132,342 for EPA "in-kind" assistance.

Pre-Award costs are approved back to April 1, 2014.
$847,36204/01/201403/31/2015
00901311Air Resources BoardFY11 -14 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, rule making, operating permits and all other program related activities. Activities will include enhancing coordination within the CARB Primary Quality Assurance Organization (PQAO), enhancing state-wide information as part of the annual air monitoring network plans, validation training, building upon existing data validation efforts throughout the PQAO, and establishing a statewide training program. This award includes funding for approved Mexican Border activities. This program will protect and improve the air quality in the state of California and reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
$26,208,50210/01/201009/30/2014
97919501Air Resources BoardSPECIAL APPROPRIATION - CENTRAL CALIFORNIA OZONE STUDY

This amendment hereby adds addition Federal funding in the amount of $173,600 for the FY 05/06 Congressional Special Appropriation project. This funding supports as a pass through to the San Joaquin Valleywide Air Pollution Study Agency to support data analysis for he Central California Ozone Study (CCOS).
$920,70007/15/200207/15/2007
00T87901Air Resources BoardSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - CARB SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT PROJECT

This additional funding will be used to retrofit additional school buses and, if appropriate, replace older school buses with new school buses certified to emission standards of .5 grams per brake horsepower (g/bhp-hr) oxides of nitrogen and .01 g/bhp-hour particulate matter or cleaner. Air Resources Board (ARB) may also focus on replacement or repower of existing eligible on-road heavy-duty vehicles with cleaner engines or on installations of ARB-verified exhaust retrofits on the same category.
$660,05110/01/201209/30/2014
00901309Air Resources BoardFY09 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 state of California and reduce the risks to human health and the environment.
$6,456,92810/01/200809/30/2009
00T13801Air Resources BoardARRA - NATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement provides funding to the California Air Resources Board under the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009. This project will repower eight existing older switch (yard) locomotives with new Tier 3 nonroad engines, per each switch (yard) locomotive. These gen-set switch (yard) locomotives can reduce nitric oxide and particulate matter emissions by up to ninety percent which would result in a reduction of approximately 0.045 and 0.0018 tons per day of nitric oxide and particulate matter. This project will ensure the continued production of gen-set repower switching locomotives. This project will directly benefit the California Air Resources Board in achieving significant reductions in diesel emissions in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside counties. This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end dates to December 31, 2010. There is no change to the total approved federal amount of $8,888,888. All terms and conditions remain in full force and effect.
$8,888,88806/15/200912/31/2010
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
98315610Air & Waste Management Delaware Division ofDE-DNREC RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE

To support the development/implementation of the Delaware Department of Natural Resource's program controlling the generation, transport, treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste, which will reduce waste generation, increase hazardous waste recycling, and ensure proper management of waste and petroleum products at facilities.
$722,12610/01/201309/30/2016
83610502Air & Waste Management Delaware Division ofFY11 EXCHANGE NETWORK-DE NREC

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control proposes to provide a unified electronic flow of source testing data, where states can receive, review, store, search, and retrieve source test reports that are submitted electronically; be an efficient use of resources by building off the existing capabilities of U.S. EPA�s Electronic Reporting Tool (ERT), or similar system, as the primary software tool to perform input source testing data and perform calculations; use EPA�s Central Data Exchange (CDX) as a single centralized access point to receive test plans and reports; and develop sufficient customization and flexibility to meet project partner�s data submittal needs.
$350,00010/01/201109/30/2015
98935114Ak-Chin Indian CommunitySFY 14/15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to continue development and implementation of the Ak-Chin Indian Community's water pollution control program. The program includes monitoring the Tribe's waterbodies, continued work on the Tribe's water quality standards, training to increase staff capacity, and outreach to the community.
$166,67507/01/201306/30/2015
97900409Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY09 - PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Ak-Chin Indian Community will be ensuring that pesticides are sold, used and stored according to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and laws adopted by the Tribe. This agreement aims to improve understanding of and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, and to protect human health and the environment by implementing activities related to compliance, worker protection, and education and outreach.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding the the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200809/30/2009
96945501Ak-Chin Indian CommunityWETLAND PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CWA 104(B)(3)

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. Ak-Chin Indian Community will be conducting a wetlands inventory and assessment, thereby documenting the Tribe's wetlands resources. In addition, they will be developing a Conservation and Expansion Plan for existing wetlands and identifying the best management practices (BMPs) which would best suit the preservation of the wetlands.
$50,00010/01/200503/31/2008
97900413Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY13 - PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

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. This agreement aims to ensure the regulated community's compliance with pesticide laws and regulations and agricultural handlers and workers are protected. The Pesticide Control Officer (PCO) will conduct pesticide inspections, monitor compliance with the tribe's Pesticide Ordinance and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency pesticide labels. The PCO will also review and issue (or deny) request for permits to apply pesticides and conduct education and outreach on general pesticide safety to the Community to help ensure that pesticides are used responsibly and according to their labels and that human health and the environment are not adversely effected. By monitoring compliance with and informing the community about the Tribe�s worker safety requirements, applicators will be better protected from pesticide exposure.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$120,00010/01/201209/30/2014
99T03301Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 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 compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, tribal rule development, public outreach, and other program activities.

This award provides full Federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201309/30/2014
96940201Ak-Chin Indian CommunityGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IV

This award provides funding to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include
work on solid waste issues, environmental education and outreach, attend appropriate conferences, workshops and trainings, locate and identify hazardous waste materials, and work with other tribes to address environmental issues and concerns.
$807,58710/01/200509/30/2009
97900408Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY08 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The recipient aims to improve understanding of, and compliance with, pesticide laws and regulations by providing compliance assistance to the regulated community, conducting compliance monitoring activities (including pesticide use inspections), and taking action to ensure that violations of applicable pesticide regulations are corrected. The recipient will review (and approve or deny) requests for permits to apply pesticides and track pesticide applications within the community. The recipient will also conduct other activities including education and outreach on the Worker Protection Standard to the Farm Board and Farm, extensive education and outreach to the community on pesticide safety.

This assistance agreement is providing full EPA Funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200709/30/2008
97900407Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY-07 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Under this cooperative agreement, the recipient will develop enforcement documents needed for a pesticide inspection and enforcement program, provide compliance assistance to applicators and a marketplace on the reservation, will conduct worker safety inspections, and provide education and outreach to the Tribal Farm, pesticide applicators on the reservation and to the community-at-large. The recipient will ensure that pesticides are being used according to the EPA registered label. The Tribe's Environmental Protection Department will use additonal funds in the amount of $8,000 to consult with an attorney regarding the development of a Pesticide Control Ordinance.
$68,00010/01/200609/30/2007
00T10801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to restore and stabilize community watershed areas by developing an Erosion Control Plan and installing barriers. Activities also include outreach and education to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.
$300,00007/01/200906/30/2014
96931801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is streambank restoration of Smith Wash within the Ak-Chin Indian Community by removing all non-native vegetation and debris from the area. The last phase of the project will consist of revitalizing the area by reintroducing native vegetation along the wash to prevent sedimentation and potentially create a natural barrier from unwanted debris.
$120,00007/01/200506/30/2009
00T92301Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 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 inventory and rate unpaved roads, finalize and inspection checklist, develop best management practices for agriculture, monitor air quality, conduct community outreach, participate in regional and national initiatives to improve air quality, and other program activities.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201209/30/2013
96984101Ak-Chin Indian CommunityDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (DITCA)

Ak-Chin Indian Community will carry out the following source water assessment/ protection activities: source prohibition development, contingency plan development, and public education/outreach.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $38,000.
$38,00010/01/200603/31/2008
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
97900406Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY06 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $39,250 (which consists of $9,250 for Worker Protection and $30,000 for Enforcement) for Ak-Chin Indian Community to conduct, in cooperation with EPA, pesticides enforcement for compliance assurances and worker safety activities in the program development areas.
$60,00010/01/200509/30/2006
00T27701Ak-Chin Indian CommunityGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include applying for other grant funding from EPA, drafting a Strategic Plan, updating the Pesticide Ordinance, producing an environmental data map, writing environmental articles for the tribal newspaper, developing a solid waste feasibility study, conducting community outreach and environmental education activites, submitiing quarterly reports and attending relevant environmental meetings, conferences and workshops.

This award provides funding for the period of 10/1/2012 to 9/30/2013.
$440,41310/01/200909/30/2013
99T11801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff in the Ak-Chin Indian Community. In addition, activities include restoration and maintenance of water quality through erosion control and bank stabilization.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000. See terms and conditions.
$30,00007/01/201406/30/2015
99T01401Ak-Chin Indian CommunityGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Ak-Chin Indian Community to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs. The Tribe will complete their strategic plan; develop and submit other EPA grant proposals; develop a integrated solid waste management plan; conduct community outreach and environmental education; and attend relevant environmental meetings, workshops and conferences.

This assistance agreement provides Federal funding in the amount of $226,000 for the period of 10/01/2013 to 09/30/2015.
$226,00010/01/201309/30/2017
97985701Ak-Chin Indian CommunityWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - TRIBAL WETLANDS PROGRAM

The purpose of the project is to update and develop their existing wetlands protection plan, develop a wetlands sampling and monitoring plan, develop outreach materials for the schools and local community, and to conduct public outreach to the community and council.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $93,400.
$93,40010/01/200811/30/2013
98935109Ak-Chin Indian CommunitySFY09-13 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to continue to develop and implement the Ak-Chin Indian Community's further development of it's water pollution control program by continuing water quality monitoring at selected sites and providing technical review of any water quality impacts in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation.
$331,99407/01/200806/30/2013
97900412Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY12 - PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The recipient will conduct pesticide inspections (agricultural use, non-agricultural use and marketplace) within the Community. The Ak-Chin Environmental Protection Department (EPD) will also review and issue (or deny) requests for permits to apply pesticides. EPD will also provide compliance assistance on worker protection requirements to the tribal farm. Pesticides program staff will develop pesticide safety outreach materials and conduct pesticide safety education within the Community-at-large.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $40,000.
$62,50010/01/201109/30/2012
97900411Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY11 - PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Pesticide Control Officer will conduct pesticide inspections, monitor compliance with the tribe's pesticide ordinance and labels, and complete a Pesticide Enforcement Quality Assurance Project Plan. The Pesticide Compliance Officer will also review and issue (or deny) requests for permits to apply pesticides and conduct education and outreach on general pesticide safety to the community and farms. Funding also includes a one time amount of $2,500 for a special "Did You Know" education and outreach project.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $62,500.
$62,50010/01/201009/30/2011
97900410Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY10 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement aims to improve the regulated community's understanding of and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, and to protect human health and the environment by implementing activities related to compliance and providing general and worker protection pesticide safety information to the community. In FY10, the Pesticide Control Specialist will conduct pesticide inspections (ag use, non-ag use, marketplace and WPS), provide compliance assistance on the Worker Protection Standard, and provide general pesticide education and outreach to the regulated community including tribal departments and community members.

This assistance agreement is providing full EPA funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200909/30/2010
00T72601Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 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 investigate air quality impacts, develop best management practices to address pollution sources, monitor air quality, develop air quality regulations, and other program activities.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201109/30/2012
98935105Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY 05/06/07/08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to continue to support the Ak-Chin Indian Community to develop and implement the Tribe's Water Pollution Control program as follows: administer the watershed program, continue monitoring of static water levels at selected sites, maintain the water quality monitoring plan, update the community water quality database, produce an annual community water quality report, and develop new workplans.
$345,00007/01/200406/30/2008
97962601Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

To help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will finalize a quality assurance project plan, investigate air quality impacts of neighboring sources, monitor air quality, develop draft regulations, and provide air quality outreach and education.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200809/30/2009
97900405Ak-Chin Indian CommunityFY-05 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement provides partial EPA funding in the amount of $45,000 to continue Ak-Chin's Pesticide Control Program. This program will continue to provide educational outreach via training and community awareness of pesticides.
$60,00010/01/200409/30/2005
00T49701Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 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 investigate air quality impacts of neighboring sources, develop best management practices to address pollution sources, continue air quality monitoring, develop air quality ordinances, conduct community outreach, and attend training.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201009/30/2011
00T17301Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

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 investigate air quality impacts of neighboring sources, develop best management practices to address pollution sources, continue air quality monitoring, develop air quality ordinances, conduct community outreach, and attend training.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $67,167.
$67,16710/01/200909/30/2010
99T21801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 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 compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, tribal rule development, public outreach, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
96012401AK Assoc of Conserv DistWETLANDS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

This is a project by the Alaska Association of Conservation Districts to identify and eradicate infestations of Reed Canary Grass (Phalaris arundinacea) in wetlands in Alaska. The project includes mapping of existing infestations, research on management strategies and public education on invasive plants in Alaska's wetlands.
$83,21305/01/200610/31/2009
96053001AK Dept of Fish and GameWETLANDS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

This project will document the hydrologic relationship between wetlands and adjacent low order streams on the southern Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. It will monitor wetland and stream hydrology over the course of a year, including winter months. It will document plant communities in each of the wetland classes. It will document macro invertebrate and fish communities in streams associated with each wetland class. The project will develop a model relating the hydrologic functions of wetland classes to headwater streams hydrology. And finally it will populate the Kenai Lowlands Wetlands Management Tool on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Geographic Information System with the derived information.
$139,01507/01/200712/31/2009
96011801AK Dept of Fish and GameFUNCTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF LOW-ORDER STREAMS AND ASSOCIATED RIPARIAN WETLANDS

Builds on previous work: will determine if wetlands in functionally different geomorphic settings are functionally different in supporting fish and juvenile salmonids, and will help determine significant variables contributing to juvenile salmonid habitat.
$81,63007/01/200509/30/2007
98072101AK Dept of Fish and GameANCHOR RIVER WATERSHED WETLANDS INVENTORY

This Amendment hereby extends the Budget and Project Period through February 28, 2005 as approved by the EPA Project Officer.

