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00010303-3WA Dept of HealthPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This grant will be for continuing state primacy and supervision of the drinking water program in the state of Washington. The goal of the state program is public health protection by providing oversight and assistance to water purveyors, so they may comply with state and federal regulations.
$5,796,72509/30/2005
00010304-2WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

The grant will be used for continuing state primacy and supervision of the drinking water program in the state of Washington. The goal of the state program is public health protection by providing oversight and assistance to water purveyors, so they may comply with state and federal regulations.
$5,128,80009/30/2007
00010305-8WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Washington Department of Health (WDOH) is the primacy agency for the Safe Drinking Water Act in Washington. An important part of the drinking water program is submitting data to the federal data base SDWIS. WADOH is considering transferring to SDWIS-state for primacy tracking and reporting of drinking water data, because the existing state data system cannot accommodate new rules that are in effect or coming into effect in the near future. For this project, WADOH will receive "in kind services" through an existing contract with EPA to complete a cost benefit analysis of the existing state data system and SDWIS-state.
$5,211,70006/30/2010
00010306-2WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

The grant will be used for continuing state primacy and supervision of the drinking water program in the state of Washington. The goal of the state program is public health protection by providing oversight and assistance to water purveyors, so they may comply with state and federal regulations.
$5,618,79809/30/2011
00010307-1WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION (PWSS)

The grant will be used for continuing state primacy and supervision of the drinking water program in the state of Washington. The goal of the state program is public health protection by providing oversight and assistance to water purveyors, so they may comply with state and federal regulations.
$2,840,50009/30/2013
00010308-1WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION (PWSS) GRANT

The grant will be used for continuing state primacy and supervision of the drinking water program in the state of Washington. The goal of the state program is public health protection by providing oversight and assistance to water purveyors, so they may comply with state and federal regulations
$2,682,00009/30/2013
00030219-0WA Dept of EcologyWASTEWATER OPERATOR OUTREACH TRAINING PROGAM

Provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of publically owned wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.
$22,00009/30/2007
00030220-0WA Dept of EcologyOPERATOR OUTREACH TRAINING PROGAM

This grant will provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance, and management of publically owned wastewater treatment works (POTWS), including those owned and operated by state agencies.
$22,00009/30/2008
00030603-0ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC)

State of Idaho - Underground Injection Control Program
Continuing Envrionmental program grant to support the implementation of the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State of Idaho has primacy for the UIC program.
$85,00009/30/2003
00030605-0ID Dept of Water ResourcesIDWR UIC

This assistance agreement funds a Continuing Environmental program with the State of Idaho, for the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program.

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget as revised, subject to the exceptions stated in Programmatic Condition #2. This award provides full EPA funding for the approved work plan tasks and budget.
THIS IS A REVISION OF THE ORIGINAL G-00030605-0 AWARD DOCUMENT ISSUED 1/21/05
$85,30006/30/2005
00030606-1ID Dept of Water ResourcesIDWR UIC

Underground Injection Control Program
Continuing Environmental program with the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State has Primacy for the UIC program.

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget, subject to the provisions of Programmatic Term and Condition #3. This award provides partial EPA funding.
$210,13106/30/2007
00030607-1ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continuing Environmental program with the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State has Primacy for the UIC program.
$209,70406/30/2009
00030608-1ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continuing Environmental program with the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State has Primacy for the Underground Injection Control Program.
$193,97606/30/2011
00030609-1ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continuing Environmental program with the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State has Primacy for the UIC program.

THIS AGREEMENT IS PARTIALLY FUNDED IN THE AMOUNT OF $127,728. SEE ADMINISTRATIVE CONDITION 19 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
$218,72806/30/2013
00030610-2ID Dept of Water ResourcesUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Continuing Environmental program with the purpose of implementing the Underground Injection Control Program in the State of Idaho. The State has Primacy for the UIC program.
$166,00006/30/2015
00031103-0WA Dept of EcologyUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (UST) PROGRAM

The program provides support for: 1) compliance monitoring and enforcement activities; 2) maintenance of a database on tank system upgrades and technical assistance, education, and outreach activities to ensure owners and operators will continue to upgrade or replace their tanks to meet existing tank standards; 3) an UST Program Coordinator to maintain program coordination, communication, and ensure continuity; and 4) technical assistance and training for staff.
$196,75009/30/2005
00031104-3WA Dept of EcologySTATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This amendment revises the current workplan/budget to account for the following primary activities that were not accomplished: (1) an Inspector position was not hired; (2) a contract was not issued for Operator Training activities; and (3) a Rule Writer was hired 4.5 months later than expected. These 3 items are being adjusted out of the budget and/or workplan, as appropriate, to ensure a more accurate document and will aslo result in a deobligation of funds. The Inspector and Operator Training contract will be included in the new LUST Preventative agreement for State FY 2009 and beyond.
$676,62606/30/2008
00031205-0Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communties.
$1,539,90009/30/2005
00031206-1Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality,
conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communties.
$1,519,70009/30/2006
00031207-0Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communties.
$1,531,00009/30/2007
00031208-1Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communties.
$1,533,90009/30/2008
00031209-1Oregon Dept of Human ServicesPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communities.
$1,553,00009/30/2009
00031210-0Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communities.
$1,664,00009/30/2010
00031211-2Oregon Dept of Human ServicesOREGON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communities.
$1,664,28509/30/2011
00031212-1Oregon Health AuthorityOREGON PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communities.
$1,674,50009/30/2012
00031213-1Oregon Health AuthorityPUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS SUPERVISION

Oregon will implement its drinking water program to protect public health by monitoring drinking water quality, conduct sanitary surveys, enforce drinking water standards and provide technical assistance to local communities.
$1,582,00009/30/2013
00031214-1Oregon Health AuthorityPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION PROGRAM

This supplemental funding will be used and is appropriate for continuing State primacy of the Oregon Public Water System Supervision program (PWSS) within the scope of Grant Agreement #00031214-0. The State program protects public health through oversight and assistance to public water systems so they may better comply State and Federal drinking water regulations.
$1,624,00009/30/2014
00031504-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

(1) To seek State Program Approval (SPA) to operate in lieu of the federal UST Program. (2) Provide for compliance monitoring and enforcement to reduce the potential of releases from USTs. (3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to promote compliance. (4) Secure training for staff to perform the tasks of the workplan. (5) Meet all EPA reporting requirements.

Program Justification: Is the solely designated State agency to receive this funding for the State of Oregon, for this continuing environmental program. State is working on all Program Objectives.

Program Objectives: High priority tasks include: (1) encouraging owners and operators to properly operate and maintain their USTs; (2) ensuring owners and operators routinely and correctly monitor all regulated tanks and piping in accordance with the regulations; (3) developing State programs with sufficient authority and enforcement capabilities to operate in lieu of the Federal program

This amendment provides the incremental funding necessary to fully fund the previously awarded grant.
$196,75006/30/2005
00031505-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

The program provides support for: 1) compliance monitoring and enforcement activities to reduce the potential releases of petroleum from Underground Storage Tanks by ensuring owners and operators routinely and correctly monitor all regulated tanks and piping in accordance with the regulations, 2) educational outreach and technical assistance to encourage owners and operators to properly operate and maintain their tanks, and 3) developing State programs with sufficient authority and enforcement capabilities to operate in lieu of the Federal program.
$393,50006/30/2007
00031506-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

The amendment will decrease efforts for the second year of the grant, especially in the compliance and enforcement task. However, the work pulled out of this agreement will be part of a new LUST Preventative agreement, as Congress changed funding sources for part of this work (primarily, the inspection and enforcement work), so that the State will now receive funding from two sources for this Program. Consequently, except for the Program Approval Task (where new rules and guidance are required), all of the tasks will receive less funding under this grant.

Amendment reduces the work plan budget, but provides incremental funding to fully fund the revised budget.
$426,37506/30/2009
00031507-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities, under the portion of the new legislation designated as the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA). Among these new provisions, as well as the previous federal/state UST requirements, the State of Oregon is undertaking the following activities: 1) The State of Oregon will continue to coordinate efforts with the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain State Program Approval., 2) All new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued. 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance. 4) Attend statewide, regional and national meetings to better understand current practices and protocols.
$191,41206/30/2010
00031508-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities, under the portion of the new legislation designated as the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA). Among these new provisions, as well as the previous federal/state UST requirements, the State of Oregon is undertaking the following activities: 1) The State of Oregon will continue to coordinate efforts with the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain State Program Approval. 2) All new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued. 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance. 4) Attend statewide, regional and national meetings to better understand current practices and protocols.
$163,32106/30/2011
00031509-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities, under the portion of the new legislation designated as the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA). Among these new provisions, as well as the previous federal/state UST requirements, the State of Oregon is undertaking the following activities: 1) The State of Oregon will continue to coordinate efforts with the Environmental Protection Agency to obtain State Program Approval/Rule Revisions., 2) All new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued. 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance. 4) Attend statewide, regional and national meetings to better understand current practices and protocols.
$163,32106/30/2012
00031510-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUST COMPLIANCE AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities, under the portion of the new legislation designated as the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA). Among these new provisions, as well as the previous federal/state UST requirements, the State of Oregon is undertaking the following activities: 1) The State of Oregon will conduct rule revisions as necessary to maintain State Program Approval.; 2) All new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued.; 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance.; and 4) Attend statewide, regional and national meetings to better understand current practices and protocols.
$178,00006/30/2013
00031511-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ UST FY14 PROJECT

The federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that States receiving funding for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program activities via the federal Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund mechanism perform certain activities: These new provisions, as well as the previous federal/state UST requirements, are: 1) conduct rule revisions as necessary to maintain State Program Approval; 2) All new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued; 3) Educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance; and 4) Attend statewide, regional and national meetings.
$175,00006/30/2014
00031512-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ UST FY 15 PROJECT

In addition to existing Federal / State UST requirements, the State of Oregon is also undertaking the following activities: 1) conduct rule revisions as necessary to maintain State Program Approval; 2) all new tank installations will be inspected and operating certificates will be issued and continue to work on the abandon tank strategy; 3) Provide educational outreach and technical assistance to increase awareness and promote compliance; and 4) attend statewide, regional, and national meetings to better understand current practices and protocols.
$163,00006/30/2015
00032006-0AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionAK OIL & GAS UIC FY05

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

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget, and provides full funding for the EPA share of approved costs.
$126,90006/30/2006
00032007-0AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska.
$131,70006/30/2007
00032008-0AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionAK UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM FOR CLASS LL UIC WELLS

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska
$127,21706/30/2008
00032009-0AK Oil & Gas Conservation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Through this grant the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commision (AOGCC) aims to help protect underground sources of drinking water through permitting and oversight activities related to Class II injection wells in the State of Alaska
$126,50006/30/2009
00032219-0Linn-Benton Community CollegeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO SMALL POTW'S TO IMPROVE OPERATION AND COMPLIANCE.

Provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of municipal wastewater publicly-owned treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.
$25,50009/30/2007
00032220-0Linn-Benton Community CollegeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO SMALL POTW'S TO IMPROVE OPERATION AND COMPLIANCE.

This grant will provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance, and management of publically owned municipal wastewater treatment works, including those owned and operated by state agencies.
$25,50009/30/2008
00032618-0AK Dept of Environ ConservWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

Provide on-site technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance, and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned and operated by state agencies.
$25,00006/30/2006
00032619-0AK Dept of Environ ConservWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

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

$20,10006/30/2007
00032620-1AK Dept of Environ ConservWWT OPERATOR TRAINING UNDER 104(G)(1) PUBLIC LAW 95-217

This grant will provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.
$20,20006/30/2009
00034117-1WA Dept of EcologySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

This project will identify sites in the State of Washington affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs).
$324,90006/30/2007
00034118-0WA Dept of EcologySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

FY08 Superfund CORE Program for Washington Department of Ecology (WDOE).
This project will identify sites in the State of Washington affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$138,51006/30/2008
00034119-1WA Dept of EcologySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

This project will identify sites in the State of Washington affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$237,15906/30/2010
00034120-0Washington Department of EcologySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

FY10 SF CORE Program for State of Washington, Department of Ecology (WDOE).
This project will identify sites in the State of Washington affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$112,50006/30/2011
00034121-0Washington Department of EcologySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

Fiscal Year 2012 Superfund CORE Program for State of Washington, Department of Environment of Ecology (WDOE).

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$112,50006/30/2012
00034122-0Washington Department of EcologyFY13 SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

FY13 Superfund CORE Program for State of Washington, Department of Environment of Ecology (WDOE).

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$112,50006/30/2013
00034123-0Washington Department of EcologyFISCAL YEAR 2014 SUPERFUND CORE

FY14 SF CORE Program for State of Washington, Department of Environment of Ecology (WDOE). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$112,50006/30/2014
00034124-0Washington Department of EcologyWDOE SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM FY15

FY15 SF CORE Program for State of Washington, Department of Environment of Ecology (WDOE).

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

This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$112,50006/30/2015
00035015-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityFY04-06 SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

Activities under this program will facilitate and improve the State of Oregon's capability to investigate and clean up sites where hazardous waste substance releases have occurred, to accept State lead, and fully participate in all Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) activities.
$727,33406/30/2006
00035016-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM

FY07 SF CORE Program for Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ)
This project will identify sites in the State of Oregon affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs).
$314,65206/30/2007
00035017-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ CLEANUP AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

FY08 Superfund CORE Program for Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ)
This project will identify sites in the State of Oregon affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$283,08306/30/2008
00035018-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ CLEANUP AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

This project is designed to facilitate and improve Oregon's capability to investigate and clean up sites where hazardous substance releases have occurred, and to accept state lead and fully pariticpate in all Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) activities. This project develops an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$254,77706/30/2009
00035019-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FROM JULY 2009 TO JUNE 2010

This project is designed to facilitate and improve Oregon's capability to investigate and clean up sites where hazardous substance releases have occurred, and to accept state lead and fully participate in all Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) activities. This project develops an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$229,29806/30/2010
00035020-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FROM JULY 2010 TO JUNE 2011

FY10 SF CORE Program for State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ).
This project will identify sites in the State of Oregon affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$206,36606/30/2011
00035021-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM FOR STATE OF OREGON

State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ).
This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$125,00006/30/2012
00035022-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySTATE OF OREGON SUPERFUND CORE 2012-2013

FY13 SF CORE Program for State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ)

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$125,00006/30/2013
00035023-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityVC-000350-23: STATE OF OREGON SUPERFUND CORE

FY14-15 SF CORE Program for State of Oregon, Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ).

This program will support the recipient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$237,50006/30/2015
00035314-5ID Dept. of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

Superfund CORE Program for State of Idaho, Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ)
To support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$541,45003/31/2008
00035315-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM 2008-2009

This project will identify sites in the State of Idaho affected by the release of hazardous substances and address contamination issues for future cleanup, preservation, and restoration by potentially responsible parties (PRPs). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$346,35012/31/2009
00035316-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO SUPERFUND CORE 2010-2012

CY12 SF CORE Program for State of Idaho, Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ).

This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$450,32012/31/2012
00035317-2ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM 2013-2014

CY14 SF CORE Program for State of Idaho, Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ). This program will support the recepient's abilities to implement the requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the development of an infrastructure system which is not assignable to Superfund site-specific costs.
$319,09712/31/2014
00039302-4Association of Bainbridge CommuntiesABC TAG

This project will allow the grantee to continue outreach and assistance on the Wyckoff Superfund Site. The grantee will help the community understand information pertaining to the site cleanup. Through this grant the recipient and its community will be informed to allow for meaningful participation in the cleanup and decision-making process.
$29,00012/31/2011
00042114-5Boise State UniversityWASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING

Provide on-site technical assistance for operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance, and management of municipal wastewater treatment works.
$100,20310/31/2004
00042116-0Boise State UniversityON-SITE WASTEWATER TRAINING PROGRAM

Provide onsite technical assistance for operators and municipal employees in the operation, maintenance, and management of municipal wastewater treatment works.
$33,00010/31/2006
00042117-0Boise State UniversityON-SITE WASTEWATER TRAINING PROGRAM

Provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of publically owned wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned by and operated by state agencies.
$25,49510/31/2007
00042118-0Boise State UniversityON-SITE WASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

This grant will provide technical assistance to operators and municipal employees involved in the operation, maintenance and management of municipal wastewater treatment works (POTWs), including those owned and operated by state agencies.
$25,50010/31/2008
00042906-4WA Dept of EcologyV-000429-06-4: WDOE MULTI-SITE

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Asarco, Boomsnub, Eagle Harbor (EHOU), Frontier Hardchrome, Harbor Island, Hylebos Waterway (Mouth), Hylebos Waterway (Head), Middle Waterway, Ruston/North Tacoma, Thea Foss, Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor, Well 12A, and Spokane River-Coeur D'Alene Basin.
$498,31906/30/2005
00042907-3WA Dept of EcologyWDOE MULTI-SITE 05/08

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Asarco Tacoma Smelter, Boomsnub/BOC Gases, Spokane River-Coeur d'Alene Basin, and Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor-Wyckoff Facility & Groundwater Operable Units.
$483,75406/30/2008
00042908-6Washington Department of EcologyWDOE MULTI-SITE FY12

This cooperative agreement provides funding to the recipient to provide oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL). The sites addressed by this cooperative agreement are: Spokane River-Coeur d'Alene Basin, Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor-Wyckoff Facility & Groundwater Operable Units, Well 12A, and ASARCO-Point Ruston.
$454,03406/30/2012
00042909-0Washington Department of EcologyWDOE MULTI-SITE 12 - 13

This award provides EPA funds for the recipient to carry out activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Spokane River-Coeur d'Alene Basin, Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor- East Harbor, Soil & Groundwater Operable Units, Well 12A, and ASARCO-Point Ruston.
$155,72606/30/2013
00042910-0Washington Department of EcologyWDOE MULTI-SITE 13 - 14

This Cooperative Agreement provides funds for the recipient to conduct oversight of activities related to the investigations, studies, and cleanups of four uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the Superfund National Priorities List (NPL): Spokane River-Coeur d'Alene Basin; Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor- East Harbor, Soil & Groundwater Operable Units, Well 12A, and ASARCO-Point Ruston.
$174,46006/30/2014
00042911-0Washington Department of EcologyWDOE MULTI-SITE

FY15 - Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Spokane River-Coeur d'Alene Basin, Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor- East Harbor, Soil & Groundwater Operable Units, Well 12A, and ASARCO-Point Ruston.

This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$188,85906/30/2015
00043711-0Idaho Dept of Health and WelfareIDAHO STATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

Grantee will raise awareness and educate the public about radon hazards and radon reduction by maintaining a radon hotline, providing free radon test kits, training workshops for realtors & the public, and compiling a radon database for the State of Idaho.
$82,00006/30/2006
00043712-0Idaho Dept of Health and WelfareIDAHO STATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

This project will provide public outreach and education to raise the public awareness of radon gas in homes and improves the indoor air quality so it is healthier to breath by hosting workshops, promoting home/school testing, developing partnerships with community members, local government agencies and other organizations, and compiling a radon database for the State of Idaho.
$80,00006/30/2007
00043713-1Idaho Dept of Health and WelfareIDAHO STATE INDOOR RADON PROGRAM

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) will be providing public outreach and education to raise public awareness of radon gas in homes and improve the indoor air quality so it is healthier to breathe by compiling radon database, developing partnerships with community members, local goverment agencies, and other orgainzations, and promoting disclosure, testing, and mitigation in conjunction with real estate transaction for the State of Idaho.
$45,00006/30/2008
00043714-0Idaho Department of Health & WelfareIDAHO INDOOR RADON PROJECT

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) will conduct outreach and education to raise public awareness of radon gas in homes and reduce indoor radon levels by compiling radon database, developing partnerships with community members, local goverments agencies, and other orgainzations, and promoting disclosure, testing, and mititgation in conjunction with real estate transaction for the State of Idaho.
$60,00006/30/2009
00043812-6Oregon Dept of Human ServicesRADON INDOOR AIR/OUTREACH

To raise the awareness of Radon in the state of Oregon. Grantee will promote radon testing and incorporate radon barrier installation where applicable through providing educational material, public consultation.
$439,47003/31/2010
00043813-6Oregon Health AuthoritySTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

