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34000105New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2005 -CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$44,034,50707/01/200506/30/2036
34000110New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY2010 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2010 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing and other types of assistance to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$83,261,00007/01/201006/30/2033
34000106New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP- FFY2006 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

A capitalization grant provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, combined sewer overflow projects. The environmental benefits that will be achieved are improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. The funds will help municipalities achieve and maintain compliance with Federal and State water quality standards.
$35,784,44107/01/200606/30/2031
34000107New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY2007 NJDEP-CWSRF CAP GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2007 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$50,776,18607/01/200706/30/2031
34000108New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP- FY2008 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2008 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$27,807,21907/01/200806/30/2031
34000109New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY09 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection FFY 2009 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grant: This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$27,807,31807/01/200906/30/2031
97810901Midvale City CorporationSUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Implementation of the Institutional Control Process Plans for the Sharon Steel and Midvale Slag Superfunds sites.
$784,69710/01/200409/30/2030
99876210SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE REVOLVING FUND DRINKING WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$13,573,00007/28/201009/30/2030
46000110SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

The funds from this award will assist the State of South Dakota with the revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$10,002,00008/04/201009/30/2030
99885010MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$10,573,00006/15/201005/31/2030
99885010MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$10,573,00006/15/201005/31/2030
99883210CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$24,074,00006/15/201005/01/2030
49000110UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH CLEAN WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$10,736,00002/10/201002/10/2030
38000108North Dakota Department of HealthCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,548,60007/01/200909/30/2029
99884610Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$13,573,00009/01/201008/31/2029
56000110Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$10,002,00009/01/201008/31/2029
99876209SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$8,146,00007/01/200907/01/2029
99884009North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00007/01/200907/01/2029
99885009MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00007/01/200906/30/2029
99876208SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$8,146,00005/15/200809/30/2028
99884609Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00008/01/200908/31/2028
56000109Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$3,274,30008/01/200908/31/2028
49000108UT Department of Environmental QualitySTATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provdes funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$3,521,70008/01/200807/01/2028
30000109MT Department of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provdes funds to assist the State of Montana to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$8,274,30005/06/200907/01/2028
99885008MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$3,146,00007/01/200806/30/2028
46000109SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$3,274,30006/15/200906/30/2028
49000109UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH CLEAN WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$3,521,60006/01/200905/01/2028
56000108Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWY FY2008 CLEAN WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$3,274,30006/02/200803/31/2028
99884608Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWY FY 2008 DRINKING WATER

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00006/02/200803/31/2028
99883208CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2008 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$14,350,00005/15/200803/01/2028
56000107WY State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$5,207,20005/15/200709/30/2027
38000107North Dakota Department of HealthWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$9,449,50007/01/200709/30/2027
30000107MT Department of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$5,249,50009/01/200709/30/2027
99883207CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and, 2) finance its drinking water program.
$14,497,00009/01/200708/31/2027
99885007MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,229,00007/01/200706/30/2027
99884607WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health.
$8,229,00005/01/200704/30/2027
56000106WY State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) non-point source activities to protect water quality.
$4,242,30004/24/200609/30/2026
99884606WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,229,30004/24/200609/30/2026
99878406UT Department of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,228,90007/15/200609/30/2026
99878407UT Department of Environmental QualityUT 2007 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,229,40007/15/200709/30/2026
99878408UT Department of Environmental Quality2008 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00008/01/200809/30/2026
99885006MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$8,229,30007/01/200606/30/2026
46000106SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSTATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$4,242,30002/15/200604/01/2026
99883206CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2006 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$14,497,30003/01/200604/01/2026
46000105SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER SRF FY05

Provide a long-term source of financing for construction of publicly-owned treatment works, nonpoint source and other water quality management activities.
$5,243,50002/15/200509/30/2025
08000105CO Water Resources & Power Development Authority

Provide a long-term source of financing for construction of publicly owned treatment works, nonpoint source and other water quality management activities.
$8,606,70005/01/200509/30/2025
99883205CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$13,708,60005/01/200509/30/2025
49000105UT Department of Environmental Quality

Provide a long-term source of financing for construction of publicly owned treatment works, non-point source and other water quality management activities.
$5,635,20005/08/200509/30/2025
99878405UT Department of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$8,285,50006/20/200509/30/2025
38000105North Dakota Department of HealthND FY2005 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for construction of publicly owned treatment works, non-point source and other water quality management activities.
$11,715,30009/01/200509/30/2025
99885005MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$10,649,40007/01/200506/30/2025
99884605WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Assist the State of Wyoming to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health.
$8,285,50005/16/200502/28/2025
08000104CO Water Resources & Power Development Authority

Provide a long-term source of financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source and other water quality management activities.
$10,601,01905/01/200409/30/2024
99883204CO Water Resources & Power Development Authority

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$13,737,70007/01/200409/30/2024
97167901New Hampshire D.E.S.BEEDE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This funding allows the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to continue performing technical oversight of remedial design and remedial action activities performed by the potentially responsible parties at the Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in Plaistow, NH. Remedial design and remedial action activities are required to ensure that the site is protective of human health and the environment. All activities will be performed in accordance with EPA's January 9, 2004 Record of Decision which details the cleanup activities that will be conducted at the site. Remedial design and remedial action activities to be performed and overseen by the state include the design and build of a groundwater pump and treat system, a soil vapor extraction system, soil excavation, and other remedial components.
$1,835,46207/01/200706/30/2022
96803501CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentHAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESPONSE FUND

Funding from this agreement is for Long Term Remedial Action activities that the State of Colorado will manage and oversee, specifically water treatment at the Summitville Mine Site.
$6,321,00004/06/201203/30/2022
99108011Maine D.H.S.DRINKING WATER FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

This is a capitalization grant for a State Revolving Fund from which loans will be made to municipalities for eligible drinking water projects. Additionally, the State will use some of the funds to support drinking water activities.
$9,418,00001/01/201112/31/2021
44000114Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyLOW-INTEREST LOANS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

Per your application request dated July 10, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded full funding in the amount of $9,410,000 to support the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency. This is for the 2014 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented.
$9,410,00012/01/201412/01/2021
44000111Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency2011 CLEAN WATER CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2011 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality.
$9,915,00010/01/201110/01/2021
99115014New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2014 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of New Hampshire to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,845,00010/01/201410/01/2021
72000107Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPUERTO RICO ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD (PREQB) - FFY2007 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Fund program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$13,959,39607/01/200709/30/2021
99126010Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyDWSRF FINANCE DRINKING WATER PROJECTS

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$13,573,00009/30/201109/30/2021
50000111Vermont D.E.C.2011 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CWA TITLE VI

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VTDEC) that provides a source of funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and nonpoint source projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$7,222,00010/01/201109/30/2021
99126013Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

Per your application request dated June 28, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount $8,421,000 to support the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency. This capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island will fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions for this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$8,421,00009/30/201409/30/2021
99126014Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

Per your application request dated July 16, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $8,845,000 to the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency for their capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island. This award will fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions for this award have been implemented.
$8,845,00009/30/201409/30/2021
99125414Connecticut Department of Public HealthFFY 2014 CAPITALIZATION GRANT APPLICATION DWSRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program (DWSRF).
$8,962,00010/01/201409/30/2021
72000114Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY 14 PREQB CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board's Clean Water State Revolving fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects through the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive water pollution control program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$18,287,00010/01/201409/30/2021
33000114New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2014 NEW HAMPSHIRE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2014 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and eligible nonpoint source and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$14,011,00010/01/201409/30/2021
99121814Vermont D.E.C.VT FY 2014 DRINKING WATER SRF CAP GRANT

This is the 2014 capitalization grant to the State of Vermont to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program
$8,845,00010/01/201409/30/2021
96283014New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH DRAA DWSRF

This agreement provides funding to supplement New York's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or to enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at drinking water treatment facilities.
$56,572,91410/01/201409/30/2021
33000111New Hampshire D.E.S.NEW HAMPSHIRE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2011 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$14,757,00009/01/201109/01/2021
99290310New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2010 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$28,995,00007/01/201008/31/2021
99290308New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2008 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$18,027,00007/01/200808/30/2021
23000114Maine D.E.P.CWSRF CAP GRANT

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (ME DEP) that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and estuary projects throughout the State of Maine. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$10,853,00008/01/201407/31/2021
98452214FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves a new award in the amount of $32,350,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. 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 water supply and the State's watersheds.
$32,350,00007/01/201407/30/2021
33000110New Hampshire D.E.S.NEW HAMPSHIRE FISCAL YEAR 2010 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2010 Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$20,361,00007/01/201107/01/2021
32000114NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Nevada's Clean Water-SRF program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection will lend these funds to municipalities in NV at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize Nevada's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of Nevada's CW-SRF program.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $6,853,000 for administration of NV's CWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$6,853,00007/01/201406/30/2021
34000314New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDISASTER RELIEF APPROPRIATIONS ACT NJDEP CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND GRANT

This agreement provides funding to supplement New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or to enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at wastewater treatment facilities.
$191,136,85507/01/201406/30/2021
25000114Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2014 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 18, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $47,603,000 to the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust for their Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant. This grant will provide a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, NPS, and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$47,603,00007/01/201406/30/2021
12000114FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $47,862,600 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$47,862,60007/01/201406/30/2021
98934914CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California State Water Resources Control Board (CA SWRCB) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in California (CA) at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to the State Water Board for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistances to small systems programs.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $83,221,000.00.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to 7/1/14.
$83,221,00007/01/201406/30/2021
06000114CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (CA SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,277,000 for the administration of the CA's CW-SRF program.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$100,277,00007/01/201406/30/2021
96283414New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDISASTER RELIEF APPROPRIATIONS ACT NJDEP DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND GRANT

This agreement provides funding to supplement New Jersey's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to finance infrastructure projects related to increasing resiliency against the adverse effects of future extreme weather events such as the ones experienced from Hurricane Sandy. All funded projects will be within disaster declared counties for the costs associated with the planning, design and construction of projects that reduce flood damage risk and vulnerability or enhance resiliency to rapid hydrologic change or a natural disaster at any eligible drinking water treatment facilities.
$38,189,08607/01/201406/30/2021
99996014NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Nevada's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $12,614,000.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$12,614,00007/01/201406/30/2021
34000114New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP - FFY2014 CWSRF CAP GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to provide low interest financing to municipalities, counties and utility authorities for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the state of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective, self-sustaining comprehensive state water pollution control revolving fund program so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$57,295,00007/01/201406/30/2021
99191414Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMASSACHUSETTS DRINKING WATER SRF-FY14

Per your application request dated June 18, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $16,441,000 to the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust for their 2014 Capitalization Grant under their drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water eligible activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving loan Fund Program. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented.
$16,441,00007/01/201406/30/2021
99290314New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJ DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$16,828,00007/01/201406/30/2021
96827101SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSD DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES - SUPERFUND BLOCK

This awards 2014 Block funds to South Dakota Department of Natural Resources for ongoing State oversight, technical and management assistance, contract management and project support of the site specific and non-site specific activities ongoing in South Dakota, in addition to Management Assistance and core activites.
$100,00007/01/201406/30/2021
15000115HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (CW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's CW SRF program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements, including green infrastructure, allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Hawaii Department of Health will lend these funds to qualified applicants at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of Hawaii's CW SRF program. The total approved EPA funding amount is $10,859,000.
$10,859,00010/01/201406/30/2021
30000114MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA CWSRF FY 14

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,853,00007/01/201405/31/2021
99884614Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,845,00007/01/201405/30/2021
56000114Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,853,00007/01/201405/30/2021
99885014MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA DWRSF FY 14

Th award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,845,00007/01/201404/30/2021
99878414UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH DEQ DRINKING WATER SRF FY14

The award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$9,229,00006/16/201404/16/2021
46000114SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSOUTH DAKOTA CWSRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,853,00006/15/201404/14/2021
99876214SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSOUTH DAKOTA DWSRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,845,00006/15/201404/14/2021
38000114North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA CWSRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,853,00006/04/201404/04/2021
49000114UT Department of Environmental QualityUT DEQ CLEAN WATER SRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$7,362,00006/01/201404/01/2021
99884601WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$7,789,10005/01/200103/31/2021
99876201SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSD DWSRF

Provide long term soure of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$7,789,10005/01/200103/31/2021
99883214CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DWSRF FY 2014

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$15,394,00005/15/201403/30/2021
08000114CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCO WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FY14 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$11,216,00004/30/201403/01/2021
99884014North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA DRINKING WATER SRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,845,00004/22/201402/22/2021
72000106Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB-FY'05 & FY'06 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement provides assistance for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico State Revolving Funds Program to make low interests loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Projects include wastewater treatment upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflows projects, and combined sewer overflow projects. The environmental benefits that will be achieved are improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. The funds will help municipalities achieve and maintain compliance with Federal and State water quality standards.
$25,475,86807/01/200612/31/2020
99884613Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,421,00001/01/201412/31/2020
99108014Maine D.H.H.S.DRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Maine to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,845,00001/01/201412/31/2020
99884612Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,975,00001/01/201311/30/2020
99115010New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2010 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a grant amendment which adds the remaining funds to the state of New Hampshire's FY2010 DWSRF grant. This grant will fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$13,573,00010/01/200910/01/2020
99115013New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2013 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of New Hampshire to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,421,00010/01/201310/01/2020
99878400UT Department of Environmental Quality

Provide a long-term financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain comliance with SDWA requirements, and to protect public health.
$7,757,00009/01/200009/30/2020
99878410UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to: 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) support its drinking water program.
$13,573,00006/16/201009/30/2020
99290409Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY 2009 PRDOH DRINKING WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,146,00010/01/201009/30/2020
99125410Connecticut Department of Public HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLOVING FUND - FY009

Per your application request dated July 27, 2010, this Grant Agreement is being awarded to provide funds to the Connecticut Department of Public Health to support their Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program (DWSRF) capitalization grant for the drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities.
$13,483,00010/01/201009/30/2020
50000110Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VTDEC) that provides a source of funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and nonpoint source projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$10,002,00010/01/201009/30/2020
97844201UT Department of Environmental QualityOPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND MONITORING OF THE GROUNDWATER RA AT THE MIDVALE SLAG NPL SITE

To allow the State of Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UTDEQ), Division of Environmental Response and Remediation (DERR) to conduct operation, maintenance and monitoring of the groundwater remedial action completed at the Midvale Slag NPL Site.
$601,10012/15/201009/30/2020
96807401UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE , POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPEC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Utah Department of Environmental Quality will adminster tasks for Operation and Maintenance of the Portland Cement stie to ensure the remedy continues to be protective of human health and the environment.
$245,00008/15/201109/30/2020
09000113Connecticut DEEPWASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES

This is a FY 2013 Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$16,271,00010/01/201309/30/2020
23000113Maine D.E.P.CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR CWSRF