This is the final extension that will issued under this Grant.

All other grant terms and conditions remain the same and in full force and effect.
$18,58402/29/200002/28/2005
96035001AK Dept of Commc Comm and Economic DevelopmentRURAL UTILITY BUSINESS ADVISOR (RUBA) PROGRAM

The Rural Utility Business Advisor (RUBA) Program will assist rural Alaska communities in building and maintaining management and financial capacity needed to successfully run a water or sanitation utility. Management assessments; core course and reference materials development, publication, distribution and revision as needed; on-site trainings and regional workshops; and one-on-one phone assistance are tools used to help build and maintain this water and sanitation utility management capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.
$6,397,54707/01/200606/30/2010
00J76501AK Dept of Commc Comm and Economic DevelopmentRURAL UTILITY BUSINESS ADVISOR (RUBA) PROGRAM

The Rural Utility Business Advisor (RUBA) Program will assist rural Alaska communities in building and Maintaining management and financial capacity needed to successfully run a water or sanitation utility in order to protect human health and the environment and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.
$2,834,39807/01/201306/30/2015
97044001AK Dept of Commc Comm and Economic DevelopmentSANITATION UTILITY MANAGEMENT CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES GRANT.

ADCED will develop a plain english guide to accounting for rural sanitation systems and a business planning guidebook for Alaskan public sanitation utilities. Also, ADCED will provide training to local utility bookkeepers on QuickBooks Pro accounting software.
$70,83309/01/200206/30/2004
96009101AK Dept of Commc Comm and Economic DevelopmentSANITATION UTILITY MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE

The Rural Utility Business Advisor (RUBA) Program assists rural Alaska communities in building management, operations and maintainance capacity in order to protect human health and the environment. On-site trainings and regional workshops for rural utility managers and operators establish technical, managerial, and financial capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.
$907,90007/01/200506/30/2006
98005805AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization grant for the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, pursuant to Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,485,50007/01/200506/30/2010
98035301AK Dept of Environ ConservTERMINATION OF GRANT "PRELIMINARY FIELD REVIEW TO CONDUCT WATER QUALITY MONITORING."

Pursuant to 40 CFR 31, this amendment terminates this grant in its entirety by mutual consent of the parties. The costs incurred by the grantee in the amount of $3,989 have been repaid in full to EPA and no other payment is due.
$008/15/199807/31/2000
96079701AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG AIR/RADON

This grant provides continuing environmental program funding for the continued planning; development; implementation; and maintance of ADEC's Air Program. Primary goals include prevention and control of air pollution and implementatiion and attainment of air quality standards. The grant also funds a program for the education, outreach, prevention, and control of radon.
$2,817,95507/01/200812/31/2010
00087203AK Dept of Environ ConservAK PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION (PWSS)

This project will be protecting human health by protecting citizens from unsafe sanitary practices in drinking water, by completing engineered plan reviews for new and existing public water system modifications, operation, and development. The recipient will be performing PWS sanitary surveys to determine compliance and enforcement of regulations. Continue new PWS Capacity Development reviews.l
$2,111,10007/01/200406/30/2005
00087204AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water. This will be accomplished by ensuring that treatment is effective and sources are protected. Project activities will include providing training and educational opportunities, compliance assistance, and enforcement of drinking water regulations.
$2,194,48807/01/200509/30/2006
00J39101AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC WATER 106 AND 319

This grant will provide funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Nonpoint Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment & monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$11,104,70007/01/201106/30/2014
00078304AK Dept of Environ ConservCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE PROGRAM

In FY2004, the Pesticide Cooperative Agreement will ensure that all pesticides sold and used in Alaska are in compliance with State and federal regulations through education, monitoring, and enforcement activities. ADEC has been designated as the lead agency with primary responsibility for pesticide use violations in the State. As authorized by FIFRA Section 23, this agreement provides for the enforcement of FIFRA, implementation of pesticide enforcement programs, and development and administration of programs to train and certify pesticide applicators.
$275,35307/01/200306/30/2004
96036608AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES 2013 - 14

This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to the recipient to continue a comprehensive pesticide program of enforcement, certification and training of pesticide applicators, and protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.

This award is partially funded. See Administrative Term and Condition #19.
$302,68007/01/201306/30/2014
00087513AK Dept of Environ ConservADEQ UST GRANT FY 13

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$278,00007/01/201206/30/2013
00J26901AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING


In Alaska, 205(j) grant funds are used to make the state's regulations and guidelines for the water quality standards (WQS) understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible and accepted by the public and industry as being protective of designated uses.
$123,00007/01/201006/30/2011
96065101AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

In Alaska these grant funds are used to make the State�s regulations and guidelines for water quality standards understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible to support other projects involving water quality standards revisions, guidance development or other related issues.
$100,00001/01/200806/30/2008
98024101AK Dept of Environ ConservTO SUPPORT WATER AND WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE

To Support Water And Wastewater Construction Projects Authorized By The State Legislature
$13,960,50007/15/199806/30/2007
96079704AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG: CAA 105, RADON, CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This grant provides continuing environmental program funding for the continued planning; development; implementation; and maintenance of ADEC's Air Program. Primary goals include prevention and control of air pollution and implementation and attainment of air quality standards. Additionally, it funds a program for the education, outreach, prevention, and control of radon; and funding to continue a comprehensive pesticide program of enforcement, certification and training of pesticide applicators, and protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.

This assistance agreement is partially funded, see administrative condition #19.
$853,06307/01/201406/30/2016
99085201AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

The design, planning, and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the State priority list.
$13,042,10007/01/199706/30/2007
99087913AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; 4) maintain laboratory standards; and 5) secure vapor intrusion exposure training.
$493,16107/01/201006/30/2011
00087514AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST GRANT FY14

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration, and planning and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$277,00007/01/201306/30/2014
99056401AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM

The design, planning, and construction of wastewater projects identified in the State Priority List. Procedures to be followed are identified in the Village Safe Water Procedures Manual.
$15,000,00003/15/199612/31/2005
00J07201AK Dept of Environ ConservBEACH GRANT -PHASE X

Collect and report water quality data (bacterial monitoring for human health - contact recreation) and notify the public of water quality concerns. Continues EPA-approved state or locally-delegated BEACH Program monitoring and public notification system. Applicant has met the BEACH Program Implementation Grant requirements in FR(75)6, 1/11/2010.
$86,00007/01/201109/30/2012
00087210AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,445,00007/01/201106/30/2012
99087912AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; and 4) maintain laboratory standards.
$409,49007/01/200906/30/2010
97055606AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM GRANT: JULY 2008 TO JUNE 2009

This agreement provides funding for the State of Alaska for a response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites in the state; 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.

This assistance agreement is fully funded and approves the workplan and budget submitted with the application dated 06/03/2008.
$491,63207/01/200806/30/2009
00J14601AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG

This grant will provide funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Non Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment & monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and water body restoration activities.
$4,342,90007/01/201008/31/2011
00087512AK Dept of Environ ConservADEQ UST GRANT FY11

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$363,06307/01/201106/30/2012
00J64901AK Dept of Environ ConservREMOTE MAINTENANCE WORKER (RMW) PROGRAM

The Remote Maintenance Worker (RMW) program assists rural Alaska communities in building drinking water and waste water system operations and maintenance capacity in order to protect human health and the environment. On-site operations and maintenance support, and over-the-shoulder operator training establish technical capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).
$2,639,16907/01/201206/30/2014
96031601AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC BEACH MONITORING

Collect and report water quality data (bacterial monitoring for human health - contact recreation) and notify the public of water quality concerns. Continues EPA-approved state or locally-delegated BEACH Program monitoring and public notification system. Applicant has met the BEACH Program Implementation Grant requirements in FR(74)14, 1/23/2009.
$595,36707/01/200706/30/2012
83031601AK Dept of Environ ConservNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE NETWORK - ALASKA NODE

The goal of the National Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the National Environmental Information Exchange Network by encouraging State and other partners� data integration efforts.
$215,70707/01/200206/30/2006
98005812AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF set-asides.
$9,001,05607/01/201209/30/2017
00087511AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST PROGRAM GRANT

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$363,06307/01/201006/30/2011
97053301AK Dept of Environ ConservPM97053301 ADEC

1 year of funding for Alaska PM 2.5 (fine particulate) monitoring network
$1,337,90007/03/200309/30/2006
00087205AK Dept of Environ ConservAK PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, outreach and education, technical assistance, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the state drinking water laboratory.
$2,160,08107/01/200606/30/2007
00J10301AK Dept of Environ ConservOPERATION OF A FINE PARTICULATE AIRBORNE MATTER MONITORING (PM2.5) PROGRAM IN ALASKA.

Funding is for continued operation and maintenance of the Particulate Matter (PM)2.5 monitoring network in the State of Alaska. This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter. This award includes EPA funds of $245,560 and EPA In-kind contribution of $67,187 for a total budget/project costs of $312,747.
$312,74704/01/201003/31/2011
97055506AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - STATE FISCAL YEAR 2010

This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$127,30807/01/200906/30/2010
02000113AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning, design, and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$7,971,00007/01/201309/30/2018
97079101AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Plan and implement reviews of selected water quality standards topics. Provide training, guidance, development, and site-specific development of water quality standards in order to support water quality programs.
$98,10107/01/200406/30/2005
00J34301AK Dept of Environ ConservBEACH GRANT -PHASE XI

Collect and report water quality data (bacterial monitoring for human health - contact recreation) and notify the public of water quality concerns. Continues EPA-approved state or locally-delegated BEACH Program monitoring and public notification system. Applicant has met the BEACH Program Implementation Grant requirements in FR(75)250, 12/30/2010.
$154,00010/01/201109/30/2013
99087909AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

This cooperative agreement will fund the Leaking Underground Storage Tank part of the contaminated sites program for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). ADEC is responsible for cleanup oversight and management of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks in Alaska, and works with facility owners/opeartors to ensure that all leaking tanks are handled properly. ADEC assists in remediation of leaking sites to protect human health and the environment.
$482,76507/01/200606/30/2007
98044401AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER/WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FOR AK RURAL & NATIVE VILLAGES

Plan, Design, and Construct Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects For Ak Rural & Native Villages
$28,229,70007/01/199906/30/2008
00J04201AK Dept of Environ ConservARRA DIESEL STATE GRANT PROGRAM FOR ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

This assistance agreement provides funding to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This project will upgrade two Alaska Railroad locomotives to Environmental Protection Agency Tier 0+ compliance; replace three Alaska Department of Transportation heavy duty diesel trucks; and install anti-idling technologies on approximately 80 heavy duty diesel vehicles. This project will result in the preservation of three jobs that would otherwise have been lost at Alaska Railroad, two jobs at Alaska Department of Transportation and one job at ADEC and will preserve additional jobs in manufacturing.
$1,730,00010/01/200909/30/2011
96018101AK Dept of Environ ConservNATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES): BUILDING PRIMACY CAPACITY IN ALASKA

This project supports training for State of Alaska staff who will be implementing the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System waste water permit program. The grant will support Basic Inspector Training and NPDES Permit Writers' Training for approximately 30 new and existing staff from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC), training that will enable ADEC to mount an effective State NPDES program which will better prevent, reduce and eliminate water pollution.
$65,29410/15/200506/30/2007
96069702AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG FY 10

This grant provides funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State�s Non Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund water quality management, planning, assessment & monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$4,560,36207/01/200906/30/2010
96036604AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT 09/10

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.