The main purpose of Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) is to raise radon awareness in the state to prevent future cases of lung cancer dute to radon exposures. ODHS will build partnerships and form coalitions in radon outreach and education, utilize different media and outreach activities, and promote radon resistant construction to increase the effectiveness of radon education in Oregon. This amendment will allow ODHS to conduct outreach and testing in rural schools.
$332,54603/31/2014
00044010-0AK Dept of Health & Soc SvcsADHSS INDOOR RADON

Grantee will raise awareness and educate the public about radon hazards and radon reduction by maintaining a radon hotline, providing free radon test kits, newsletter and a booth in home shows. In addition, studies will be conducted on how climate can affect the indoor radon level. Results will be included in newsletters.
$60,96806/30/2006
00044900-1WA Dept of EcologyFFY00 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE

Reduce the impacts and sources of nonpoint source pollution in the state of Washington.
$3,797,40012/31/2005
00044904-1WA Dept of EcologyFFY2005 AND 2006 SECTION 319

Nonpoint Source Program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved Nonpoint Source Management Programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$7,947,37806/30/2010
00044905-1WA Dept of EcologyFFY2007 AND 2008 SECTION 319

Nonpoint Source Program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved Nonpoint Source Management Programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$7,393,80006/30/2012
00044906-1Washington Department of EcologySECTION 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

Nonpoint source program grants issued under section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$7,426,50006/30/2014
00044907-1Washington Department of EcologySECTION 319 (H) NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

Nonpoint source program grant issued under section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$6,507,21006/30/2016
00044908-1Washington Department of EcologyWASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY (WDOE) NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM GRANT

Nonpoint source program grants issued under section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$5,770,00006/30/2018
00044999-4WA Dept of EcologyFFY99 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE

To abate and control nonpoint source pollution through demonstration projects, education, monitoring, and evaluation
$3,532,22112/31/2004
00045000-6ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Idaho
$2,553,25712/31/2007
00045001-4ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source control measures for polluted runoff within the State of Idaho.
$2,853,34212/31/2007
00045002-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source control measures for polluted runoff within the State of Idaho.
$2,863,60012/31/2007
00045003-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Idaho.
$2,875,50012/31/2007
00045004-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Nonpoint source program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assiting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$2,531,67902/28/2009
00045005-2ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Nonpoint source progam grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$2,797,24402/28/2010
00045006-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Nonpoint source program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved Nonpoint Source Management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$2,441,80003/31/2011
00045007-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Nonpoint Source Program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$2,376,16503/31/2012
00045008-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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 implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$3,049,73204/30/2013
00045009-2ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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.
$2,558,43504/30/2014
00045010-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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.
$2,521,26304/30/2015
00045011-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ CWA 319 NON-POINT SOURCE

Nonpoint source program grants area 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. Two 319 subgrant projects are to be added to the Idaho 2010 319 grant and workplan with these ($198,104) federal funds.
$2,271,10405/31/2016
00045012-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ CWA 319 NON-POINT SOURCE

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.
$1,936,00005/31/2017
00045013-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ CWA 319 NON-POINT SOURCE

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.
$1,835,00005/31/2018
00045014-1ID 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.
$2,064,99805/31/2019
00045098-6ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO 319 NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Idaho.
$1,270,50012/31/2005
00045099-7ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO 319 NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Idaho.
$2,466,20006/30/2006
00045101-3OR Dept. of Environ. QualityC9-00045101: ODEQ

To abate and control nonpoint source pollution through demonstration projects, education, monitoring, and evaluation.
$3,217,50012/31/2006
00045102-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityC900045102-0 ODEQ

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Oregon
$3,211,50012/31/2007
00045103-3OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

Develop and implement nonpoint source pollution control measures under Section 319 of the Clean water Act, in order to protect and improve water quality within the State of Oregon.
$3,224,90012/31/2007
00045105-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint source program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,462,55112/31/2009
00045106-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint source program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the puposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,469,27412/31/2009
00045107-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source Program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,494,71603/31/2012
00045108-3OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source Program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,387,40012/31/2012
00045109-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementating their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality programs.
$1,687,10912/31/2013
00045110-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementating their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,381,40912/31/2014
00045111-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$1,111,83212/31/2014
00045113-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source Program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$756,50812/31/2017
00045114-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityNONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION IN OREGON

Nonpoint Source Program grants are awarded under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act for the purposes of assisting States and Tribes in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and project implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$764,46312/31/2018
00045402-3Yakama NationYAKAMA NATION WATERSHED ASSESSMENTS, PURSUANT TO WATER QUALITY STANDARDS

Complete Satus Creek and Toppenish Creek Watershed Assessments; Pursue development of tribal NPDES program equivalent.
$405,76309/30/2006
00045403-2Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama NationWATER QUALITY STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATION

Sample 35-40 sites in the Yakima River watershed; conduct a non-point source best management practices workshop (sustainable agriculture); participate in intergovernmental processes (toxics reductions) for the Columbia River Watershed; program development activities (ie. grant writing for funding).
$296,36809/30/2008
00045902-3WA Dept of HealthWDOH CLEAN WATER ACT (CWA) SECTION 106 - SFY2003-SFY2004

Continued Implementation of Washington State Wellhead Protection & Source Water Protection Programs for State Fiscal Years 2003 through 2004.
$513,31706/30/2004
00045903-2WA Dept of HealthCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106, WELLHEAD

This project will continue and improve protection of water quality in watersheds, including surface and ground water, that serve as sources of drinking water in Washington State. Protection efforts will include providing publicly available source water assessment data and technical assistance, participating in local and regional aquifer and wellhead protection efforts, and integrating the results of source water assessments into the decision-making criteria of state and local programs. A major effort of the project will be providing source water assessment data in electronic format to other agencies, programs, and communities for use in pollution prevention programs, for field technical assistance or inspection efforts, and for development of aquifer protection ordinances or other source water protection efforts.
$516,00006/30/2006
00045904-1WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE'S WELLHEAD AND SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAMS

This project will continue and improve protection of water quality in wellhead and source water areas for public drinking water supplies. Washington State Department of Health collects and manages source water assessment data and provides this data, technical guidance, and assistance to local jurisdictions, water system purveyors, state and federal agencies, and the public for use in protecting drinking water sources. Source water data is used by other entities for pollution prevention planning and emergency response, adoption of best practices, and for land use and zoning decisions.
$483,32906/30/2008
00045905-1WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE'S WELLHEAD AND SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAMS

This project will continue and improve protection of water quality in wellhead and source water areas for public drinking water supplies. Washington State Department of Health collects and manages source water assessment data and provides this data, technical guidance, and assistance to local jurisdictions, water system purveyors, state and federal agencies, and the public for use in protecting drinking water sources. Source water data is used by other entities for pollution prevention planning and emergency response, adoption of best practices, and for land use and zoning decisions.
$481,02006/30/2010
00045906-1WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE'S WELLHEAD AND SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAMS

This project will continue and improve protection of water quality in wellhead and source water areas for public drinking water supplies. Washington State Department of Health collects and manages source water assessment data and provides this data, technical guidance, and assistance to local jurisdictions, water system purveyors, state and federal agencies, and the public for use in protecting drinking water sources. Source water data is used by other entities for pollution prevention planning and emergency response, adoption of best practices, and for land use and zoning decisions.
$481,02006/30/2012
00045907-4WA Dept of HealthWASHINGTON STATE'S WELLHEAD AND SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAMS.

This project will continue to improve protection of water quality in wellhead and source water areas for public drinking water supplies. Washington State Department of Health collects and manages source water assessment data and provides this data, technical guidance, and assistance to local jurisdictions, water system purveyors, state and federal agencies, and the public for use in protecting drinking water sources. Source water data is used by other entities for pollution prevention planning and emergency response, adoption of best practices, and for land use and zoning decisions.
$770,40006/30/2016
00048901-1Puyallup Tribe of IndiansIMPLEMENTATION OF AN EFFECTIVE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM.

This award continues work done under previous assistance agreement I-00048900. This award approves the work plan and budget, and provides full funding.
$89,45706/30/2004
00048902-3Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation WACWA 106 - TRIBAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING & CONTROL PROGRAM

The Tribe will continue ambient water quality monitoring program, conduct continous temperature monitoring program, develop annual water quality assessment report and other grant management processes.
$490,00009/30/2008
00050302-5Colville Confederated TribesWATER MONITORING AND RESPONSE PROJECT

The project will collect and analyze surface and ground water samples. Review/Redraft Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Hydraulic Practices for non point source control. The project will result in an annual water quality assesment report, improved water quality monitoring system, and BMP's to address non point source issues and improvement of water quality.
$935,00009/30/2007
00050303-2Confederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationWATER MONITORING AND RESPONSE PROJECT

Collect and analyze surface and ground water samples. Review projects to identify hydraulic practice changes needed to achieve improved for non-point source control. Project will result in an annual water quality assessment report, improved water quality monitoring system, and best management practices to address non-point source issues and achieve improved water quality.
$512,00009/30/2010
00050304-2Confederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationWATER MONITORING AND RESPONSE PROJECTS

Updating existing redraft of the Tribes water quality standards and begining the Treatment as State Process with EPA for Water Quality Standard (WQS) approval. Public outreach and education on the Tribal WQS will be part of the project as well.
$190,00012/31/2011
00051106-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES PROGRAM

During the project period, the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$460,56706/30/2006
00051107-1Oregon Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES PROGRAM

This amendment will add $50,000 in EPA funding to the cooperative agreement with the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) for FY 2007. ODA will conduct analytical work related to its pesticide enforcement program during the third and forth quarters of FY 2007. The answers to the questions below apply to the $50,000 additional EPA funding and the work related to the additional funding only.
$494,62206/30/2007
00051108-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDES PROGRAM

Oregon Department of Agriculture will continue a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, groundwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory procedures.
$490,57806/30/2008
00051109-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG CONSOL. PESTICIDE 09

This Cooperative Agreement will continue a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, groundwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory procedures.
This award provides full funding for the EPA portion of the approved budget.
$445,27006/30/2009
00051110-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE COOP 09/10

The award of this Cooperative Agreement continues a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, groundwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory procedures. This award provides full funding for the EPA portion of the approved budget.
$445,27006/30/2010
00051111-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE COOP 09

This award provides funding to the recipient for continuation of a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, grounwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory precedures.