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MEDEP) that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and estuary projects throughout the State of Maine. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$10,335,00010/01/201309/30/2020
44000113Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyLOW-INTEREST LOANS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS

Per your application request dated July 8, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $ 8,955,000 to support the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act for Fiscal Year 2013. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality. All Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$8,955,00010/01/201309/30/2020
33000113New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2013 NEW HAMPSHIRE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2013 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and eligible nonpoint source and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$13,342,00010/01/201309/30/2020
99125413Connecticut Department of Public HealthFFY 2013 CAPITALIZATION GRANT APPLICATION DWSRF

This is a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health to help fund drinking water infrastructure projects and designated drinking water program activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,421,00010/01/201309/30/2020
99290413Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY-2013 PRDOH-DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,421,00010/01/201309/30/2020
36000114NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY 2014 CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$154,748,00010/01/201309/30/2020
09000114Connecticut DEEPWASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES

This is a FY 2014 Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$17,176,00010/01/201309/30/2020
72000113Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY 13 PREQB CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board's Clean Water State Revolving fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects through the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and control Revolving Funds Program and to maintain a self sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$17,413,00010/01/201309/30/2020
00E01389Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySPARTAN CHEMICAL SITE-FINAL REMEDIAL ACTION

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to provide funding to Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to implement Remedial Action in accordance with the Record Of Decision (ROD) dated September 2007 for the Spartan Chemical site. This funding will allow the State to not only protect human health and the environment but will also assist the State in conducting Remedial Action activities such as soil removal, in/situ chemical oxidation, air sparging, groundwater monitoring, analytical, State oversight and project management.
$3,179,70010/01/201409/30/2020
99126009Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyFY 2009 DRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,146,00009/01/201009/01/2020
44000110Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyFY2010 RI CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2010 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality.
$13,681,00009/01/201009/01/2020
97843801UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides funding to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality to conduct Operation and Maintenance activities specific to Institutional Controls at the Eureka Mills NPL site located in Juab County, Utah. Increase of Funds.
$757,90010/01/201008/31/2020
25000113Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2013 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 18, 2013 this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $45,328,000 to support the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts. This provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities, NPS, and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award are implemented and in full force and effect.
$45,328,00009/01/201308/31/2020
96331001National Fish & Wildlife FoundationNFWF; SMALL WATERSHED GRANT; 2014-2020

This cooperative agreement aids the recipient in providing activities that support locally-based protection and restoration programs that reduce pollutants that contribute to the impairment of water quality standards in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries. This work will help achieve and maintain the water quality necessary to improve the aquatic system health of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem.

This action provides $5,000,000 in federal funds. Federal funds in the amount of $50,000,000 are contingent upon availability.
$5,000,00009/01/201408/31/2020
99290307New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2007 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
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$18,212,00007/01/200708/30/2020
99290309New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2009 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$18,027,00007/01/200908/30/2020
97843401South Davis Sewer DistrictSF STATE AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION & INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC AGREEMENT

The South Davis Sewer District will operate and maintain the groundwater treatment plant for the long term remedial action at the Bountiful Woods Site in Utah. After ten years, operation and maintenance responsibilities will be transferred to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. Increase of Funds.
$594,60008/01/201008/10/2020
96331101National Fish & Wildlife FoundationNFWF; INSR; 2014 - 2020

Development and implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Innovative Nutrient and Sediment Reduction grant program.

This action provides $5,000,000 in federal funds. Federal funds in the amount of $50,000,000 are contingent upon availability.
$5,000,00008/01/201407/31/2020
17000114Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION FOR WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance wastewater treatment facility projects and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program admiinistration.
$63,411,00007/01/201407/01/2020
98577714Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - DRINK WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance drinking water facility construction projects, program administration, and related drinking water activities.
$36,911,00007/01/201407/01/2020
99996013NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $8,421,000 for adminstration of NDEP's DWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$8,421,00007/01/201306/30/2020
06000113CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure and water quality needs and to vitalize CA's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $95,485,000 for administration of CA SWRCB's CWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$95,485,00007/01/201306/30/2020
99121813Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT FY 2013 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Vermont to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program
$8,421,00007/01/201306/30/2020
32000113NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Nevada's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to municipalities in Nevada (NV) at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $6,520,000 for administration of NV's CWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$6,520,00007/01/201306/30/2020
34000113New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP-FFY2013 CWSRF CAP GRANT.

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$54,558,00007/01/201306/30/2020
99191413Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMASSACHUSETTS DRINKING WATER SRF-FY13

Per your application request dated June 18, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded in the amount of $15,699,000 to support the 2013 capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts, which will be awarded specifically to the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust, to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water eligible activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program. All Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$15,699,00007/01/201306/30/2020
99290313New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP FFY13 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification, These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$17,990,00007/01/201306/30/2020
15000114HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (CW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's CWSRF program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Hawaii Department of Health will lend these funds to qualified applicants at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize the state's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of the program. The total approved EPA funding amount is $10,341,000, which includes $350,000 for EPA in-kind assistance.
$10,341,00009/30/201306/30/2020
99986514HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to qualified applicants in Hawaii at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. Total approved funding amount is $8,421,000, which includes $450,000 for EPA in-kind assistance.
$8,421,00009/30/201306/30/2020
99290414Puerto Rico Department of HealthPRDOH - FFY2014 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,845,00007/01/201406/30/2020
30000113MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA CWSRF FY 13

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,520,00007/01/201305/30/2020
56000113Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,520,00007/01/201305/30/2020
99883213CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$14,937,00007/03/201305/30/2020
08000113CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO CLEAN WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$10,679,00007/03/201305/30/2020
99876213SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.

Need to include State match on rolled over ERG funds. This amendment will add State match for ERG funds in the amount of $61,639.60.
$8,729,19807/01/201305/01/2020
46000113SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,520,00007/01/201305/01/2020
99885013MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA DWSRF FY 13

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00007/01/201304/30/2020
99884013North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY13

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00006/01/201304/01/2020
50000109Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VTDEC) that provides a source of funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and nonpoint source projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$3,274,30004/01/201003/31/2020
97740101Jasper County CommissionJASPER COUNTY INTERNAL CONTROLS IMPLEMENTATION

This agreement provides funding to the Jasper County Commission to continue to implement the Institutional Controls (IC's) program developed by the Environmental Task Force of Jasper and Newton Counties. Funding from this agreement will also enable the Jasper County Commission to continue to develop it's GIS capacity and to manage it's own web-based GIS application for environmental information.
$330,00002/06/201302/05/2020
49000113UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$7,006,00004/01/201302/01/2020
38000113North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY13

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,520,00007/01/201302/01/2020
99878413UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00004/01/201301/31/2020
44000109Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyTHE CLEAN WATER REVOLVING FUND

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality.
$4,515,30001/01/201001/01/2020
99108013Maine D.H.H.S.DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Maine to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,421,00001/01/201312/31/2019
96321901VA Institute of Marine ScienceVIMS; SAV AERIAL SURVEY; SURVEY YEARS 2013-2018

This project will complete an annual bay-wide aerial survey of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in the Chesapeake Bay and the tidal reaches of its tributaries and will report the survey results to the Chesapeake Bay Program.
$600,00005/01/201312/31/2019
39000113Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant will be used to capitalize the State's Clean Water Revolving Fund Program to provide financing of low-interest loans for recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure. This funding will help reduce water pollution and improve the quality of the state�s water resources.
$75,160,00008/01/201312/31/2019
96326201VA Polytechnic Inst/State UniversityVA TECH; BMP EVALUATION

Virginia Tech will assist the CBP with developing or revising the technical basis for nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment load reduction values or efficiencies for new or existing nutrient and sediment controls or other pollutant load reduction/prevention treatments or technologies within the Chesapeake Bay region.

This action awards federal funds in the amount of $409,400 (of which $9,400 represents EPA in-kind funding). Contingent funds in the amount of $2,047,000 ($47,000 of which represent EPA in-kind funding) are contingent upon availability.
$409,40003/01/201412/31/2019
31000114Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityNEBRASKA 2014 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Nebraska under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$7,144,00006/01/201412/31/2019
99780514Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityNEBRASKA 2014 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Nebraska under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452
$8,845,00006/01/201412/31/2019
39000114Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
$78,932,00010/01/201412/31/2019
96325901University of Maryland Ctr for Env ScienceUMCES; CLOUD COMPUTING

This award funds the creation of a collaborative computing center for the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) partnership, including necessary information technology infrastructure required to support the collaborative computing needs of CBP�s management board, goal implementation teams, and relevant workgroups. The collaborative computing center�s functions will include web hosting and document sharing as well as provide collaborative modeling and monitoring environments.

This award provides partial funding of $282,447 ($9,400 of which represent EPA in-kind funding). Federal funds in the amount of $1,488,195 ($47,000 of which represent EPA in-kind funding) are contingent upon availability.
$282,44712/09/201312/08/2019
99290512New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH FFY 2012 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program,which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water
protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$60,923,00005/01/201212/01/2019
83573901National Council on AgingSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT (SEE) PROGRAM HAWAII DPH - SEE PROGRAM - NCOA

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with the Department of Health, State of Hawaii, Kealakekua, HI.
$44,00012/01/201411/30/2019
96804501Pueblo City County Health DepartmentHAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESPONSE FUND

Award of this Cooperative Agreement to the Pueblo City and County Health Department, Colorado is for Lead Characterization and Risk Reduction through Education activities at the Colorado Smelter Site .
$195,00006/10/201410/31/2019
98431214SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $8,845,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control to capitalize its revolving loan fund. The fund provides financing for the construction of drinking water facilities and for the administration of a range of activities including small systems technical assistance, wellhead protection, and source water protection. These activities will help protect the public health and the environment by reducing exposure to contaminants in the State's drinking water.
$8,845,00010/01/201410/31/2019
45000114SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $14,364,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control which will improve the State's water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of South Carolina to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation, and food protection.
$14,364,00010/01/201410/31/2019
00E93501Downriver Community ConferenceDOWNRIVER COMMUNITY CONFERENCE

This amendemnt to the agreement with the Downriver Community Conference (DCC) is a Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) supplemental award of $1,000,000. This increase will be used to supplement DCC's available loan pool for future loans and subgrants to eligible entities to mitigate threats to human health and athe environment posed by hazardous substances, contaminants or pollutants to facilitate the reuse of brownfield sites within DCC's jurisdicitional boundaries.
$5,400,00010/01/200910/01/2019
96565101Illinois Environmental Protection AgencySOUTHEAST ROCKFORD SOURCE AREA #4 SUPERFUND SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action increase funding to allow Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) to complete remedial action (RA) activities at the Southeast Rockford Area 4 (RA) Site. The period of performance will be extended to September 30, 2014.
$5,400,00010/01/200409/30/2019
00E04501Hennepin CountyHENNEPIN COUNTY

The U.S. EPA is supplementing this existing cooperative agreement for Hennepin County to conduct Brownfields Revolving Loan fund clean-up activities. Funds are for the supplemental capitalization and operation of the County's Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund.
$1,950,00010/01/200609/30/2019
50000108Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation that provides a source of funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and nonpoint source projects through the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$3,274,30010/01/200909/30/2019
99125409Connecticut Department of Public HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLOVING FUND - FY009

This is a grant amendment to the State of Connecticut which awards the remaining set-aside funds as well as the infrastructure project funds from the state's FY2009 DWSRF allotment. These funds will assist the state in support of the administration of the DWSRF program.
$8,146,00010/01/200909/30/2019
96693301South Central Planning & Dev. CommissionSOUTH LA COALITION BROWNSFIELD RLF RECAPITALIZATION

The $2 million grant will be used to fund the South Louisiana Coalition Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (BCRLF). Composed of South Central Development Commission (SCPCDC); the Acadieana Regional Development District (ARDD); The City of Lake Charles; and the consolidated City of Baton Rouge-East Baton Rouge Parish. The grant will be used to provide low-interest loans and sub-grants for cleanup of eligible Brownfields sites contaminated with hazardous and petroleum substances within 15 parish (counties in Louisiana) area.
$2,500,00010/01/200909/30/2019
09000110Connecticut DEEPWASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$24,961,00010/01/200909/30/2019
97842401Utah Division of Wildlife ResourcesPINE CANYON CONSERVATION AREA

To spray and remove invasive plants on the Pine Canyon Conservation Area. This work is needed to maintain and protect the remedy completed by cleanup and restoration work completed. The work is part of the final instutional controls for this Site. Time Extension.
$322,53210/01/200909/30/2019
99126012Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,975,00009/30/201209/30/2019
99121812Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT FY 2012 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Vermont to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,975,00010/01/201209/30/2019
36000113NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-FFY 2013 CWSRF

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$147,369,00010/01/201209/30/2019
99125412Connecticut Department of Public HealthFFY 2012 CAPITALIZATION GRANT APPLICATION DWSRF

This is a DWSRF capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,975,00010/01/201209/30/2019
72000112Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFY 12 CLEAN WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

The agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board's Clean Water State Revolving fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects through the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and control Revolving Funds Program and to maintain a self sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$18,434,00010/01/201209/30/2019
99290412Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY2012 PRDOH-DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,975,00010/01/201209/30/2019
99290513New York State Department of HealthNYSDOH FFY13 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreation waters.
$55,485,00010/01/201209/30/2019
23000112Maine D.E.P.CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR CWSRF

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MEDEP) that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and estuary projects throughout the State of Maine. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$10,940,00010/01/201209/30/2019
00100614Connecticut DEEPFY14 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT GRANT

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) will use 60% of the funds within the department of aquifer planning activities invloving water quality standards, land use regulations and outreach. CTDEEP will pass through 40% of Section 604(b) funds as follows: 1) The Eastern CT Conservation District (ECCD) will conduct Phase 2 of the project "Methodology Development to Identify Aquatic Life Impairments Due to Anthropogenic Stream flow Reduction"; 2) The Northwest Conservation District will conduct Phase 2 of the project "Improving Existing Monitoring Data Collection using Automatic Sampling and Continuous Monitoring as Surrogates to Calculate Phosphorus Loads in Connecticut."
$174,00010/01/201309/30/2019
00E01229Illinois Environmental Protection AgencySOUTHEAST ROCKFORD SUPERFUND SITE SOURCE AREA 11

This Cooperative Agreement will allow the Illinois Environmental Protection (IEPA) to perform work associated with the Area 11 site. The work will include long term remedial action monitoring of analytical sampling that will be loaded into a database; preparation of a monitoring report for the results; perform water level surveys which will include monitoring wells in and around the Area 11 site; install an additional monitoring well, which is dependent on gaining access to the property once the City of Rockford has reconstructed 11th Street, the IEPA will also coordinate, review deliverables from this task and provide overall project management support.
$120,00010/01/201309/30/2019
00E01312Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesMENEKAUNEE HARBOR, SHEBOYGAN RIVER AOC VERIFICATION, AND OTHER AOC ASSESSMENTS

