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83558601University of CincinnatiRESEARCH TRAINING FOR COLLEGE & UNIV. STUDENTS

This agreement will provide opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students from participating universities to conduct exploratory work at a federal research laboratory. The students will be mentored by researchers within the Office of Research Development offices in Cincinnati, OH.
$1,516,00005/01/201404/30/2017
98409914GA Environmental Finance AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $19,284,000 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority which continues the capitalization of the Georgia Drinking Water State Revolving fund program by 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 practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$19,284,00005/01/201406/30/2018
00J91901Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Tech AdvisoryDUWAMISH COMMUNITY ACTION FOR CLEAN AIR

Due to poor air and strong evidence of related health issues in Duwamish Valley, the project will (1) compile existing information on the sources of diesel and other air pollution in the Duwamish Valley, (2) identify and fill data gaps with new monitoring and mapping efforts, and (3) take action to reduce exposure to air pollutants and the frequency and severity of asthma among local residents.
$119,98406/01/201405/31/2016
99813114SD Department of Environment and Natural ResourcesWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This award provides funding to assist States to carryout water qualty management planning, giving priority to watershed restoration planning.
$100,00004/15/201409/30/2016
83560501University of MassachusettsINDOOR AIR QUALITY IN TENTS – WOODSMOKE EXPOSURE

This project will measure indoor air quality in tents used for subsistence hunting activities by characterizing wood-smoke aerosol components; determine the resultant biological effects associated with exposure to biomass aerosol; and provide recommendations for system improvements based on intervention strategies in a population of Native North American hunters living in subarctic North America. Through the objectives of the research, they aim to reduce exposures to the most susceptible populations and allow continued practice of an important Tribal activity.
$700,00005/01/201404/30/2017
00F31901Houston-Galveston Area CouncilHOUSTON-GALVESTON MARINE AND NONROAD PROGRAM

The Houston-Galveston Clean Marine and Nonroad Program project will achieve significant emission reductions across the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria ozone nonattainment area. They will provide sub-grants through a competitive process to multiple operators of nonroad equipment and marine vessels. These Sub-Grantees will replace current construction equipment with Tier 4 equipment and the marine sub-grantee will replace current main engines with new Tier 3 engines.
$798,56805/13/201409/30/2015
83560901National Rural Water AssociationTRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS

This project will provide classroom and/or on-site training and technical assistance to small public water systems on Safe Drinking Water Act and National Primary Drinking Water Regulations compliance and related public water system operation. Training and technical assistance will be provided to strengthen the technical capacity of public water system personnel and enable them to comply with the regulatory requirements applicable to their system. Training and technical assistance priorities and specific activities will be identified in state specific operating plans developed in consultation with state drinking water regulatory agencies and drinking water program staff at US Environmental Protection Agency regional and headquarters offices.
$4,500,00006/01/201405/31/2015
96583403Grand Portage Band of ChippewaGRAND PORTAGE AIR GRANT FY2014 CAA 103

Through this cooperative agreement, the Grand Portage Band of Chippewa will continue to operate a fine particulate matter (PM 2.5) continuous Beta Attenuation Monitor (BAM) and the Haze Cam visibilty camera to characterize reservation air quality. The Tribal air staff will also continue to update the emissions inventory, pursue Treatment as a State under section 105 of the Clean Air Act and participate in national and regional air planning organizations. The Tribal air staff will continue to conduct education and outreach to increase the local community's awareness of important air quality issues.
$70,00004/01/201403/31/2015
83560801Rural Community Assistance Partnership IncTRAINING/TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PRIVATE WELL OWNERS

The applicant will partner with its six regional affilitates and with the Illinois State Water Survey and Illinois Water Resources Center at the University of Illinois to provide training and technical assistance to owners and managers of private drinking water wells. The overall objective of the project is to help these owners and managers help protect water quality by minimizing contamination via drinking water wells through the activities of this project. Technical assistance will be provided on-site as well as through phone and electronic communications. Training for private well owners will be accomplished through multimedia learning, face-to-face presentations, and webinars.
$300,00005/01/201404/30/2015
00T76201San Diego County APCDPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant amendment is to provide current year funding to the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (SDCAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 national ambient air quality standard and determine deductions in air emissions. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $293,269. This amount includes $52,834 for EPA "in-kind" assistance.

Pre-Award costs are approved back to April 1, 2014.
$293,26904/01/201403/31/2015
00J85401Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Tech AdvisoryURBAN WATER SMALL GRANT

The Healthy River/Healthy Communities Project will address environmental and health threats to the Duwamish Valley communities. The project will establish a community-based task force to implement recommendations in a vision plan that was developed by Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Technical Advisory Group (DRCC/TAG). Implementation will include creating green space and public access at riverfront cleanup areas, training and hiring local residents for cleanup jobs, creating alternative sources to healthy fish, and finding ways to help protect locals from transformation of river cleanup.
$60,00005/01/201409/30/2015
99128804Vermont D.E.C.DEPLOYMENT, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE PARTICULATE MATTER

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation. The State of Vermont will measure fine particles in the ambient air and collect quality assured data in order to demonstrate attainment or non-attainment of fine particulate air quality standards.
$310,81904/01/201403/31/2015
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
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
83561201University of North Carolina at Chapel HillTOXICOGENETICS OF TETRACHLOROETHYLENE

This proposal seeks to uncover the mechanistic linkages between the genome (e.g., variation in DNA sequence among individuals), metabolism (e.g., formation of organ-specific toxic intermediates), and adverse molecular events (e.g., transcriptional changes associated with toxicity) in response to Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene, PERC) exposure in humans.
$800,00006/01/201405/31/2017
96326401City of PhiladelphiaNEAR ROAD MONITORING STATION

This grant will provide funds for equipment, supplies and related services in order to establish a near-road monitoring site in the Philadelphia area, to capture short-term, near-road NO2 concentrations near heavily trafficked roads to assess the concentrations for vulnerable and susceptible populations.
$200,00004/01/201403/31/2016
99T08401Washoe Cnty Dist Hlth DeptPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $96,034 (which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose is to provide current year funding to the Washoe County Department of Health (WCDHD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$96,03404/01/201403/31/2015
83542401Regents of the University of ColoradoCOOKING & LIGHTING IMPACT ON AIR QUALITY & CLIMATE

This project will assess the impacts of improved cookstove and clean lighting technologies in Northern Ghana on air quality and climate. Surveys will be conducted to investigate the social and behavioral aspects of cookstove use. Air quality monitors will also be used to estimate concentrations and emissions within the household. Comparisons will be made between households using traditional cookstoves and lighting and those using the improved technologies. Using the survey results and emissions measurements, regional technology adaptation scenarios will be explored.
$1,500,00006/01/201405/31/2017
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
83561701Port of TacomaPORT OF TACOMA SWITCHER LOCOMOTIVE REPOWER

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Tacoma and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from an in-use locomotive. This project will replace one Tier 0 switcher locomotive engine with a Tier 3 or better certified diesel engine equipped with Automatic Engine Start-Stop.
$601,94905/01/201409/30/2016
97546710Cleveland State UniversityGREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL FINANCE CENTER PROJECT