This award fully funds EPA's share of approved costs.
$498,10506/30/2011
00051112-2Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG CONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE FY12

This award will fund a continuation of the recipient's comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, groundwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory precedures.
$536,46906/30/2012
00051113-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE COOP 13

This Cooperative Agreement will allow the State to continue a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification, groundwater protection, worker protection, endangered species protection, monitoring, and laboratory procedures.
$451,00006/30/2013
00051114-4Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE COOP

This Cooperative Agreement provides funding for the recipient to continue a comprehensive pesticide program of applicator certification; protection of water quality, workers, and endangered species; and monitoring and laboratory procedures.

This agreement is partially funded. Please see Administrative Term and Condition #21.
$475,02306/30/2016
00051115-0Oregon Dept of AgricultureOR DEPT OF AG CONSOL. PESTICIDE 2014-15 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement is designed to continue implementation of pesticide regulatory and enforcement programs that could include, but are not limited to, activities such as compliance monitoring, enforcement, certification and training for pesticide applicators, water quality protection, and outreach and education. This agreement will result in enhanced protection of human health and the environment.
$459,67806/30/2015
00051801-4Shoshone-Bannock TribesWATER QUALITY PROTECTION

To implement water quality standards, set up a program for oversight of the NPDES program, continue groundwater monitoring, and coordinate the Total Maximum Daily Loads(TMDL) for 303(d) listed water bodies.
$600,73809/30/2006
00051802-2Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservWATER QUALITY PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

This project will fund the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes water quality programs. The water quality program will monitor Ethylene Dibromide contamination in the local aquifers, develop water quality standards for the Fort Hall Reservation, and participate in Total Maximum Daily Load development both on and off the reservation as it pertains to reservation resources.
$243,75009/30/2008
00051803-3Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservFY 2012 WATER QUALITY PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

Regulatory Program Development and Maintenance, Surface Water Monitoring Program, Drinking Water Health Threat Oversight. A change and/or enhancement of management decisions resulting in protection of ground and surface waters of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. A change in attitudes towards water resources on the Fort Hall Reservation through education.
$478,75009/30/2012
00051804-2Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservFY 2015 WATER QUALITY PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION.

The Tribe will focus their efforts on regulatory program development and maintenance, surface water monitoring, drinking water health threat oversight, and general water quality programmatic functions.
$336,00009/30/2015
00052003-2Kalispel Tribe of IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT FOR: CWA SECTION 319, 66-460 CWA SECTION 106, 66-419

With the Performance Partnership Grant, the tribe proposes to wrap together the Tribe�s Clean Water Act Section 106 and 319 grants. They intend to continue the Sense of Place series of outreach classes designed to foster responsible stewardship of local landowners. Additionally, they will continue stabilization work on shorelines of the Kalispel Indian Reservation that are actively eroding due to anthropogenic causes. Funds secured from the Section 106 grant will assist the Kalispel Natural Resource Department in meeting a major Watershed/Water Quality Management Plan objective to “Maintain or enhance water quality in rivers, streams, lakes and other waterbodies throughout ceded lands.” (KNRD Fish and Wildlife Management Plan, 1997) This will be accomplished through the implementation of a water quality/watershed management plan and sampling water quality in the lower Pend Oreille watershed.
$294,46609/30/2005
00052004-4Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT FOR 319, CWA 106, AND IGAP

Maintain and expand field water quality monitoring, collect and analyze water samples, develop and implement Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) implementation plans, outreach education on watershed and ecosystem management in coordination with the University of Washington Extension Program. Riparian restoration on Trimble Creek. Continue the implementation of water quality/ watershed management planning and assessing water resource issues. Develop environmental policy and management plans. Provide input to other tribal departments planning efforts. Continue to communicate with state and federal environmental agencies.
$1,027,99909/30/2009
00052005-5Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservBG00J60701 KALISPEL

The work to be accomplised in this project are as follows: Maintain and expand field water quality monitoring, collect and analyze water samples, develop and implement Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) implementation plans, outreach education on watershed and ecosystem management. Riparian/shoreline restoration implementation. Continue the implementation of water quality/ watershed management planning and assessing water resource issues. Wetland restoration planning and development. Provide input to other tribal departments planning efforts. Continue to communicate with state and federal environmental agencies.
$1,331,77709/30/2013
00052006-1Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservKALISPEL PPG

Maintain and expand field water quality monitoring, collect and analyze water samples, develop and implement Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) implementation plans, outreach education on watershed and ecosystem management in coordination with the University of Washington Extension Program. Riparian/shoreline restoration implementation. Continue the implementation of water quality/watershed management planning and assessing water resource issues. Wetland restoration planning and development. Provide input to other tribal departments' planning efforts. Continue to communicate with state and federal environmental agencies.
This award was cancelled (no funds expended). All documents and related funding were transferred to BG00052005.
$009/30/2011
00052007-1Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservKALISPEL PPG

Maintain and expand field water quality monitoring, collect and analyze water samples, develop and implement Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) implementation plans, outreach education on watershed and ecosystem management. Riparian/shoreline restoration implementation. Continue the implementation of water quality/ watershed management planning and assessing water resource issues. Wetland restoration planning and development. Provide input to other tribal departments planning efforts. Continue to communicate with state and federal environmental agencies.
$528,00009/30/2015
00052704-0ID Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of FIFRA, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$409,08506/30/2006
00052705-0ID Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$394,99606/30/2007
00052706-1ID Dept of AgricultureCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$398,85806/30/2008
00052707-0ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
This award provides full funding for the EPA share of approved costs.
$437,16906/30/2009
00052708-0ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE

This award provides for continued cooperation of the Idaho Department of Agriculture in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certification and training of pesticide applicators, and continud development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
This award fully funds the EPA portion of the approved project budget.
$395,56906/30/2010
00052709-1ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG CONS. PESTICIDE

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
This award provides full funding for EPA's share of costs.
$447,45609/30/2011
00052710-0ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE COMPLIANCE MONITORING STATE FY12

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$417,77606/30/2012
00052711-0ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE

During the project period, the Idaho Department of Agriculture will cooperate in the enforcement of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, certify and train pesticide applicators, and continue development and implementation of programs for the protection of farm workers, water quality, and endangered species.
$443,00006/30/2013
00052712-3ID Dept of AgricultureID DEPT. OF AG PESTICIDE

This amendment adds EPA Funding in the amount of $9680 for Pesticide Enforcement Activities in Idaho.
$396,68006/30/2014
00053306-0Shoshone-Bannock TribesEASTERN MICHAUD FLATS SUPERFUND SITE - COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will evaluate the work of the potentially responsible parties at the Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund Site to protect human health and the environment on and around the Fort Hall Reservation.
$30,00003/31/2006
00053307-1Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservFY2008 EASTERN MICHAUD FLATS SUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes' Environmental Waste Management Program will evaluate the work of the responsible parties at the Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund site to protect human health and the environment in and around the Fort Hall Reservation.
$30,00005/31/2008
00053308-1Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservEASTERN MICHAUD FLATS SUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This supplemental funding is for performing the necessary project oversight of the Pond 16S treatment system to ensure that tribal concerns are adequately addressed.
$79,00008/18/2009
00053309-1Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservEASTERN MICHAUD FLATS SUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes' Environmental Waste Management Program will evaluated the work of the responsible parties at the Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund Site to protect human health and the environment in and around the Ft. Hall Reservation. Costs will be allocated to the operable units that make up the Site, based upon the work load of each unit.
$100,48109/30/2010
00053310-9Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall ReservSHOSHONE-BANNOCK SUPERFUND

The Shoshone Bannock Tribes' Environmental Waste Management Program provided a work plan, attached and part of their application, setting forth the activities they intend to undertake this fiscal year to support EPA. These activities include providing oversight for investigations; studies; and cleanup of the Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund Site. The work plan solely provides support to the Tribes for activities undergoing at the JR Simplot Don Plant Operable Unit, FMC Operable Unit and the Off-site Operable Unit.

Activities described in the work plan will be conducted in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended; and will be executed by the Shoshone- Bannock Tribes Environmental Waste Management Program. This narrative and scope of work includes tasks, deliverables and budget that have been defined for this program within the Work Plan for the anticipated activity and projected due dates for fiscal year 2013 (October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013).
$300,00010/31/2013
00053905-4ID Dept. of Environmental QualityV-000539-05 - IDEQ MULTI-SITE

Mulit-site agreement--
Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Eastern Michaud Flats, Monsanto, and Kerr-McGee.
$241,03012/31/2004
00053906-6ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO SUPERFUND MULTI-SITE: EMF, MONSANTO, MERR-MCGEE, AND FMC PONDS

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Kerr-McGee, Eastern Michaud Flats (FMC), Eastern Michaud Flats (off-plant), Eastern Michaud Flats (Simplot), Monsanto, and FMC (Pond 16s).
$418,17212/31/2008
00053907-5ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO SUPERFUND MULTI-SITES

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Eastern Michaud Flats (FMC), Eastern Michaud Flats (Simplot off-plant), Eastern Michaud Flats (Simplot On-plant), Eastern Michaud Flats (FMC Pond 15s & 16s), Monsanto, and Kerr-McGee (Tronox).
$445,69012/31/2012
00053908-1ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ MULTI-SITE

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Eastern Michaud Flats (FMC), Eastern Michaud Flats (Simplot off-plant), Eastern Michaud Flats (Simplot On-plant), Eastern Michaud Flats (FMC Pond 15s & 16s), Monsanto, and Kerr-McGee (Tronox)
$152,65412/31/2014
00057101-3Chehalis Confederated Tribes

To update surface water monitoring strategy, and continue ground water monitoring and data analysis.
$006/30/2003
00062206-ECitizens for a Healthy BayCHB TAG - AMENDMENT D

Recipient will use funds to help the community affected by the Commencement Bay Superfund site to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to site cleanup. Documents will be reviewed and the community informed on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. Information will be shared with the rest of the community. This information will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and more meaningful participation in the cleanup decision-making process.
$260,00007/31/2015
00062804-8ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ AIR 105

This grant will allow the State of Idaho to continue to maintain an air quality program designed to meet the requirements of the federal Clean Air Act to include plans and programs designed to achieve or maintain compliance with the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS), conformity analysis, compliance with NESHAPS rules and regulations, stationary source compliance, emission inventory development, data reporting and modeling.
$4,929,07612/31/2007
00062805-0ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ AIR 105 2008