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-76. This award will allow the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to fund a variety of activities in four Wisconsin AOCs that will promote the removal of numerous Beneficial Use Impairments. Specifically, the award will fund: 1) habitat restoration work, including the remediation of contaminated sediments in Menekaunee Harbor in the Menominee AOC); 2) a survey of aquatic mammals in the St. Louis River AOC; 3: bacterial source tracking at impaired beaches in the St. Louis River AOC; 4) the development of a detailed plan for rehabilitating impaired fish and wildlife populations and habitat in the Lower Green Bay and Fox River AOC; and 5) progress verification monitoring in the Sheboygan River AOC.
$6,565,38203/17/201409/30/2019
98427214TN Dept of Environment and ConservationSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of 8,845,000 to the State of Tennessee to continue the capitalization of the Tennessee's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, and operator certification. These activities will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,845,00007/01/201409/30/2019
98595414Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Ohio to capitalize its drinking water state revolving loan fund, which provides financing for the construction of drinking water treatment facilities, drinking water storage facilities, and drinking water transmission and distribution systems. This agreement will also set aside funds for program administration, local assistance, public water system supervision, and technical assistance activities.
$24,586,00007/01/201409/30/2019
00178014Connecticut DEEPFY13 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$935,93608/01/201409/30/2019
99623621TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardTSSWCB FY14 CWA 319(H) AG/SILV NPS MGMT PROGRAM

The activities as described in the workplans will support the approved Texas Nonpoint Source Management Program. Funds will be used in priority watersheds to develop and implement WPPs, TMDL/I-Plans WQMPs and other state, regional and local plans or programs. Workplan deliverables include: BMP implementation for surface and ground water activities; EPA-approved QAPPs; monitoring information; education and outreach activities, including watershed group formation; semi-annual reports; and final reports describing the success of the NPS monitoring and management practices.
$3,603,00009/01/201409/30/2019
96195101Greater Bridgeport Regional CouncilGREATER BRIDGEPORT REGIONAL COUNCILBROWFIELDS RLF PROGRAM

The project provides funding to Greater Bridgeport Regional Council (GBRC) to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF)from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the greater Bridgeport, Connecticut area. The reipient will market and manage the fund, enroll sites in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), conduct cleanup planning and community involvement activities, make loans & subgrants, and oversee and document site cleanups at Brownfields sites. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant
$900,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96186401City of PawtucketCITY OF PAWTUCKET RLFUND BROWNFIELDS

Per your application request dated June 14, 2014 this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $700,000 to the City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island for their Revolving Loan Fund grant from which they will make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the Revolving Loan Fund in Pawtucket & Central Falls, Rhode Island. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$700,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99762914Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFFY 2014 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$17,855,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96183301Southern Maine Planning and Development CommissionPROPOSAL GUIDELINES FOR BROWNFIELDS RLF GRANTS

The project provides funding to Southern Maine Planning & Development Commission (SMPDC) to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in southern Maine. The reipient will market and manage the fund, enroll sites in the state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), conduct cleanup planning and community involvement activities, make loans & subgrants, and oversee and document site cleanups at Brownfields sites. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
97746001Mo-Kan Regional CouncilMO-KAN BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This Brownfields Cooperative Agreement will allow the Mo-Kan Regional Council to establish and operate a cleanup Revolving Loan Fund to assist with brownfield loans and sub-grants to eligible entities to conduct cleanup of brownfields properties in the combined 11-county service areas of Mo-Kan Regional Council and the Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments (NWMORCOG), plus an additional four counties in northeast Kansas (15 counties total).
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00D20514Tampa Bay National Estuary ProgramNATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $548,000 to the Tampa Bay National Estuary Program to maintain and strengthen partnerships to restore and protect Tampa Bay; maintain and strengthen scientific and public education/outreach programs; and assist in securing funds for the Comprehensive Conservation Management Program Implementation.
$548,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00740323Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityIMPLEMENTATION OF NEBRASKA'S NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 2014

Funds provide continued support for Nebraska's Nonpoint Source Management Program. The state's mission is to protect the quality of state water resources from nonpoint source pollution and improve waters that have been degraded by nonpoint source pollution. Project emphasizes watershed-based planning and implementation designed to integrate all available tools to restore and protect the human and ecological health of targeted watersheds.
$2,469,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99939214HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $110,000 to support the Water Quality Planning and Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include amendments to water quality standards; monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, and data management. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96195801Capitol Region Council of GovernmentsCAPITOL REGION COUNCIL OF GOVT-METRO HARTFORD BROWNFIELDS

The project provides funding to the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the Capitol Region of Connecticut. Funding in the form of loans and subgrants will be targeted to redevelopment activities which support: 1) a strengthened economy and public health for the City of Hartford, which is the region�s central city and hub of our regional transit system; 2) Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) carried out in conjunction with the $1.53 billion bus rapid transit and commuter/high speed rail investment planned in the region in the next 10 years; and 3) our Sustainable Capitol Region agenda, including capitalizing on the preservation and reuse of existing infrastructure and community investments; protecting environmental quality, green spaces, natural resources and public health and safety; and increased coordination among and options for transportation, jobs and housing choices. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$950,00010/01/201409/30/2019
26000114Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMI CW 2014

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$60,287,00010/01/201409/30/2019
97548714Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$27,530,00010/01/201409/30/2019
47000114TN Dept of Environment and ConservationCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $20,368,000 to the State of Tennessee to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State of Tennessee to make loans for wastewater infrastructure and nonpoint source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$20,368,00010/01/201409/30/2019
97896315North Dakota Department of HealthND DOH FY15 106

This project will allow the state to build capacity in its water monitoring program by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$160,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T22101Navajo NationTRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - LUST PREVENTION

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

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount $320,000.
$320,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00E01342City of JanesvilleCITY OF JANESVILLE

This award provides funding to the City of Janesville, Wisconsin to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund from which to make loans and/or subgrants to carry out clean up activities at brownfields sites contaminated with petroleum and/or hazardous substances. The purpose of these activities is to promote redevelopment and future reuse of the funded properties so they do not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$700,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00D21415KY Energy and Environment CabinetPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT EVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $813,272 in federal funds to the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet in support of their Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to address the State's efforts to reduce air and water pollution, improve air, surface, and ground water quality, ensure safe public drinking water supplies and underground sources, reduce waste and improve waste management, provide information to public and Environmental Protection Agency on the environment in the State
$813,27210/01/201409/30/2019
97623810Louisiana Department of Agriculture and ForestryLDAF FY14 AGRICULTURAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDAF will support LDAF's NPS staff to work with local partners, and USDA to implement watershed specific NPS activities in selected watersheds.
$1,848,50010/01/201409/30/2019
00E01344Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

This project provides funding for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfields sites, and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF. WDNR RLF funds will be available for use by local governments and tribes to cleanup brownfields properties in a manner that protects both human health and the environment.
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
97908115NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The agreement provides support to the State of Nevada to implement its State Nonpoint Source Management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319. Activities include supporting and expanding existing watershed efforts, identifying potential partners for new watershed planning, planning and implementing best management practices, implementing nonpoint source education and outreach programs and coordinating and building stakeholder partnerships.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,292,000. See terms and conditions.
$1,292,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T17401HI Dept of HealthLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (LUST) PROGRAM - PREVENTION

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

This award provides partial EPA funding in the amount of $316,000 towards these efforts.
$316,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96975315American Samoa Power AuthorityCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS - DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $7,493,000 which includes Fiscal Year 2014 Clean Water - Wastewater (CW) SRF funds.

Interagency Agreement (IA) = $40,000 for Technical Assistance is set-aside.

The proposed activities and budget are detailed in the Workplan, which has been negotiated and is submitted for approval with the EPA Project Officer. The proposed projects are taken from the to-be approved American Samoa Power Authority's priority list; however, the specific project priorities may change through the years dependent on the need of addressing protection of human health and the environment. The proposed projects will focus on drinking water and wastewater system improvements to include renovations, replacement and installation of new infrastructure.
$7,493,00010/01/201409/30/2019
96191901City of SalemSALEM-PEABODY COALITION REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

The project provides funding to the City of Salem, Massachusetts, in coalition with the City of Peabody, Massachusetts, to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup Brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the Cities of Salem and Peabody, Massachusetts. The Cities will form a coalition, through formal agreement, and a Steering Committee, who will select eligible Brownfields sites that will be provided loans and/or grants. The loans and grants will be used to cleanup contaminated properties in preparation for redevelopment and beneficial reuse. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
$950,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00J96001Oregon Business Development Dept.OREGON BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (OBDD) BROWNFIELDS 2014

EPA is providing funding under a new cooperative agreement to support OBDD's established brownfields revolving loan fund (RLF) program. Funds will be used for issuance of cleanup loans to public and private borrowers that are cleaning up contaminated properties for redevelopment. Capitalization of the RLF helps pay for staff and programmatic expenses to administer the fund, with the majority of the funds going to cleanups. Loans will be repaid and replenish the RLF, creating a sustainable funding source for the cleanup of brownfield properties in Oregon.
$500,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00666011LA Universities Marine ConsortiumBARATARIA-TERREBONNE ESTUARY PROGRAM FY2015

This project focuses on the implementation of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) restoration of disappearing coastal habitats of the estuary through tasks outlined in the Barataria Terrebonne Estuary Program (BTNEP) annual workplan. These restoration efforts include applied research components that address restoration from an economic and ecological perspective.
$538,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00E01400Redevelopment Authority of the City of MilwaukeeCITY OF MILWAUKEE-RACM

This agreement with the Redevelopment Authority of City of Milwaukee (RACM) 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.
$1,000,00010/01/201409/30/2019
98433814NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $20,695,000 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program to assist in providing a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities, such as small community technical assistance, capacity development, and operator certification. These activities will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$20,695,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99319315DE Dept of Health & Social ServicesDELAWARE LEAD-BASED PAINT AND RENOVATION, REPAIR AND PAINTING PROGRAMS

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to assist Delaware in its ongoing efforts to: administer its lead program through certification and accreditation of lead-based paint professionals; monitor lead-based paint activities through inspections and notification procedures; issue enforcement actions to ensure compliance with requirements and to deter further violations; provide compliance assistance to the regulated community; provide education and lead regulations and lead issues to the public; perform outreach activities on various lead-based paint issues and regulatory requirements.

Federal funds of $557,808 are contingent upon availability.
$335,67810/01/201409/30/2019
83576701Groundwork USATECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON THE INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

This project provides funding for Groundwork USA to provide technical assistance to communities facing brownfields cleanup and reuse challenges. Specifically, this grantee will provide technical assistance to increase the capacity of communities affected by brownfields to more fully integrate environmental justice and equitable development approaches into their brownfields cleanup and revitalization efforts.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00740720Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFISCAL YEAR 2014 - CLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION GRANT

This agreement provides support to the State of Missouri to implement its nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$1,756,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T17501HI Dept of HealthBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $312,000 to continue the implementation of the State's beach water quality monitoring and public notification programs conducted by the Hawaii Department of Health, as required by the Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health (BEACH) Act.
$312,00010/01/201409/30/2019
83576801Council of Development Finance Agencies Inc.BROWNFIELDS K(6) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR FINANCING BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP/REDEVELOPMENT

This project will provide funding to conduct research and provide technical assistance to communities facing brownfields cleanup and reuse challenges. Specifically, this grantee will provide support to brownfields communities, with a focus on brownfields revolving loan fund grantees, to help them understand the myriad of financing programs available to lift a revitalized brownfield site to an economically viable development and to provide technical assistance to brownfields-impacted communities undergoing economic restructuring, including communities affected by recent manufacturing plant closures and communities that were dependent on single industries.
$199,02910/01/201409/30/2019
00J91201Northwest Indian Fisheries CommissionNORTHWEST INDIAN FISHERIES COMMISSION PUGET SOUND PROTECTION

The purpose of this project is to provide sub-awards to 19 federally-recognized Puget Sound tribes, and consortia of these tribes, to implement projects that are of high tribal priority and that are identified in or consistent with the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) for the Puget Sound National Estuary Program (NEP). This work may include conducting activities identified in existing recovery plans, or activities to achieve ecosystem recovery targets, which will contribute to the restoration and protection of Puget Sound.
$2,490,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00F93001New Mexico Environment DepartmentNEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT FIVE-YEAR REVIEW BULK FUNDING MPCA

The New Mexico Environment Department will conduct 5 year reviews at four Superfund remediated sites for FY 2015.
The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) requires that remedial actions which result in any hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants remaining at the site be subject to a five-year review. The National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP) further provides that remedial actions which result in any hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants remaining at the site above levels that allow for unlimited use and unrestricted exposure be reviewed every five years to ensure protection of human health and the environment.
These activities are to remediate hazardous waste sites and restore land for safe and productive use as is stated in the EPA Strategic Plan objective 3.2.2.
$112,21010/01/201409/30/2019
96819301CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentCODPHE CALIFORNIA GULCH RA GRANT

This award is for the State of Colorado to be the lead agency on the California Gulch Superfund Site, Operable Unit 12, Remedial Action in which the remedy is to clean-up groundwater and surface water.
$208,09810/01/201409/30/2019
99T22901Navajo NationTRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

This agreement provides assistance to the Navajo Nation to implement its program for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST). The Navajo Nation LUST program will use these funds to further their efforts to address leaking underground storage tanks and abandoned sites across their lands. Specifically, the program will conduct site reviews, review site assessments reports, provide technical direction to responsible parties and direct/oversee LUST cleanup activities.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $465,000.
$465,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T23301HI Dept of HealthLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST) corrective action program and enforcement of the Underground Storage Tank (UST) regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of petroleum releases from USTs. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of Hawaii.

This award provides partial EPA funding of $731,000 towards these efforts.
$731,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00J96301Washington State Dept. of CommerceWASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

EPA is providing funding under a new cooperative agreement to support Washington Commerce's established brownfields revolving loan fund program (RLF). Funds will be used for cleanup loans to public and private borrowers who are cleaning up contaminated properties for redevelopment. Capitalization of the RLF helps pay for staff and programmatic expenses to administer the fund, with the majority of the funds going to cleanups. Loans will be repaid and replenish the RLF thus creating a sustainable funding source for the cleanup of brownfield properties in Washington.
$640,00010/01/201409/30/2019
29000119Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFFY2014 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$38,868,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00350015WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionNONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM GRANT

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.