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) has engaged the GLEFC to cosponsor the Summit with the US EPA (Hdqt. and Region 5 Offices) and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. The GLEFC will also assist in organizing the 2nd Annual Green Infrastructure Summit to be held in Cleveland in October 2014.
$84,52004/01/201403/31/2015
83561401Port of SeattlePORT OF SEATTLE DRAYAGE TRUCKS

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Seattle and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. This project will provide financial incentives to scrap approximately 40 model year 1994-2006 drayage trucks and replace them with trucks powered by 2010 or newer certified engines.
$1,200,00005/01/201409/30/2016
00F87701OK Dept of Env QualityPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 (PM2.5) MONITORING NETWORK

To develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards. This grant is to conduct ambient air monitoring of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in the state of Oklahoma
$667,07406/12/201406/11/2015
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
98577606Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA PCA - PM 2.5 FY 06

Through this cooperative agreement Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) will operate its Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) air monitoring network, collecting samples at designated sites and performing analysis to determine PM 2.5 levels in the State of Minnesota.
$896,71204/01/201403/31/2016
00162025Connecticut Department of Public HealthCONTINUING CT RADON REDUCTION ACTIVITIES

The Project will reduce the human health threat posed by radon in the indoor environment. The project will assess and mitigate radon in the indoor environment. The project will promote the incorporation of radon resistant construction techniques in new structures and renovations. The project will provide technical assistance for radon assessment and mitigation in school buildings.
$194,00006/01/201405/31/2015
00D21714AL Dept of Environmental ManagementWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $160,000 to support Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) for development and implementation of a Monitoring Strategy to include Strategy update and revision, program development and training, coordination with other programs, statistically valid statewide assessments, indicator development and training, technique development and training, database development, data migration to STORET, and database training.
$160,00005/01/201412/31/2016
00E57504Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal CouncilLAC COURTE OREILLES BAND OF LAKE SUPERIOR CHIPPEWA

Under the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 Program, Lac Courte Oreilles (LCO) is proposing to improve regulatory authority and water quality standards to protect the quality of the groundwater, wetlands, lakes, and streams on the Reservation. LCO will also administer its water management program to ensure clean and safe water resources in Indian Country.
$155,00004/01/201403/31/2016
00E82702Mille Lacs Band of OjibweMILLE LACS BAND OF OJIBWE INDIANS

The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe will continue to operate an instantaneous ozone sampler and meteorological data station to assess ambient air quality on the Band's Reservation. The Tribal air staff will also expand its source and emissions inventory to include minor sources per EPA's Tribal Minor New Source Review Rule, and characterize the air quality on its Reservation and off-Reservation interests. Participate in national and regional air planning organizations, and conduct education and outreach to increase the community's awareness of local and regional air quality issues.
$97,00004/01/201403/31/2015
83542501BerkeleyIMPACTS OF HOUSEHOLD SOURCES ON OUTDOOR POLLUTION

This project will differentiate the particulate matter contributions of household residential burning and outdoor air transport in India. Modeling of particulate matter will be improved from measurements of indoor concentrations, outdoor concentrations, and the flux between household and village-scale pollution. Human exposure will also be assessed to identify which intervention strategies can best protect people from the harmful air quality impacts of residential burning.
$1,495,46404/01/201403/31/2017
99T17701Children's Defense FundENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - MAUKA TO MAKAI

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $199,978 to The Children's Defense Fund to implement an environmental education project that will increase student, educator and community understanding of environmental issues impacting Hawaii. This project will expand student, educator, family, and community knowledge of critical Hawaiian high elevation mountain, native forest, coastal, coral reef, and deepwater marine ecosystems; explore the impact climate change may have on vulnerable ecosystems; study diverse water quality, habitat and wildlife topics; and highlight the local, regional and national importance of these natural resources.

Preaward costs are approved back to June 1, 2014.
$199,97806/01/201405/31/2016
97895301SD Department of Environment and Natural Resources106 MONITORING INITIATIVE

This project implements priorities identified in South Dakota's Monitoring Strategy. Specific priorities include monitoirng support for statewide mercury TMDL development, reference site development, state/discharge analysis, assessment of beneficial use designations, and exploration of methodologies to determine the source of sediment to streams.
$160,00006/01/201409/30/2017
99T08801Maricopa County Air Quality DepartmentPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Maricopa County Air Quality Department (MCAQD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This Assistance Agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $148,100. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$148,10004/01/201403/31/2015
03E00783Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - SITE ASSESSMENT

Additional funding for this Cooperative Agreement is being provided to WDNR to perform resampling due to an A4 Lab issues for the 'Caledonia Molybdenum Groundwater Contamination' site.
$342,18604/01/201403/31/2015
00E52805Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesFY14 BEACH ASSESSMENT MONITORING AND RISK NOTIFICATION

This grant will fund the recipient's efforts to collect water samples from designated ocean and bay recreational beaches in the state of Wisconsin. The water samples will be tested for bacteriological water quality and the data will be provided to the public to inform them if the waters are safe for swimming. This increase in public notification will protect human health by reducing the risk to the bathing public of contracting diseases from contaminated water.
$217,00005/01/201406/30/2016
96579604Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyIL EPA

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency will operate its fine particulate (PM 2.5) air monitoring network, collecting samples at the sites and performing analysis to determine PM 2.5 levels in Illinois.
$1,020,52604/01/201403/31/2016
99T08101NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResNV DCNR PM2.5 FY2014

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to the State Of Nevada Department of Conservation & Natural Resources/Division of Environmental Protection (NVDCNR/DEP) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM2.5 national ambient air quality standard and determine reductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $17,750. Pre-Award costs are approved back to 04/01/2014.
$17,75004/01/201403/31/2015
00J77101Chilkoot Indian AssociationREGIONAL WETLAND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

This project builds off of the Chilkoot Indian Association's previous wetland program development grant which was to build capacity for development of a wetland program plan. The group of key stakeholders has unanimously agreed that a wetland program plan will advance the Chilkoot Indian Association's wetland protection program. This project contains two main tasks: 1. conduct a functional assessment on the wetlands mapped in the Haines Wetland Mapping Pilot Project, and 2. develop a tribal wetland program plan for the Chilkoot Indian Association.
$94,15704/01/201412/31/2015
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
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
99140604Connecticut DEEPPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation. The State of Connecticut will measure fine particles in the ambient air and collect quality assured data in order to demonstrate attainment or non-attainment of fine particulate air quality standards.
$577,01304/01/201403/31/2015
00E01314Prairie Island Indian CommunityPRAIRIE ISLAND INDIAN COMMUNITY

Through this project the Prairie Island Indian Community (PIIC) will explore developing a Tribal Air Program. Activities include preparing an inventory preparation plan and begin an emission inventory, investigating an indoor air quality program, and conducting education and outreach to the community on air quality issues.
$55,00004/01/201403/31/2015
99T08501Sacramento Metropolitan AQMDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $102,634 (which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$102,63404/01/201403/31/2015
99130418Connecticut Department of Public HealthAHERA - CT ASBESTOS IN SCHOOLS FY14

The Connecticut Department of Public Health (CTDPH) Asbestos in Schools Program will: (1) review school asbestos management plans to ensure they are in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (40 CFR 763); (2) maintain an asbestos accreditation and certification training program, (3) provide educational outreach activities to teachers, parents, and school maintenance personnel on the dangers of exposure to asbestos containing materials; and (4) perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals.
$73,00006/01/201405/31/2016
98577406Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEQ - PM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR

Through this cooperative agreement Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) will operate its Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) air monitoring network, collecting samples at designated sites and performing analysis to determine PM 2.5 levels in the State of Michigan.
$1,485,03404/01/201403/31/2016
99T07901San Joaquin Valley Unified APCDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide current year funding to the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (SJVUAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of 137,500.00.