This grant will allow the State of Idaho to maintain an air quality program that meets the requirements of the federal Clean Air Act, to include plans and programs designed to achieve or maintain compliance with the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), conformity analysis, compliance with NESHAPS rules and regulations, stationary source compliance, emission inventory development, and data collection, reporting and modeling
$1,053,64712/31/2008
00065302-2Colville Confederated TribesTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Base Program Funds: 1. monitor the effectiveness of past completed CWA 319 funded projects; 2. repair damaged projects and monitoring sites (inspections in spring). Competitive Project Funds: 1. Peter Dan Creek/McGinnis Lake Project: Limit livestock access to stream/watersheds with fencing; while installing 3 spring sites for livestock access to water; 2. Scattered Roads Projects (fill stablization, culvert replacement, etc., at 10 road locations)
$372,95106/30/2005
00065303-2Colville Confederated TribesTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Improve water quality in impaired watersheds to levels required to support designated uses and water quality standards by adherence to specific standards for land use practices and the implementation of comprehensive watershed projects.
$400,00012/31/2006
00065304-1Confederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

The Program will Improve water quality in impaired watersheds to levels required to support designated uses and water quality standards by adherence to specific standards for land use practices and the implementation of comprehensive watershed projects.
$100,00009/30/2008
00065305-0Confederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL AND IMPLEMENTATION

The program will improve water quality in impaired watersheds to levels required to support designated uses and water quality standards by adherence to specific standards for land use practices and the implementation of comprehensive watershed projects.
$200,00009/30/2009
00065306-2Confederated Tribes of the Colville ReservationTRIBAL NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL AND IMPLEMENTATION

Improve water quality in impaired watersheds to levels required to support designated uses and water quality standards by adherence to specific standards for land use practices and the implementation of comprehensive watershed projects.
$250,00012/31/2011
00071805-7OR Dept. of Environ. QualitySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AT NINE (9) SUPERFUND SITES.

Support Agency Cooperative Agreement at nine (9) Superfund sites: Gould, Northwest Pipe & Casing, Reynolds Aluminum, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, United Chrome, Taylor Lumber & Treating, Portland Harbor, White King/Lucky Lass Mine.
$315,92506/30/2004
00071806-3OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ MULTI-SITE FY05-06 AWARD

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Gould, Harbor Oil, Northwest Pipe & Casing, Reynolds Metals, Taylor Lumber, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, United Chrome, White King/Lucky Lass Mine, Portland Harbor, and North Ridge Estate.
$286,23806/30/2006
00071807-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ SACA 06-07

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended.

This award approves the project work plan and budget as submitted, and provides full EPA funding. Please read all terms and conditions.
$216,11306/30/2007
00071808-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityOR/DEQ SITE ASSESSMENT 05 - 06

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Gould, Harbor Oil, Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), Reynolds Metals, Taylor Lumber, United Chrome, Northwest Piple and Casing, North Ridge Estates, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, and Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg.

This award provides full funding for work to be done in accordance with the approved work plan and budget. Please see Programmatic Term and Condition #1 for site specific accounting information.
$258,95106/30/2008
00071809-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityOR/DEQ CERCLA SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (SACA) 08-09

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Formosa Mine, Gould, Harbor Oil (RI/FS Oversight), Harbor Oil-Tank 23, Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), Taylor Lumber, United Chrome, Northwest Piple and Casing, North Ridge Estates, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, and Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg.
$481,74406/30/2010
00071810-2OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ SUPPORT AGENCY CA FY12

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Formosa Mine, Gould, Harbor Oil (RI/FS Oversight), Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), United Chrome, Northwest Piple and Casing, North Ridge Estates, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, and Black Butte Mine.
$394,76006/30/2012
00071811-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ SUPPORT AGENCY CA 2012 - 13

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the State will provide oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL). The sites are as follows: Formosa Mine, Gould, Harbor Oil, Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), United Chrome, Northwest Piple and Casing, North Ridge Estates, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, and Black Butte Mine.
$212,40006/30/2013
00071812-1OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ MULTI-SITE

This Coopertative Agreement provides funding for activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL). The sites are as follows: Black Butte Mine, Blue Ledge Mine, Formosa Mine, Gould, North Ridge Estates, United Chrome, NW Pipe & Casing, Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, and Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg.

This agreement is partially funded at this time. PLEASE SEE ADMINISTRATIVE TERM AND CONDITION #20.
$171,66906/30/2014
00071813-0OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ MULTI-SITE

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Support Agency Cooperative Agreement (SACA): Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Black Butte Mine, Blue Ledge Mine, Formosa Mine, Gould, United Chrome, NW Pipe & Casing, Portland Harbor (Joint Source Control Strategy), Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, and Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg.

This assistance agreement is fully funded.
$150,16606/30/2015
00074205-1WA Dept of EcologyD-000742-05 WDOE RCRA

Implementation of State's Hazardous Waste program
$1,918,00006/30/2005
00074206-1WA Dept of EcologyD-00074206 WDOE RCRA

The recipient will implement the RCRA hazardous waste program in the State of Washington. This will include inspection, enforcement, permitting/closure, and corrective action work as well as maintenance of databases for reporting and record keeping.

This award represents partial EPA funding in the amount of $897,991.
$1,886,93506/30/2006
00074207-1WA Dept of EcologyHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The grantee will implement the RCRA hazardous waste program in the State of Washington. This will include inspection, enforcement, permitting/closure, and corrective action work as well as maintenance of databases for reporting and recordkeeping.
$1,886,93506/30/2007
00076203-3AK Dept of Environ ConservAIR QUALITY SECTION 105 PROGRAM GRANT

has been forwarded in paper form
$1,960,75006/30/2004
00078304-1AK Dept of Environ ConservCONSOLIDATED PESTICIDE PROGRAM

In FY2004, the Pesticide Cooperative Agreement will ensure that all pesticides sold and used in Alaska are in compliance with State and federal regulations through education, monitoring, and enforcement activities. ADEC has been designated as the lead agency with primary responsibility for pesticide use violations in the State. As authorized by FIFRA Section 23, this agreement provides for the enforcement of FIFRA, implementation of pesticide enforcement programs, and development and administration of programs to train and certify pesticide applicators.
$275,35306/30/2004
00081702-5ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ D-00081702 RCRA

Administration of the Federal Hazardous Waste Program to include: permitting and inspecting hazardous waste facilities that generate, store, treat, and/or dispose of hazardous waste, maintain a data base of facilities, and adopt new rules and regulations as needed.
$788,04503/31/2006
00081703-4ID Dept. of Environmental QualityHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT STATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

Administration of the Federal Hazardous Waste Program. Maintains a federally authorized hazardous waste program capable of assuring proper management of hazardous waste to protect human health and the environment in the State of Idaho.
$804,57412/31/2007
00081704-3ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT STATE PROGRAM SUPPORT

This amendment adds $66,490 in reimbursed inspection expenses for Federal Facilities covered under the Department of Energy IAG.
$507,13912/31/2008
00081705-AID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO HAZARDOUS WASTE MANGEMENT PROGRAM

This amendment adds $28,773 in reimbursed inspection expenses for Federal Facilities covered under the Department of Energy IAG.
$1,292,71612/31/2011
00081706-AID Dept. of Environmental QualityHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This amendment provides funds for the continued administration of a Federal Hazardous Waste Program. This program maintains a federally authorized hazardous waste program capable of assuring proper management of hazardous waste to protect human health and the environment in the State of Idaho.
$1,231,87512/31/2014
00087003-3Coeur D'Alene Tribe of the Coeur D'Alene ReservPESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT CIRCUIT RIDER PROGRAM

This project will update and continue development of the Circuit Rider Program's enforcement database. Updating and improving the database will assist the Program in tracking pesticide enforcement efforts and inspection work. The primary task works to establish a database to store information from prior inspection work that can be accessed and queried electronically. The secondary task will work to establish protocols for conducting field testing of automated/on-site creation for Circuit Rider Tribal inspection work.
$451,18509/30/2008
00087004-2Coeur D'Alene Tribe of the Coeur D'Alene ReservCOEUR D'ALENE TRIBE PESTICIDE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The Coeur d' Alene Tribe hosts the Region 10 Pesticide Enforcement Circuit Rider Program. The Tribe works in cooperation with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide pesticide enforcement under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. Provides coverage for the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Spokane Tribe of Indians, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Nez Perce Tribe, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, and Kalispel Tribe of Indians. Tribes share program benefits and knowledge while assisting the EPA in providing cost-effective coverage of all six reservations.
$446,82009/30/2011
00087005-0Coeur D'Alene Tribe of the Coeur D'Alene ReservCOEUR D"ALENE TRIBE: PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe hosts the Region 10 Pesticide Enforcement Circuit Rider Program. The Tribe works in cooperation with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide pesticide enforcement under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and provides coverage for 6 inland Northwest Tribal Governments including the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Spokane Tribe of Indians, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Nez Perce Tribe, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, and Kalispel Tribe of Indians. The Tribes share program benefits and knowledge with the other Tribes while assisting the EPA in providing a cost-effective coverage of all six reservations.
$157,57709/30/2012
00087007-2Coeur D'Alene TribeCOEUR D"ALENE TRIBE: PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

The Coeur d'Alene Tribe hosts the Region 10 Pesticide Enforcement Circuit Rider Program. The Tribe works in cooperation with the US Environmental Protection Agency to provide pesticide enforcement under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and provides coverage for six inland Northwest Tribal Governments including Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Nez Perce Tribe, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, Spokane Tribe of Indians, Confederated Tribe of the Colville Reservation, and Kallispel Tribe of Indians. This amendment continues the program from fiscal year '14 into fiscal year '15.
$297,76009/30/2015
00087202-4AK Dept of Environ ConservSTATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This is an amendment to add additional funds to an existing grant that was not inititated in IGMS. The grant is in support of the PWSS program for the state of Alaska to fund the program throught the end of the grant period.
$4,269,91306/30/2004
00087203-2AK Dept of Environ ConservAK PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION (PWSS)