This award provides full funding for the EPA portion of the approved budget.
$287,24907/01/200906/30/2010
96032801AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) provides continuing environmental program funding for planning developing, carrying out, improving and maintaining a program for the prevention and control of air pollution and implementation of air quality standards. The grant also funds a public education and outreach program for the prevention and control of radon. In addition, part of the funding supports the development of a climate change strategyfor the State of Alaska.
$2,575,17507/01/200606/30/2008
83436601AK Dept of Environ ConservAK-DEC/TRIBAL PRTICIPATN PROTOCOL DVELOPMNT PROJECT

To develop collaboration with the Alaska Natiave tribal organizations to mitigate the envrionmental justice concerns by constructing a protocol for early notification and coordination in the Alaska Pollution Disposal and Elimination System permitting program.
$160,00010/01/200906/30/2014
00J35501AK Dept of Environ ConservOPERATION OF A PM2.5 MONITORING PROGRAM IN ALASKA

Funding is for continued operation and maintenance of the Particulate Matter (PM)2.5 monitoring network in the State of Alaska. This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter.
$289,14604/01/201103/31/2012
96044301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER (VSW) PROGRAM INFRASTRUCTURE

This grant is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$31,905,48807/01/200609/30/2011
00087202AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This is an amendment to add additional funds to an existing grant that was not inititated in IGMS. The grant is in support of the PWSS program for the state of Alaska to fund the program throught the end of the grant period.
$4,269,91307/01/200206/30/2004
00J63301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT

In Alaska, 205(j) grant funds are used to make the state's regulations and guidelines for the water quality standards (WQS) understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible, and accepted by the public and private sectors as being protective of designated uses. During the past grant period (FFY 2012), the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) organized and convened a stakeholder group to inform the Department�s development of implementation methods for antidegradation policy.
$100,00007/01/201206/30/2013
96078101AK Dept of Environ ConservPOLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM

The provision of technical assistance to Alaskan businesses and assistance with their participation in Alaska's Green Star Certification Program.
$97,24810/01/200809/30/2009
96077901AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA'S DIESEL EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECT

This project will fund the Alaska Dept of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) the following projects:
1. Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) for Phase 2 field testing of both units - the first in Ruby and the second in Galena.
2. Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc. (AVEC) - Project goals are to recover heat from the AVEC power plants in two villages that is presently being exhausted to the outside air and utilize the use of recovered heat to heat several public facilities in each community.
$1,072,29710/01/200809/30/2013
99087910AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

This cooperative agreement will fund the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) portion of the Contaminated Sites Program for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). ADEC is responsible for the cleanup, oversight, and management of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks in Alaska, and works with facility owners and operators to ensure that all leaking tanks are handled properly. ADEC assists in remediation of leaking sites to protect human health and the environment.
$409,49107/01/200706/30/2008
02000114AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning, design, and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$8,376,00007/01/201406/30/2019
82911501AK Dept of Environ ConservMONITORING THE US WEST COAST: ASSESSING ALASKA'S ESTUARIES AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN

The purpose of this agreement is to establish a comprehensive and integrated monitoring program for the coastal resources of Alaska.
$772,35605/01/200112/31/2005
99031002AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER ACT, SECTION 106, GROUNDWATER AND WELLHEAD PROTECTION GRANT PROGRAM

Increased protection of groundwater and surface water from biological and chemical contamination for long-term and sustained multiple uses. Wellhead and groundwater protection activities, including completion of Source Water Assessments (groundwater sources) and assisting communities and water systems with wellhead protection plans.
$478,25507/01/200206/30/2004
83546601AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA DEC-FY2013 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) proposes to create Discharge Results and Online Permitting System (DROPS) Data Publishing Web Services to expose internal permitting data and business rules to external systems; integrate DROPS and Integrated Compliance Information System (ICIS) using combined web services; and develop geospatial validation tool for receiving waters.
$270,44110/01/201309/30/2016
00087209AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,454,00007/01/201006/30/2011
98005804AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization grant for the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, pursuant to Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Program Set-Asides
$8,100,00007/01/200409/30/2009
96093401AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC POLLUTION PREVENTION

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) will accomplish the project through provision of pollution prevention technical assistance to Alaskan businesses through the Green Star business certification program. ADEC will also tackle the implementation of Alaska's Climate Change Prevention Strategy.
$110,00010/01/200909/30/2010
98005811AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF set-asides.
$9,418,00007/01/201106/30/2016
96078401AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) PREVENTION

This project will assist owners and operators of Underground Storage Tanks in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, and developing new protective regulations.
$208,31007/01/200806/30/2009
98005809AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF set-asides.
$8,146,00007/01/200906/30/2014
96049001AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER ACT 106 STATE STRATEGIES MONITORING INITIATIVE

This grant involves planning, implementing, and assessment program work to support Alaska Monitoring and Assessment Program (AKMAP) environmental assessment program with probabilistic monitoring and assessment projects to help meet the baseline statewide water baseline assessment efforts detailed in the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Strategy.
$169,90004/05/200706/30/2010
97055510AK Dept of Environ ConservSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - STATE FISCAL YEAR 2014

FY14 Superfund CORE Program for State of Alaska, Department of Environment of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$112,50007/01/201306/30/2014
83172801AK Dept of Environ ConservTHE SOUTHEAST MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (EMAP) 2004

The overall goal of this cooperative research is to continue to assess the condition of the coastal and estuarine resources of the State of Alaska and to develop a better assessment of the condition of water quality in coastal Alaska for use in the 305(b) assessments.
$1,993,14205/01/200404/30/2011
96036607AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES 2012 - 13

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality protection, and endangered species.
$311,00007/01/201206/30/2013
97055507AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - STATE FISCAL YEAR 2010

This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$121,77907/01/201006/30/2011
00J80701AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (AKMAP) ARCTIC COASTAL PLAIN RIVERS/ESTUARIES

This project will conduct a rivers/estuary assessment in the eco-region of the Arctic Coastal Plain (ACP) focused within the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. It will be conducted in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Agency�s (EPA) 2014 National Rivers and Streams Assessment (NRSA) and National Coastal Assessment (NCA).
$281,88307/01/201406/30/2016
99087917AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC LUST TRUST FUND FY 15

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; 4) maintain laboratory standards ; and 5) increase cleanups at Federal facilities
$470,55607/01/201406/30/2015
00087510AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROJECT FY 2010

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program administration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$373,45607/01/200901/31/2011
97055603AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE FY2006 STATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM GRANT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project is to enhance the Alaska State Response Program to address more sites including to assess, cleanup and redevelop brownfields properties.
$464,68407/01/200506/30/2006
96071201AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC - WATER QUALITY MONITORING STRATEGY

Enhance State water quality monitoring and assessment program. This grant involves planning, implementing and assessment program work to support the Alaska Monitoring and Assessment Program [AKMAP] environmental assessment program with probabilistic monitoring and assessment projects to help meet the baseline statewide assessment efforts detailed in the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Strategy.
$339,80007/01/200806/30/2011
97009401AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

To provide funds in support of water and wastewater construction projects authorized by the Alaska State Legislature and implemented by Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
$33,150,60007/01/200106/30/2009
96091701AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA COUNTER TERRORISM GRANT

This grant will fund a position to coordinate and oversee the drinking water counter terrorism issues in Alaska. In addition to oversight of the ongoing training and workshops, one full time position will be specifically responsible for working directly with federal regulated drinking water systems state wide to update or establish emergency responses plans based on system security audits or vulnerability assessments.
$162,30003/16/200906/30/2011
96025301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER

This project is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$49,015,15307/01/200506/30/2012
96070201AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

In Alaska 205j grant funds are used to make the State�s regulations and guidelines for water quality standards understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible and accepted by the public and industry as being protective of designated uses. During the past triennial review (FY04-07) several of the Water Quality Standards were revised. A few of these will carryover to SFY09 including mixing zones, residues, and natural conditions. In FY08 a new Triennial Review of the Water Quality Standards began as required by the Clean Water Act. The Department identified five priority topics for review and potentially revision during this Triennial Review (FY07-10) and other WQS on-going project. The 205(j) grant is also used to support other projects involving water quality standards revisions, guidance development or other related issues.
$100,00007/01/200806/30/2009
00J26105AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM 2014-15

This project provides funding for Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation'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.
$862,07807/01/201406/30/2015
97055604AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC BROWNFIELD RESPONSE PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006

This agreement provides funding for the State of Alaska for a response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites in the state; 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 plansand verification of complete responses.
$464,68407/01/200606/30/2007
00J52601AK Dept of Environ ConservSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS, AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

Funding is for continued operation and maintenance of the Particulate Matter (PM)2.5 monitoring network in the State of Alaska. This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter.
$887,74904/01/201203/31/2015
00J26104AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM 2013-14

This project provides funding for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation'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 cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$756,36007/01/201306/30/2014
00J63401AK Dept of Environ ConservCWA 106 STATE MONITORING STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION

To implement and enhance regional statistical surveys under the Alaska Monitoring and Assessment Program (AKMAP).
$304,49007/01/201306/30/2016
00J01601AK Dept of Environ ConservAMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT PROJECT

This agreement provides American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds as an additional financial assistance source for the recipient�s efforts to assess and cleanup petroleum releases from leaking underground storage tanks (LUST) sites in Alaska. The agreement will fund activities such as: shovel-ready projects, staff management, and oversight activities that will leverage additional cleanups. The overall purpose is to clean up contaminated LUST sites effectively, maximize job creation/retention, and provide economic and environmental benefits to the citizens of Alaska.
$999,00007/01/200909/30/2011
02000111AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$8,827,00007/01/201106/30/2016
96094001AK Dept of Environ ConservREMOTE MAINTENANCE WORKER (RMW) PROGRAM

The Remote Maintenance Worker (RMW) program assists rural Alaska communities in building drinking water and waste water system operation and maintenance capacity in order to protect human health and the environment. On-site operations and maintenance support, and over-the-shoulder operator training establish technical capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).
$4,181,16907/01/200906/30/2012
00032618AK Dept of Environ ConservWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

Provide on-site technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance, and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned and operated by state agencies.
$25,00007/01/200506/30/2006
02000110AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$12,194,00007/01/201009/30/2015
97055601AK Dept of Environ ConservRP-970556-01 - ADEC BROWNFIELD

Additional funding to conduct site-specific assessment work.
$360,32907/01/200306/30/2004
00J93001AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2015 VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$6,214,42008/01/201406/30/2017
98005813AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF set-asides.
$8,421,00007/01/201309/30/2018
97030601AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT -ALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES

Design, planning and construction of water and waste water projects identified in the State Priority lists will be accomplished by the funds.
$38,000,00007/01/200206/30/2008
98005814AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF set-asides.
$8,845,00007/01/201406/30/2019
83525201AK Dept of Environ ConservFY12 EXCHANGE NETWORK-ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

The State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) proposes to add additional data families to the Integrated Compliance Information System-National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES) data exchange, including inspections; extend pilot test of Network Discharge Monitoring Reports (NetDMR) to additional Alaska Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (APDES) facilities.
$199,11210/01/201209/30/2015
97077401AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP

This amendment provides continuing environmental program and task funding for planning, developing establishing, carrying out, improving and maintaining programs for the prevention and control of air pollution and implementation of air quality standards.
$3,295,70507/01/200406/30/2006
00J44001AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC POLLUTION PREVENTION

The grantee together with Green Star, the University of Alaska Anchorage and the Alaska Manufacturing Partnership will provide technical assistance to businesses and tribal organizations to prevent hazardous waste, greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption. Hospitality and tourism are two targeted sectors. Technical assistance will be provided through Lean and the Environment assessments (E-3) and Green Star's business award program.
$110,00010/01/201106/30/2012
98005807AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,229,00007/01/200706/30/2012
96091501AK Dept of Environ ConservAMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA) ALASKA DWSRF

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the state of Alaska to capitalize its revolving fund for the financing of construction of drinking water infrastructure facilities, green infrastructure, loan program administration and drinking water program related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit.
$19,500,00010/01/200806/30/2014
96064001AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES PROGRAM

This grant is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$31,180,75907/01/200706/30/2013
98005898AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization Of The Alaska Drinking Water Fund
$10,022,30010/01/199801/31/2005
96027401AK Dept of Environ ConservOPERATION OF A FINE AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTER MONITORING (PM2.5) PROGRAM IN ALASKA.