Pre-award costs were approved back to April 1, 2014.
$137,50004/01/201403/31/2015
00E01277City of ChicagoLELAND AVE NEIGHBORHOOD GREENWAY

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Chicago, located on Lake Michigan, will install green infrastructure along a 1-mile segment of Leland Avenue on the City�s north side. As part of the Leland Avenue Neighborhood Greenway project, the City will install traffic-control measures along this residential street (such as traffic circles and pedestrian refuge islands) and then incorporate green infrastructure such as bioswales and infiltration planters into the traffic-control devices. The project will prevent, on an annual basis, 868,000 gallons of untreated stormwater from entering the City�s combined sewer system and help reduce the likelihood of combined sewer system overflows into Lake Michigan.
$188,00005/01/201405/01/2016
99T07701HI Dept of HealthCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - - PM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this Grant Agreement is to provide current year funding to the State of Hawaii/Department of Health (HIDOH) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions. This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $190,389 which includes $137,555 in direct funding to HIDOH and $52,834 for EPA in-kind contractual services.
$190,38904/01/201403/31/2015
98577806Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - PM 2.5 MONITORING PROGRAM

Through this Cooperative Agreement the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) will continue to operate and maintain its fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) air monitoring network throughout the State of Wisconsin, collecting samples at the sites, and perform analysis to determine PM2.5 levels at these locations.
$1,030,36104/01/201403/31/2016
98577506Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (OEPA) - PARTICULAR MATTER (PM 2.5) AMBIENT AIR MONITORING

The purpose of this award is to support the State of Ohio to operate and maintain a Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 ambient air monitoring network. Activities include upgrades to and replacement of equipment in the PM 2.5 network in Ohio. Data collected will be used to increase public awareness of air quality conditions, provide a basis for the development of initiatives to reduce particulate levels throughout the state, and to achieve compliance with applicable air quality standards.
$2,258,65104/01/201403/31/2016
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
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
01E01004Bay Mills Indian CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This is a Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Bay Mills Indian Community (BMIC) consisting of funds for the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 and Section 319. This award will enable BMIC to continue to build tribal environmental capacity, and implement the water resource and nonpoint source programs. The activities are to protect human health and the environment.
$149,70004/01/201403/31/2016
83561001National Rural Water AssociationTRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVE WASTEWATER QUALITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH

This project will provide workshops and follow-up training and technical assistance in small public owned wastewater systems and onsite/decentralized system management. The training and technical assistance activities are to assist these to improve operational performance over the long-term, thereby improving public health and water quality.
$1,400,00006/01/201405/31/2015
99T08901Pima Cnty Dept of Env QualityPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This Assistance Agreement provies full federal assistnce in the amount of $196,524 which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM 2.5 EPA contractual support. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$196,52404/01/201403/31/2015
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
00F87401Eight Northern Indian Pueblo CouncilENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR TRIBAL YOUTH

This project includes work to maintain a working group specific to the planning, preparation, and implementation of a Tribal Youth Environmental Summer Camp. The Tribal Youth Environmental Summer Camp working group is made up of Intertribal Resources Advisory Committee members, federal, state and local partners, and volunteers. The Office Environmental Technical Assistance maintains the workgroup by planning meetings and distributing e-mails. The Office Environmental Technical Assistance also seeks new members for the planning workgroup; build relationships with other governmental and private non-governmental organizations to plan, organize, and coordinate with to present and instruct at the Tribal Youth Environmental Summer Camp. This is the continued effort to bring in more partners to assist with instruction at the Tribal Youth Environmental Summer Camp; and Develop curricula, emergency response plan, agendas, student requirements, logistics, partnerships, layout, instructor requirements, technical requirements, supply lists, etc. necessary for camp and carry out technical sessions presented by tribal, federal, and private professionals during Summer Camp and report results. Technical sessions may address issues related to the clean water, safe drinking water and solid waste.
$20,00006/01/201409/30/2014
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
99382103DC Water and Sewer AuthorityLARGE DIAMETER INTERNAL JOINT REPAIR; CONTRACT #3

This grant will provide funding to install internal joint seals in approximately 15,340 linear feet of large diameter water mains and replace, repair, or install five large control valves and six fire hydrants in the District of Columbia's drinking water system as identified in the Categorical Exclusion Decision issued on March 11, 2014.
$3,739,08004/22/201406/30/2016
83560701Rural Community Assistance Partnership IncTRAINING/TECHINICAL ASSISTANCE TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY

The Rural Community Assistance Partnership, Inc. (RCAP) will provide compliance-based training and technical assistance to operators, board members and managers of small drinking water systems to build their technical capacity and enable them to achieve and maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). Water systems in need of assistance will be assessed to determine the nature of the technical deficiencies, and a corrective plan will be developed. Training and technical assistance will be delivered through face-to-face sessions, webinars, web-based learning modules, video demonstrations and social media dissemination of information.
$4,500,00005/01/201410/31/2015
96182201Maine D.E.P.PARTICULATE MATTER (PM-2.5) MONITORING

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation. The State of Maine will measure fine particles in the ambient air and collect quality assured data in order to demonstrate attainment or non-attainment of fine particulate air quality standards.
$363,55504/01/201403/31/2015
00E01313Hammond MarinaHAMMOND SHORELINE CITIES GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Hammond owns a 23,000 square feet asphalt parking lot which is used by visitors to the City�s Marina and Lakefront Park. The City will retrofit roughly 5,000 square feet of the asphalt parking lot with permeable pavement and two rain gardens. Installation of this green infrastructure at the site will protect Lake Michigan by decreasing the amount of stormwater runoff draining into the Lake by 16,500 gallons per storm event. The Marina will also install interpretive signage to convey the purpose and function of the green infrastructure practices to the many people who visit the Marina and Park each year.
$250,00005/01/201403/31/2015
96580011Nottawaseppi Huron Band of PotawatomiPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This action will award a Performance Partnership Grant to the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi and consists of funds from the General Assistance Program (GAP), the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106, and the Brownfields Section 128a Site Response Programs. Specific activities include: administrative oversight of the environmental program, establishment or enhancement of a site response program, water quality monitoring and data collection, and the preparation of a surface water monitoring plan.
$395,00004/01/201403/31/2016
99T08001Bay Area AQMDPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $247,665.00 plus $52,834.00 set-aside for EPA in-kind to conduct Speciation Trends Network (STN) analysis.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$300,49904/01/201403/31/2015
98725803Sac & Fox Nation of MissouriSAC & FOX NATION OF MISSOURI FY14 PPG

This Performance Partnership Grant provides administrative flexibility and support to the Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska. Funding will be used to continue building the Tribe's capability to protect human health and the environment, including solid waste management, staff development and training. Other workplan activities include water monitoring, assessment, planning and outreach.