This project will be protecting human health by protecting citizens from unsafe sanitary practices in drinking water, by completing engineered plan reviews for new and existing public water system modifications, operation, and development. The recipient will be performing PWS sanitary surveys to determine compliance and enforcement of regulations. Continue new PWS Capacity Development reviews.l
$2,111,10006/30/2005
00087204-1AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water. This will be accomplished by ensuring that treatment is effective and sources are protected. Project activities will include providing training and educational opportunities, compliance assistance, and enforcement of drinking water regulations.
$2,194,48809/30/2006
00087205-2AK Dept of Environ ConservAK PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, outreach and education, technical assistance, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the state drinking water laboratory.
$2,160,08106/30/2007
00087206-2AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,256,90006/30/2008
00087207-2AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA STATE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,283,20006/30/2009
00087208-2AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,290,00006/30/2010
00087209-4AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,454,00006/30/2011
00087210-2AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,445,00006/30/2012
00087211-3AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,317,00006/30/2013
00087212-2AK Dept of Environ ConservPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$2,374,00006/30/2014
00087213-0AK Dept of Environ ConservPUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION

This project will protect human health and ensure water is safe to drink by supporting the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for safe and reliable drinking water. Project activities include primacy program administration, training, technical assistance, outreach and education, compliance assistance and enforcement of drinking water regulations, and operation of the Principal State Laboratory for Microbiology and the laboratory certification program.
$915,57506/30/2015
00087505-1AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2005

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

This amendment provides the incremental funding necessary to fully fund the previously awarded grant.
$187,00006/30/2005
00087506-1AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2006

This grant provides continuing support to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation's Underground Storage Tank Program. This program prevents releases of petroleum into the environment from underground stoage tanks by providing technical assistance to tank owners and operators and by inspecting underground storage tanks for compliance with state and federal regulations.
$191,60006/30/2006
00087507-1AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2007

This grant will fund the Underground Storage Tank (UST) program for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC). ADEC is responsible for oversight of the third party inspection program which runs a 3-year inspection cycle of all regulated USTs in Alaska. In addition, ADEC provides technical assistance and outreach to owners and operators.
$186,50006/30/2007
00087508-1AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS SFY 2008

This grant provides support to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) for the State's Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program to prevent releases of petroleum to the environment, from regulated tanks. These functions include the following: 1) maintaining the third-party inspection program by inspector audits, UST facility spot checks, and issuing tags for facilities in compliance; 2) Maintaining tank worker certification in conjunction with the Division of Occupational Licensing; 3) providing technical assistance to owners and operators of UST systems; 4) tracking the status of USTs and facilities; 5) Working towards the Implementation of the Energy Act Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA) requirements.
$344,11206/30/2008
00087509-1AK Dept of Environ ConservALASKA UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

This project will assist owners and operators of Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by facilitating UST program administration and planning, and enabling a significant update/upgrade of UST database information quality and accessibility.
$111,00009/30/2009
00087510-3AK Dept of Environ ConservUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROJECT FY 2010

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program administration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$373,45601/31/2011
00087511-1AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST PROGRAM GRANT

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$363,06306/30/2011
00087512-0AK Dept of Environ ConservADEQ UST GRANT FY11

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$363,06306/30/2012
00087513-0AK Dept of Environ ConservADEQ UST GRANT FY 13

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$278,00006/30/2013
00087514-0AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST GRANT FY14

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration, and planning and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$277,00006/30/2014
00087515-0AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC UST GRANT FY 15

This project will assist owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST) in Alaska to prevent releases to the environment by providing technical assistance and outreach, administering a third-party inspection/enforcement program, ensuring financial responsibility requirements are met, facilitating program adminstration and planning, and developing new protective regulations to implement the requirements of the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Act (USTCA).
$292,78506/30/2015
00100205-0New Hampshire D.E.S.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING FY05-604(B) GRANT

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities. The major activities to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$108,85509/30/2007
00100206-1New Hampshire D.E.S.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities. The major activities to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$100,00009/30/2008
00100207-0New Hampshire D.E.S.FY04-604(B) GRANT

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities. The major activities to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$100,00009/30/2009
00100208-1New Hampshire D.E.S.FY08-604(B) GRANT

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities. The major activities to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$108,03809/30/2010
00100209-0New Hampshire D.E.S.FY09-604(B) GRANT

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activities. The major activities to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$100,00009/30/2011
00100210-1New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2010 - 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This project will assist New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Organizations and Interstate Organizations in carrying out Water Quality Management planning activites. The major activites to be embarked upon include river water quality monitoring, federal water permits water quality certifications and developing & implementing watershed management plans.
$206,00006/30/2013
00100211-1New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2011 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING ACTIVITIES

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) will pass through no less than 40% of the total grant to Regional Planning Agencies for work related water quality management planning. Funding will be used for the following projects: (1) The Piscataquog Watershed Stream Crossing Assessment Improvement Project; (2) Implementation of Elements of the Meredith/Saunders/Paugus Bay (MSP) Subwatershed Management Plan; (3) Nominate the Suncook River into the New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program; and (4) Lower Merrimack River Continuity Assessment. NHDES will use the remaining portion of the grant within the department for water quality management planning activities.
$149,00009/30/2013
00100212-3New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2012 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Site Project Amendment
$145,05009/30/2015
00100213-0New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2013 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) will pass through no less than 40% of the total grant to four Regional Planning Agencies for water qualtiy management planning work on the following projects: 1) Nutrient Loading Study of Lake Warren, Alstead, NH; 2) Site-level Stormwater Planning and Education Program; 3) Stormwater Assistance Program; and 4) Impervious Surface Mapping in the Upper Merrimack River Region. NHDES will use the remaining portion of the grant within the department for water quality management planning activities.
$135,00009/30/2015
00100214-0New Hampshire D.E.S.FISCAL YEAR 2014 604(B) WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) will pass through no less than 40% of the total grant to regional public comprehensive planning organizations. NHDES will release a two-year request for proposals in 2014 to be funded with Fiscal Yea 2014 and Fiscal Year 2015 funds. Proposals will be solicited from the nine Regional Planning Agencies and the Connecticut River Joint Commissions. NHDES will use the remaining portion of the grant within the department for water quality management planning activities.
$142,00009/30/2016
00100298-3New Hampshire D.E.S.FY 98 - 604(B) GRANT

This grant is for the purpose to support 604(b) water quality management activities..
$135,92706/30/2005
00100300-5Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Project and budget period extension
$462,75309/30/2004
00100301-5Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Project and budget period extension
$451,60509/30/2005
00100302-3Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Water Quality Management Planning Program
$493,12809/30/2005
00100303-3Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Water Quality Manbagement Planning for Nonpoint Source Control. No Cost Share
$482,44509/30/2006
00100304-4Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Water quality management planning.
$517,95009/30/2008
00100305-2Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Project will support regional water quality planning projects, and will help the State of Massachsuetts to determine the causes of water pollution, and to assess power plant impacts and determine effluent limitations to meet water quality standards.
$369,55409/30/2008
00100306-2Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Project will suport regional water qualtiy planning projects, and will help the State of Massachusetts to determine the causes of water pollution, assess power plant impacts and determine effluent limitations to meet water quality standards.
$328,45109/30/2008
00100307-2Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The project will allow the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusett's water resources, and will suport the following activities: determination of the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems; assessment of impacts and determination of effluent limitations necessary to meet water quality standards; and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional organizations.
$411,34209/30/2010
00100308-1Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The project will allow the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts water resources, and will support the following activities: determination of the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems; assessment of impacts and determination of effluent limitations necessary to meet water quality standards; and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional organizations.
$233,37009/30/2010
00100309-1Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The project will allow the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts water resources, and will support the following activities: determination of the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems; assessment of impacts and determination of effluent limitations necessary to meet water quality standards; and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional organizations.
$235,90709/30/2012
00100310-1Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The project will allow the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts water resources, and will support the following activities: determination of the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems; assessment of impacts and determination of effluent limitations necessary to meet water quality standards; and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional organizations.
$699,00009/30/2013
00100311-2Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING FY11

Per your application request dated June 11, 2011, this grant agreement is being awarded to provide funds to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts water resources and to assess the impacts and determination of effluent limitations necessary to meet water quality standards.
$506,00009/30/2015
00100312-0Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated July 11, 2012, this Grant Agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts' water resources.
$503,25809/30/2015
00100313-0Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated July 9, 2013, this grant agreement is being awarded in the amount of $458,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts' water resources and will support the following activities. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this grant award have been incorporated and are in full force and effect.
$458,00008/31/2017
00100314-0Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated April 30, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $481,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to improve management of Massachusetts' water resources and will support the following activities: monitoring to determine the nature, extent and causes of water quality problems, and oversight of the 40% pass-through component to regional public organizations. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions have been incorporated into this award.
$481,00009/30/2018
00100500-CMaine D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Water Quality Management Planning project provides technical and programmatic support to the Casco Bay Estuary Project.
$595,50809/30/2005
00100600-5Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING.