The objective of this project is to operate and maintain a fine particulate ambient air monitoring network in the State of Alaska to protect human health and determine compliance with national air quality standards. The recipient must also verify that data collected meet quality assurance requirements, and report the collected data to the Environmental Protection Agency Air Quality System database.
$575,70910/01/200608/31/2008
00076203AK Dept of Environ ConservAIR QUALITY SECTION 105 PROGRAM GRANT

has been forwarded in paper form
$1,960,75007/01/200206/30/2004
00087206AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,256,90007/01/200706/30/2008
98005806AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,229,30007/01/200606/30/2011
98005808AK Dept of Environ ConservDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital to the Project Loan Fund of the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program, as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,146,00007/01/200806/30/2013
98005805AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization grant for the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, pursuant to Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Set-Asides.
$8,485,50007/01/200506/30/2010
96069701AK Dept of Environ ConservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT


This grant will provide funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Non Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment & monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$4,560,36207/01/200806/30/2009
00J26103AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM 2012-13

This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; 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 of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses; and, maintain and make available to the public a record of sites addressed and proposed to be addressed by the state cleanup program.
$726,35207/01/201206/30/2013
00087212AK Dept of Environ ConservPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,374,00007/01/201306/30/2014
00J29301AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2010 ALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGE PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska and Alaska Native Villages.
$9,573,06407/01/201006/30/2015
00J19701AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC POLLUTION PREVENTION GRANT, FY 2011

The grantee together with Green Star will provide pollution prevention technical assistance (inclusive of energy efficency) to businesses (with focus on the construction sector), native organizations, and the businesses/institutions in the Anchorage U-Med District. Additionally, the grantee will work to enhance Alaska's pollution prevention network and technical assistance capacity.
$108,00010/01/201009/30/2011
00J26102AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM

This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; 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 of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses; and, maintain and make available to the public a record of sites addressed and proposed to be addressed by the state cleanup program.
$729,00007/01/201106/30/2012
00J85101AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC STATE MONITORING STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is requesting funds to implement and enhance regional statistical surveys under the Alaska Monitoring and Assessment Program (AKMAP).
$160,00007/01/201406/30/2017
97055503AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs).
$174,63207/01/200606/30/2007
00J85601AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CERCLA PA

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Preliminary Assessments (PA): Site assessment activities, including site discovery, site screening, preliminary assessments, site inspections and project management.

This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$100,00007/01/201406/30/2015
00J86901AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC FY 15 P2 GRANT

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and partners will promote Pollution Prevention (P2) activities to Alaskan businesses through the Green Star business certification program.
$91,00007/01/201406/30/2015
99098706AK Dept of Environ ConservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant provides funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Non Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment and monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$4,931,87907/01/200706/30/2008
96049101AK Dept of Environ ConservCWA 106 COOK INLET DRAINAGE BASIN, LAKES ASSESSMENT

The State of Alaska's Monitoring and Assessment Program will complete a statistically valid assessment of the condition of the Cook Inlet Drainage Basin Lakes as part of the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Water Act Section 106 Monitoring Initiative Supplemental grant program.

This award includes $376,000 in EPA funding and $24,000 in EPA in-kind assistance.
$400,00004/01/200706/30/2010
96036602AK Dept of Environ ConservCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$289,80007/01/200706/30/2008
00087208AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,290,00007/01/200906/30/2010
00087211AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,317,00007/01/201206/30/2013
96036601AK Dept of Environ ConservCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$286,80007/01/200606/30/2007
99087916AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC LUST FY 14

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; and 4) maintain laboratory standards.
$462,59507/01/201306/30/2014
97084701AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

Design, planning and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the attached State priority lists will be accomplished with these funds. Additionally, a portion of the funds will be used forADEC;s administration of the VSW program.
$34,555,30007/01/200406/30/2010
97055504AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

FY08 Superfund CORE Program for Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC).
This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$157,16907/01/200706/30/2008
00J45701AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANGEMENT PLANNING

In Alaska, 205(j) grant funds are used to make the state's regulations and guidelines for the water quality standards (WQS) understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible and accepted by the public and industry as being protective of designated uses. This grant will be used for continuing work on site specific criteria/reclassification proposals, preparing for Triennial Review (2011-2013), organizing and conducting a Water Quality Standards Academy and other projects involving WQS revisions and guidance development.
$100,00007/01/201106/30/2012
97037901AK Dept of Environ ConservAK COUNTER TERRORISM

This is a continuation of the counter terrorism position funded through the President's FY03 Budget.
$409,60007/01/200206/30/2006
99098704AK Dept of Environ ConservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG) FOR NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION AND WATER QUALITY PROGRAMS.

This a Performance Partnership Grant covering, non-point source pollution and water quality programs.
$3,546,77707/01/200306/30/2004
00087213AK Dept of Environ ConservPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$915,57507/01/201406/30/2015
96032901AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA REGIONAL HAZE MONITORING PROJECT

This project funds a monitoring study to determine the international transport of fine particulates from Asia and the contributions this makes to regional haze in Denali National Park and Preserve.
$372,00007/01/200606/30/2012
00J84601AK Dept of Environ ConservFY15 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant will provide funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Non-Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment and monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$371,83507/01/201406/30/2015
02000109AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$4,013,80007/01/200909/30/2014
97040101AK Dept of Environ ConservNATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

ACWA Data Base, mapping and integration. Measuring the effectiveness of airport stormwater; and, analysis & drafting of Alaska statue & regulartory changes for NPDES Primacy Assumption.

Work shall be performed in accordance with the Recipient's revised application dated September 16, 2002.
$348,42107/01/200206/30/2005
83606601AK Dept of Environ ConservFY11 EXCHANGE NETWORK-ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) proposes to implement four flows: Water Quality Exchange (WQX), Beach Notification, Substance Registry System (SRS), and the National Hydrography Dataset Event (NHDEvent) flow of Assessment Database (ADB) data with participation in the Clean Water Act Integrated Reporting (OWIR-ATT ITP). Alaska also intends to extend the existing Integrated Compliance Information System for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES) flow by adding an additional data family and to implement a proposed Electronic Discharge Monitoring Reports (eDMR) solution.
$178,44110/01/201109/30/2014
96079703AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG

This grant provides continuing environmental program funding for the continued planning; development; implementation; and maintance of ADEC's Air Program. Primary goals include prevention and control of air pollution and implementatiion and attainment of air quality standards. Additionally, it funds a program for the education, outreach, prevention, and control of radon; and funding for ADEC's Pollution Prevention (P2) program.
$3,197,51707/01/201206/30/2014
00J28701AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106 STATE MONITORING STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is utilizing these funds to implement and enhance its current effort under the State�s Water Monitoring and Assessment Strategy in building capacity and support for future planning efforts. DEC will continue development and implementation of regional sampling surveys to meet the State Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring Strategy objective of providing data on the status, changes, and trends in Alaska�s fresh and marine waters for resource management decision making, including reporting to EPA on the conditions of state waters.
$347,20007/01/201006/30/2014
00J26101AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM

This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; 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 of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses; and, maintain and make available to the public a record of sites addressed and proposed to be addressed by the state cleanup program.
$679,00007/01/201006/30/2011
00J26001AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE MONITORING STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is utilizing these funds to implement and enhance its current effort under the State�s Water Monitoring and Assessment Strategy in building capacity and support for future planning efforts. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will continue development and implementation of regional sampling surveys to meet the State Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring Strategy objective of providing data on the status, changes, and trends in Alaska�s fresh and marine waters for resource management decision making, including reporting to the Environmental Protection Agency on the conditions of state waters.
$174,00007/01/201006/30/2013
97055602AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2005 STATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE "BROWNFIELD" COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Enhance the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Response Program to help build capacity to address more sites, thereby protecting public health and the environment and returning sites to beneficial reuse.
$398,08207/01/200406/30/2005
00J64101AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2012 VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaskan communities and the Alaska Native villages. Specifically two planning projects and 5 construction projects.
$7,273,50707/10/201206/30/2016
00087207AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,283,20007/01/200806/30/2009
00087506AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2006

This grant provides continuing support to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation's Underground Storage Tank Program. This program prevents releases of petroleum into the environment from underground stoage tanks by providing technical assistance to tank owners and operators and by inspecting underground storage tanks for compliance with state and federal regulations.
$191,60007/01/200506/30/2006
96019601AK Dept of Environ ConservREMOTE MAINTENANCE WORKER PROGRAM

The Remote Maintenance Worker (RMW) program assists rural Alaska communities in building drinking water and waste water system operation and maintenance capacity in order to protect human health and the environment. On-site operations and maintenance support and over-the-shoulder operator training establish technical capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act(SDWA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).
$3,629,72807/01/200506/30/2009
96046401AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION PROJECT NEAR THE KENAI RIVER

Site investigations of soil and water contamination, assessment and cleanup at the River Terrace RV Park contaminated site near the Kenai River.
$883,50007/01/200606/30/2011
00087509AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

This project will assist owners and operators of Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by facilitating UST program administration and planning, and enabling a significant update/upgrade of UST database information quality and accessibility.
$111,00007/01/200809/30/2009
00J85201AK Dept of Environ ConservREMOTE MAINTENANCE WORKER (RMW) PROGRAM

The Remote Maintenance Worker (RMW) program assists rural Alaska communities in building drinking water and waste water system operations and maintenance capacity in order to protect human health and the environment. On-site operations and maintenance support, and over-the-shoulder operator training establish technical capacity and promote compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the Clean Water Act (CWA).
$1,689,26007/01/201406/30/2015
96067601AK Dept of Environ ConservOPERATION OF A FINE PARTICULATE AIRBORNE MATTER MONITORING (PM2.5) PROGRAM IN ALASKA.

Funding is for continued operation and maintenance of the Particulate Matter (PM)2.5 monitoring network in the State of Alaska. This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter. This award includes an additional EPA funds of $220,502 and EPA In-kind contribution of $62,417 for a new Project Total of $579,816.
$579,81604/01/200803/31/2010
00J46301AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES PROGRAM FY2011

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaskan communities and Alaska Native villages.
$5,825,69607/01/201106/30/2015
98087501AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

To fund the development and construction of water and wastewater projects approved in the State of Alaska's SFY 2001 capital budget.
$27,849,40007/01/200006/30/2008
96025901AK Dept of Environ ConservNUMERICAL NUTRIENT CRITERIA DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COOK INLET ECOREGION IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALASKA

This project collects nutrient data on lakes in the Mat-Su Ecoregion of Alaska. The data will be used to begin to develop nutrient criteria for lakes to protect and restore them from nutrient pollution.
$79,99001/01/200606/30/2009
97085301AK Dept of Environ ConservIMPROVING ALASKA'S SAFE DRINKING WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM

The ADEC currently receives PWS analytical data in many different formats requiring interpretation by ADEC staff prior to data entry. Hard copy (paper) analytical results are sent by laboratories and PWS owners and operators to ADEC either by courier, mail, or facsimile. ADEC staff review the paper documents and manually enter the sample results into the SDWIS/State PWS database The current paper-based manual data reporting by the laboratories and data entry into ADEC SDWIS database consumes time and limited staff resources. The cumbersome and lengthy data entry process greatly increases the amount of time between receipt of the monitoring data and the staff�s ability to evaluate compliance. This can lead to inaccurate compliance monitoring schedules and inefficient use of ADEC staff time. Additional delays in analytical data reporting or PWS operational reports can be caused by lost mail, infrequent mail stops in rural Alaska, or late reporting.

This project will provide a more efficient data collection and management system by allowing certified labs to directly submit analytical data electronically to the SDWIS/State PWS database. Automation of this process will increase staff efficiency, improve PWS data quality and more importantly, improve access to sample results by both the DW Program staff and the PWS owners and operators.
$56,30007/01/200406/30/2006
96097401AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING - AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT

This project supports water quality management planning activities that are authorized under the Clean Water Act and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This project will fund two objectives: 1) to assess green infrastructure alternatives and 2) development of water-related elements of an Alaska Climate Change Adaptation Strategy. This grant allows the Department to meet the statutory 40% pass-through requirement.
$236,90007/01/200912/31/2011
96001201AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC X-960012-01

This project is a cotinuation of an existing fish safety baseline study conducted by ADEC. This project has four major phases: 1) chemical analysis of fish samples collected in 2004, 2) collection and chemical analysis of fish samples that will be collected in 2005, 3) analytical data assessment and analysis, and 4) transimittal of the data to DHSS for assitance with data interpretation.
$994,10007/01/200406/30/2008
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
00J70301AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT

In Alaska, 205(j) grant funds are used to make the state's regulations and guidelines for the water quality standards (WQS) understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible and accepted by the public and industry as being protective of designated uses. This grant will be used to address the issues associated with the development of natural conditions and mixing zone regulations, and addressing concerns EPA may have with the adoption of the residue regulations that were submitted to EPA in 2012.
$200,00007/01/201306/30/2015
96079702AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PPG FY 2012

This grant provides continuing environmental program funding for the continued planning; development; implementation; and maintance of ADEC's Air Program. Primary goals include prevention and control of air pollution and implementatiion and attainment of air quality standards. The grant also funds a program for the education, outreach, prevention, and control of radon.
$2,757,39007/01/201006/30/2012
00087507AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2007

This grant will fund the Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). ADEC is responsible for oversight of the third party inspection program which runs a 3-year inspection cycle of all regulated USTs in Alaska. In addition, ADEC provides technical assistance and outreach to owners and operators.
$186,50007/01/200606/30/2007
00087515AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST GRANT FY 15

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$292,78507/01/201406/30/2015
00J53901AK Dept of Environ ConservBEACH GRANT =-PHASE XII

The applicant will implement a beach monitoring and public notification program for Alaska 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.
$150,00010/01/201206/30/2015
00J68802AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND

State review and comment on Superfund remedial investigation/feasibility study (RI/FS) for Salt Chuck Mine Superfund Site, Prince of Wales, Alaska.
$5,00007/01/201406/30/2015
97055508AK Dept of Environ ConservSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

FY12 Superfund Core Program for State of Alaska, Department of Environment of Environmental Conservation (ADEC).