This action partially funds the FY15 grant agreement in the amount of $563,223. Federal funds in the amount of $1,073,786 are contingent upon availability.
$563,22310/01/201409/30/2019
00T33715Commonwealth Utilities CorpCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS - DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $4,200,000 which includes FY2014 Drinking Water (DW) and Clean Water - Wastewater (CW) SRF funds. The proposed projects are taken from the approved project priority list. The proposed projects will focus on drinking water and wastewater system improvements to include renovations, replacement and installation of new infrastructure, Pre-Treatment Feasibility Study, SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) Pilot project.
$4,200,00010/01/201409/30/2019
00E01348Genesee County Land Bank AuthorityGENESEE COUNTY LAND BANK AUTHORITY

This project provides $1,933,700 to the Genesee County Land Bank for the implementation of remedial actions in a Due Care Plan for the site in Flint, Michigan known as Chevy in the Hole. The Due Care Plan is the workplan for the site cleanup, with oversight of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
$1,933,70009/15/201409/14/2019
99126008Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyFY 2008 DRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Islance to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,146,00009/01/200909/01/2019
99610221Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY14 LDEQ 319 NPS AND AQUIFER EVALUATION/PROTECTION SECTION

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDEQ will support NPS staff to perform water quality sampling and assessment of both surface and ground water sources; continue to coordinate monitoring activities with watershed coordinators, LDAF, local partners, and USDA where watershed specific NPS implementation activities are conducted.
$1,848,50009/01/201408/31/2019
00J89901Washington Department of EcologyWDOE LEAD ORGANIZATION TOXICS AND NUTRIENTS

The Washington Department of Ecology will serve as the Lead Organization for a program to substantially reduce or eliminate toxic and nutrient pollution in Puget Sound in accordance with the 2020 Action Agenda for Puget Sound, which is the EPA approved Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan, under 320 of the Clean Water Act. In consultation with the Puget Sound Partnership and other members of the Management Conference for Puget Sound, Ecology will develop strategies for reducing discharges of toxic contaminants and nutrients to Puget Sound and its tributaries.
$2,490,00009/01/201408/31/2019
00J88801WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ESTUARY PROGRAM

The recipient will act as a Lead Organization working with the Puget Sound Partnership and other partners to guide and implement actions in the area of pathogens prevention, reduction, and control consistent with the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (Action Agenda for Puget Sound).
$2,490,00009/01/201408/31/2019
00E01364City of KokomoREVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CITY OF KOKOMO

The project provides funding for the City of Kokomo to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfield sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF. The City of Kokomo RLF funds will be available for use by local governments and tribes to cleanup brownfield properties in a manner that protects both human health and the environment.
$700,00009/01/201408/31/2019
99614619Texas Commission on Environmental QualityTCEQ FY14 SEC 319(H) NPS CATEGORICAL

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Texas assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will support pollution control programs through activities such as watershed planning, technical assistance, education, implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs), technology transfer, training and public outreach to address statewide water quality problems.
$2,543,52809/01/201408/31/2019
83576501Eastern Iowa Community College District ATEECEASTERN IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE- CONNECT PROGRAM

This project provides funding for Eastern Iowa Community College to deliver technical assistance to new, existing, and prospective Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training grantees. Specifically, this grantee will provide outreach to communities interested in initiating environmental training programs, facilitate peer-to-peer information exchanges, hold the Annual All Grantees Meeting, and provide Technical Assistance that results in facilitating placement of graduates in employment within the environmental field and brownfields revitalization activites.
$199,74109/01/201408/31/2019
99290305New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2005 DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$19,075,10007/01/200508/30/2019
99290306New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFFY 2006 NJDEP DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
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*NOTE: Refer to Programmatic Condition No. 3, Cash Draws/ Proportionality for Federal and recipient matching share requirements.
$18,211,70007/01/200608/30/2019
00J90701WA Dept of Fish and WildlifeWASHINGTON DEPT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE - PUGET SOUND ACTION AGENDA

The recipient will act as a Lead Organization working with the Puget Sound Partnership and other partners to guide and implement actions to protect and restore marine and nearshore habitat and resources consistent with the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (Action Agenda) for Puget Sound.
$2,581,40009/01/201408/30/2019
83578101National Association for Hispanic ElderlySENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR THE AGENCY FOR TOXIC SUBSTANCES

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work at the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Atlanta, GA.
$337,73308/25/201408/24/2019
99818614CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION GRANTS

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$1,120,11708/15/201408/14/2019
96184101New Hampshire D.E.S.FLETCHER'S PAINT REMEDIAL DESIGN/REMEDIAL ACTION OVERSIGHT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This funding allows the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) to perform technical oversight of Remedial Design and Remedial Action (RD/RA) activities performed by the Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) at the Fletcher's Paint Superfund Site in Mlford, New Hampshire. The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to oversee the PRPs implementation of the selected remedy as described in the amended Record of Decision (ROD) for OU-1. The selected remedy for OU-1 at the Site includes excavation and off-site disposal and/or treatment of contaminated soil. The Feasibility Study for OU-2 has not been finalized, and as such the proposed plan has not been developed, but will address sediment in the Souhegan River study area and groundwater under Keyes Field.
$750,00008/01/201407/31/2019
98452212FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $29,306,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. 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 water supply and the State's watersheds.
$29,306,00007/01/201207/30/2019
25000112Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustMA FY 2012 CWSRF GRANT

Per your application request dated June 8, 2012, this grant is being awarded to provide funds in the amount $ 47,985,000 to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts. These funds provide financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts.
$47,985,00009/01/201207/30/2019
99125411Connecticut Department of Public HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND - FY2011

This is a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$9,418,00007/01/201207/01/2019
99115012New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2012 NEW HAMPSHIRE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of New Hampshire to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,975,00007/01/201207/01/2019
98577713Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS EPA - DRINK WATER SRF FFY 2013 CAP GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its State revolving fund (SRF) to finance drinking water facility construction projects, program administration, and related drinking water activities.

$320,000 of Illinois FY 2013 Drinking Water SRF grant allotment is being used for in-kind services. Specifically, $95,000 of this amount will be used to pay for an EPA contractor to develop and implement a SRF data system, while the remaining $225,000 will be used for an EPA contractor to provide financial management assistance.
$31,786,00007/01/201307/01/2019
17000113Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyIL EPA - CLEAN WATER SRF FFY 2013 CAP GRANT

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the State of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund (SRF) to finance wastewater treatment facility projects and associated infrastructure, non-point source projects, estuary projects, and program administration.

$320,000 of Illinois FY 2013 Clean Water SRF grant allotment is being used for in-kind services. Specifically, $95,000 of this amount will be used to pay for an EPA contractor to develop and implement a SRF data system, while the remaining $225,000 will be used for an EPA contractor to provide financial management assistanc
$60,382,00007/01/201307/01/2019
99986510HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as the administration of the DWSRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved EPA funding amount is $8,146,000.
$8,146,00001/01/201006/30/2019
99191412Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustFY12 MA DRINKING WATER PROJECTS & SETASIDES

Per your application request dated June 8, 2012, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust, for their 2012 capitalization grant to the State of Massachusetts. It is being awarded specifically to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program.
$16,732,00007/01/201206/30/2019
50000112Vermont D.E.C.CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CWA TITLE VI

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Vermont Department of Conservation (VTDEC) that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and estuary projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$6,908,00007/01/201206/30/2019
99996012NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $9,125,000.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$9,125,00007/01/201206/30/2019
34000112New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP-FFY2012 CWSRF CAP GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$57,755,00007/01/201206/30/2019
12000112FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $47,707,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$47,707,00007/01/201206/30/2019
06000112CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) will lend these funds to municipalities in CA at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure and water quality needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides funds for the administration of CA's CWSRF program from which $15,000 will be used to procure EPA in-kind services. These in-kind services will be to assist the SWRCB CWSRF in revamping the program's application process.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$101,080,00007/01/201206/30/2019
99290312New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP FFY12 DWSRF

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New Jersey Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$20,174,00007/01/201206/30/2019
99986513HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rate to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW SRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved funding amount is $9,125,000.
$9,125,00009/28/201206/30/2019
15000113HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (CW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (CW SRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source, and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The recipient will lend these funds to municipalities in Hawaii at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize the state's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of the program. The total approved EPA funding is $10,946,000 (FY-12 allotment).
$10,946,00009/28/201206/30/2019
98934912CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in California (CA) at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize CA's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to California Department of Public Health for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, and technical assistance to small systems programs.

This amendment hereby transfers this assistance agreement from the California Department of Public Health (CA DPH) to the California State Water Resource Control Board (CA SWRCB). The federal funding amount of $85,358,000 which includes $300,000 in EPA in-kind and the total project costs of $110,965,400 remain the same.
$85,358,00009/30/201206/30/2019
12000113FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $45,066,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$45,066,00007/01/201306/30/2019
96827301CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentCOLORADO SUPERFUND BLOCK FY15-19

Award of this Cooperative Agreement provides the State of Colorado Department of Health incremental funding of $37,000 to Colorado to complete Five-Year Review activies for Central City/Clear Creek. OU 00 FE005
$820,00006/16/201406/30/2019
00852704MT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funding to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality for general CORE nonsite specific activities.
$185,00007/01/201406/30/2019
53000114Washington Department of EcologyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVLING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital for Washington's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$24,383,00007/01/201406/30/2019
97251914New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT 604B

This agreement enables the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to continue its water quality management planning program to improve impaired water across the State. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection will provide 40% of this award to watershed management planning agencies for the development and implementation of a wastewater management plan. This statewide program is designed to increase public awareness and understanding regarding the protection and improvement of water quality.
$579,00007/01/201406/30/2019
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
99T11601CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM -LUST PREVENTION

This project provides support to the state to develop and maintain their inspection and enforcement program to prevent and detect releases from underground storage tanks (USTs) in accordance with the Solid Waste Disposal Act as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, referred to as the LUST Prevention Program. This program specifically funds the states to improve their underground storage tanks regulatory program by requiring secondary containment of UST systems, UST operator training, delivery prohibition to non-compliant tanks and other provisions required by the SWDA for states receiving LUST Trust Funds. This award provides partial federal funding in the amount of $773,000, which includes $593,000 for EPA in-kind services.
$773,00007/01/201406/30/2019
00J90301Puget Sound PartnershipPUGET SOUND PARTNERSHIP IMPLEMENTATION GRANT FY 14/15

This award supports the Puget Sound Partnership for managing the implementation of the 2012 Action Agenda, the Environmental Protection Agency-approved Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan for the Puget Sound National Estuary Program. Tasks are: 1) creating an accountability and performance management system; 2) develop an integrated monitoring system; 3) implement a science program; 4) integrate local programs with ecosystem-level strategies; 5) provide non-federal match; 6) support the Northwest Straits Commission; 7) disseminate Action Agenda updates; and 8) oversee a communication program.

This action partially funds the EPA portion of this agreement (see Administrative Condition 21). Administrative Conditions 16, 17, & 20 are also emphasized.
$2,850,00007/01/201406/30/2019
20000114Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentKANSAS CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND FISCAL YEAR 2014

These funds will provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Kansas under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$12,656,00007/01/201406/30/2019
83563201University of VirginiaDEVELOPMENT/APPLICATION OF NITROGEN FOOTPRINT

Release of nitrogen to the environment from human activities have lead to a host of environmental and human health concerns. This external N release is a consequence of human needs for food, fuel and fiber, and there is a role that individuals, institutions and communities can play in reducing N release to the environment, in addition to the traditional government regulatory framework. Researchers have recently developed important nitrogen footprint tools, including individual and institutional tools. These tools go beyond personal consumption patterns to capture the reactive N (Nr) released from the food served at dining facilities and as a result of powering buildings, labs, and hospitals. Ideally these tools would have a strong scientific base, but also would be relatively easy for decision-makers to use and understand. Institutions such as universities and colleges can use a nitrogen footprint tool to improve their sustainability by quantifying and reducing their nitrogen impact.
$250,00007/01/201406/30/2019
41000114OR Dept. of Environ. QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will provide additional capital for Oregon's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund. This capital will be used to offer low interest loans to projects that will address the state's high priority water quality needs. The projects receiving financial assistance will generally protect and restore water quality and aquatic habitat.
$15,839,00007/01/201406/30/2019
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
04000114Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Arizona's Clean Water-State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to municipalities in AZ at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of AZ's CWSRF program. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $9,466,000.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$9,466,00007/01/201406/30/2019
98003014ID Dept. of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will add additional capital to the Project Loan Fund as well as fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Set-Asides.
$8,845,00007/01/201406/30/2019
50000114Vermont D.E.C.CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CWA TITLE VI

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the Vermont Department of Conservation (VTDEC) that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, nonpoint source projects, and estuary projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$6,853,00007/01/201406/30/2019
98961314AZ Dept of Env QualityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,267,500.
$1,267,50007/01/201406/30/2019
00740421Iowa Department of Natural Resources2014 IOWA CLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319(H) NON-POINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Funds provide continuing support for Iowa's Nonpoint Source Management Program under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act. Projects emphasize watershed-planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water pollution problems.
$3,476,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99083914WA Dept of HealthDRINKING WATER SRF PROGRAM

Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) authorizes the state to utilize funds to further the health protection objectives of the SDWA. The project will help drinking water systems supply clean, safe water by providing training, technical assistance and loans for capital improvements. As part of this project, the state ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, which are designed to protect public health.
$19,741,00007/01/201406/30/2019
97957515CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $8,107,000 to support the State on implementation of its nonpoint source (NPS) management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319, including program staff (State and Regional Waterboards and Coastal Commission). Work includes implementation of Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) and watershed plans to restore NPS impaired waters.

See terms and conditions.
$8,107,00007/01/201406/30/2019
96331901PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionPA DEP; CBIG (2014-19)

This grant will fund several implementation projects aimed at restoring the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed, including program management, evaluation and planning; total maximum daily load (TMDL) development; Chesapeake Bay education efforts; the Chesapeake Bay cost-share program; local implementation funding; and the USGS smallmouth bass thiamine study.

This action awards federal funds in the amount of $3,781,244. Federal funds in the amount of $14,824,976 are contingent upon availability.
$3,781,24407/01/201406/30/2019
99T10301CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of the California Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the LUST corrective action program and enforcement of the UST regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of petroleum releases from underground storage tanks. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of California.
Preaward costs are approved back to July 1, 2014.
$3,291,00007/01/201406/30/2019
00J89401Washington Department of EcologyWASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY - PUGET SOUND AGENDA

The main objectives of this Watershed Grant are to:
• Use watershed information across all spatial and temporal scales to address underlying problems and root causes of ecosystem degradation in watersheds draining into Puget Sound.
• Create a coordinated watershed-based approach to protecting and restoring the overall Puget Sound ecosystem.
• Identify and implement solutions through sets of pilot or demonstration projects, Sound-wide policy efforts and locally based implementation activities.
$5,249,66207/01/201406/30/2019
00740521Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentFFY 2014 CLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$2,823,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99990214Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund (DW SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $15,969,000.