Water Quality Management Planning
$155,07909/30/2005
00100604-2Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

There are six regional projects to be funded, ranging from management plans, stormwater inventory and water quality monitoring.
$167,80209/30/2007
00100605-0Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated July 7, 2005, this grant is being awarded to provide funds for Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CT DEP) in working closely with New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and US Geological Survey to develop low flow statistics impacting both drinking water and wasteland assimilation in Connecticut. NEIWPCC will develop a report presenting low-flow statistics and the methods used in analysis.
$133,33409/30/2007
00100606-2Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CT DEP), through a contract with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and a subcontract with United States Geological Survey (USGS), will fund the development of regression equations using low-flow statistics for continuous-record gaging stations and low-flow partial record stations in CT. The updated low-flow statistics, which were generated under the FY 05 604(b) grant, will be used by CT DEP to develop Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) estimates, evaluate water-supply potentials, and to determine wastewater discharges to rivers and streams. The new statistics will ensure that TMDL load calculations and discharge permits are based on the most accurate information available. In addition, funds will be used for aquifer protection planning activities involving water quality standards, land use regulations, and outreach.
$119,37203/31/2010
00100608-3Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application reqeust dated April 3, 2008, this assistant agreement is being awarded to provide support for Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CT DEP), through a contract with the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), will fund a project to develop a Geographic Information System (GIS)-based analytical tool to derive a numeric translator for Connecticut's narrative water quality criteria for phosphorus.
$105,00009/30/2013
00100609-1Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Per your application request dated July 8, 2009, this grant is being awarded to provide funding for the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CTDEP). CTDEP will use 60% of Section 604(b) funds within the department for aquifer planning activities involving Water Quality Standards, land use regulations, and outreach. CTDEP will pass through 40% of Section 604(b) funds to a regional entity for the purposes of watershed planning and management, and water quality assessment work as follows: (1) Evaluation of Causes and Impacts of Eutrophication in Lake Zoar. This project will also assist the CTDEP in development of a TMDL for Lake Zoar. (2) Byram Watershed Based Plan refinement. This funding will support the completion of this watershed based plan including refined load reduction calculations and BMP recommendations.
$100,00003/31/2012
00100610-6Connecticut D.E.P.WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Amendment to add $6,359 unobligated funds from FY07 604(b) grant to this FY10 604(b) grant.
$252,000 (FY10) + $6,359 (FY07) = $258,359
CT will use these funds from FY07 ($6,359) on monitoring equipment to conduct a study of the mixing characteristics of thermal plumes with various receiving waters in state. This study will aid DEP in implementing both existing temperature criteria in the Water Quality Standards and address potential changes to this criteria. The purchase of water temperature probes, software and a base station download/programming device will assist with regulations of temperature monitoring in water quality standards.
$258,35903/31/2014
00100611-1Connecticut DEEPWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CTDEP) will use 60% of the funds within the department for aquifer planning activities involving Water Quality Standards, land use regulations and outreach.
CTDEP will pass through 40% of Section 604(b) funds as follows:
1) One or more Soil and Water Conservation Districts (TBD) will work on a project that will develop a methodology to better characterize the impacts of altered stream flow on aquatic life in Connecticut's streams.
2) Earthplace, the Nature Discovery Center, will work on a project that will identify and manage indicator bacteria pollution soruces within two local drainage basins of the Norwalk River.
$183,00009/30/2014
00100613-0Connecticut DEEPFY13 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT GRANT

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) will use 60% of the funds within the department for aquifer planning activities involving water qualtiy standards, land use regulations and outreach. CTDEEP will pass through 40% of Section 604(b) funds to the Northwest Conservation District, Inc. to perform the following work: "Improving Existing Monitoring Data Collection using Automatic Sampling and Continuous Monitoring as Surrogates to Calculate Phosphorus Loads in Connecticut."
$165,00009/30/2015
00100614-0Connecticut DEEPFY14 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT GRANT

The Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) will use 60% of the funds within the department of aquifer planning activities invloving water quality standards, land use regulations and outreach. CTDEEP will pass through 40% of Section 604(b) funds as follows: 1) The Eastern CT Conservation District (ECCD) will conduct Phase 2 of the project "Methodology Development to Identify Aquatic Life Impairments Due to Anthropogenic Stream flow Reduction"; 2) The Northwest Conservation District will conduct Phase 2 of the project "Improving Existing Monitoring Data Collection using Automatic Sampling and Continuous Monitoring as Surrogates to Calculate Phosphorus Loads in Connecticut."
$174,00009/30/2019
00128309-1Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyTOXIC SUBSTANCES COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM

This award provides funds to suppport the FY04 MA DOS asbestos program.
$106,12309/30/2004
00128310-0Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

THE MASSACHUSETTS DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL SATETY WILL REVIEW SCHOOL ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLANS TO ENSURE THAT THE ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOLS ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE ASBESTOS HAZARD EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACT. IN ADDITION, THE MASSACHUSETTS DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY WILL MAINTAIN THE ASBESTOS ACCREDIATION AND CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM THROUGH EDUCATION AND OUTREACH ACTIVITES TO EDUCATE TEACHERS, PARENTS AND SCHOOL MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL ON THE DANGERS OF EXPOSURE TO ASBESTOS CONTAING MATERIALS.
$100,00009/30/2006
00128311-0Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyFY2007 ASBESTOS IN SCHOOLS

The Massachusetts Division of Occupational Safety 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 Code of Federal Regulations 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.
$108,00009/30/2007
00128312-0Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyFY08 ASBESTOS IN SCHOOLS REPORT

The Massachusetts Division of Occupational Safety (MADOCS) 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.
$113,50009/30/2008
00128313-2Massachusetts Division of Occupational SafetyFY2009/20010 ASBESTOS OECA GRANT AGREEMENT

The Massachusetts Division of Occupational Safety (MADOCS) 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.
$216,00012/31/2010
00128314-2Massachusetts Department of Labor StandardsFY2009/20010 ASBESTOS OECA CA

The Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards (MADLS) 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; (4) perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals; and (5) develop AHERA compliance monitoring database checklist.
$276,00012/30/2012
00128315-3Massachusetts Department of Labor StandardsFY13/14 ASBESTOS OECA COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Per your application request dated June 25, 2012, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards Asbestos in Schools Program. The program will review school asbestos management plans, maintain an asbestos accreditation and certification training program, provide educational outreach activities to teachers, parents, and school maintenance personnel on the dangers of exposure to asbestos containing materials and perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals.
$216,00009/30/2014
00128316-0Massachusetts Department of Labor StandardsFY13/14 ASBESTOS OECA COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Per your application request dated June 25, 2014, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of 45,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards/Massachusetts Division of Occupational Safety (MADOCS) Asbestos in Schools Program. This program will: (1) review school asbestos management plans to ensure they are in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (40 CFR 763); (2) maintain an asbestos accreditation and certification training program, (3) provide educational outreach activities to teachers, parents, and school maintenance personnel on the dangers of exposure to asbestos containing materials; and (4) perform compliance enforcement audits of state licensed asbestos professionals. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$45,00009/30/2016
00146204-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

Comprehensive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticides laws and regulations.
$208,47209/30/2004
00146206-2Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

This augmentation is to support laboratory equipment purchases by the State's Pesticide laboratory. Pesticide laboratory analysis directly supports core pesticide enforcement goals and objectives as carried out by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources.
$185,00009/30/2006
00146207-1Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

The goal of this program is to support the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Agricultural Resources to monitor pesticides producers, retailers, and applicatros compliance with the Federal Insecticide Fungicide Rodenticide Act as well as State pesticide regualtions. The Commonwealth will provide complinace assistanvce to all regulated entities, conduct inspections and pursue enforcement actions when violations of Federal or State laws or regulations are identified.
$190,82909/30/2007
00146208-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

The funds are awarded to provide support to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Agricultural Resources, Pesticide Bureau to monitor pesticide producers, retailers and pesticide applicators compliance with the Federal Insecticide Fungicide Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts's pesticide statute and the regulations promulgated thereunder. The Commonwealth's Pesticide Bureau will provide compliance assistance to all applicable regulated entities, conduct inspections and investigations and pursue enforcement actions when violations of the Federal Insecticide Fungicide Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) or the applicable state statute and/or regulations are identified.
$190,53309/30/2008
00146209-6Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT

The funds for this amendment are awarded to provide support to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Agricultural Resources, Pesticide Bureau to host and conduct the Pesticide Inspector Residential Training (PIRT). Funds authorized by EPA will be utilized for training materials, speakers, lodging, per diem, transportation and other group meals.
$330,32403/30/2013
00146304-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

Comprehensive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticides laws and regulations.
$125,51209/30/2004
00146305-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

Comprehesive program for the enforcement of both state and federal pesticide laws and regulations. The state cost share requirement is 15% by policy.
$168,57609/30/2005
00146306-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

The project will assure safe workplaces and communities within New Hampshire by reducing harmful exposure to pesticides. This will be accomplished through targeted inspections and enforcement follow-up at large agricultural operations with high pesticide use; private applicator and agrochemical dealer sites within wellhead protection areas; pesticide producing establishments; and retail marketplaces. Additionally, the State will prioritize responses to citizen tips and complaints alleging unsafe or illegal pesticide use.
$178,53709/30/2006
00146307-0New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

The goal of this program is for the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food to monitor pesticide producers, retailers, and applicators compliance with Federal and State pesticide regulations. The State will provide compliance assistance to all regulated entities, conduct inspections, and pursue enforcement actions when violations of Federal or State pesticide regulations are indentified.
$168,88109/30/2007
00146308-2New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.PESTICIDE ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE

The goal of this program is for the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food to monitor pesticide producers, retailers, and applicators compliance with Federal and State pesticide regulations. The State will provide compliance assistance to all regulated entities, conduct inspections and pursue enforcement actions when violations of Federal or State pesticide regulations are identified.
$191,28409/30/2009
00147005-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER ACT IMPLEMENTATION

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protection drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,355,94612/31/2005
00147006-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER ACT IMPLEMENTATION

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,300,71009/30/2006
00147007-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER ACT IMPLEMENTATION

Per your application request dated June 19, 2006, this grant is being awarded to support Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,300,71009/30/2007
00147008-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER ACT IMPLEMENTATION

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,507,07709/30/2008
00147009-3Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTATION OF SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT- PWSS PROGRAM

Per your application reqeust dated April 23, 2008, this grant is being awarded to support continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems.
$1,325,30009/30/2009
00147010-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLE. OF SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT- PWSS PROGRAM

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,361,80009/30/2010
00147011-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLE. OF SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT- PWSS PROGRAM

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to a all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activiities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,445,30709/30/2011
00147012-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSAFE DRINK. WATER ACT SYSTEM SUPERVISON FY11-FY12

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water system. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,387,50009/30/2012
00147013-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,422,13109/30/2013
00147014-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$1,323,00009/30/2014
00147015-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthIMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

This project provides continued funding for staff and support for Connecticut's drinking water program in the effort to provide clean and safe drinking water to all residents and visitors to the state of Connecticut. This includes many programmatic activities such as public outreach, protection of drinking water sources, and other efforts designed to protect drinking water systems. These funds will also be used for the implementation of several regulations by the State of Connecticut that are required under the Safe Drinking Water Act designed to control or reduce contamination of drinking water by bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and many other types of pollution. This will result in cleaner and safer drinking water statewide.
$265,23809/30/2015
00147105-0Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2005

This funding will be used by the Maine Drinking Water Program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which provides consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and increases protection of public health.
$802,19809/30/2005
00147106-0Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2006

This funding will be used by the Maine Drinking Water Program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which provides consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and increases protection of public health.
$874,72209/30/2006
00147107-2Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2006

This funding will be used by the Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$900,09303/31/2008
00147108-1Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2006

This funding will be used by the Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$890,83409/30/2008
00147109-3Maine D.H.H.S.MAINE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2009

This funding will be used by the Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$919,10003/31/2010
00147110-2Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2010

This funding will be used by the State of Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$958,40503/31/2011
00147111-3Maine D.H.H.S.PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FY-2011

This funding will be used by the State of Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$955,45003/31/2012
00147113-3Maine D.H.H.S.MAINE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FFY2013

This funding will be used by the State of Maine Drinking Water program to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public health.
$920,00012/31/2013
00147114-3Maine D.H.H.S.ME PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION FFY2014

This funding will be used by the State of Maine Drinking Water program in the Department of Health and Human Services to assist public water systems in meeting the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which will provide consumers of water in the State with safe drinking water and will provide increased protection of public healt
$935,00012/31/2014
00147405-1Rhode Island D.O.H.IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT

This project will help protect public health and provide safe and clean drinking water in the State of Rhode Island.
$460,12409/30/2006
00147406-1Rhode Island D.O.H.IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

This project will help protect public health and provide safe and clean drinking water in the State of Rhode Island
$463,45609/30/2007
00147407-2Rhode Island D.O.H.IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF RHODE ISLAND'S PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISON PROGRAM.

