Recent Grants by Fiscal Year & Quarter
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|#||FY||Qtr||Grant Number||Recipient||Title & Description||Cum Award||Award Date||Project Start||Project End|
|96292413||NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation||HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT PROGRAM|
This agreement is for development and implementation of an authorized hazardous waste management program in New York State to control the generation, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste; to minimize hazardous waste production; and to protect health and the environment from inactive hazardous waste facilities. Activities include permitting, corrective action, inspections, enforcement, computerized tracking, ensuring data quality, and pollution prevention outreach. This will help to preserve and restore the land by reducing waste generation and by managing hazardous wastes properly.
|01E00768||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources||WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT|
Funding for this Cooperative Agreement is being provided to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to conduct Superfund Core program activities for fiscal year 13/14. These activities shall include supporting managerial, supervisory, technical and clerical staff in the implementation of the clean-up program. This program will enhance and augment WDNR's activities. The program provides non-sites specific funding to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to the specific sites.
|02E00771||Indiana Department of Environmental Management||INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT - CORE|
This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). The funding will support the Core program, maintain communications, automation capabilities, training opportunities, and administrative management operations.
|01E00775||Illinois Environmental Protection Agency||SUPERFUND MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT|
This Cooperative Agreement enables the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to perform Management Assistance activities at Superfund sites. These activities will include Non-National Priorities List (NPL), Process Support including Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS) Support, Record of Decision (ROD) Support, Remedial Design/Remedial Action (RD/RA) Support, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Support, Five Year Support and NPL Delisting Support.
|96817701||Southern Black Hills Water System||SPECIAL PURPOSE|
The purpose of the Phase II construction of the Southern Black Hills Water System is to provide potable water to customers along Argyle Road and directly west of Argyle Road, in the southern Black Hills, South Dakota.
|00214814||NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation||AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM (CAA-105)|
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.
|99201818||NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation||NYSDEC FFY2012 LAKE CHAMPLAIN MGMT|
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.
|99257412||NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation||NYSDEC FY 13/14 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.
|02E00777||Michigan Dept of Environmental Quality||SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT|
The purpose of this agreement is to fund the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) CORE program. This program will support the development and tracking of grant application, coordination and submission of progress reports, development of Superfund Comprehensive Accomplishment Plans (SCAP) needs, submission of financial status reports, federal billing, representation of Superfund in other program efforts, state coordination, program involvement at the national level, enhanced management and administrative capabilities within the Superfund Program in the State of Michigan
|96584510||Prairie Island Indian Community||PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT|
This action will provide grant funds to the Prairie Island Indian Community (PIIC) to enable the tribe to develop, and establish the capability for the management of environmental protection programs. Funds are being provided by the General Assistance Program (GAP), Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106, and CWA Section 319 Programs. These funds will allow PIIC oversight of activities such as developing the capacity to assess and monitor radiological impacts from the PIIC Nuclear Generating Plant, update the Water Quality Monitoring Plan, and implement the Non-Point Source (NPS) Plan.
|96554909||Red Lake Band of Chippewa||PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT|
This is a Performance Partnership Grant to the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians containing Clean Water Act Sections 106 and 319, and General Assistance Program funds. This award will support the tribe's efforts to build environmental capacity for the protection of the natural resources and human health. Specific activities include: administration of the General Assistance Program, water quality monitoring and assessment and activities for the prevention and control of nonpoint source pollution.
|01E00752||Forest County Potawatomi Community||PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT|
This project will enable the Tribe to (1) implement a Nonpoint Source Management Program maintenance; (2) implement a Tribal water quality program; (3) educate Tribal members on environmental health issues, solid waste and non-point source pollution reduction; (4) promote cleaner outdoor air and reduced greenhouse, and build tribal capacity and professional knowledge project methods, and (5) development of a wetland program plan.
|01E00994||Indiana Department of Environmental Management||INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT-REMEDIAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES|
This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to enable the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) to perform Non-National Priorities List (NPL) Process Support and NPL Process Support, including Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS) Support, Record of Decision (ROD) Support, Remedial Design/Remedial Action (RD/RA) Support, Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Support, Five Year Review Support and NPL Delisting Support
|01E00992||Ohio Environmental Protection Agency||NATIONAL RIVER AND STREAM ASSESSMENT (NRSA)|
This project will allow the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) to continue general monitoring and national survey activities. More specifically, this grant will fund sampling to determine appropriate tiered aquatic life uses in Limited Warm Water Habitat streams and the appropriate tiered antidegradation category for streams assigned to the State Resource Water category. Additionally, collection of data for fish community, macroinvertebrate community, and physical habitats will occur.