This award provides partial funding, full funding may be provided at a later date.
$278,67904/01/201403/31/2016
83561801Oxnard Harbor District Port of HuenemeOXNARD-HUENEME PORT SHORE POWER

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Hueneme and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. This project will provide partial funding for the transformer and switchgear for a landside Marine Shore Power Connection, allowing ocean-going vessels to shut down their auxiliary diesel engines while at berth.
$500,00005/01/201404/30/2016
00E31104Menominee Indian Tribe Of WisconsinPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will combine two programs under this Performance Partnership Grant: 1) the Indian General Assistance Program (GAP) and 2) the Clean Water Act (CWA) (106). The GAP funds will provide assistance to ensure an environmental presence on the reservation and to aid the tribe to continue the development of environmental capacity building. Under the CWA, the funds will assist in the protection and restoration of quality water and riparian habitats and their components within the Menominee Reservation (micro) and the Great Lakes Basin (macro) through implementation of water programs.
$415,00004/01/201403/31/2016
00J83201Washington Department of EcologySURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS, AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

Funding is for the continued operation and maintenance of the Particulate Matter (PM)2.5 monitoring network in the State of Washington. This project supports compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards by continuing the ongoing collection of data on the ambient air concentrations of fine particulate matter.
$860,57404/01/201403/31/2015
83546501SC Dept of Health & Env. ControlSOUTH CAROLINA DHEC - FY2013 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE

This project will enhance and expand the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control's existing permitting system by upgrading current design implementation to facilitate support of mobile devices and technology including widely used internet browsers.
$65,79704/01/201403/31/2017
00E98402Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa IndiansLITTLE TRAVERSE BAY BAND OF ODAWA INDIANS

Little Traverse Bay Band (LTBB) will identify sources of air pollution and determine their impacts on air quality in and around the Tribe's reservation. Specifically, LTBB will expand their emissions inventory, conduct education and outreach and promote energy efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions using EPA Energy Star program tools.
$55,00004/01/201403/31/2015
00F77401City of AlbuquerqueALBUQUERQUE PM 2.5

Work to be accomplished includes maintaining an ongoing ambient air monitoring newtork for fine particulates, monitoring for related precusor pollutants, manageing associated data management systems, conducting PM 2.5 data analyses, and quality assuring and reporting data into the Air Quality System (AQS) national information system data base.
$128,75204/01/201403/31/2015
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
97744901Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesECONOMY, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT (E3) IN IOWA

Pollution Prevention Services will work with state and federal partners to establish an Economy, Energy, Environment (E3) project in Iowa and fund 4 Pollution Prevention Interns to assist selected sector or geographic areas.
$81,83906/01/201408/31/2016
00E01311Chicago Park DistrictGREENING WILSON PARKING LOT IN LINCOLN PARK

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Chicago, located on Lake Michigan, will install green infrastructure (vegetated bio-swales and permeable pavers) at a 200,000 square foot parking lot located in the City�s Lincoln Park. The parking lot currently discharges its stormwater to more than 25 catch basins and 3,200 linear feet of sewer that flows into Chicago�s combined sewer system. The redesigned parking lot will provide for the retention and infiltration of over 4 million gallons of water in a typical year, greatly reducing the amount of untreated stormwater that would otherwise be discharged into the City�s combined sewer system and cause sewer system overflows into the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. The reduction in stormwater runoff entering the City�s sewer system will also help prevent basement flooding in the homes of nearby residents.
$812,00005/15/201410/19/2015
99T08601CA Air Pollution Control Officers AssnPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $294,455. The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA) to pass through to small non-grantee air districts to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014
$294,45504/01/201403/31/2015
00E01299NYS Ofc. Of Parks Recreation & Historic PresNEW YORK STATE PARKS BOAT STEWARDS: GREAT LAKES, NIAGARA & ST. LAWRENCE RIVERS

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. This project establishes a new boat stewardship/invasive species prevention program at fifteen (15) previously unmonitored boat launches and marinas operated by the state of New York along the shoreline of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. The project will prevent the direct introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species transported during recreational and resource use into Lake Erie and Lake Ontario and limit the spread of aquatic and terrestrial invasive species populations at New York parks within the Great Lakes watershed. Fifteen (15) boat steward positions will be created to carry out this project.
$410,00004/01/201409/30/2015
00E01309City of St. LouisCITY OF ST. LOUIS MICHIGAN

The purpose of this agreement is to provide funding to the City of St. Louis Michigan for the undertaking of the project to replace its municipal water supply due to water quality issues. The project also includes but is not limited to the replacement of existing city supply wells with new ground water wells. Additionally, a approved design work plan serves to fulfill the requirements of the Settlement Agreement Order approved and dated March 31, 2011 between the City and other named parties the design workplan has been approved by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) & Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) as well and required as part of the settlement. This agreement is remedial action %100 fund financed by U.S. EPA. MDEQ will pay 10% of the cost share as specified in the State Superfund Contract (Velisicol Chemical Corporation 0532).
$10,500,00005/15/201412/15/2016
99T08301Ventura County APCDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $71,570. The purpose is to provide current year funding to Ventura County Air Pollution Control District (VCAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$71,57004/01/201403/31/2015
03E00780Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementINDIANA DEPARTMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT - SITE ASSESSMENT

This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) for Site Assessment Program. These activities will include site discovery, through evaluation and scoring based on Site Assessment activities, Pre-Cerclis Screening (PCSs); Preliminary Assessments (PAs); Site Inspection (SIs); Expanded Site Investigations (ESIs); Hazard Ranking System (HRS) scoring packages, Site Assessment/Reassessments (SR) and Time Critical Removal Support (TCS). This action funds IDEM with $426,789 for remedial activities which includes $25,000 for removal activities.
$426,78904/01/201403/31/2015
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
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
00E48603Leech Lake Band of OjibweLEECH LAKE BAND OF OJIBWE

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe will administer an air pollution control program. Specific activities include mercury deposition studies, research of potential sampling alternatives while collecting meteorological data, ground check its source and emissions inventory including minor sources per the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Tribal Minor New Source Review Rule, and continue to expand its knowledge and expertise in air quality data management. The Leech Lake Band will also promote Tribal air quality issues with local, Regional, and national organizations, and provide education and outreach on air quality issues to the Leech Lake Tribal Community.
$236,65404/01/201403/31/2016
83563101National Caucus & Center on Black Aged IncSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT (SEE) PROGRAM FOR REGION IV OPERATIONS, ATLANTA GA

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with Region IV Operations, Atlanta, GA.
$524,06106/01/201405/31/2017
00E01323Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) in partnership with Purdue Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) will develop an Economy, Energy and Environment (E3) Initiative to support sustainable manufacturing for industrial manufacturers within Indiana. The E3 Initiative will be a coordinated Federal and State initiative to provide manufacturers with lean, (time and motion) clean (pollution prevention), and energy efficiency assessments. The E3 Initiative will help Indiana manufacturers reduce energy costs, environmental waste and operational waste and enable their facilities to operate more sustainably.
$96,67006/15/201405/30/2016
96182501Connecticut DEEPRAYMARK OU6 SIKORSKY AIRPORT REMOVAL ACTION

The Sikorsky Memorial Airport (which is owned by the City of Bridgeport) in Stratford is part of Operable Unit 6 (OU6) of the Raymark Industries, Inc. Superfund Site due to the presence of Raymark Waste (RMW) on the airport property. Funding is being provided through this cooperative agreement (CA) to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) for the removal, treatment, and shipment of RMW for offsite disposal from four specific areas on the airport property.
$296,91404/18/201403/31/2015
00E01272City of GaryGREY TO GREEN; VACANT TO VIBRANT INITIATIVE