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$103,12107/01/201106/30/2012
02000106AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$5,193,90009/01/200606/30/2011
97056901AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - ALASKA RURAL AND NATIVE VILLAGES

Design, planning and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the recipient's Statement of Work will be accomplished by these funds. Procedures to be followed are identified in the Village Safe Water Procedures Manual.
$40,747,90007/01/200306/30/2010
00087508AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2008

This grant provides support to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) for the State's Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program to prevent releases of petroleum to the environment, from regulated tanks. These functions include the following: 1) maintaining the third-party inspection program by inspector audits, UST facility spot checks, and issuing tags for facilities in compliance; 2) Maintaining tank worker certification in conjunction with the Division of Occupational Licensing; 3) providing technical assistance to owners and operators of UST systems; 4) tracking the status of USTs and facilities; 5) Working towards the Implementation of the Energy Act Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA) requirements.
$344,11207/01/200706/30/2008
97055505AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$141,45307/01/200806/30/2009
97019601AK Dept of Environ ConservOPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT GRANT

To provide funding to state primacy agencies for reimbursement of the costs of training first time small water system operators, including an appropriate per diem for unsalaried operators, and certification for persons operating community and nontransient noncommunity public water systems serving 3,300 persons or fewer.
$1,276,80007/01/200106/30/2010
96091101AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES (ANV) PROGRAM FY2009

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaskan communities and Alaska Native Villages
$15,037,79007/01/200906/30/2014
02000112AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$8,444,00007/01/201209/30/2017
00032620AK Dept of Environ ConservWWT OPERATOR TRAINING UNDER 104(G)(1) PUBLIC LAW 95-217

This grant will provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.
$20,20007/01/200706/30/2009
99098705AK Dept of Environ ConservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This grant will provide funding to the State of Alaska to implement and administer the State of Alaska�s Non Point Source Management Program and other water quality programs for the prevention and reduction of water pollution. The grant will fund State of Alaska water quality management, planning, assessment & monitoring activities, water quality permit and control activities, water quality compliance and assistance activities, water body protection activities, and waterbody restoration activities.
$13,390,51007/01/200406/30/2007
02000108AK Dept of Environ ConservCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To provide low cost loans for important local water quality projects selected through Alaska's integrated planning and priority setting process. These loans will be issued to governmental and quasi-governmental entities for the planning and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and projects related to the reduction and/or prevention of pollution from surface water runoff as well as groundwater impacts.
$4,013,80007/01/200806/30/2013
96093001AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

In Alaska, 205(j) grant funds are used to make the state's regulations and guidelines for the water quality standards (WQS) understandable, reasonable, scientifically defensible and accepted by the public and industry as being protective of designated uses. During the past grant period (FFY 2009) the Department completed several WQS regulatory project objectives. These include completing guidance documents for mixing zones and for residues which have been submitted to EPA for their review.
$100,00007/01/200906/30/2010
99087914AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; and 4) maintain laboratory standards.
$472,84907/01/201106/30/2012
97023701AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA INVENTORY OF COASTAL RECREATIONAL WATERS

Continue development and begin implementation phase for EPA-approved state or locally-delegated BEACH Program. Applicant must be implementing the collection and reporting of bacterial water quality data during the 2007 season. A public notification system will be implemented during the 2007 season. Before this grant revision's project start date of 10/1/06, the applicant must meet the BEACH Program Implementation Grant requirements in FR70(59), 3/29/05.
$660,17812/15/200109/30/2008
97055511AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SF CORE PROGRAM

FY15 Superfund (SF) Core Program for State of Alaska, Department of Environment of Environmental Conservation (ADEC).

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.

This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$112,50007/01/201406/30/2015
99087911AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; and 4) maintain laboratory standards.
$409,49007/01/200806/30/2009
00J79501AK Dept of Environ ConservREGIONAL WETLANDS PROGRAM

The State of Alaska, Department of Environmental Conservation, project to Develop an Alaska Wetland Program Plan (WPP) and Building Capacity for Wetlands Monitoring, Assessment, and Developing Regulatory Approaches is recommended to be funded to accomplish one of the three proposed project tasks: The WPP development will: form a state agency wetlands program development work group, create a wetlands program workshop, and developing an initial WPP which focuses on core elements of monitoring/assessment and regulatory approaches, with the goal of demonstrating the State�s capacity to assume the CWA 404 program.
$98,31710/01/201306/30/2015
96036605AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES 2011

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$303,51307/01/201006/30/2011
00J63201AK Dept of Environ ConservAKMAP 2012 ARCTIC COASTAL PLAIN LAKES, AS PART OF EPA'S 2012 NATL. LAKES ASSESSMENT.

This project will conduct a lakes assessment in the eco-region of the Arctic Coastal Plain (ACP) focused within the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Agency�s (EPA) 2012 National Lakes Assessment (NLA).
$248,27608/01/201206/30/2014
97055502AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

This project will identify sites in the State of Alaska affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs).
$193,40707/01/200506/30/2006
00J68801AK Dept of Environ ConservKASAAN AND THORN BAY, ALASKA

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The site is Salt Chuck Mine Superfund Site.
$30,00001/16/201309/30/2013
97086401AK Dept of Environ ConservDEVELOPING SOUND SNOW DISPOSAL PRACTICES AND A BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION ANALYSIS

This grant is to support the development of Best Management Practices for Snow Disposal in Alaska in order to reduce water pollution. It also supports the development of a Biological Evaluation to assure that Alaska's revised water quality standards are protective of species protected by the Endangered Species Act and Essential Fish Habitat Consultation Act.
$150,08007/01/200406/30/2006
00032619AK Dept of Environ ConservWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

Provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.

$20,10007/01/200606/30/2007
99087906AK Dept of Environ ConservLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) TRUST FUND

This amendment will give ADEC the ability to expedite the clean-up process for low-risk sites, thus allowing redevelopment of sites.
$507,96207/01/200306/30/2004
00087505AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2005

This grant provides continuing support ot the Alaska DEC Underground Storage Tank program. The primary goal of the program to prevent petroleum spills from underground storage tank systems.

This amendment provides the incremental funding necessary to fully fund the previously awarded grant.
$187,00007/01/200406/30/2005
83423701AK Dept of Environ ConservFY09 EXCHANGE NETWORK-ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation�s (DEC) project will address infrastructure with the upgrade of the existing Windsor Node to 2.0 or the implementation of a new Node 2.0. Also as part of infrastructure, at least two and up to seven data flows will be implemented in Node 2.0. The proposed project also includes significant Mentoring, Planning, and Training for the high number of new staff members which comprise Alaska�s Exchange Network project team. This may include travel to a model state for mentoring, travel to Exchange Network annual conferences, travel within the State of Alaska for planning purposes and/or other training activities including potentially bringing mentors on-site.
$100,00009/01/200908/31/2011
00J28601AK Dept of Environ ConservAKMAP - ARCTIC COASTAL PLAIN/NATIONAL PETROLEUM RESERVE WETLAND ASSESSMENT.

This amendment will add funds to support EPA contract laboratory in-kind services. This project will conduct wetlands assessment in the eco-regional of the Arctic Coastal Plain (ACP) focused within the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska in conjunction with the EPA�s 2011 National Wetlands Assessment under the National Aquatic Resource Survey Program. The initial scope is to assess 50 base sites (26 sites funded by EPA part b funding and 24 sites funded by other participant support) over an area of approximately 40,000 km2.
$286,02207/01/201006/30/2012
96036606AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES 2011-12

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$302,21307/01/201106/30/2012
97055605AK Dept of Environ ConservFEDERAL FY2007 STATE AND TRIBAL PROGRAM GRANT

This agreement provides funding for the State of Alaska for a response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites in the state; 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.


This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$469,33107/01/200706/30/2008
99087915AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC LUST SFY13

The project will help support the State's efforts to clean up contaminated sites produced by Leaking Underground Storage Tanks. Activities include: 1) oversight of site cleanup; 2) manage information and respond to public requests; 3) recover and reuse cleanup costs; and 4) maintain laboratory standards.
$480,52407/01/201206/30/2013
00J75601AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2013 VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and the Alaska Native Villages.
$6,699,94709/01/201306/30/2016
97055607AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC RESPONSE PROGRAM

This agreement provides funding to the State of Alaska for a response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites in the state; 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.
$617,50007/01/200906/30/2010
83307501AK Dept of Environ ConservFY06 EXCHANGE NETWORK-ALASKA DEPT OF ENV CONS

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will enhance data flows through their established node and use a Tamino Extensible Markup Language (XML) database to improve efficiency and scalability.
$500,00008/01/200603/31/2009
96036603AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES 09

During the project period, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
This award provides full funding for the EPA portion of the approved project costs.
Please see Programmatic term and condition #2 concerning disposition of program income.
$287,24907/01/200806/30/2009
96086901AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA MONITORING & ASSESSMENT PROGRAM YUKON RIVER SYNOPTIC ASSESSMENT

To Implement the Yukon River Assessment Project. Building upon previous studies of US Geological Survey (USGS), Department of Environmental Conservation [DEC] and the Yukon Inter-tribal Wastershed Council (YRITWC) propose a basin wide assessment focused on the Yukon River. DEC will partner with others, such as USGS, YRITWC, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the University of Alaska, and the National Park Service (NPS) to meet the challenge of assessing this area. DEC's scope is to assess 50 base sites with coverage on Yukon River for an area of approximately 550 river miles.
$248,27606/01/200906/30/2013
00J16001AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is for the development and construction of water and wastewater systems to improve the health and sanitation conditions in rural Alaska communities and Alaska Native Villages.
$3,634,70006/15/201006/30/2014
96018201AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Implement State of Alaska Water Quality Standards (WQS) activities. Plan and review selected WQS topics, participate in ESA and EFH consultations, coordinate with EPA. Ensure that the State of Alaska's WQSs and guidances are understandable, reasonable, and scientifically defensible.
$200,00007/01/200506/30/2007
00044010AK Dept of Health & Soc SvcsADHSS INDOOR RADON

Grantee will raise awareness and educate the public about radon hazards and radon reduction by maintaining a radon hotline, providing free radon test kits, newsletter and a booth in home shows. In addition, studies will be conducted on how climate can affect the indoor radon level. Results will be included in newsletters.
$60,96807/01/200506/30/2006
00J69301AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionALASKA OIL & GAS CONSERV. COMM

Underground Injection Control Program. Through this grant the Alaska Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$124,00007/01/201306/30/2014
00032006AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionAK OIL & GAS UIC FY05

Underground Injection Control Program
Through this grant the Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget, and provides full funding for the EPA share of approved costs.
$126,90007/01/200506/30/2006
00032008AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionAK UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM FOR CLASS LL UIC WELLS

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska
$127,21707/01/200706/30/2008
00032009AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska
$126,50007/01/200806/30/2009
00J69302AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionSTATE OF ALASKA UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in Alaska.
$128,00007/01/201406/30/2015
00J59001AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionPROTECTION OF UNDERGROUND SOURCES OF DRINKING WATER

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$130,00007/01/201206/30/2013
00J23601AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionALASKA UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$130,00007/01/201006/30/2011
96097801AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionALASKA UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Underground Injection Control Program
Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$131,00007/01/200906/30/2010
00J41801AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionPROTECTION OF UNDERGROUND SOURCES OF DRINKING WATER