This assistance agreement includes $1,000,000 in banked PWSS Set-Asides for FY14.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$15,969,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T10501NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - LUST PREVENTION

This project provides support to the state to develop and maintain their inspection and enforcement program to prevent and detect releases from underground storage tanks (UST's) in accordance with the Solid Waste Disposal Act (SWDA) as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, referred to as the UST Prevention program. This project specifically funds the states efforts to improve their underground storage tanks regulatory program by requiring secondary containment of UST systems, UST operator training, delivery prohibition to non-compliant tanks and other provisions required by the SWDA for states receiving LUST Trust Funds.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $354,000.
$354,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T10401NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of the Nevada Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the LUST corrective action program and enforcement of the UST regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of any petroleum release. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of Nevada.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $624,000.
$624,00007/01/201406/30/2019
00E24012Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyRELATIONAL DATABASE DEVELOPMENT

Development of a relational database to store all of the monitoring data collected by both Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and Illinois Water State Water Survey from 2009 through 2018. Database will be based on national data standards and is expected to contain more than 6 million records and will be maintained in a standardized query language.
$160,00008/01/201406/30/2019
32000112NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Nevada's Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CW-SRF)program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to municipalities in Nevada (NV) at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $6,908,000 for administration of NV's CWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$6,908,00007/01/201206/29/2019
33000112New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2012 NEW HAMPSHIRE CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAP GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2012 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$14,123,00006/01/201206/01/2019
99126011Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyRI DWSRF FY 2011

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Island to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$9,418,00006/01/201206/01/2019
96124401Town of GoffstownMANCHESTER WATER WORKS FRANCHISE AND EXTENSION

The project involves the extension of municipal water service to an area that is subject to flooding. The homes in this area have private wells which, during times of flooding, are impacted by onsite septic systems. The project will alleviate contamination of the private wells by bringing in a safe, reliable, municipal potable water supply to residents.
$294,80006/01/200905/31/2019
99833614MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA 319 PROJECT FY 14

This award provides funding to promote the implementation of watershed-based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired water bodies.
$961,14606/01/201405/31/2019
00045014ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ CWA 319 NON-POINT SOURCE PROJECT

Nonpoint Source Program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting states and tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$2,064,99806/01/201405/31/2019
99818714UT Department of Environmental QualityCWA SECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

This award provides funding to promote the development and implementation of watershed based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$893,62106/01/201405/31/2019
97734901City of OmahaOMAHA LEAD DATABASE

This cooperative agreement will provide funding to the City of Omaha to develop an existing lead registry database into an institutional control that will educate and inform public and private agencies; focus on lead issues; act as an enforcement tool; be interconnected with many city and county departments and activities; act as a repository of lead contamination and mitigation data for the public as well as for the city ; be inexpensive to operate and maintain; act as a useful land reuse and revitalization tool and will protect and promote city, EPA and community investments into the future.
$987,50006/01/201205/30/2019
56000112Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWYOMING CWSRF FY 2012

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,908,00007/01/201205/30/2019
99885012MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00007/01/201205/30/2019
99121811Vermont D.E.C.VT FY2011 DRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Vermont to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$9,420,80005/01/201205/01/2019
46000112SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSOUTH DAKOTA CWSRF FY 12

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,908,00007/01/201205/01/2019
99876212SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSOUTH DAKOTA DWSRF FY 12

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,975,00007/01/201205/01/2019
99751614Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentDRINKING WATER REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM FY2014

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Kansas under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$10,080,00005/01/201405/01/2019
08000112CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FED CAP GRANT FY 12

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$11,305,00006/01/201204/30/2019
99884012North Dakota Department of HealthND DWSRF FY 12

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00006/15/201204/30/2019
99878412UT Department of Environmental QualityUT DEQ SRF DW FY12

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00006/15/201204/30/2019
30000112MT Department of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$6,908,00007/15/201204/30/2019
00863314North Dakota Department of HealthNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

This award provides funding to promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$3,670,00005/01/201404/30/2019
99818514SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesNONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION GRANT

This award provides funding to promote the development and implementation of watershed based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$2,487,00005/15/201404/30/2019
97550014Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - NON-POINT SOURCE STATE GRANT

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will use Federal Fiscal Year 2014 funding to support the Section 319 nonpoint pollution control program for the following priorities.
1.) Implementation of Ohio EPA�s Non-Point Source Management Program including Total Maximum Daily Load reports and studies for watersheds;
2.) Overseeing the implementation of Best Management Practices conducted by 16 subgrantees;
3.) Implementation of the Ohio Watershed Coordinator Grants Program by awarding at least one (1) subgrant.
$4,615,00006/01/201404/15/2019
99883212CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FY12 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$15,920,00005/15/201204/14/2019
00863014WY Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION GRANTS 319 PROGRAM

This award provides funding to promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$807,00004/15/201404/14/2019
99520014Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyFY ' 14 NONPOINT SOURCE ACTIVITIES

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency will be passing funds to support 19 pass through projects. These projects promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans, focusing on watershed with water quality imparments by non-point sources.
$6,254,00004/01/201403/31/2019
98209314NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC SFY 14/15 604(B)

This agreement enables the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to continue its State Fiscal Year 2014-2015 water quality management planning program to improve impaired water across the State. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will provide 40% of this award to regional public comprehensive planning organizations for the development and implementation of a plan for carrying out the water quality management program. This program will increase public awareness and understanding of protecting and improving water quality.
$1,563,00004/01/201403/31/2019
99257413NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC FY 14/15 PPG

This agreement provides funding for the operation of the NYSDEC's continuing environmental programs while giving it greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between NYSDEC and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to protect and improve water quality.
$12,090,57704/01/201403/31/2019
97548214Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementINDIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

This Assistance Agreement will provide funding for administrative and technical assistance to support the State of Indiana's Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program. The continuation of funding NPS personnel, equipment, and travel will provide efficient and extensive aide to local communities in dealing with NPS water quality issues. The services will consist of overseeing all contractual projects outlined as part of their work plan, educational activities and training.
$3,321,32304/01/201403/31/2019
96187701Rhode Island D.O.H.RHODE ISLAND BEACHES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSEMNT AND COASTAL HEALTH

Per your application request dated May 13, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $205,000 to the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) to implement its state-wide coastal beach monitoring, assessment, and notification program under the federal BEACH act. Activities include: monitoring and analysis of indicator bacteria at coastal beaches; maintaining and operating a public notification system; improving web-based data systems, including GIS coverage; providing technical assistance to communities to assess pollution sources at specific beaches; and annually reporting to EPA on the results of monitoring and notification actions electronically and in EPA-specified format. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented.
$205,00010/01/201403/31/2019
49000112UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH CLEAN WATER SRF FY12

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$7,422,00005/16/201203/16/2019
83544001REC for Central and Eastern EuropeCRESSIDA

The overall goal of this project is to create a constantly upgrading, flexible and easily reproducible Living Laboratory to pilot sustainability tools and methods, starting on the local level in the Drini - Drina River Watershed. Each activity will be structured as a comprehensive capacity-building activity, combining both theoretical and hands-on approaches and actively engaging participants in the decision-making process. The project will foster sustainability by improving local development strategies, building watershed-management capacity, and providing decision-making tools.
$495,00003/01/201402/28/2019
83560101Oregon State UniversityNATIONAL PESTICIDE INFORMATION CTR

This program will facilitate informed decision-making about pesticides and support the protection of human health and the environment by serving as a bi-lingual, factual source of information for professional and public audiences on pesticide-related issues, operating an informational phone service and online resource center for in the US and its territories, connecting the public to unbiased and authoritative sources of pesticide-related information, collecting robust pesticide incident data and disseminating this information, and emphasizing teamwork, integrity, accountability and a commitment to collaboration and customer service.
$1,000,00002/15/201402/14/2019
96802501CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentCDPHE; SUPERFUND; CPT. JACK REMEDIAL ACTION

This award is to fund and approve the amended workplan for the State of Colorado to continue cleanup of the of the Captain Jack Superfund Site. Specifically the Captain Jack Mill Site Repository, the Big Five Tunnel bulkhead and mine pool inoculation system, and the Big Five Tunnel ex-situ treatment system.
$4,659,51008/12/201101/31/2019
83560001Environmental Council of the StatesNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE NETWORK AND E-ENTERPRISE PROGRAM SUPPORT FY 2014-18

The purpose of this Exchange Network cooperative agreement is to perform core co-regulator activities that will benefit States, Tribes, Territories, and other partners; while also helping those organizations fulfill the mission of the Exchange Network and the joint EPA/ECOS E-Enterprise initiative. Project tasks include: providing programmatic, policy, technical, and administrative support; promoting information-sharing amongst state/tribal/territorial/federal partners; enhancing communication and outreach; and convening national user meetings.
$1,500,00002/01/201401/31/2019
99290411Puerto Rico Department of HealthPRDOH-FFY2011 DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$9,418,00002/01/201201/30/2019
33000108New Hampshire D.E.S.FY2008 CLEAN WATER SRF

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2008 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Dept. of Environmental Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The purpose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$6,769,00001/01/200901/01/2019
33000109New Hampshire D.E.S.NH FY2009 CWSRF GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2009 Clean Water Act Revolving Fund (CWSRF) grant to the State of New Hampshire, Dept. of Env. Services, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act (CWA). It provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of New Hampshire. The prupose of the CWSRF and the projects funded is to protect and improve water quality.
$6,769,00001/01/200901/01/2019
38000111North Dakota Department of HealthND DEPT OF HEALTH CLEAN WATER SRF FY11

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to establish a revolving fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$7,222,00003/01/201201/01/2019
96624501Texas Water Development Board3% SET-ASIDE GRANT FOR MANAGING THE SAAPS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS

Construction Activities Management and On-Site Inspection of FY 2008 and FY 2009 Special Appropriations Acts Projects by the Texas Water Development Board for EPA Region 6.
$1,052,60009/01/200412/31/2018
97841401Salt Lake County Public Works DepartmentSUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The riparian zone planning involves designing and implementing improvements to 7,000 feet of the Jordan River riparian corridor adjacent to the Midvale Superfund Site. The project goal is to minimize soil cover erosion that release mine waste from the site into the river. The remedial action will be constructing stable river banks by installing rip-rap and other stabilization features as well as constructing riparian plant habitats. Time Extension.
$1,500,00010/01/200812/31/2018
99290511New York State Department of HealthFFY 2011 NYS DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and recreational waters.
$62,055,00007/01/201112/31/2018
99108012Maine D.H.H.S.DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Maine to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,975,00001/01/201212/31/2018
39000112Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant will be used to capitalize the States Clean Water Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans to recipients to construct wastewater infrastructure and funds other projects in order to control water pollution and improve the quality of the state's water resources to provide clean, safe and swimmable waters.
$79,564,00004/01/201212/31/2018
44000112Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyRI FY 2012 CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2012 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality.
$9,486,00009/01/201212/31/2018
99759312Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure in the State of Iowa.
$15,322,00001/01/201312/31/2018
99762912Missouri Department of Natural Resources2012 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$17,348,00001/01/201312/31/2018
18000114Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - STATE WASTEWATER '09

This grant will help Indiana's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Indiana with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$33,790,00001/01/201412/31/2018
98548614Indiana Finance AuthorityINDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY - DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Indiana to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$14,348,00001/01/201412/31/2018
96182401Mashantucket Pequot Tribal NationPEQUOT TRAIL WATER BOOSTER STATION

Water in the distribution system that supplies the Tribal homes exceeds the regulatory limit for Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM), in accordance to Stage 2 Disinfection By-Products Rule. The highest TTHM levels are found in the Tribal residence zone, which is fed water through the Pequot Train Booster Station. The Project is to install granular activiated carbon (GAV) at the booster station, to address the TTHM levels.
$250,00004/30/201412/31/2018
00J86201OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNORTH RIDGE ESTATES OU1 CERCLA REMEDIAL ACTION COST SHARE SACA

This cooperative agreement identifies the categories of in-kind and credit eligible activities the State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) can perform with non-federal funds to satisfy its 10% cost-share obligations pursuant to the ODEQ/EPA North Ridge Estates Site, Operable Unit #1 (OU1), State Superfund Contract.
$006/01/201412/31/2018
00045114OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source Program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$764,46307/01/201412/31/2018
96329501PA Dept of Conservation & Nat Res“AN EXAMINATION OF HEADWATER PEATLAND WETLANDS IN PENNSYLVANIA”

Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) proposes a series of research activities that will expand the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources understanding of the distribution, characteristics and conditions of headwater peatland wetlands in Pennsylvania, knowledge that can be used to manage and protect and develop mitigation strategies for these wetlands. Federal funds in the amount of $200,000 are contingent upon availability.
$200,00010/01/201412/31/2018
44000108Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyTHE CLEAN WATER REVOLVING FUND

This is a Federal Fiscal Year 2008 Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund grant to the State of Rhode Island, Clean Water Finance Agency, under Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The purpose of the grant is to provide a source of low cost funding for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution projects and other eligible water quality management activities in accordance with Title VI of the Clean Water Act. The goal of the funding is to protect water quality.
$4,515,30012/01/200712/30/2018
99884011North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water program.
$9,418,00002/29/201212/29/2018
00747611Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY2014 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING GRANT

This grant is to fund the State of Missouri's Water Quality Management Planning programs with priority to watershed restoration projects. Work includes water quality monitoring assessment, revision and implementation of water quality standards, development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, and project implementation and management of sub-awards.