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Gary, located on Lake Michigan, will select up to 15 City-owned sites currently covered by impervious surface materials (e.g., parking lots) and retrofit these sites with green infrastructure such as permeable pavement, rain gardens and bioswales. The installation of green infrastructure at the selected sites will reduce the amount of untreated stormwater draining into the City�s sewer system, and reduce the likelihood or extent of overflows from the City�s sewer system into Lake Michigan. Approximately 10 Gary residents will be trained in green infrastructure implementation and will be employed to install and maintain the green infrastructure.
$250,00005/01/201404/30/2016
02E00781Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY SITE ASSESSMENT

This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) to support activities and management associated with Site Assessment activities. Site Assessment actions include Pre-CERCLIS Screenings, Preliminary Assessments, Site Inspections, Expanded Site Investigations, Hazard Ranking System scoring packages, Site Reassessments, Program Management and Time-Critical Removal Support. This action funds the IEPA with $524,798 for remedial activities which includes $25,000 for removal activities.
$524,79804/01/201403/31/2015
98517610Leech Lake Band of OjibweLEECH LAKE BAND OF OJIBWE - ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE

The Leech Lake Band will act as Support Agency in further addressing the contamination present at the St. Regis Paper Company site. The Band will be participating in technical meetings and conference calls, reviewing technical documents, collecting monitoring data, and providing tribal comments on proposed actions at the site. Support from the Band in these efforts is critical to make appropriate cleanup decisions for the site.
$140,46704/01/201403/31/2015
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
97537112Leech Lake Band of OjibweLEECH LAKE WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM

This grant will fund the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe's (LLBO) efforts to establish and maintain adequate measures for prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution from both point and nonpoint sources. The LLBO will continue to: 1) Monitor surface water; 2) Identify point sources of pollution; 3) Provide a final report outlying the results of water quality data of 6 Lakes and 6 Rivers; 4) Participate in the development of a Tribal Environmental Agreement (TEA); 5) Perform inspections of Individual Septic Treatment Systems (ISTS); and 6) Perform education and outreach activities.
$200,00004/01/201403/31/2016
83561601Harbor DeptPORT OF LA - CARGO HANDLING EQUIP RETROFITS

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Los Angeles and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. This project will retrofit 14 pieces of cargo handling equipment with diesel particulate filters.
$469,00005/01/201404/30/2016
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
00E01270City of WaukeganWAUKEGAN RIVER RIPARIAN ZONE ENHANCEMENTS

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Waukegan, located on Lake Michigan, will install green infrastructure along a 180-foot segment of the Waukegan River approximately 1,000 feet upstream of its outfall to Lake Michigan. This segment of the river currently flows through degraded or temporarily repaired concrete culverts. This project will remove the concrete culverts, improve on the temporary repairs, remove an abandoned railroad trestle, and restore this segment of the river to a more natural open channel flow with protected banks and soil-stabilizing plantings. The project will improve the opportunity for infiltration along the river channel, help eliminate the scouring and erosion currently taking place, improve habitat, and generally improve the water quality of the Waukegan River as it enters Lake Michigan.
$175,00005/01/201411/30/2014
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
97744701Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI NO2 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources operates and maintains an ambient air monitoring network for compliance with the nitrogen dioxide National Ambient Air Quality Standard. The monitoring network is necessary to measure levels of nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere. Data from the monitors is used to provide information to the public on levels of pollution in Missouri communities, and assists to examine trends throughout the country.
$200,00004/01/201403/31/2015
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
98577206Combined Health District of Montgomery CountyPUBLIC HEALTH DAYTON & MONTGOMERY COUNTY-REGIONAL AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY (RAPCA) PM2.5

The purpose of this amendment is so the Regional Air Pollution Control Agency (RAPCA) can purchase backup SO2 and CO analyzers to allow an easier transition during any maintenance activities or problems that arise from the current monitors.
$214,88304/01/201403/31/2016
00E01279Detroit Water and Sewerage DepartmentDETROIT’S GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN LOWER EAST-SIDE ACTION PLAN & RECOVERY PARK AREAS

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Detroit is located on the Detroit River, a connecting river between Lake Huron and Lake Erie. The City will undertake two green infrastructure projects within the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department�s Near Eastside Drainage District. The first project, located in the Lower Eastside Action Plan (LEAP) area, consists of “greening” approximately 40 publicly-owned residential-sized vacant lots. The lots will be transformed into green space consisting of meadows, tree plantings or other vegetation. This project will reduce the amount of untreated stormwater draining into the City�s combined sewer system by approximately 100,000 gallons during a significant rain event. The second project will also be located in the City�s Near Eastside Drainage District, in a 32-acre section of the City�s RecoveryPark area. The City will install green infrastructure such as bioswales and porous pavement to capture and treat stormwater from roadways and other developed sites. The installation of this green infrastructure will reduce the amount of untreated stormwater draining into the City�s combined sewer system by approximately 1,000,000 gallons during a significant rain event. By reducing the volume of water flowing into the City�s combined sewer system, these two projects will help reduce the frequency and volume of combined sewer overflows.
$1,000,00004/01/201403/31/2016
96184001City of New BedfordNEW BEDFORD RIVERFRONT PLANNING - SUPERFUND

This cooperative agreement will be limited to recreational and related reuse planning efforts to facilitate the planning and design of the Riverwalk along the shoreline properties that are immediately adjacent to the New Bedford Harbor Superfund site. This reuse planning and design process is critical to the Superfund cleanup process as EPA's intertidal cleanup levels relate to adjacent property use. This cooperative agreement will provide the City of New Bedford with additional planning and design funding that will ensure that the Riverwalk can be integrated into the Superfund cleanup efforts. This critical planning will directly provide vital information to maximize the sustainability of the Riverwalk project.
$100,00006/16/201409/30/2015
99129504Rhode Island D.E.M.OPERATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA AIR QUALITY

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation. The State of Rhode Island will measure fine particles in the ambient air and collect quality assured data in order to demonstrate attainment or non-attainment of fine particulate air quality standards.
$254,20504/01/201406/30/2015
02E00785Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY - SITE ASSESSMENT

This award will provide funding to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency in the amount of $202,114 for remedial activities which includes $25,000 for removal activities. The State of Minnesota will conduct Pre-Remedial Site Assessment activities that involve investigation, evaluation and assessment of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites within the State of Minnesota.
$202,11404/01/201403/31/2015
00F82901Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy ServicesENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE TRAINING WORKSHOP

Provide support and planning assistance before, during and after the Environmental Justice Training Workshop in Houston, Texas August 6-8, 2014.
$12,12905/01/201411/30/2014
96326001VA Dept of Environmental QualityU.S. TITANIUM (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to provide technical, administrative, and regulatory support related to the ongoing site-wide Remedial Action phase of Operable Unit One at the U.S. Titanium site.
$15,71204/01/201403/31/2017
83562301National Older Worker Career CenterSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR THE OFFICE OF RADIATION AND INDOOR AIR