Underground Injection Control Program
Through this grant the Alaska Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$130,00007/01/201106/30/2012
00032007AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$131,70007/01/200606/30/2007
00F61701Akansas Construction Education Foundation Inc.AR- CONSTRUCTION EDU.FOUN.ENV.JOB TRAIN. FY12-15

This project provides funding for the Arkansas Construction Education Foundation to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of central 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 wastewater management and chemical safety.
$200,00010/01/201209/30/2015
00J48301Akiachak Native CommunityAKIACHAK NATIVE COMMUNITY-HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

Funds will carry out a Yup'ik community regional household hazardous waste collection and backhaul program; this includes Akiachak, Tulusak, Akiak and Kwethluk.
$72,00010/01/201109/30/2014
96060501Akiachak Native CommunitySOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE

Develop pre-construction work necessary for a compliant landfill, provide disposal site access for safe waste disposal and stage the wastes at new compliant facility site, and develop center for high public participation to reduce public health risks.
$174,82010/01/200701/31/2010
97098501Akiachak Native CommunityOPEN DUMP CLEAN UP PROJECT FOR AKIACHAK NATIVE COMMUNITY

This grant supports the characterization and assessment of the existing village dump and the village's solid waste management overall. It also supports the development of an Integrated Solid Waste Management plan that is sustainable and involves community participation.
$144,84506/01/200506/30/2007
98082201Akiachak Native CommunityCONSTRUCTION OF CUMMUNITY WATER MAINS FOR THE AKIACHAK TRIBE

This grant is for $320,000 of In-Kind Assistance. As requested, funding will be provided to Alaska Area Indian Health Services through Inter-Agency Agreement No. DW 75-95735201-0 between EPA and IHS to provide the facilities as described in the Tribe's application. It is anticipated that IHS will contribute $943,000 of support to this project.
$320,00010/01/200008/01/2006
00J74201Akiachak Native CommunityINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

To build environmental capacity of the tribal community, improve capacity to administer EPA grants, participate in environmental training, conduct an assessment of disposal and shipment options for recycling and look for funding for collection and shipment of household hazardous wastes, continue recycling and used oil program.
$250,00010/01/201309/30/2015
96007701Akiachak Native CommunityINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Akiachak Native Community will accomplish the following during FY08 and FY09: build grant writing capacity, participate in the Kuskokwim Watershed Council, obtain all required paperwork for a new soild waste site, recycling alumunium, shipping out lead acid batteries, used oil collection, collect household hazardous waste, and conduct education and outreach on indoor air quality.
$499,22610/01/200509/30/2009
96083701Akiachak Native CommunityMIDDLE KUSKOKWIM CONSORTIUM RESPONSE PROGRAM MANAGED BY AKIACHAK NATIVE COMMUNITY

This agreement provides funding for establishment of the Middle Kuskokwim Consortium response program, a coalition of three federally recognized tribes: Akiachak Native Community, Native Village of Akiak, and Native Village of Tuluksuk. This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful opportunities for public involvement;and, mechanisms for approval a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$143,18010/01/200812/31/2009
96092101Akiachak Native CommunityINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Under the IGAP award the Tribe will build environmental capacity by: maintaining office and staff development-training, researching and developing an Emergency Response plan, continue working on cleaning up the community and freeing it from hazardouse waste by having a recycling program and educating the youth about environmental issues and incorporating them into the recycyling outreach efforts. Completing these components will lead to a community with improved human health and cleaner environment.
$355,00010/01/200909/30/2013
96083702Akiachak Native CommunityAKIACHAK RP

This program will include timely survey and inventory of brownfields sites; 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 of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses; and, maintain and make available to the public a record of sites addressed and proposed to be addressed by the state cleanup program.
Full EPA funding is provided.
$001/01/201009/30/2010
00J35701Akiak Native CommunityINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Continue building IGAP staff capacity to manage environmental programs, improve solid/hazardous waste management in the community, resource extraction research and training, and research the use of alternative/renewable energy and its viability for use in the village.
$500,00010/01/201109/30/2015
83104401Akwesasne Task Force on the EnvironmentREDUCING RISK BY RESTORING RELATIONSHIPS-

To transfer expertise about environmental risk and cultural practices to teachers, students and Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force (HETF) staff responsible for environmental management through hands-on training sessions and direct interactions.
$450,00004/01/200403/31/2008
97495203AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPESTICIDES ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (PESP)

NEW AWARD - Strategic Implementation of Integrated Pesticide Management (IPM) in Schools - Utilize a statewide coalition, to reduce pesticide use and possible exposure, coordinate and partner program initiation, implementation and evaluation of IPM in the public school environment in the Auburn City School System, the three pilot schools in Mobile County, the Geneva County School System, and the city Alexander City School System.
$40,00010/01/200309/30/2005
98408811AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $97,098 to the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries� comprehensive program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement to prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$1,625,94510/01/201009/30/2013
97495203AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPESTICIDES ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM (PESP)

NEW AWARD - Strategic Implementation of Integrated Pesticide Management (IPM) in Schools - Utilize a statewide coalition, to reduce pesticide use and possible exposure, coordinate and partner program initiation, implementation and evaluation of IPM in the public school environment in the Auburn City School System, the three pilot schools in Mobile County, the Geneva County School System, and the city Alexander City School System.
$40,00010/01/200309/30/2005
98408809AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $437,552 to support the State�s comprehensive pesticide program. Registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement will prevent unnecessary exposure to humans, the land, and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$1,157,54010/01/200809/30/2010
98408806AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - PESTICIDES

To provide funds for a comprehensive program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement which will prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$538,81510/01/200509/30/2006
98408805AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - PESTICIDES

A comprehensive State of Alabama program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement will prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$605,41510/01/200409/30/2005
98408814AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $127,174 to the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI). Funds will be used towards a comprehensive program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement to prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements.
$519,68610/01/201309/30/2016
98408804AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - PESTICIDES

This action will provide the remaining $322,890 (60%) of the FY 2004 allocation to support activities under Alabama's PPG. This action reflects a congressionally-directed rescission of $3,207 (.0059) based on their initial FY 2004 allocation of $543,496. This grant supports activities under Alabama's PPG, and will maintain and strengthen the State's comprehensive pesticide regulatory program.
$515,28810/01/200309/30/2004
98408807AL Dept of Agriculture and IndustriesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT - PESTICIDES

Funding is provided for a comprehensive program of registration, labeling, training, certification, inspections and enforcement which will prevent unnecessary exposure to humans and the land and water by ensuring that pesticides are used and disposed of in the manner specified on each product. Inspections and enforcement will deter non-compliance with product requirements. Furthermore, workers themselves will be protected from workplace exposure through implementation of training and certification programs and the use of inspections and enforcement. In addition, a variety of endangered and other species will be protected through implementation of protection measures for each pesticide.
$1,163,88910/01/200609/30/2008
00450503AL Dept of Environmental ManagementUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (REGULATORY)

Increase of funds (Completion of Partial) to assist the State in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective state-run UST regulatory program for the prevention, detection, and correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum and hazardous substances.
$186,67510/01/200209/30/2003
97455102AL Dept of Environmental ManagementOPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT GRANT (ERG) PROGRAM

NEW AWARD - To provide reimbursement for the costs of training, including an appropriate per diem for unsalaried operators and certification for persons operating systems serving 3,300 persons or fewer that are required to undergo training pursuant to SDWA 1419(d). Refer to approved application and workplan dated 5/15/02.
$11,00007/01/200206/30/2005
99469909AL Dept of Environmental ManagementNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION



This action approves an award in the amount of $3,788,400 to the State of Alabama for the implementation of programs and projects designed to reduce nonpoint source pollution to achieve and maintain beneficial use of water. Activities include technical and financial assistance, education, training, technology transfer, demonstration projects, and programs to monitor and assess of projects related to controlling nonpoint source pollution.
$3,788,40010/01/200809/30/2014
97473703AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This grant is amended to allow the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to administer (in accordance with the work plan negotiated between EPA and ADEM) the construction phase of wastewater and drinking water projects that received Special Appropriation funding.
$2,628,60003/01/200302/28/2016
00474705AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING - SECT 205(J), 604(B)

To assist States, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities.
$274,12910/01/200409/30/2005
95428009AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Alabama to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will provide long term public health and economic benefit, preserve and create jobs, and promote economic recovery.
$19,500,00007/01/200909/30/2012
96464611AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $3,364,493 to the State of Alabama for its 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 EPA on the environment in the State, restore brownfields to productive use, promote conservation of natural resources and sustainability, protect citizens from Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) contamination, and implement non-point source management plan to protect water quality on a watershed basis.
$13,274,68110/01/201009/30/2015
95472711AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND THE AGING

ADEM's project has three main purposes. First, to identify, remove and properly dispose of waste priority and toxic chemicals located in public schools. Secondly, to provide awareness training to the school faculty and administrators including district administrators and science specialists. Third, to encourage schools to alter their current science curriculum to incorporate microscale or small-scale chemistry and/or participate in the Alabama Science in Motion program (ASiM). Participating in the ASiM would relieve the schools from buying and storing toxic school chemicals.
$35,00011/18/201012/31/2012
97442002AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

This action approves an increase in the award in the amount of $773,605, to assist the State of Alabama in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank program for the correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum.
$3,188,43704/03/200209/30/2005
00474706AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING SECTIONS 205(J) & 604(B)

This project is for water quality monitoring of surface waters. The data collected will be used to identify pollutants of concern, impaired waters, and to prepare 305(b) reports. This information will assist the State of Alabama, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations, and Interstate Organizations in carrying out activities in the areas of water quality planning, water quality standards, and administration that lay the groundwork for protection and restoration of water resources.
$390,78710/01/200509/30/2008
96450506AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND PROGRAM

This recommendation approves the amount of $1,264,397 to assist the State of Alabama in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for the remediation of leaking USTs containing petroleum.
$8,079,86007/01/200609/30/2012
95484712AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION & INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC AGREEMENT

This action approves an award in the amount of $365,223 the State of Alabama to fund activities in the State of Alabama that will improve or enhance the state's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, site investigations and site assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse.
$1,093,52310/01/201109/30/2013
96487208AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS


This action approves funding in the amount of $148,758 to the State of Alabama which will improve or enhance the State�s ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties and provide support to the State to implement CERCLA to insure that contaminated state lands are remediated and made available for reuse.
$228,97210/01/200709/30/2009
97420207AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES

Funding is provided to promote and encourage superior environmental performance by the regulated community and will strengthen and improve the State's multi-media pollution prevention efforts. The funding will enable the State to provide technical assistance for businesses and to recognize business leaders in multi-media pollution prevention.
$65,00010/01/200609/30/2008
95460210AL Dept of Environmental ManagementBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $200,000 to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management to conduct inventory, characterize and assess Brownfields sites that may be contaminated with petroleum substances. The recipient will carry out community involvement and other activities that encourage revitalization of Brownfields sites.
$200,00007/01/201006/30/2013
96464608AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

Partial funding is provided to support the Alabama Department of Environmental Management's (ADEM) efforts to protect its citizens & the environment by reducing air pollution, improving surface and ground water quality, reducing hazardous waste & improving waste management, preserving drinking water quality and protecting its sources, restoring brownfields to safe use, and improving the exchange of and access to environmental information.
$9,106,44110/01/200709/30/2008
97496904AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND PROGRAM

This action approves the completion of the award in the amount of $1,222,681 to assist the State of Alabama in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank program for the correction of leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum.
$2,912,68110/01/200309/30/2008
99469905AL Dept of Environmental ManagementNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION SECTION 319(H)

Implementation of programs and projects designed to reduce nnpoint source pollution to achieve and maintain beneficial use of water. Activities include technical and financial assistance, education, training, technology transfer, demonstration projects, and programs to monitor and assess of projects related to controlling nonpint source pollution. Funding is provided to manage and implement the state of Alabama's Nonpoint Source Program.
$3,935,10010/01/200409/30/2011
98447209AL Dept of Environmental ManagementDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $8,146,000 to fund Alabama's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help to provide clean, safe, drinking water and to protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$8,146,00007/01/200909/30/2013
98447202AL Dept of Environmental ManagementDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

NEW AWARD - To assist public water systems to finance the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements to protect public health. Refer to approved application and IUP dated 3/6/02.
$8,052,50007/03/200203/31/2007
96495408AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter in the State of Alabama.
$4,168,21404/01/200803/31/2015
95444509AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE AND INDIAN TRIBE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $115,344 to the State of Alabama to fund activities that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment. These funds will allow the State to conduct non-site specific activities such as program management and supervision necessary to direct the State's program and ensure the State's abilities to participate in all aspects of CERCLA implementation.
$384,48010/01/200909/30/2011
00D03013AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an EPA In-Kind award to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for the FY2013 Rivers and Streams Assessment. ADEM will use the funding to build capacity in their Water Monitoring Programs by undertaking a number of activities which 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.
$256,00002/01/201212/30/2015
97420209AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES STATES