This provides incremental funding, additional funding may be provided at a later date.
$393,00012/01/201311/30/2018
83543101Local Government CommissionLOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION

Through this cooperative agreement the grant recipient will organize and plan the New Partners for Smart Growth conference over a period of five years, one conference per year (2014-2018).
$208,00012/01/201311/30/2018
83559901Northern Arizona UniversityNORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY - FY2013 EXCHANGE NETWORK

The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals will use funds under this agreement to provide outreach to increase and enhance tribal participation in the Exchange Network. Over the next five years, the overall goal of this assistance agreement is outreach to federally recognized tribes about the Exchange Network through national meetings, developing a website and newsletter, support for and participation in Exchange Network governance and promote collaboration, mentoring and information sharing among tribal stakeholders.
$160,00012/01/201311/30/2018
99T03101Nye CountyBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND (RLF)

This cooperative agreement will utilize funding to provide a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) for the community to assist funding cleanup planning and remediation activities. The purpose of these activities is to promote redevelopment of the funded sites and future reuse of the property that does not pose a threat to human health and the environment. The RLF activities will be conducted in Esmeralda, White Pine, Lincoln, and Nye Counties, Nevada.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,000,000. Pre-award costs have been approved back to 07/01/2013.
$1,000,00007/01/201310/31/2018
45000113SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves funding in the amount of $13,677,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Enviromental Control to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the State 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.
$13,677,00010/01/201310/31/2018
29000118Missouri Department of Natural Resources2013 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under Title VI of the Clean Water Act.
$37,009,00011/01/201310/31/2018
83563301Bd of Regents University of NE-LincolnINDOOR ENV FACTORS & EFFECTS ON K-12 STUDENT PERF

The objectives of the research project are: (1) to study comprehensively the impacts of a wide set of indoor environmental factors (including indoor air quality, thermal, lighting and acoustic conditions) on student achievement; (2) to investigate how these environmental conditions interact with each other to impact student achievement; (3) to rank order the environmental variables in terms of their relative impact on student achievement; and (4) to determine how these effects vary with different demographic (e.g. socio-economic) groups.
$998,43311/01/201410/31/2018
96329301The Pennsylvania State UniversityENHANCING WETLANDS PROTECTION THROUGH INNOVATIVE MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT

The Pennsylvania State University (PSU) will support the Mid Atlantic Wetland Workgroup (MAWWG) by conducting quarterly meetings, providing a format for states to collaborate and to share ideas. These funds are necessary to add value to current state monitoring and assessment programs by increasing the design and functionality of Floristic Quality Assessment (FQA) tools. Federal funds in the amount of $324,466 are contingent upon availability.
$344,29711/01/201410/31/2018
96108701Maine D.E.P.FY 2008 SPECIAL APPROPRIATION PROJECTS

The grant is for the administration of Congressional Earmark projects involving wastewater infrastructure projects. There is an executed MOU which outlines the responsibilities of the state agency, specifically the review and approval of plans and specifications, performing site inspections, and payment reviews.
$17,60011/01/200810/30/2018
96142101Maine D.E.P.OVERSIGHT OF WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS.

The project is for oversight of congressional earmark water infrastructure projects funded under the 2009 and 2010 Appropriations Act. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection will review plans and specifications, provide environmental documentation, provide administrative support, conduct inspections and review payments associated with Congressional Earmark projects in ME.
$58,00008/01/201110/30/2018
99115009New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2009 NEW HAMPSJIRE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This is a capitalization grant to the State of New Hampshire to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,146,00010/01/200810/01/2018
99115011New Hampshire D.E.S.DRINKING WATER PROJECT FUNDS & SETASIDES

This is a capitalization grant amendment to the State of New Hampshire to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$9,418,00010/01/201110/01/2018
99884697WY State Loan & Investment BoardSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long term source of funding for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$12,558,80009/01/199809/30/2018
97460302FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER PROTECTION COORDINATION GRANTS TO THE STATES

The State of Florida 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. This program is exempt from the seven year GPI.
$1,976,00010/01/200209/30/2018
96405805MS Dept of Environmental QualityCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

The State will oversee the design, building and improvement of 33 wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects to ensure safe drinking water, protect the quality of rivers, lakes, streams, coastal and ocean water, to support economic and recreational activities, and to provide a healthy habitat for fish, plants and wildlife.
$1,705,50010/01/200309/30/2018
98899601CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentBROWNFIELDS - STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides supplemental funding to the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfields sites, and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF. Increase of Funds.
$2,400,00010/01/200309/30/2018
99290408Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY 2008 PRDOH DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$8,146,00010/01/200809/30/2018
99125408Connecticut Department of Public HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLOVING FUND - 08

Per your application reqeust dated May 30, 2008, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,146,00010/01/200809/30/2018
99125407Connecticut Department of Public HealthFY2007 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Per your application request dated May 30, 2008, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the capitalization grant to the State of Connecticut to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,229,00010/01/200809/30/2018
50000107Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation that provides a source of financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and nonpoint source projects throughout the State of Vermont. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$5,207,30010/01/200809/30/2018
97865701SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesWATER PROTECTION COORDINATION GRANT

Provide training and technical assistance to public water systems in South Dakota on vulnerability assessment and emergency response plans, the 14 Features of an Active and Effective Water Security Program, mutual aid agreements and pandemic flu; develop communication strategy for notifying water systems; coordinate with other homeland security agencies; and related activities.
$350,00001/01/200909/30/2018
97891601Mineral CountyFLAT CREEK/IMM SUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funds for Mineral County to participate in the Superfund process at the Flat Creek/IMM site. The County will be involved in developing institutional controls and will maintain a GIS database of properties that EPA sampled and cleaned up in Superior. The County's participation will help ensure protection of public health and the environment in Mineral County.
$95,68503/01/201109/30/2018
25000111Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement TrustWATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT

Per your application request dated July 7, 2011, this grant is being awarded to provide funds in the amount of $50,136,000 to the Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant in the State of Massachusetts. These funds will provide a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Massachusetts. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$50,136,00009/01/201109/30/2018
96145801Capital Regional Development CouncilCAPITAL REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

The project provides funding to Capital Regional Development Council to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in the entire State of New Hampshire. The focus of these cleanups will be in those communities that previously had the strongest industrial base in the early 1900's and now have the highest number of Brownfields sites. CRDC will recapitalize its existing Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) so it can assist communities it was not able to previously. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, development or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant .
$1,800,00010/01/201109/30/2018
36000112NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC-CWSRF SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New York's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New York. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$157,205,22210/01/201109/30/2018
09000112Connecticut DEEPCT FY2012 CWSRF GAP GRANT

This is a FY 2012 Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$17,314,00010/01/201109/30/2018
99290410Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY2010 DWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$13,573,00010/01/201109/30/2018
09000111Connecticut DEEPWASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES

This is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund grant to the State of Connecticut, that provides a source of financing for the construction of treatment facilities and estuary projects throughout the State of Connecticut. The purpose of these projects is to protect water quality.
$18,090,00010/01/201109/30/2018
98132414New Hampshire D.E.S.INCREMENTAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM - FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2013

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$531,04903/01/201309/30/2018
98595413Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER ASSISTANCE FUND

This grant will be used to capitalize Ohio�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program and set-aside activities as authorized by statute. This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Ohio to capitalize its revolving loan fund for financing of the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$27,058,00007/01/201309/30/2018
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
98427213TN Dept of Environment and ConservationSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $9,359,000 to the State of Tennessee to fund their 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 Tennessee. 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 water supply and the State's watersheds.
$9,359,00007/01/201309/30/2018
98433812NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $17,467,080 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of North Carolina. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help provide clean, safe, drinking water and protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$17,467,08007/01/201309/30/2018
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
98433813NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND


This action approves an award in the amount of $22,084,000 to the State of North Carolina for its Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of North Carolina. The State will use capitalization funds to make loans to eligible public water systems for water infrastructure projects. These projects help provide clean, safe, drinking water and protect the public water supply and the State's watersheds.
$22,084,00007/01/201309/30/2018
00178013Connecticut DEEPFY13 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$926,48908/01/201309/30/2018
96826401City of CheyenneBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND GRANT

This project provides funding for the City of Cheyenne, WY to capitalize a revolving loan fund (RLF) from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfields sites, and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF. This RLF supports a multi-year Community Redevlopment Plan that has been sanctioned by the community and supported by a "6th penney tax".
$1,000,00009/01/201309/30/2018
99623620TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardTSSWCB FY13 319(H) AGRICULTURAL/SIVICULTURAL NPS

The activities as described in the workplans will support the approved Texas Nonpoint Source Management Plan. Incremental funds will be used in priority watersheds, and/or development of implementation of TMDL/I-Plans. Workplan deliverables include structural and nonstructural BMP implementation for surface and ground water activities, EPA approved QAPPs when applicable, monitoring information, Education and Outreach activities including watershed group formation, Semi-Annual Reports, and final reports describing the success of the NPS monitoring and management practices.
$3,522,00009/01/201309/30/2018
00F69301Oklahoma Corporation CommissionOCC BROWNFIELDS STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission'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.
$365,00010/01/201309/30/2018
97908114NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319. Activities include watershed planning and developing and implementing nonpoint source best management practices (BMPs) demonstration projects and educating Nevadan�s on prevention and control of nonpoint source pollution.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,262,000. See terms and conditions.
$1,262,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99762913Missouri Department of Natural Resources2013 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure costs in the State of Missouri under the Safe Drinking Water Act, Section 1452.
$16,277,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00350014WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionWV DEPT. OF ENV. PROTECTION 2014

To assist the recipient in implementing their EPA-approved Section 319(h) nonpoint source (NPS) pollution control program activities.
$1,750,12210/01/201309/30/2018
99467414Tennessee Department of AgricultureNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

This action approves an award in the amount of $2,420,000 to support the Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Nonpoint Source Program activities and its 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.
$2,420,00010/01/201309/30/2018
96175401Greater Portland Council of GovernmentsBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

The project provides funding to Greater Portland Council of Governments to capitalize a RLF from which to make loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfields sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF in Cumberland County, Maine. The RLF Program will target the Portland Harbor and Mountain Division Rail Line Corridors. Through redevelopment, the RLF program will help the region achieve desired outcomes for sustainable development. 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.
$800,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00F68001Railroad Commission of TexasTX RRC SUBTITLE C STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for RRC response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Additionally their work will focus on site specific activities for petroleum brownfields sites in Texas. The RRC response program will help accomplish the objectives of GPRA 3.1 "promote sustainable and livable communities". This is an Assistance Agreement with substantial Regional involvement that includes site eligibility determinations, review and approval of Quality Assurance documents, grant funds use for oversight, tracking and accomplishments for national databases, and communicating ongoing national program updates and trends.
$245,00010/01/201309/30/2018
96323001Redevelopment Authority of the County of MontgomeryBROWNFIELD REVOLVING LOAN FUND (HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES)

Funds will be used to capitalize a revolving loan fund and provide subgrants to carry out cleanup activities at brownfield sites located in the County of Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
$800,00010/01/201309/30/2018
98312814DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlFY2014 DELAWARE NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM GRANT

This award provides $1,158,523 Federal assistance, including $10,000 EPA in-kind, to support the Delaware nonpoint source management program developed under Clean Water Act Section 319(h).
$1,158,52310/01/201309/30/2018
00D08513Tampa Bay National Estuary ProgramNATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $512,000 to the Tampa Bay National Estuary Program to maintain and strengthen partnerships to restore and protect Tampa Bay; maintain and strengthen scientific and public education/outreach programs; and assist in securing funds for the Comprehensive Conservation Management Program Implementation.
$512,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99445814Georgia Department of Natural ResourcesNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

This action approves an award in the amount of $3,551,000 to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources 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.
$3,551,00010/01/201309/30/2018
97548713Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMI DEQ- DWRF

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Michigan to capitalize its revolving loan fund for the financing of drinking water facility construction, program administration, set asides, and other eligible drinking water related activities.
$25,579,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00349814PA Dept of Environmental Protection2014 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION 319(H) PROGRAM

To assist the recipient in implementing their EPA-approved Section 319 nonpoint source (NPS) pollution control program activities.
$4,672,16210/01/201309/30/2018
00F70401OK Dept of Env QualityODEQ BROWNFIELDS STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM FY14

This project provides funding for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality's response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$825,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00914014American Samoa EPAFY-2014 - 2018 CONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS

The work and objective of the EPA Consolidated Environmental Management and Protection Grant to the American Samoa EPA is to continue the successful planning, development, and implementation of environmental management and protection statutes, regulations, and programs, including outreach and education, for all environmental media (Air, Water, Land) in American Samoa. ASEPA's work plan, which, as examples, has specific goals and objectives for programs to provide potable drinking water for 100 percent of the population; clean beaches for swimming and fishing; watershed management for elimination of CAFO nonpoint sources and reducing the 303d list of contaminated streams; water quality (marine and stream) monitoring to help with coral reef and indigenous biota protection; clean-up of Brownfield sites; pesticide management to eliminate illegal importation and use of unregistered/foreign pesticides; all of which and more are detailed in the ASEPA Work Plan which has been negotiated and approved by the PIO Program Manager/ Project Officer. The full and detailed ASEPA Work Plan is attached and describes the objectives, milestones, and goals that meet the requirements of EPA's Strategic Plan, GPRA, statutes, regulations, and is being done with the authority and legislative intent of the Omnibus Territories Act. This award provides funding for the implementation of ASEPA's Consolidated Environmental Management Program, which includes, primary enforcement responsibility for drinking water; territorial and beach water quality monitoring; watershed management including enforcement activities; Brownfields program development and site cleanup; delegation of EPA pesticide program responsibility; environmental education and community outreach; clean air program management.
$4,299,11210/01/201309/30/2018
00F68101New Mexico Environment DepartmentSTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM GRANTS 128(A) - NM VOLUNTARY REMEDIATION PROGRAM

This project provides funding for NMED response program that includes 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 public involvement; mechanisms for approval of cleanup plans and verification of complete responses. Additionally their work will focus on site specific activities for brownfields sites in New Mexico. The NMED response program will help accomplish the objectives of GPRA 3.1 "promote sustainable and livable communities". This is an Assistance Agreement with substantial Regional involvement that includes site eligibility determinations, review and approval of Quality Assurance documents, grant funds use for oversight, tracking and accomplishments for national databases and communicating ongoing national program updates and trends.
$895,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99462914South Carolina Dept. of Health & Envir. ControlNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM

This action approves an award in the amount of $2,372,000 to the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control 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 projects related to controlling nonpoint source pollution.
$2,372,00010/01/201309/30/2018
96826501UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND BLOCK FUNDING 2014-2019

This Cooperative Agreement provides the State of Utah, Department of Environmental Quality funding to continue their cooperative work in support of the Region 8 Superfund Program. Increase of funds.
State support on NPL and Non-NPL site activity.
WQ Manage Assist $53,000
CORE $305,000 (10% cost share applies)
PA/SI $395,000
Special Accounts total $197,000:
Midvale Slag OU2 $10,000
Richardson Flats $35,000
Northwest Oil Drain $45,000
Ogden $7,000
UP&L $10,000
US Mag $90,000
$2,230,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00D02412Florida International UniversityFLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY WATER QUALITY MONITORING

This project will measure the status and trends of water quality parameters to evaluate progress toward achieving and maintaining water quality standards and protecting and restoring the living marine resources of the Sanctuary.
$1,425,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00J81201Nez Perce TribeLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS ASSESSMENT (LUST)

This grant will provide funding for the Nez Perce Tribe to perform environmental site assessment and cleanup activities at LUST sites within the reservation boundary. While grant work activities can be performed anywhere on the reservation, the communities of Kooskia and Orofino will be targeted. Abandoned tank surveys and inventories will also be conducted.
$95,80310/01/201309/30/2018
00E01220City of Indianapolis-DMDBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND - ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP

This agreement will allow the City of Indianapolis to create a Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund. The fund will be used to provide qualified applicants the necessary capital to conduct cleanup of properties and establish a revolving loan fund that is self sustaining.
$1,000,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00E01236Macomb County MichiganBROWNFIELDS RLF GRANT FOR MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb County hopes to use over 90% of the grant funds to capitalize a revolving loan fund (RLF) targeted at developers and businesses as borrowers. Funds will be utilized to cleanup properties that meet all site selection criteria including borrower eligibility, site eligibility and proposed cleanup activities. RLF loans will be prioritized to cleanup and redevelop brownfields in the County's south industrial region, along key business corridors, within the Clinton River floodplain, along the shores of St. Clair and other county sites.
$1,000,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00F68201Eight Northern Indian Pueblo CouncilENIPC BROWNFIELDS TRIBAL CERLA 128(A)

This project provides funding for ENIPC tribal 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. Additionally their work will focus on site specific activities for brownfields sites in tribal lands. The ENIPC tribal response program will help accomplish the objectives of GPRA 3.1 "promote sustainable and livable communities". This an Assistance Agreement with substantial Regional involvement that includes site eligibility determinations, review and approval of Quality Assurance documents, grant funds use for oversight, tracking and accomplishments for national databases, and communicating ongoing national program updates and trends.
$325,00010/01/201309/30/2018
96822501Confederated Salish & Kootenai TribesNONPOINT SOURCE PROJECTS - MISSION CREEK

This award provides funding to address water quality problems through the implementation of best management practices.
$130,14910/01/201309/30/2018
00E72714Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityFY2014 205(J) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) plans to derive new water quality criteria for approximately 20 new chemicals in each of the fiscal years covered by this grant. There will be two pass through projects. The first will result in the state's first ground water monitoring strategy. The second will develop a water quality collaboration assessment and planning process for the State of Michigan.
$609,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99939213HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $104,000 which supports the Water Quality Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendments; bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs); data management; and holding public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$104,00010/01/201309/30/2018
98132415New Hampshire D.E.S.INCREMENTAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM - FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2014

This agreement provides support to the State of New Hampshire to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$575,19410/01/201309/30/2018
97623809Louisiana Department of Agriculture and ForestryFY13 LDAF 319 NPS

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDAF will support LDAF's NPS staff to work with local partners, and USDA to implement watershed specific NPS activities in selected watersheds.
$2,070,31010/01/201309/30/2018
00F70901City of TulsaCITY OF TULSA COALITION REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This project provides funding for the City of Tulsa to capitalize a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) loan which will administer loans and subgrants to cleanup brownfileds sites and conduct other necessary activities to prudently manage the RLF. With this project, Tulsa anticipates a decline in pre-existing public health risks; developing new property owners and tenants; creating new jobs and services; and increasing the city tax base through the reduction of blight, abandoned properties, and poverty. Tulsa and the surrounding communities have approximately 500 potential Brownfields sites. Based on their previous successes, Tulsa anticipates generating an immediate and steady demand for RLF funding from this cooperative agreement.
$800,00010/01/201309/30/2018
83554001World Health OrganizationEPA & WHO ON HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

The Objective of this cooperative agreement is to stimulate/support the work of WHO related to Health and the Environment, including risk assessment, which is of value to the international scientific community and nations of the world. It implements an Memorandum of Understanding between the EPA Administrator and Director General of WHO, signed first in 1992 and then in 2002 (it was extended through Fall, 2017). The activities under the MOU and this agreement contribute to the protection Human Health and the Environment by linking together existing institutions and personnel to work on shared goals including sound environmental management, improved human health risk reduction of environmental hazards, pollution prevention and sustainable economic development. This specific agreement covers the Public Health and the Environment, including the International Program on Chemical Safety (IPCS) and the Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residue (JMPR).
$575,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99318914VA Dept of HealthLEAD SAFE VIRGINIA PROGRAM

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to assist Virginia in its ongoing efforts to: administer its lead program through certification and accreditation of lead-based paint professionals; monitor lead-based paint activities through inspections and notification procedures; issue enforcement actions to ensure compliance with requirements and to deter further violations; provide compliance assistance to the regulated community; provide education and lead regulations and lead issues to the public; perform outreach activities on various lead-based paint issues and regulatory requirements.
$368,65810/01/201309/30/2018
00E01321Michigan Dept of Environmental QualitySECTION 106 MONITORING INITIATIVE

The Section 106 Monitoring Initiative project will allow Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) to build capacity in their water monitoring programs. As part of the National Coastal Condition Assessment (NCCA), MDEQ will conduct assessments of 111 costal sites, including 11 re-visits, for a total of 122 site visits. MDEQ is developing assessment methodology that will incorporate NCCA data into Michigan's Integrated Report results. MDEQ will complete a reference site analysis for River and Stream Rapid Bioassessment Procedure.
$770,00010/01/201309/30/2018
83557601Assoc. St. & Terr Solid Waste Mgmt. Off.HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE REMOVAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project will promote the enhancement of State-Federal partnership in the management of State emergency response programs; provide and promote State participation in appropriate conferences, meetings, webinars, workshops, and seminars; and provide the opportunity for State review and comments of guidance documents, training materials, in cooperation with EPA's Office of Emergency Management (OEM).
$59,76310/01/201309/30/2018
00915614CNMI-Division of Environmental QualityFY-2014 - 2018 CONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS

The work and objective of the EPA Consolidated Environmental Management and Protection Grant to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Division of Environmental Quality (CNMI DEQ) is to continue the successful planning, development, and implementation of environmental management and protection statutes, regulations, and programs, including outreach and education, for all environmental media (Air, Water, Land) in the CNMI. CNMI DEQ's work plan which has specific goals and objectives for programs to provide potable drinking water for 100 percent of the population; clean beaches for swimming and fishing; watershed management for Best Management Practices' (BMP) for nonpoint sources of pollution and reducing the Clean Water Act 303(d) list of contaminated waters; water quality (marine and stream) monitoring to help with coral reef and indigenous biota protection; clean-up of Brownfield sites; pesticide management to eliminate illegal importation and use of unregistered/foreign pesticides. In addition, activities may include primary enforcement responsibility for the safe drinking water program; territorial and beach water quality monitoring; watershed management including enforcement activities; Brownfields program development and site cleanup; pesticide program responsibilities; environmental education and community outreach; clean air Title V program management and issuance of air permits; implementation of RCRA D primary enforcement responsibility, toxic waste management with RCRA C as a model; underground storage tanks management; SPCC, above-ground storage tank management; all of which and more are detailed in the CNMI DEQ Work Plan.
$4,069,46310/01/201309/30/2018
99486614MS Dept of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

This action approves an award in the amount of $2,916,000 to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality to support programs and projects designed to reduce nonpoint source pollution and achieve/maintain beneficial use of water.
$2,916,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00906314Guam Environmental Protection AgencyCONSOLIDATED ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM

The work and objective is to continue the successful planning, development, and implementation of environmental management and protection statutes, regulations, and programs, including outreach and education, for all environmental media (Air, Water, Land) in Guam. Specifics includes, primary enforcement responsibility for drinking water; territorial and beach water quality monitoring; watershed management including enforcement activities; Brownfields program development and site cleanup; delegation of EPA pesticide program responsibility; environmental education and community outreach; clean air program management.
$6,292,12010/01/201309/30/2018
00F76901Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityFY15 BROWNFIELDS STATE ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality's response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$620,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00666010LA Universities Marine ConsortiumFY 2014 BARATARIA TERREBONNE ESTUARY PROGRAM

This project focuses on the implementation of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) restoration of disappearing coastal habitats of the estuary through tasks outlined in the Barataria Terrebonne Estuary Program (BTNEP) annual workplan. These restoration efforts include applied research components that address restoration from an economic and ecological perspective
$512,00010/01/201309/30/2018
96286914Camden Redevelopment AgencyCAMDEN REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Under this cooperative agreement the Camden Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will manage a Revolving Loan Fund with the intent to make loans and subgrants to eligible entities to perform environmental cleanups of hazardous and petroleum substances at eligible brownfields sites. The Revolving Loan Fund is designed to provide financial resources to selected business owners or real estate developers engaged in cleanup of brownfields sites as part of economic expansion projects. "Brownfields" are properties, whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of petroleum and hazardous substances, or other pollutants or contaminants.
$999,99910/01/201309/30/2018
99610220Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY13 LDEQ 319 NPS

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDEQ will support NPS staff to develop an additional four watershed implementation plans and continue to monitor in three water bodies and partner with watershed coordinators, LDAF, local partners and USDA to implement watershed specific NPS activities in 18 watersheds.
$1,543,69010/01/201309/30/2018
95469714KY Energy and Environment CabinetPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANTS

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, promote pollution prevention, and implement non-point source management plan to protect water quality on a watershed basis.
$9,857,27410/01/201309/30/2018
97593514Minnesota Pollution Control Agency2014 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will utilize Federal Fiscal Year 2014 funds to support 13 nonpoint pass-through projects to include best management practice installation for animal wastes, sediment, pesticide and fertilizer control, a variety of other structural and non-structural practices, watershed planning, monitoring, watershed coordinators, technology demonstration, and a variety of education and outreach programs.
$2,394,86710/01/201309/30/2018
00J72201Nez Perce TribeDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement is the continuation of the existing DITCA (DI-96082201) that supports EPA's Underground Storage Tank (UST) program in Indian Country. The focus of the program is Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) prevention, recognizing that the overarching goal of this cooperative agreement is to prevent the occurrence of new LUST sites in Indian Country. Tasks to be performed under the grant include employee training and development, performing inspections, owner/operator training, establishing a GIS database with tank information, overseeing tank closures, participate in National Indian Country UST/LUST workgroups, and other UST related services.
$102,94510/01/201309/30/2018
00E72013Indiana Department of Environmental Management604 (B) 205(J) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING PROGRAM

This project will develop a Watershed Management Plan for sub-watersheds in Upper Mississinewa River, which include maps, calculation of pollutant loads, conducting a monitoring program, partnership with Ball State University. Also, characterization of suspended sediment, nitrate, and phosphorous concentration and loads in the Kankakee River Watershed in Indiana by use of a continuous Water Quality Monitoring Sentry Gages. The project consist of installing and operating two sentry gages for two years on the Kankakee River, Shelby, Indiana and one on the Iroquois River, Foresman, Indiana.
$337,75010/01/201309/30/2018
26000113Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant will help Michigan's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program continue to provide participants in Michigan with low cost financial assistance, to construct wastewater facilities, to diminish or eliminate non point source water pollution and implement other water quality management activities.
$57,406,00010/01/201309/30/2018
97547414Michigan Dept of Environmental Quality319 NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM PASS THROUGH PROJECTS

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is receiving $72,000 in supplemental funds for their Fiscal Year 2014 Section 319 pass-through projects grant to develop a nine element watershed management plan covering priority areas of the Rouge River. The proposed watershed management plan will cover three contiguous 12-digit Hydrologic Unit Code sub-watersheds in a portion ofthe Rouge River watershed that covers the western portion of the City of Detroit
$2,293,50010/01/201309/30/2018
00D12713Palm Beach Co. GovernmentBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT AND CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $1,000,000 to Palm Beach County, Florida for its Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to issue loans and sub-grants to cleanup Brownfields properties contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum products, and prudently manage the RLF. These funds will also be used for community involvement activities to encourage redevelopment of site(s) so the future reuse of the property(ies) will create/retain jobs and does not pose a threat to human health and the environment.
$1,000,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00T43801HI Dept of HealthBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This grant provides EPA funding in the amount of $305,000 to continue the implementation of the State's beach water quality monitoring and public notification programs conducted by the Hawaii Department of Health, as required by the Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health Act.
$305,00010/01/201309/30/2018
00E01242City of ManitowocCITY OF MANITOWOC

The City of Manitowoc will enter into a Cooperative Agreement (CA) with the USEPA for the use of Brownfields Revolving Loan Funds (RLF) to encourage the revitalization and beneficial reuse of brownfield sites. The RLF will be a vital addition to the City's existing brownfields program by establishing a sustainable source of funds that can be used to remediate brownfield properties located in strategic corridors and major redevelopment areas with the City. The City will use funding from their existing assessment grants and the 2013 RLF to bring brownfield projects from initial identification, through assessment and remediation, to productive end use redevelopment. It is estimated that over the course of the grant the City will execute between 1 and 3 loans that will support the creation of jobs, the cleanup of distressed areas, the rehabilitation of buildings that are blighted and functionally obsolete, the elimination of blight and increase tax base in specific geographic areas of focus that represent the most redevelopment potential.
$1,000,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99465714NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION


This action approves an award in the amount of $3,534,000 to the State of North Carolina in support 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 projects related to controlling nonpoint source pollution.
$3,534,00010/31/201309/30/2018
96827201EmKayan Village Water and Sewer DistrictEM-KAYAN VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT

The purpose of this project is to replace inadequate water lines with new and improved water infrastructure for the EmKayan Village Water and Sewer District in Montana. This project will provide potable water to customers who are served by the District. Increase of Funds.
$161,95705/12/201409/30/2018
00100314Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated April 30, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $481,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts' water resources and will support the following activities: monitoring to determine the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems, and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional public organizations. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions have been incorporated into this award.
$481,00007/01/201409/30/2018
05000214Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND LOAN FUND (CWSRF)

These funds will be used by the State of Arkansas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and intermunicipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays, with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$9,165,00007/01/201409/30/2018
98600117Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF) CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To provide federal funds to the State of Arkansas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, State Program Management, and Local assistance (Capacity Development).
$13,534,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T23401Mesa Grande Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $143,250 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$143,25010/01/201409/30/2018
00591714Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesFFY14 SECTION 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE WATERSHED PROJECT GRANT

The purpose of the workplan is to fund qualifying Clean Water Act Section 319 non-point source (NPS) implementation core activities and programs for the State. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) is proposing to address NPS pollution within the State by identifying projects and activities that will promote the development and implementation of watershed-based plans, administer and provide cost-sharing grants to fund NPS best management practices (BMP), and monitor and assess waters for NPS impairments.
$1,966,50010/01/201409/30/2018
00F86701OK Dept of Env QualitySUPERFUND FIVE YEAR REVIEWS - REMEDIAL SITES IN OKLAHOMA