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with Region VIII Operations,
Denver, CO
$2,911,25706/01/201405/31/2017
95448914MS Dept of Environmental QualityWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE AND INTERSTATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This action approves an award in the amount of $160,000 to support the State of Mississippi 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.
$160,00005/01/201412/31/2015
13000114GA Environmental Finance AuthorityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $23,707,000 to the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority to improve water quality on a watershed basis. Funding will enable 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.
$23,707,00004/01/201406/30/2018
83563001National Older Worker Career CenterSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR THE OFFICE OF AIR AND RADIATION

This cooperative agreement will provide support for Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program enrollees to work with the Office of Air and Radiation, Washington, DC.
$1,044,90405/01/201404/30/2017
00F80501Arkansas Department of Environmental QualityPM-2.5 AIR MONITORING

Work to be accomplished includes maintaining the State's ongoing air monitoring network for fine particulates, monitoring for related precursor pollutants, managing associated data management systems, conducting PM 2.5 data analyses, and quality assuring and reporting data into the Air Quality System (AQS) national information system data base
$591,24706/01/201405/31/2015
00214815NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This agreement will provide assistance to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in its efforts to implement air pollution control programs throughout New York State, including continuing development and implementation of stationary source regulations; continuing promulgation and update of enhanced mobile source regulations; improvement of emission inventories for modeling simulations; and operate a monitoring network that collects air data. These activities are to improve and maintain the public's air quality.
$7,992,13904/01/201403/31/2015
22000214Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY2014 LDEQ CWSRF

These funds will be used by the State of Louisiana 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.
$15,413,00006/16/201409/30/2015
97745201Quapaw Tribe of OklahomaQUAPAW TRIBE SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This support agency cooperative agreement will provide funds to the Quapaw tribe to ensure the tribe's meaningful involvement in the tribal portion of the Cherokee County Superfund Site in Kansas. Funding support will also be utilized for retaining the sevices of a Tribal Contractor to provide resources to accomplish required remedial enhancement that are deemed necessary by EPA representatives.
$253,97804/25/201412/25/2014
83559601The University of TulsaFROM HOME TO SCHOOL ASTHMA INTERVENTION STUDY

This projects aims to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) leading to reduction in asthma episodes/adverse-reactions related to tribal home-&-school childhood environmental exposures across three tribes within three different regions/climates of the United States. The primary focus of the research effort is on indoor air quality where asthma allergens (triggers/irritants; e.g., allergens/antigens, environmental tobacco smoke, wood smoke, volatile organic compounds, particulates, and moist/damp conditions) are found.
$919,98806/01/201405/31/2017
99T08701AZ Dept of Env QualityPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal assistance in the amount of $501,594 which includes $297,834 for in-kind costs for PM 2.5 EPA contractual support. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$501,59404/01/201403/31/2015
83545601Maine D.E.P.MAINE-FY2012 ENVIRONMENTAL EXCHANGE NETWORK

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) proposes to expand Integrated Compliance Information System � National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (ICIS-NPDES) data flow; re-utilize Exchange Network (EN) product for Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Rule (CROMERR) compliance; and integrate legacy Air Facility System (AFS) with the ICIS.
$194,08406/01/201405/31/2017
83561501Maryland Port AdministrationPORT OF BALTIMORE DRAYAGE TRUCK REPLACMENT PROGRAM

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Baltimore and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from in-use diesel engines. This project will provide financial incentives to scrap approximately 22 pre-1997 model year drayage trucks and replace with trucks powered by 2010 or newer certified engines.
$750,00005/01/201405/31/2016
96282914Onondaga Environmental InstituteONONDAGA ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTE, INC.-FFY14-EE

This project will increase public awareness of the various environmental planning processes at work in the Onondaga Lake watershed and opportunities to provide input into those processes. The project will provide educational opportunities to assist the public, both youth and adults, in evaluating environmental project proposals relating to local waterways; increase public knowledge about the Onondaga Lake watershed and provide the public with a format for discussing values and provide decision-makers and other community members with a visual record of those values tha can inform environmental planning.
$134,39206/24/201406/23/2016
96596411Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This project will enable the Tribe to plan, develop, and establish the capability for the management of environmental protection programs under this Performance Partnership Grant. The following activities will be performed: (1) Oversight of the Solid Waste Composting Facility, Environmental Education, drafting an Integrated Waste Management Plan, (2) continue to manage the Ground Water Management Plan and Source Water Protection Plan activities, and (3) develop and implement a Watershed Base Plan.
$350,00004/01/201403/31/2016
00J87901Washington Department of Ecology106 MONITORING FUNDS TO SUPPORT WA STATE'S MONITORING STRATEGIES.

This Water Quality Data Management Improvements project will allow the State to build capacity in its water monitoring program. Tasks include developing a Continuous Freshwater Quality Monitoring Strategy, updating freshwater water quality data assessment tools, verifying select Clean Water Act section 303d listed waterbodies, completing development of the Coast Range multimetric index, and beginning development of models for other ecoregions.
$160,00006/01/201412/31/2017
00161925Rhode Island D.O.H.RHODE ISLAND RADON CONTROL PROGRAM

Per your application request dated March 19. 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded full funding in the amount of $135,000 to Rhode Island Department of Health to help reduce the human health threat posed by radon in the indoor environment. The project will assess and mitigate radon in the indoor environment. The project will promote the incorporation of radon resistant construction techniques in new structures and renovations. This project will also provide technical assistance for radon assessment and mitigation in school buildings. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented.
$135,00006/01/201405/31/2015
01E01027Lac Du Flambeau Tribal CouncilPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This is a Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) to the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians (LdF) consisting of funds for the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 and Section 319. This award will enable LdF to continue to promote the development and implementation of watershed based plans focusing on watersheds with water quality impairments caused by non-point sources. The activities will result in improved water quality in impaired waters and to ensure all Tribal waters are clean and safe.
$245,71504/01/201403/31/2016
99T07801Monterey Bay Unified APCDPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide current year funding to the Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District (MBUAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $31,300.00.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$31,30004/01/201403/31/2015
96326901WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionSACA - RAVENSWOOD (PCE) RA OU1

Funds will be used to review all correspondence and technical documents exchanged and assist EPA Project Manager with Air Sparging and Soil Vapor Extraction activities as the appropriate remedy for the Ravenswood Perchloroethylene Remedial Action Operable Unite One site.
$24,64005/01/201409/30/2015
00J90601WA Dept of HealthWDOH RADON GRANT FY 15

The main purpose of the State of Washington Department of Health's (WDOH) Radon Program is to continue promoting healthy citizens and buildings in Washington by reducing exposure to high radon levels. WDOH will implement an education and outreach strategy that includes partners, communities, and appropriate state and local government entities to increase radon testing and public awareness and respond to identified needs on radon.
$57,00005/01/201404/30/2015
99T08201Clark County Dept of Air QualityPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this assistance agreement is for the Clark County Air Quality Management to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $186,614 which includes $52,834 of EPA in-kind services. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$186,61404/01/201403/31/2015
00F82901Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy ServicesENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE TRAINING WORKSHOP

Provide support and planning assistance before, during and after the Environmental Justice Training Workshop in Houston, Texas August 6 - 8, 2014 and to participate in a collaborative process to draft a Region 6 Environmental Justice Action Plan that addresses region-wide priorities.
$21,25005/01/201411/30/2014
83548201Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesIOWA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES-FY2013 EXCHANGE NETWORK