This action approves an award in the amount of $40,000 to the state of Alabama to support its efforts to re-establish its pollution prevention program, build program infrastructure, and target a small business sector for initial outreach and technical assistance to promote beyond compliance stewardship.
$40,00010/01/200909/30/2010
96464613AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT PROGRAM SUPPORT

The PPG supports 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 EPA on the environment in the State, restore brownfields to productive use, promote conservation of natural resources and sustainability, protect citizens from PCB contamination, and implement non-point source management plan to protect water quality on a watershed basis.
$12,012,39810/01/201209/30/2015
00D08713AL Dept of Environmental ManagementREGIONAL WETLANDS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

This action approves an award in the amount of $299,996 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for enhancement to the Alabama Water Quality Assessment & Monitoring Data Repository (ALAWADR) Database using Region 4 Open Architecture Multi-State Configurable System (MSCS).
$299,99610/01/201310/01/2016
95411108AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This recommendation approves the funding in the amount of $723,000 requested to further assist the State of Alabama in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for meeting the provisions of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$6,796,00010/01/200709/30/2014
01000110AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $22,783,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Alabama 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..
$22,783,00007/30/201009/30/2014
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
00D15013AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $1,122,000 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to assist in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for the remediation of leaking USTs containing petroleum in the state.
$1,122,00010/01/201209/30/2015
00401006AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106 (SURFACE WATER)

This assistance agreement funds the state of Alabama continuing environmental program to protect surface water by establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of pollutants to surface waters. The areas of support will be water quality monitoring, water quality standards, total maximum daily loading/planning, water permitting, and water enforcement.
$2,881,10010/01/200509/30/2006
00401004AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106

This action is to increase the grant to reflect the final budget allotment for FY04 106. This will bring the total for FY04 to $2,911,200. In addition the State has requested a carry over from FY03 funds in the amount of $1,058,927. This will bring the total grant to $3,970,127.
$3,555,60610/01/200309/30/2004
01000108AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $7,585,900 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Alabama 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.
$7,585,90007/30/200809/30/2012
83310301AL Dept of Environmental ManagementFY06 EXCHANGE NETWORK - ALABAMA DEPT ENV MGMT

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management will implement an e-DMR and NPDES data management system based on the Michigan NPDES Management system. The implementation will greatly increase the volume of data provided to EPA over the Exchange Network.
$500,00008/01/200607/31/2008
98499900AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCWA SECTION 104(B)(3) WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

This action approves a TIME EXTENSION of the project and budget period from 8/1/03 to 2/1/04.
$314,07008/01/200002/01/2004
01000106AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND (CWSRF)

This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing capitalization grant funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use the capitalization funds to make loans for waste water infrastructure. These loans will help help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$9,790,70007/01/200609/30/2010
00460808AL Dept of Environmental ManagementTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING

Partial funding is provided in the amount of $75,000, to assist in developing and enhancing comprehensive toxic substance enforcement programs for Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), and sector specific multi-media enforcement efforts, thereby reducing the public health risks of PCB exposure, which is a known carcinogen. The project includes conducting PCB compliance inspections, and, if necessary, drafting and developing enforcement related case information that will assist EPA in conducting follow-up enforcement.
$235,80110/01/200709/30/2009
96409804AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCERCLA SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (SACA)

This assistance agreement provides funding to the State of Alabama which will improve or enhance the state's ability to control risks to human health and/ or the environment at contaminated properties by allowing the State to provide technical and management assistance to EPA at National Priorities List (NPL), NPL caliber and Federal sites of interest in Alabama in the form of document reviews and comments, consultations, meeting attendance and field inspections during remedial response actions.
$281,98010/01/200409/30/2007
00D21714AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $160,000 to support Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for development and implementation of a Monitoring Strategy to include Strategy update and revision, program development and training, coordination with other programs, statistically valid statewide assessments, indicator development and training, technique development and training, database development, data migration to STORET, and database training.
$160,00005/01/201412/31/2016
95409208AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT

The project will involve the retrofitting of heavy duty fleet vehicles in areas of the state that are currently designated nonattainment or have monitored pollution concentrations approaching the national ambient air quality standards. The vehicles to be retrofitted include: on-road and nonroad diesel vehicles and equipment and locomotive yard switchers. These vehicles will be equipped with emission control devices and idling reduction units. Specifically Fleets of Phoenix City, and in the City of Montgomery will be retrofitted with diesel particulate filters or diesel oxidation catalyst.
$858,70910/01/200809/30/2012
95484714AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION & INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves funding in the amount of $90,135 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to funds activities in the State that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, investigations and assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse.
$248,70910/01/201309/30/2015
97497106AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106 (GROUND WATER)

To provide funding to support the statewide ground water protection programs, activities such as establishing water quality standards, monitoring water quality, permitting, planning and enforcement.
$508,40010/01/200509/30/2006
99469907AL Dept of Environmental ManagementNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION - SECTION 319 (H)

This action approves an award in the amount of $3,777,000 to the State of Alabama for the State�s Nonpoint Source Program. Funds will be used to provide technical assistance; conduct assessment and monitoring; data collection; education and outreach training; and support programs designed to achieve and maintain beneficial uses of water.
$3,777,00010/01/200609/30/2011
00429105AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

To ensure that water systems comply with the National Drinking Water Regulations, specifically adopting State regulations, developing and maintaining water system inventory and database, compliance & enforcement of regulations.
$908,20010/01/200409/30/2005
96464614AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

This action approves an award to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to support the State's efforts in reducing air pollution, improving water quality through permitting/ enforcement and compliance efforts, reducing hazardous waste, improving waste management, preserving underground drinking water sources, and returning Brownfields safely to productive use.
$11,986,88110/01/201309/30/2017
96464607AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Performance Partnership Grant funding supports the State's efforts to protect its citizens & the environment by reducing air pollution, improving surface and ground water quality, reducing hazardous waste & improving waste management, & preserving drinking water quality and sources.
$9,320,83010/01/200609/30/2007
83242901AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL COASTAL ASSESSMENT

This project will assess the conditions of Alabama's coastal waters over a 2-year period using survey designs, methods, quality assurance, and data analysis tools developed by NCA. Implementation of 2-year state-specific surveys will build the state's capacity to conduct assessments of their coastal waters and will contribute a national assessment of coastal waters.
$200,00007/30/200512/31/2007
95493611AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action provides funding in the amount of $173,200 to the State of Alabama's Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to build capacity in their water 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.
$173,20006/01/201212/31/2014
00435106AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE UNDERGROUND WATER SOURCE PROTECTION (UIC)

To provide funding for the continued implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) through permitting, inventory, inspections and enforcement which will ensure that underground sources of drinking water are protected to provide safe drinking water for the public.
$138,19210/01/200509/30/2006
98447211AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $11,674,000 to the State of Alabama to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities. Alabama will provide low interest loans for the construction of public water supply facilities. The goal is to protect the public health and the environment and promote the completion of cost effective water treatment, storage, and distribution facilities.
$11,674,00009/01/201109/30/2015
95428309AL Dept of Environmental ManagementBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This award provides American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for clean up of hazardous substance contaminants and petroleum at Brownfields Revolving Loan sites. 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.
$930,00010/01/200909/30/2012
83348701AL Dept of Environmental ManagementFY07 EXCHANGE NETWORK - ALABAMA DEPT ENV MGMT

The purpose of Alabama's FY2007 Exchange Network project is to leverage hardware and software infrastructure funded by the FY2003, FY2005 and FY2006 Exchange Network grants by achieving the following goals:1) Implement a secure, internet and XML-based electronic permitting application for the Construction Stormwater NPDES permitting program. 2) Integrate the electronic permitting application with Alabama's NPDES Management System (NMS/E2), the Department-wide database that manages all NPDES data. 3) Create a flow of NPDES permit, limits, inspection and compliance data in XML format from NMS/E2 over Alabama's node to EPA's PCS-ICIS system through the EPA Exchange Network.
$242,36008/01/200707/31/2009
01000114AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $15,678,000 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to improve water quality on a watershed basis. Funding will enable the State to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and non point source pollution prevention.
$15,678,00007/01/201406/30/2018
97420205AL Dept of Environmental ManagementALDEM POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR STATES

Build the State's capacity to assist businesses and industries in identifying better environmental strategies for complying with environmental regulations and to improve business competitiveness without increasing environmental impacts. These funds enable the State to provide technical assistance, training, outreach, education, regulatory integration, data collection, research, demonstration projects, and recognition programs.
$94,63310/01/200409/30/2005
97484203AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSECTION 128(A) STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

Funding is being provided to the State of Alabama to establish and enhance the State's response programs and to conduct other activities to address assessment, cleanup and redevelopment of brownfields sites and other sites with actual or perceived contamination.
$3,950,62607/01/200312/31/2007
00D16513AL Dept of Environmental ManagementBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

ADEM will continue to monitor beach sites and other similar points of access to coastal waters for enterococci bacteria consistent with the frequencies specified in the grant�s workplan. ADEM will transmit all data (Monitoring-water quality, Notification-advisory, and Locational-georeference information) to EPA's BEACON system.
$502,00010/01/201309/30/2015
95489511AL Dept of Environmental ManagementALABAMA PRYOR FIELD AMBIENT AIR MONITORING STUDY SECTION 103

This action approves an award in the amount of $50,401 for the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to conduct a one year ambient air monitoring study for lead once every six days at the Pryor Field Regional Airport in Limestone County, Alabama. The monitoring study will be conducted as part of the ADEM's ambient air monitoring network. The information collected in the this study will inform the Alabama's residents about the air quality around the airport.
$50,40110/01/201103/31/2013
96464609AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS


This action approves a partial award in the amount of $900,364 to support the State's efforts to reduce air and water pollution, improve air, surface and ground water quality, ensure safe public drinking water supplies for citizens, preserve underground drinking water sources, reduce waste and manage waste disposal more effectively from creation to disposal, provide information to the public on the environment in the State, and promote the restoration of brownfields to productive use and conservation of natural resources.
$8,692,79810/01/200809/30/2009
00460807AL Dept of Environmental ManagementTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING

This project is to assist in developing and enhancing comprehensive toxic substance enforcement programs for Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), and sector specific multi-media enforcement efforts, thereby reducing the public health risks of PCB exposure, which is a known carcinogen. The project includes conducting PCB compliance inspections, and, if necessary, drafting and developing enforcement related case information that will assist EPA in conducting follow-up enforcement.
$130,66710/01/200609/30/2007
83134601AL Dept of Environmental ManagementENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANT PROGRAM

The goal of the National Environmental Information Exchange Grant Program is to advance the Environmental Information Exchange Network (Network) and State and other partners data integration efforts.
$500,00008/01/200312/31/2006
00400905AL Dept of Environmental ManagementHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (RCRA)

To continue existing program obligations ensuring the safe management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste and cleaning up hazardous and non-hazardous releases. A redirection towards materials management and energy issues, using analytical tools and increased efforts regarding solid waste and checmicals reduction.
$2,627,52110/01/200409/30/2005
83324201AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWASTE SCHOOL CHEMICALS REMOVAL & EDUCATION PROJECT

This amendment will provide funding for additional high schools in Alabama that have requested assistance with the disposal of their waste school chemicals.
$49,00010/01/200609/30/2010
01000105AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This grant is to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans for wastewater infrastructure. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production.
$12,049,29007/01/200509/30/2009
96405704AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER/WASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

The grantee and subgrantees will conduct, over three years, at least 400 courses for wastewater and drinking water treatment plant operators as part of the continuing need for operator certification and recertification. Locations chosen for training will be geographically spread over the state so that all operators will be within approximately a 50 mile drive to a site.
$1,888,30001/22/200501/21/2008
00400105AL Dept of Environmental ManagementAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM - SECT 105

This agreement funds State of Alabama's ongoing program to protect air quality so that it achieves established ambient air standards and protects human health. The program includes ambient air monitoring and various other activities to reduce or control air pollutants such as ozone, particulate matter, regional haze, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and mercury.
$1,228,81310/01/200409/30/2005
97467102AL Dept of Environmental ManagementBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

New Award. This action approves an award in the amount of $1,000,000 to empower urban communities to assess, cleanup, and sustainable reuse brownfields. The State will also provide low interest loans to property owners or developers to safely cleanup brownfields.
$1,000,00010/01/200209/30/2008
97443702AL Dept of Environmental ManagementBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANTS

This is an amendment to a cooperative agreement to States and Indian Tribes to support the implementation of a microbiological testing and monitoring program of coastal recreation waters that are adjacent to beaches or similar points of access used by the public. Provides support to notify the public of the potential exposure to disease-causing microorganisms in coastal recreation waters.
$1,891,40703/01/200209/30/2009
00486801AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCERCLA, SUPERFUND (SUPPORT AGENCY)

This action approves a TIME EXTENSION of the budget and project periods from 9/30/03 to 9/30/04.
$974,41710/01/199009/30/2004
97497105AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL - SECTION 106 (GROUNDWATER)

To support the statewide ground water protection programs, activities such as establishing water quality standards, monitoring water quality, permitting, planning and enforcement.
$537,50010/01/200409/30/2005
99469906AL Dept of Environmental ManagementNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION - SECTION 319(H)

To provide funding for implementation of programs and projects designed to reduce nonpoint source pollution to achieve and maintain beneficial use of water. Activities include technical and financial assistance, education, training, technology transfer, demonstration projects, and programs to monitor and assess of projects related to controlling nonpoint source pollution.
$3,877,20010/01/200504/01/2011
98447208AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $8,146,000 to fund Alabama�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These project loans help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$8,146,00007/30/200809/30/2012
00429106AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPUBLIC WATER SUPPLY SUPERVISION PROGRAM

To provide funds to the State to ensure that water systems comply with the National Drinking Water Regulations, specifically adopting State regulations, developing and maintaining water system inventory and database, compliance and enforcement of regulations. The program's objective is to protect human health by ensuring that the Nation's water supplies are free from contamination that may pose adverse health effects.
$900,60010/01/200509/30/2006
00450505AL Dept of Environmental ManagementAL UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK FY2005

This action approves the final 2005 award of $93,337for the continued implementation and development of the Underground Storage Tank (UST) program by encouraging owners and operators to properly operate and maintain their underground storage tanks.
$186,67510/01/200409/30/2005
98447201AL Dept of Environmental ManagementDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

New Award - To assist public water systems to finance the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements to protect public health. Refer to approved application and IUP dated 3/27/01.
$9,259,50007/01/200109/30/2005
95465410AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWPC STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT - SUPPLEMENTAL MONITORING INITIATIVE

This action approves an award in the amount of $174,000 to the State of Alabama 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.
$174,00010/01/201009/30/2012
00450506AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This action approves an award of $186,675 to continue assisting the State of Alabama in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank program by encouraging owners and operators to properly operate and maintain their underground tanks.
$186,67510/01/200509/30/2006
00435105AL Dept of Environmental ManagementUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

To foster development and implementation of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$137,53010/01/200409/30/2005
95494212AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves EPA In-Kind funding in the amount of $80,000 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to participate in the National Lakes Assessment Survey to build capacity in their Water Monitoring Programs by undertaking a number of activities which 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.
$80,00002/01/201210/31/2014
01000112AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $15,803,000 to the State of Alabama to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and non point source pollution prevention. These loans help provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food production in the state.
$15,803,00007/01/201206/30/2016
95440309AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award for a total of $152,000 (federal: $95,000; EPA In-Kind $57,000) to the State of Alabama to build capacity in its 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.
$152,00007/01/200903/31/2012
95484412AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE AND INDIAN TRIBE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves funds in the amount of $101,307 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). These funds will be used by the State for activities that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment. These funds will allow the State to conduct non-site specific activities such as program management and supervision necessary to direct the State's program and ensure the State's abilities to participate in all aspects of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).
$316,78110/01/201109/30/2013
96462606AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND-GULF OF MEXICO HURRICANE FUNDING

This assistance agreement is to help protect the public health and natural resources from releases from petroleum underground storage tanks caused by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. This will involve investigating suspected releases, determining the extent of the contamination and cleaning up both soil and groundwater to appropriate levels.
$631,54210/01/200609/30/2010
97465802AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER PROTECTION COORDINATION GRANTS TO THE STATES

The State of Alabama is awarded this funding to complete activities associated with Public Law 110-117, enacted on January 10, 2002 to aid drinking water systems in the nation and in states with vulnerability assessments and emergency response plans, emergency response drills and exercises, technical assistance and expertise, and small drinking water system guidance. The States are charges with these activities, as well as creating/updating State emergency response protocols, State emergency response protocols, etc.
$579,50010/01/200209/30/2011
96473107AL Dept of Environmental ManagementMITIGATION OF HURRICANE EFFECTS ON AIR QUALITY MONITORING IN COASTAL REGIONS OF ALABAMA SECT 103

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) will purchase and install more substantial monitoring shelters that will keep the continuous monitoring equipment safe during most storms and will reduce the need to remove monitors from their sampling locations thereby avoid disruption of ambient air quality data collection.
$80,00006/11/200711/15/2009
95410008AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUCTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT


This action approves an award in the amount of $320,000 (EPA in-kind) under EPA Contract No. EP-C-004, Task Order #25 to the State of Alabama for 40 sites for lab and field analyses for the National Rivers and Streams Survey. This project provides additional funds for the state to use to enhance its monitoring program.
$320,00006/01/200809/30/2010
95424009AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This project supports water quality management planning activities that are authorized under Section 205 (j), 303 (e) and 604 (b) of the Clean Water Act and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). This initial grant award is conditional until a final workplan is submitted by the Alabama Department of Environment Management (ADEM) and approved by EPA. Depending upon decisions by ADEM and the State of Alabama, funding may be used to support regional planning organizations and interstate organizations participation in water quality management planning.
$442,60003/12/200906/30/2012
95411114AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This action approves funding in the amount of $605,000 to further assist the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM), in developing, implementing and maintaining an effective Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for meeting the provisions of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$605,00010/01/201309/30/2015
98447205AL Dept of Environmental ManagementDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The grant is to fund Alabama's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These project loans help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply.
$8,997,60007/01/200509/30/2009
96464610AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

The PPG supports the State's efforts reduce air and water pollution, improve air and surface and ground water quality, implement non-point source management plan, ensure safe public drinking water supplies and underground sources, reduce waste and improve waste management, provide information to public and EPA on the environment in the State, restore brownfields to productive use, promote conservation of natural resources, and protect citizens from PCB contamination.
$13,287,86010/01/200909/30/2015
95484414AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE & INDIAN TRIBE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves funding in the amount of $46,745 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). These funds will be used by the State for activities that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment. These funds will allow the State to conduct non-site specific activities such as program management and supervision necessary to direct its program and ensure the State's abilities to participate in all aspects of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).
$126,24110/01/201309/30/2015
95421309AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM (B)

This assistance agreement provides funding to Alabama Department of Environmental Management under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The project will retrofit up to 319 on and off-road heavy duty vehicles or pieces of equipment with emission control devices located in the Birmingham area of the Alabama Department of Transportation . This project will reduce carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and particulate matter. The applicant estimates 1.26 internal jobs and 28 jobs in the auto parts, repair and maintenance industries will be created and/or retained.
$1,730,00004/20/200909/30/2011
98447213AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves funds in the amount of $10,438,000 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for its revolving loan fund program. ADEM will use these funds to provide low interest loans for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities with the goal of protecting public health, environment and promote the completion of cost effective water treatment, storage, and distribution facilities in the state.
$10,438,00007/01/201306/30/2017
95424509AL Dept of Environmental ManagementLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST FUND PROGRAM

This agreement provides American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds as an additional financial assistance source for the recipient�s efforts to assess and clean up petroleum releases from leaking underground storage tanks (LUST) sites in Alabama. This cooperative agreement will fund several activities such as: shovel-ready projects (sites ready for assessment and cleanup) that are typically orphan or abandoned sites, where the owners/operators of the sites are unknown or unable to pay, of which there are approximately 200,000 in the U.S., and staff management and oversight activities that will leverage additional clean-ups. The overall purpose is to clean up contaminated LUST sites effectively, maximize job creation/retention, and provide economic and environmental benefits to the citizens of Alabama.
$4,086,00007/01/200903/31/2012
01000111AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $16,511,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Alabama 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.
$16,511,00009/01/201109/30/2015
00400906AL Dept of Environmental ManagementHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT - SECTION 3011 (RCRA)

To continue existing program obligations ensuring the safe management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste and clean up of hazardous and non-hazardous releases. A redirection towards materials management and energy issues, using analytical tools and increased efforts regarding solid waste and chemicals reduction.
$1,957,85110/01/200509/30/2006
00474704AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING - SECTIONS 205(J)(1) & 604(B)

NEW AWARD - This action provides FY04 funding in the amount of $149,688 to assist the State in carrying out their water quality management planning program and carry over of unexpended FY03 funds in the amount of $148,731for a total of $298,419.
$146,00010/01/200309/30/2004
96438005AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPM2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter in the State of Alabama.
$1,650,32310/01/200503/31/2008
00D02912AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE, INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $255,444 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). ADEM will use these funds for the development and implementation of a Monitoring Strategy to include strategy update and revision, program development and training, coordination with other programs, statistically valid statewide assessments, indicator development and training, technique development and training, database development and training and data migration in the State.
$325,30006/01/201212/31/2014
00D00312AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM (B)

The project will target the Vulcraft Carrier Corporation and Church Transportation�s on-road heavy-duty diesel fleets and other municipalities with fleets of trucks that travel in areas of the State with air quality approaching the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. This project will reduce diesel emissions by implementing auxiliary powered units as an idling reduction device.
$216,19510/01/201209/30/2014
98447207AL Dept of Environmental ManagementDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Alabama. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These project loans help to provide clean, safe drinking water and to protect the water supply and the State's watersheds.
$8,229,00007/01/200709/30/2011
98447214AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $16,892,000 to the State of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for its revolving loan fund program. ADEM will use these funds to provide low interest loans for the construction of drinking water facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and drinking water related activities with the goal of protecting public health, environment and promote the completion of cost effective water treatment, storage, and distribution facilities in the state.
$16,892,00007/01/201406/30/2018
01000109AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $7,585,900 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Alabama 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.
$7,585,90007/30/200909/30/2012
95465310AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWPC STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT - WETLANDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY



This action approves an award in the amount of $184,000 (federal: $138,000; EPA In-Kind: $46,000) to the State of Alabama 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.
$184,00010/01/201009/30/2011
95427909AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to the State of Alabama to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, green infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects and program administration. The primary purposes of the agreement are to: preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery through the investment in infrastructure projects that will improve water quality and will provide long-term economic benefits.
$43,821,60006/30/200909/30/2012
97420204AL Dept of Environmental ManagementPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES

Base Program will support activities under the State P2 Action plan. These activities include: P2 Awards Program, DOD/State P2 Parnership, P2 integration, and outreach.
$85,63410/01/200309/30/2004
99469908AL Dept of Environmental ManagementNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION - SECTION 319 (H)

This action approves an award in the amount of $3,788,400 to the State of Alabama for the State�s Nonpoint Source Program. Funds will be used to provide technical assistance; conduct assessment and monitoring; data collection; outreach training; and support programs designed to achieve and maintain beneficial uses of water.
$3,788,40010/01/200709/30/2013
00400904AL Dept of Environmental ManagementAL ADEM 2004 RCRA

Hazardous Waste Management (RCRA)
To assist the State in the development and implementation of an authorized hazardous waste management program to include activities of compliance, enforcement, permitting, and corrective action. Award $1,220,363, the remainder of the FY 04 allocation. Also, award the carryover of $594,458 in unobligated FY 03 federal funds.
$2,017,90810/01/200309/30/2004
97463502AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCERCLA SUPERFUND, PA/SI

This assistance agreement funds activities in the State of Alabama that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, site investigations and site assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse.
$1,955,02410/01/200209/30/2007
00474709AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Federal funding awarded to assist the State of Alabama with implementing the Clean Water Act 604(b) Water Quality Management Planning Program. This project is to support projects proposed by regional public comprehensive planning organizations within the state. Work year efforts are projected to be funded under Section 604(b) with activities in three areas: 1) water quality planning, 2) water quality standards, and 3) administration. The data collected will be used to identify pollutants of concern, impaired waters, and to prepare 305(b) reports. This information will assist the State of Alabama, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations, and Interstate Organizations.
$966,00010/01/200809/30/2015
95444609AL Dept of Environmental ManagementSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves a partial award in the amount of $398,425 to the State of Alabama to fund activities that will improve or enhance the State�s ability to control risk to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, site investigations and site assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse. This award also provides funding for the technical and management assistance to EPA at National Priorities List (NPL), NPL caliber and Federal sites of interest in Alabama in the form of document reviews and comments, consultations, meeting attendance and field inspection during remedial response actions.
$1,271,91110/01/200909/30/2011
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