|97546709||Cleveland State University||CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY|
This funding will provide technical assistance, training, and applied research resources to the State, local Government, Private Sector and Not-for-Profit organizations. The Great Lakes Environmental Finance Center (GLEFC) proposes six (6) project areas to be completed under this program. (1) OhioLink Depository Finance and Redevelopment Strategy; (2) Sustainable Development and Communities; (3) Emerging Projects throughout Region 5; (4) Wetlands and Stormwater Finance; (5) Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund Impact Analysis; and (6) Local Government Finance Dashboard
|96556209||Fond Du Lac Band of Chippewa||PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT|
This agreement enables the Tribe to execute various environmental programs such as the General Assistance Program, Clean Water Act Section 106 and 319 activities, Wetland Restoration Plan, and the Tribal Air Quality Program. Some activities include implementing a nonpoint source management maintenance, managing a water quality program, developing programs for wetland protection and management, educating members on environmental health issues, promoting cleaner outdoor air, and building tribal capacity.
|98177807||Connecticut Department of Public Health||TSCA TITLE IV PB OECA COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE|
The Connecticut Department of Public Health Lead Program will: (1) conduct inspection/audits of remodeling and renovation activities; (2) maintain a lead-safe licensing program for lead-safe remodeling and renovation professionals; (3) distribute Lead Pre-Renovation Education information to lead-safe remodeler/renovators; (4) maintain an Environmental Lead Program website to provide awareness to a varied audience; as well as (5) provide exterior lead based paint compliance assistance and awareness of lead based paint hazards to the regulated community. These efforts support Section 10a, and Section 404(g) Toxics Substances Control Act Title IV as well as Goal 5 of EPA's Strategic Plan. EPA agrees to cost share 100% of all approved budget period costs incurred, up to and not exceeding total federal funding of $48,000 to date.
|00E01168||Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe||WETLAND PROGRAM PLAN AND WETLAND ORDINANCE DEVELOPMENT|
The project will assist the Leech Lake Tribe (the Tribe) in their efforts to conduct work on the protection and restoration of wetlands, watersheds and aquatic ecosystems. The Tribe�s goals include increasing wetlands by 2015 by working with partners, achieving a net increase in wetlands and assessment of wetland conditions. Results of the project will be disseminated with the intention that others can benefit from the knowledge gained in the demonstration project.
|01E00785||Minnesota Pollution Control Agency||MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY -SUPERFUND SITE ASSESSMENT|
This Cooperative Agreement provides funding to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) to support activities and management associated with the Site Assessment program. Site assessment actions include final assessment decisions, pre-cerclis screenings, preliminary assessments, site inspections, and site reassessments within the State of Minnesota. This action will also fund the MPCA in the amount of $197,570 for remedial activities and $25,000 for removal activities.
|01E00774||Illinois Environmental Protection Agency||ILLINOIS EPA - FUNDING FOR CORE SUPERFUND PROGRAM|
This Core Cooperative Agreement will enable the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) to manage its Superfund program including administrative needs, fiscal grant and contract management, remedial program, development, information technology and records management. This effort will enable IEPA to contribute specialized expertise toward remediation of hazardous waste sites in Illinois.
|01E00781||Illinois Environmental Protection Agency||SUPERFUND SITE ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT|
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 $290,000 for remedial activities and $25,000 for removal activities.
|96585510||Grand Portage Band of Chippewa||PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT|
The purposes of the project are to plan, develop and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs administered by the Environmental Protection Agency. Activities include General Assistance Program, Wetlands, Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 and CWA 319 funding: Implement the Grand Portage Reservation Nonpoint Source Management Program and Wetland development to protect and restore watersheds and aquatic ecosystems.
|27000113||Minnesota Public Facilities Authority||MINNESOTA PUBLIC FACILITIES AUTHORITY|
This agreement provides funding under the Clean Water Act to the state of Minnesota to capitalize its revolving loan fund, which provides financing for the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and associated infrastructure, nonpoint source projects, and program administration.
|01E00778||Michigan Dept of Environmental Quality||SITE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT|
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.
|01E00767||Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources||WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - MULTISITE/MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE|
Funding for this Cooperative Agreement (CA) is being provided to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to conduct Superfund Multi-Site Support activities. WDNR will provide technical assistance, review and comment on draft and final reports, assist in the development of operation and maintenance plans, participate in planned periodic final inspections during remedial action, provide community relations, provide project coordination and review of draft progress reports.
|96817801||Salt Lake County Public Works Department||URBAN WATERS SMALL GRANTS|
This award provides funding to Salt Lake County Public Works Department to improve water quality , support community revialization, education the community, and engage and empower some of Salt Lake County's lowest-income residents through two connected progrms. Program 1 utlizes CDEA's "exhitis That Teach" program to establish school and community-based education outreach efforts in Salt Lake City's Fairpark neighborhood. Program 2 utilized QR codes and smart phone applcations technology to bring education information,develop through Program 1 efforts, to the fingerips of Salt Lake Couty residents.
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