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources proposes to enhance and implement the State and Local Emissions Inventory System (SLEIS) system, which will also provide benefits through reuse to other states using SLEIS.
$166,36005/01/201404/30/2017
00E01307Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - WASH KING SITE

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to fund the State of Michigan with $100,561 to complete remedial investigation/feasibility study (RI/FS) for Operable Units 2 at the Wash King Laundry (WKL) site in Baldwin Michigan.
$100,56104/01/201403/31/2015
00E76204Oneida Tribe of Indians of WisconsinONEIDA TRIBE OF INDIANS OF WISCONSIN

This funding will continue to assist Oneida in addressing the non-point problems on the Oneida Reservation. To address the non-point source problems, Oneida is requesting staff funding to assess, plan, design and implement projects at site-specific locations.
$30,00004/01/201403/31/2015
98577307Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementINDIANA DEM - PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING

Through this cooperative agreement, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) will operate and maintain its fine particulate matter (PM2.5) air monitoring network, collect samples at the sites, and perform analysis to determine PM2.5 levels in the State of Indiana..
$1,502,09604/01/201403/31/2016
27000114Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota 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.
$25,771,00004/01/201406/30/2017
00F77301Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityFY14 & FY15 PM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING

Work to be accomplished includes maintaining an ongoing air monitoring newtork for fine particulates, monitoring for related precusor pollutants, managing associated data management systems, conducting PM 2.5 data analyses, and quality assuring and reporting data into the Air Quality System (AQS) national information system data base.
$628,52304/01/201403/31/2015
99129004Massachusetts D.E.P.PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5

Per your application request dated March 24, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being funding in the amount of $538,900 and $234,752 in "In-Kind" funds to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to support the Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation Program.
$773,65204/01/201403/31/2015
98581106Hamilton County Board of CommissionersHAMILTON COUNTY PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this award is to support Hamilton County, Ohio, to operate and maintain a Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 ambient air monitoring network. Activities include upgrades to and replacement of equipment in the PM 2.5 network in Hamilton County, Ohio. Data collected will be used to increase public awareness of air quality conditions, provide a basis for the development of initiatives to reduce particulate levels throughout the state, and to achieve compliance with applicable air quality standards.
$239,84204/01/201403/31/2016
00F77701Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY14 SEC 103 PM2.5 AIR MONITORING

Assists the state of Texas with necessary development, establishment and maintenance of adequate monitoring programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards. This grant is provided to conduct ambient air quality monitoring of fine particulate matter (PM2.5).
$1,711,34004/01/201403/31/2015
00J83001Quinault Indian NationCLEAN AIR ACT TRIBAL PROGRAM

This agreement will provide assistance to the Quinault Indian Nation in its efforts to implement air pollution control programs throughout the State of Washington, including continuing development and implementation of stationary source regulations; continuing promulgation and update of enhanced mobile source regulations; improvement of emission inventories for modeling simulations; and to operate a monitoring network that collects air data. These activities are to improve and maintain the public's air quality.
$139,47604/01/201409/30/2015
99T09101Air Resources BoardPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

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

Pre-Award costs are approved back to April 1, 2014.
$847,36204/01/201403/31/2015
98767807Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityNEBRASKA 2014 SECTION 106 MONITORING INITIATIVE SUPPLEMENTAL

This agreement provides funding to the State of Nebraska and targets the 106 supplemental monitoring funds for activities such as medium and small stream monitoring, fish tissue analyses, and Community lake monitoring and sampling in the Niobrara watershed.
$160,00006/01/201412/31/2016
00D21814Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Fund Inc.URBAN WATERS SMALL GRANTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $60,000 to the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Fund, Inc. which will enable them to collaborate and strengthen existing watershed partnerships in urban streams and protect the public health with a focus on empowering citizens to help improve water quality in their neighborhoods.
$60,00004/01/201403/31/2016
96282714Syracuse University Main CampusSYRACUSE UNIVERSITY-FFY14-EE

The project will develop a more integrated environmental education program to classrooms in Puerto Rico. The project's three goals are to launch an Environmental Education Stewardship program around the commonwealth (including curricula and in-person workshops) dealing with Sustainable Materials Management and Green Infrastructure; establish four model Environmental Education Network Hubs to be used as models/resources for other educational institutions; and facilitate an Environmental Education Stewardship Mini-Grant Program for educational institutions
$200,00006/01/201405/31/2016
00E01310NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationXENOBIOTICS IN FISH FROM NEW YORK GREAT LAKES PHASE III

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 116-6. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will produce updated fish contaminant data for chemicals that impact human and ecosystem health in the St. Lawrence River. This project is phase three (of four phases) of a fish sampling project that was funded by a GLRI FY 2010 and FY 2011 grants to measure legacy and other emerging chemicals of concern in the St. Lawrence River/Massena Area of Concern (AOC). The New York State Department of Health and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe will evaluate the data to produce appropriate fish consumption advisories for New York State and Tribal waters. These data will determine the status of the Restrictions on Fish and Wildlife Consumption Beneficial Use Impairment for this AOC.
$200,00004/01/201409/30/2016
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
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
99T07601Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - RIO TINTO MINE

This project will allow the Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck Valley to support Superfund response efforts at the Rio Tinto Mine Site during the implementation of the Superfund Remedial Action, specifically by enabling the Tribes to participate in site inspection and monitoring activities. The Tribes' participation will help ensure the protection of Tribal resources, specifically water quality in the East Fork Owyhee River, which is potentailly impacted by the mine site.
$100,00005/01/201404/30/2016
99581206Cook County Department of Environmental ControlCOOK COUNTY FY14/15 PM2.5 PROGRAM

Cook County Department of Environmental Control (Cook County) will operate its fine particulate (PM 2.5) air monitoring network, collecting samples at the sites and performing analysis to determine PM 2.5 levels in Cook County, Illinois.
$240,00004/01/201403/31/2016
99201819NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFFY2013 LAKE CHAMPLAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This project provides for the New York State Lake Champlain Coordinator to implement New York's portion of the Lake Champlain Basin Management Plan. This project also provides for the continuation of the Lake Champlain Basin Program's ongoing long term water quality and biological monitoring program, which detects environmental changes in the Lake. These data will assist in developing and supporting management decisions, identifying and targeting nutrient sources, and evaluating pollution reduction implementation plans.
$340,00004/01/201403/31/2017
00E01275City of St. Clair ShoresIMPLEMENTING GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE AT KYTE MONROE PARK - CITY OF ST. CLAIR SHORES, MICHIGAN

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of St. Clair Shores is located on Lake St. Clair, a part of the St. Clair River system that connects Lake Huron and Lake Erie. The City will install green infrastructure (3,000 square feet of rain garden and 21,000 square feet of pervious pavement) at a parking lot at the City�s Kyte Monroe Park. The green infrastructure will capture and treat stormwater runoff from the parking lot � runoff which is currently untreated and discharged via storm sewer directly to Lake St. Clair. This project is estimated to prevent approximately 95,000 gallons of polluted storm water from entering Lake St. Clair during a significant rain event.
$250,00004/01/201403/31/2016
00E01332Red Lake Band of ChippewaRED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS

The objective of this cooperative agreement is to sustain the programmatic activities of the Red Lake Band's Tribal Air Program. The Red Lake Band will develop strategies to determine the quality of air on their reservation through ambient air quality modeling, forecasting tools, and operation of a continuous fine particulate monitor, as well as indoor air quality training/Tools for Schools and becoming an active member in air policy development.
$196,42604/01/201403/31/2016
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
00E01276City of Erie PennsylvaniaLAKE ERIE ARBORETUM AT FRONTIER PARK (LEAF) GREEN ROOF

This project supports the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, pursuant to Public Law 113-6. The City of Erie, located on Lake Erie, will install 2000 square feet of “green roof” atop the City�s Frontier Park Education Center. The “green roof” consists of a layer of soil and plants installed on top of the Education Center�s structural roof. The rooftop layer of soil and plants will absorb/filter over 2000 gallons of rainfall during a heavy rain event and help reduce the quantity and improve the quality of stormwater entering Lake Erie.
$30,00004/01/201412/30/2014
00F79501New Mexico Environment DepartmentNEW MEXICO PM2.5 AIR MONITORING

Develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards. The purpose of this grant is to add $111,102 to conduct ambient air monitoring of fine particulate matter (PM2.5 ) in the State of New Mexico.
$160,80104/01/201403/31/2015
99T09301South Coast AQMDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $912,797 (which includes $132,342 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$912,79704/01/201403/31/2015
00F87501Lafayette Parish School BoardLAFAYETTE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD H2KNOW

This focus of the H2Know project is to increase student, educator and community understanding of environmental issues impacting southern Louisiana. The aims to expand knowledge of Louisiana wetland and costal ecosystems, explore the impact climate change has on wetland and coastal ecosystems, study diverse water quality, habitat and wildlife topics and highlight the local, regional and national importance. Implementation of the project will be a collaborative effort linking Lafayette Parish School System, targeted environmental magnet schools (grades K- 12) and partners to improve education opportunities for diverse, low-achieving, low-income, at-risk youth. Primary goals of this project are to increase student achievement through nature learning; enhance the environmental knowledge of students and teachers; and to foster community-wide environmental stewardship.
$125,00006/01/201405/31/2016
99129404New Hampshire D.E.S.PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 (PM 2.5) AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5) Ambient Air Monitoring Network Development and Implementation. The State of New Hampshire will measure fine particles in the ambient air and collect quality assured data in order to demonstrate attainment or non-attainment of fine particulate air quality standards.
$296,61604/01/201403/31/2015
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
96182301New Hampshire D.E.S.NEW HAMPSHIRE PLATING COMPANY FIVE-YEAR REVIEW

This Scope of Work is to provide funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to review various New Hampshire Plating Superfund Site (the "Site") documents, perform selected interviews and a Site inspection, and prepare the required Five-Year Review report which will document the protectiveness of the remedy implemented at the Site and identify any issues and make recommendations as required.
$50,00006/01/201402/28/2015
97581414Minnesota Public Facilities AuthorityMINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY

This agreement provides funding under the Safe Drinking Water Act to the State of Minnesota 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 agreementwill also set aside funds for program administration, wellhead protection, public water system supervision, and technical assistance activities.
$15,827,00004/01/201406/30/2017
83557501Department of Fisheries and Oceans CanadaDIFFERENTIATING PHYSICAL FROM CHEMICAL DISPERSION

This project will evaluate subsurface release of oil and chemically dispersed oil using the flow-through wave tank facility at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO). The main objectives are to assess 1) dispersant effectiveness, 2) in-situ oil droplet size distribution, 3) the use of numerical modeling to verify the utility of subsurface dispersant application as an oil spill response option for deep water blowouts. There are a total of 48 core and 24 complimentary wave tank experiments planned taking into consideration many variables, such as natural attenuation, chemical dispersant use with varying DOR, oil type, oil temperature, oil release pressure, water temperature, and underwater current velocity. Within appropriate time limits, we will also conduct 6 static wave tank experiments involving oil addition at various time points in order to provide data generated from a series of commercial fluorometers. Results of the project will provide oil spill responders with adequate information to make decisions on the best countermeasures to implement during a subsurface oil release, and the modeling capabilities that are available to predict oil trajectory. Project deliverables will also improve the existing protocols for the use of in situ fluorometers to track the fate of dispersed oil in the marine environment.
$348,65004/01/201406/15/2015
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
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
96326801WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionSACA - RAVENSWOOD PERCHLOROETHYLENE (RI/FS OU2)

Funds will be used to provide regulatory oversight, technical review, and evaluation during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study phase at the Ravenswood Perchloroethylene Operable Unit Two site.
$6,16005/01/201409/30/2015
83562001Teratology SocietyTERATOLOGY SOCIETY

The Teratology Society 54th Annual Meeting will provide a forum to further the protection of human health during pregnancy, in utero/childhood development, particularly as affected by environmental exposures from air, water and food. The outcome will have positive effect on the field of health and the environment.
$15,00006/01/201405/31/2015
83559501Swinomish Indians of the Swinomish ReservCOASTAL CLIMATE IMPACTS TO FIRST FOODS

The objectives are to characterize the coastal hazards of sea-level rise, storm surge, and wave energy alongshore the Swinomish Reservation and the resulting vulnerability of habitats for first foods and culturally significant sites, and develop opportunities and planning tools to build adaptive capacity using a sustainable systems-based approach that can be disseminated using a multi-pronged education approach
$756,62006/01/201405/31/2017
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
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
13E36202Illinois Department of Public HealthEVALUATE AND IMPROVE MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR LAKE MICHIGAN'S BEACHES IN ILLINOIS.

Illinois Department of Publich Health (ILDPH) will issue grants to the local and county agencies for the 2014-2015 beach season. Agencies will undertake sampling, modeling, implementation of signage and other public notification measures.
$234,00006/01/201405/31/2016
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
02E00778Michigan Dept of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SITE ASSESSMENT

This Cooperate Agreement provides funding to the State of Michigan to support Site Assessment activities. These activities will include screenings, preliminary assessment, site inspections, expanded site investigations, hazard ranking system scoring packages for the National Priorities listing and site re-assessments. This award funds $282,787 to the State of Michigan in which $25,000 of the funding is for removal activities.
$282,78704/01/201403/31/2015
83557801International Council on Clean TransportationCLIMATE CHANGE AND CLEAN AIR COALITION GLOBAL GREEN FREIGHT INITIATIVE

This project will allow International Council on Clean Transportation, Inc. to manage and oversee the Global Green Freight Initiative. The purpose of the initiative is to provide outreach and capacity building with governments in the top vehicle markets to endorse the Green Freight Declaration, to develop the technical paper that will serve as the basis of the Green Freight Charter, and to complete a scoping study for development of an International Green Freight Technology Verification Center.
$200,00004/01/201403/31/2015
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
96283901Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB PM2.5-2014/2015

This agreement provides assistance to the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board to operate and maintain its air quality monitoring network to measure the levels of very fine particulate matter. This work will involve air quality sampling and generation of representative air quality data.
$344,04804/01/201403/31/2015
83561901Virginia Port AuthorityPORT OF VIRGINIA - HYBRID SHUTTLE CARRIERS

This project will improve air quality at the Port of Virginia and the surrounding communities by reducing emissions from nonroad diesel engines used in handling cargo at the port. This project will partially fund the the replacement of 3 Tier 1 diesel powered straddle carriers with 3 Tier 4 hybrid diesel-electric shuttle carriers.
$750,00005/01/201409/30/2016
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