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

This cooperative agreement contributes to the attainment of environmental results under Program Results Code (PRC) 303DD2 as noted in EPA's Strategic Plan, Goal 3. Cleaning up Communities and Advancing Sustainable Development Ogjective 3.3: Restore Land. This enables the ODEQ to lead in this Superfund cleanup, consult with EPA before during, or after cleanup activities in such a manner which protects human health and the environment.
$46,25810/01/201409/30/2018
99T18401Mechoopda Indian TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $414,100 to support activities for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/16. See Terms and Conditions.
$414,10010/01/201409/30/2018
99T15901Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone Tribe's Environmental Program to include capacity building for the Tribe's education and outreach program, development of a climate change vulnerability assessment, and collaboration on regional environmental issues with federal, state, and local agencies regarding projects that may impact the reservation's environment. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $297,000. These funds support activities from October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2016.
$297,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T16901Iipay Nation of Santa YsabelGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel's Environmental Program to include the development of portions of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), an Earth Day event focused on composting, development of an antidegradation ordinance, a drought contingency plan for the entire reservation, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $108,800. This funding is for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$108,80010/01/201409/30/2018
00D03114FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $660,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to allow the State to build capacity in their water monitoring programs by undertaking a number of activities, which may include the use of statistical surveys, improving data management systems, enhancing biological monitoring efforts, expanding monitoring networks, monitoring new water types, and/or obtaining monitoring equipment and laboratory services.
$660,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T10001Colorado River Indian TribesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $75,100 for a period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015. See terms and conditions.
$75,10010/01/201409/30/2018
99T11101White Mountain Apache TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $145,200 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$145,20010/01/201409/30/2018
99T14201Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $79,836 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$79,83610/01/201409/30/2018
99T16401Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $304,780 to support activities through 09/30/2016.
$304,78010/01/201409/30/2018
99759314Iowa Department of Natural Resources2014 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for drinking water infrastructure in the State of Iowa.
$13,229,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T17601Berry Creek RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This award provides $50,000 of federal funding for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/15, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T17901Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

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

This award provides funding for a period of 10/1/2014 - 09/30/2015, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$157,80010/01/201409/30/2018
00F90801Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityBROWNFIELDS 128(A) STATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality's response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.
$310,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T21901Guidiville Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $92,000 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$92,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T18001Rincon Band of Luiseno IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $79,900 for the period of 10/01/2014 - 09/30/2015.
$79,90010/01/201409/30/2018
98392505VA Dept of Environmental QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This agreement provides funding for the operation of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's (VADEQ) continuing environmental programs while giving it greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between VADEQ and EPA. This action provides incremental funding in the amount of $150,000 for the 105 program, $130,000 for the 106 Base program, $188,790 for the 106 Monitoring program, and $568,204 for the Brownfields program. This action provides a total amount of incremental funding of $1,036,994 which includes no EPA in-kind assistance. Federal Funds in the amount of $33,875,281 are contingent upon availability.
$1,036,99410/01/201409/30/2018
00F93501Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityLDEQ CWA SPECIAL PROJECT-INDIAN BAYOU

The purpose of this award is to provide the State of Louisiana assistance for the implementation of its Nonpoint Source Management Plan, which is designed to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act. Funding of this cooperative agreement through LDEQ will support NPS staff to conduct an education and outreach campaign, watershed assessment, monitoring and individual home sewage inspection and agricultural BMPs (as needed to restore the Indian Bayou.
$262,63210/01/201409/30/2018
99T21201North American Development BankWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ALONG THE US-MEXICO BORDER

This cooperative agreement will support the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) program. This program provides funds for design and construction of community water and wastewater infrastructure projects within 100 kilometers north and south of the US-Mexico border and for administrative and related costs to the implementation and oversight of these projects.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $2,000,000.
$2,000,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T13001Viejas Band of Kumeyaay IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians' Environmental Program to include building staff capacity via training, creating a robust community outreach and education program, networking with other federal and state agencies to build awareness of activities happening around the reservation, completing an EPA/Tribal Environmental Plan, as well as general administrative and financial management.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $62,500 for the period of 10/1/2014 to 09/30/2015.
$62,50010/01/201409/30/2018
96184301National Fish & Wildlife FoundationLONG ISLAND SOUND FUTURES FUND GRANT PROGRAM

This assistance award will fund the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to support community-based efforts to restore Long Island Sound by providing subgrants on a competitive basis through the Long Island Sound Futures Fund. Funded projects will educate and involve the public, protect and restore habitat, and reduce polluted runoff. This program will promote direct citizen involvement and individual and community actions to protect and restore Long Island Sound.
$1,263,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T19001Cahuilla Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Cahuilla Band of Indian's Environmental Program to include building capacity for environmental protection programs administered by EPA.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $115,612 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$115,61210/01/201409/30/2018
99T13701Wells Band CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $119,500. This action is to support Year 1 of workplan activities through September 30, 2015, although the General Assistance Program's 4-year project and budget periods are October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2018.

NOTE: Special Terms and Conditions per 'High Risk' designation letter, dated September 25, 2014.

The objective of the project is for the Wells Band Council to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a climate change adaptation plan, developing a recycling program, developing a Tribal environmental education program, and researching additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.
$119,50010/01/201409/30/2018
96331301WV Div of Natural ResourcesOPERATIONALIZING WETLAND FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT IN WEST VIRGINIA

The West Virginia Department of Natural Resources (WVDNR) will develop and validate a wetland functional assessment protocol applicable to assessing potential impacts to selected wetland functions, evaluating success in mitigating for impacts and in evaluating wetland status statewide. The project meets the needs of their Wetland Program Plan, involves close coordination with West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Agency, informs landowners of exemplary wetlands under purview, and determines credit and debit for compensatory mitigation. The information generated will help state agencies manage and assess wetland resources and inform mitigation decisions. Federal funds in the amount of $350,000 are contingent upon availability.
$350,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T15401Ramona Band of Cahuilla Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Ramona Band of Cahuilla to plan, develop and establish capacity building for environmental protection programs administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Tribe is attending training and meetings such as the Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC), annual conference; organizing and conducting training education and outreach on waste management, clean water protection and energy efficiency; and managing the Tribe's Environmental Office including timely submission of progress reports.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $72,000.00 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15, which is the 1st year of a 4-year grant.
$72,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T22301Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Inter Tribal Council of Arizona's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through assisting tribes with Solid Waste tasks, Air Quality tasks, disseminating relevant environmental information to tribal recipients, attending environmental trainings, work shops and conferences, and hosting the Arizona Tribal Managers meetings.

This assistance program provides federal funding in the amount of $315,820 for the two year period of 10/1/14 - 9/30/16.
$315,82010/01/201409/30/2018
99T22201Round Valley Indian TribesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Round Valley Indian Tribe to plan, develop and establish capacity building of their environmental protection program through conducting environmental outreach and education events; updating their Solid Waste Management Implementatin Plan; attending Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) meetings, the annual conference, and other environmental meetings; and searching for additional funding relevant to the tribe's needs.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $47,200 to support workplan activities through 9/30/2015.
$47,20010/01/201409/30/2018
99610322Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The activities as described in the workplan will support the State Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Plan and will be performed in Priority Watersheds as defined by the State of Arkansas. Workplan deliverables include: core program activities, structural & non-structural Best Management Practices implementation for surface and ground water monitoring information, education and outreach activities, Semi-Annual Reports, draft and final reports describing the success of the Nonpoint Source monitoring and management practices.
$2,988,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T11001Chicken Ranch RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Chicken Ranch Rancheria to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a baseline needs assessment for the Tribal community; developing a basic environmental program and environmental data systems for collection and storage of environmental data; developing a Tribal environmental education program; developing Geographic Information System capabilities to gather environmental information on Tribal lands; and, searching for additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T12401Hopland Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Hopland Tribe's Environmental Program to include building staff capacity by attending relevant environmental trainings, conferences and workshop, providing community outreach and environmental education, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $140,000 for a period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$140,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T10201Elko Band CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $131,303 to support Year 1 of workplan activities through September 30, 2015; although, the General Assistance Program's 4-year project/budget period is October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2018.

The objective of the project is for the Elko Band to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a Geographic Information System (GIS) program; developing a workgroup of tribal, local and county officials to work on illegal dumping issues on reservation lands; providing guidance and training to environmental staff, Tribal Council and Tribal members; and researching additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.
$131,30310/01/201409/30/2018
99T16001Big Lagoon RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is to expand the Big Lagoon Tribe's Environmental Program to include capacity building for conducting a solid waste assessment, development of a Tribal Community-Based Advisory group, environmental outreach and education activities, and development of a Pollution Prevention Policy. This award of $165,500 in federal funding is for the period of 10/1/2014 - 09/30/2015.
$165,50010/01/201409/30/2018
98235215VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesFY2014 DRINKING WATER CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Territory of Virgin Islands' Drinking Water Capital Improvement Program, which provides financing for the construction of infrastructure projects needed to maintain or achieve compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements. The administration of a range of activities includes small systems technical assistance. These practices will protect public health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, fish, shellfish, and recreational waters.
$4,378,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99692517New Mexico Finance AuthorityNMFA DWSRF FY 2014 CAP GRANT

To provide federal funds to the State of New Mexico for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance, State Programs Management, and Local Assistance.
$8,845,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T20101Havasupai TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Havasupai Tribe's Environmental Program to include the development of a baseline needs assessment, the development and completion of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), increased understanding of GAP and other capacity-building EPA programs by attending the EPA/Tribal Annual Conference, investment in personnel development for environmental staff through the creation of a training development plan, the development of a source separation facility proposal to further their Solid Waste Management Program, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $118,200 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015, which is the first year of the grant. See Terms and Conditions.
$118,20010/01/201409/30/2018
97896515WY Department of Environmental QualityWY DEQ FY15 106

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint souces for enchanicing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$160,00010/01/201409/30/2018
96978713HI Dept of HealthNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319. Tasks include development and implementation of watershed plans and total maximum daily loads, including projects and staff work to achieve on the ground restoration of nonpoint source impaired waters. Projects are solicited via a competitive state-wide procurement process. Work under this agreement includes implementation of Coastal Nonpoint Source program under Coastal Zone Act Reauthorizaion.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,146,000.
$1,146,00009/30/201309/29/2018
19000113Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA 2013 STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

These funds will be used to provide loans for wastewater infrastructure costs in the State of Iowa.
$18,069,00009/15/201309/15/2018
99126007Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyFY 2007 DRINKING WATER SRF

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Rhode Islance to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund Program.
$8,229,00009/01/200809/01/2018
83556001New England Interstate WPCCCOMPLIANCE/PREVENTION OF UNDERGROUND TANK STORAGE

This project aims to improve the compliance and leak prevention of underground storage tanks (USTs) by providing UST program implementation support, technical assistance, coordination, information exchange mechanisms, and training for states and tribes.
$518,50009/01/201308/31/2018
83555901New England Interstate WPCCIMPLEMENTATION OF STATE/TRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM

This project aims to improve the cleanup and management of releases from leaking underground storage tanks (LUSTs) by providing LUST program implementation support, technical assistance, coordination, information exchange mechanisms, and training for states and tribes.
$370,50009/01/201308/31/2018
83555301Association of Schools of Public HealthASPH/EPA FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to provide fellowship opportunities within EPA offices for alumni of ASPH-member, Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)-accredited graduate schools of public health. During these placements, fellows will gain practice-based professional learning experiences and perform activities under the mentorship of EPA experts in the field of environmental health.
$2,043,39409/01/201308/31/2018
99T18301Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to support outreach and education efforts; consultation and coordination with tribal and non-tribal entities; participation in resource management planning efforts; administration and coordination of multiple environmental programs; pursuit of environmental protection funding; attending environmental meetings, including the Regional Tribal Operations Committee and the annual Tribal/EPA conference; developing a staff training plan; and, updating environmental ordinances including the illegal dumping ordinance.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $352,300 to support workplan activities through 8/31/2016.
$352,30009/01/201408/31/2018
99679518Texas Water Development BoardTEXAS DRINKING WATER SRF FY14 ALLOCATION

To provide federal funds to the State of Texas for the purpose of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for the following types of set-aside activities: Administrative, Small Systems Technical Assistance, Local Assistance and State Programs Management. Revise reporting deadlines, payment schedule, etc. in programmatic conditions, 4.,9.,12.,24., and 25.
$63,953,00009/01/201408/31/2018
00F90501Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program Inc.COASTAL BEND BAYS & ESTUARIES PROGRAM FY2015

This project implements recommendations of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) regarding restoration of disappearing coastal habitats of the Coastal Bend Estuaries through tasks outlined in the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program, Inc., (CBBEP) annual work plan.
$573,00009/01/201408/31/2018
48000214Texas Water Development BoardFY14 TX CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds will be used by the State of Texas to provide loans and other types of financial assistance (not grants) to local communities and inter municipal and interstate agencies for wastewater improvements. The effect of the financing will be improved water quality in streams, lakes, rivers and bays with resulting benefits to aquatic life and for use as drinking water sources; and/or elimination of disease from health hazards like raw sewage discharges.
$64,084,00009/04/201408/31/2018
99818613CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION GRANTS

This agreement provides support to the State to implement its state nonpoint source management program developed under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
$1,077,11708/15/201308/14/2018
46000111SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesSOUTH DAKOTA CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of South Dakota to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of 1) publicly-owned wastewater treatment works infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Clean Water Act; and 2) nonpoint source activities to protect water quality.
$7,222,00008/09/201108/09/2018
98452211FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $30,751,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to fund Florida's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. 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 water supply and the State's watersheds.
$30,751,00009/01/201107/31/2018
98009013Oregon Health AuthorityOHA DWSRF FY13

This grant increases the capacity of Oregon to ensure that their public water systems continue to provide safe drinking water. This is done by (1) continuing loan financing to public water systems and support for newly proposed priority projects, (2) providing grant support for covering administrative expenses, small public water system technical assistance, State program management and local assistance, and (3) continuation of the loan fund to finance source water protection projection initiatives, including acquiring and conservation easements.
$8,421,00008/01/201307/31/2018
12000111FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $49,845,000 to improve water quality on a watershed basis by providing funds to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to make loans for infrastructure and non-point source pollution prevention. These loans help to provide clean, safe water for drinking, recreation and food production.
$49,845,00008/01/201107/30/2018
98452213FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $27,496,000 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. This grant is to protect public health and water sources on a watershed basis by providing capitalization funds to the State of Florida. 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 water supply and the State's watersheds.
$27,496,00007/01/201307/30/2018
99818713UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH DEQ - NON POINT SOURCE FY13

This award provides funding to promote the development and implementation of watershed based plans which result in improved water quality in impaired waters.
$861,62107/22/201307/21/2018
99121810Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT DRINKING WATER

This is a capitalization grant to the State of Vermont to fund drinking water infrastructure projects and associated drinking water activities through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program.
$13,573,00007/01/201107/01/2018
98577711Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyDRINKING WATER - STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of drinking water facilities, program administration and drinking water related activities.
$35,549,00007/01/201107/01/2018
17000111Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Illinois to capitalize its revolving loan fund to finance the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, estuary projects, and programs administration.
$66,784,00007/01/201107/01/2018
99996010NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $21,719,000. Preaward costs are approved back to May 1, 2010.
$21,719,00005/01/201006/30/2018
32000110NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Nevada's CW-SRF program for financing wastewater, non-point source and other infrastructure improvements allowed by the Clean Water Act (CWA) Title VI. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection will lend these funds to municipalities in NV at below market interest rates to address their wastewater infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides funds for administration of NV's CWSRF program.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $13,276,300. Preaward costs are approved back to May 1, 2010.
$13,276,30005/01/201006/30/2018
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