This project will help protect public health and provide safe and clean drinking water in the State of Rhode Island
$463,36609/30/2008
00147408-2Rhode Island D.O.H.IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

Rhode Island Department of Health will continue to carry out the public water supply supervision program. The State will track compliance of public water suppliers, provide technical assistance to water suppliers as needed, adopt EPA regulations, implement and enforce these regulations.
$488,14409/30/2009
00147410-2Rhode Island D.O.H.RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISON PROGRAM

Rhode Island Department of Health will continue to carry out the public water supply supervision program. The State will track compliance of public water suppliers, provide technical assistance to water suppliers as needed, adopt EPA regulations, implement and enforce these regulations.
$493,49309/30/2011
00147411-3Rhode Island D.O.H.IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

Rhode Island Department of Health will continue to carry out the public water supply supervision program. The State will track compliance of public water suppliers, provide technical assistance to water suppliers as needed, adopt EPA regulations, implement and enforce these regulations.
$498,80009/30/2013
00147412-3Rhode Island D.O.H.SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT FY2012

Rhode Island Department of Health will continue to carry out the public water supervision program. The State will track compliance of public water suppliers, provide technical assistance to water suppliers as needed, adopt EPA regulations, implement and enforce these regulations.
$498,41009/30/2014
00147414-1Rhode Island D.O.H.SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT

Per your application request dated September 9, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $11,750 to the Rhode Island Department of Health. This grant will continue to carry out the public water supervision program. The State will track compliance of public water suppliers, provide technical assistance to water suppliers as needed, adopt EPA regulations, implement and enforce these regulations.
$496,00009/30/2014
00147806-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

The project will assure safe workplaces and communities by reducing harmful exposure to pesticides. This will be accomplished through education and outreach on the Environmental Protection Agency�s Worker Protection Standard; development of targeting strategies to assure worker protection activities are focused on the situations that pose the highest risk to pesticide workers and handlers; and maintenance of a pesticide applicator training and licensing program to assure that current competency standards and emerging regulatory issues are addressed. Additionally, this project will protect the State�s water resources by monitoring ground and surface waters for pesticide residues.
$118,89409/30/2006
00147807-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

The goal of this program is for the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources to train and certify commercial pesticide applicators and monitor any pesticide-related impacts on water quality and endangered species. The State will provide training to pesticide applicators, administer competency exams, issue state pesticide applicator licences, and analyze water samples for pesticide contamination.
$118,89409/30/2007
00147808-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

The goal of this program is for the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources to train and certifiy pesticide applicators and monitor associated pesticide impacts on water quality and endangered species. The Commonwealth will provide training to pesticide applicators, administer applicator competentcy examinations, issue/award Commonwealth pesticide credentials, evaluate pesticide applicator training sessions for awarding of educational contact units, and obtain and analyze water samples for possible pesticide impacts.
$122,28309/30/2008
00147809-0Massachusetts D.A.R.MASSACHUSETTS PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

The goal of this program is for the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources to train and certify pesticide applicators and monitor associated pesticide impacts on water quality and endangered species. The Commonwealth will provide training to pesticide applicators, administer applicator competency examinations, issue/award Commonwealth pesticide credentials, evaluate pesticide applicator training sessions for awarding of educational contact units, and obtain and analyze water samples for possible pesticide impacts.
$122,85709/30/2009
00147904-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.COMBINED PESTICIDE PROGRAM

To implement the state program for the certification of pesticide applicators and to implement the pesticide worker protection and groundwater protection programs
$175,25509/30/2004
00147905-1New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.WORKER PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION, GROUNDWATER PROTECTION, PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION

To implement the state programs for the certification of pesticide applicators, worker protection, and ground and surface water protection.
$184,76209/30/2005
00147906-0New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.WORKER PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION, GROUNDWATER PROTECTION, PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION

The project will assure safe workplaces and communities by reducing harmful exposure to pesticides. This will be accomplished through education and outreach on EPA�s Worker Protection Standard; development of targeting strategies to assure worker protection activities are focused on the situations that pose the highest risk to pesticide workers and handlers; and maintenance of a pesticide applicator training and licensing program to assure that current competency standards and emerging regulatory issues are addressed. Additionally, this project will protect the State�s water resources by monitoring ground and surface waters for pesticide residues.
$156,91009/30/2006
00147907-0New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.WORKER PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION, GROUNDWATER PROTECTION, PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION

The goal of this program is for the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food to train and certify commercial pesticide applicators and monitor any pesticide-related impacts on water quality and endangered species. The State will provide training to pesticide applicators, administer competency exams, issue state pesticide applicator licences, and analyze water samples for pesticide contamination.
$163,73609/30/2007
00147908-0New Hampshire D.O.A.M. & F.WORKER PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION, GROUNDWATER PROTECTION, PESTICIDE APPLICATOR CERTIFICATION

The goal of this program is for the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food train and certify commercial applicators and monitor and pesticide-related impacts on water quality and endangered species. The State will provide training to pesticide applicators, administer competency exams, issue state pesticide applicator licenses, and analyze water samples from pesticide contamination.
$164,18009/30/2008
00153101-GBrunswick Area Citizens for a Safe EnvironmentTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - NAS BRUNSWICK, ME

Brunswick Area Citizens for a Safe Environment (BACSE) will use funds to help the community affected by the Brunswick Naval Air Station Superfund Site to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by BACSE to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor's information will be shared with the rest of the community and will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$375,00012/31/2016
00160204-5Massachusetts Dept. of Fire ServicesUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

DFS will implement the approved UST Program in Massachusetts by maintaining the tank registration database, performing facility inspections, and enforcing the state-codified UST regulations.
-25% matching funds required by recipient.
$119,23109/30/2004
00160205-4Massachusetts Dept. of Fire ServicesUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM

DFS will implement the approved UST Program in Massachusetts by maintaining the tank registration database, performing facility inspections, and enforcing the state-codified UST regulations.
$124,92609/30/2005
00160206-4Massachusetts Dept. of Fire ServicesUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

The Department of Fire Services will implement the approved underground storage tank (UST) program in Massachusetts by maintaining the tank registration database, performing facility inspections, and enforcing the state-codified UST regulations. Additional funding will allow the MA DFS to meet the new requirements of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. This action includes $362,000 of additional funding above the base amount of $187,500 as well as the remainder of the base amount which is $150,798.
$987,00009/30/2009
00160207-2Massachusetts D.E.P.UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

This project will reduce petroleum releases to the environment by providing funding to the State of Massachusetts Department of Fire Services for inspections, release detection and prevention activities, and enforcement to implement the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Activities to be funded under this assistance agreement include conducting on-site compliance inspections at underground storage tank (UST) facilities, oversight and audit of the third party inspection progam, enforcement activities, ensuring the secondary containment and under dispenser spill containment regulations are being met, implementation of the delivery prohibition program, implementation and maintenance of the Public Record and associated databases, and development and implementation of the operator training program.
$555,00009/30/2010
00160208-2Massachusetts D.E.P.MASSDEP FY09 LUST PREVENTION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will reduce petroleum releases to the environment by providing assistance to the Massachusetst Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other release detection and release prevention activities to meet its responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Such activities include conducting inspections every three years; implementing delivery prohibition to noncompliant tanks; implementing secondary containment and under-dispenser containment requirements for certain new or replaced UST systems; providing a public record of federally-regulated UST prevention and corrective action activities; and for developing and implementing an operator training program.
$636,00009/30/2014
00160209-0Massachusetts D.E.P.MA DEP UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM GRANT-FY10

This project will reduce petroleum releases to the environment by providing funding to assist the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in undertaking a compliance assistance initiative that will involve: 1) field-verifying all underground storage tank (UST) facility and owner/operator information in the UST registration database, and 2) increasing owner/operator awareness of DEP's role in managing the UST Program and of newer regulatory requirements, including that of having third-party inspections conducted every three years. This initiative will complement the ongoing program development that DEP began when the UST program was transferred from the MA State Fire Marshal's Office on July 1, 2009.
$210,56402/28/2011
00160210-3Massachusetts D.E.P.MASSDEP FY10 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PREVENTION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This project will reduce petroleum releases to the environment by providing assistance to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other activities to meet its responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Such activities include conducting inspections every three years; implementing delivery prohibition to noncompliant tanks; implementing secondary containment and under-dispenser containment requirements for certain new or replaced UST systems; providing a public record of federally-regulated UST prevention and corrective action activities; and for developing and implementing an operator training program.
$575,00005/30/2015
00160211-3Massachusetts D.E.P.LUST PREVENTION GRANT FY11

Per your application request dated July 26, 2011, this cooperative agreement is being awarded by providing assistance to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other release detection and release prevention activities to meet it's responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$611,00005/30/2015
00160212-0Massachusetts D.E.P.MASSDEP LUST PREVENTION GRANT FY12

Per your application request dated August 27, 2012, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded to support the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Agency (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other release detection and release prevention activities to meet its responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct).
$479,00009/30/2013
00160213-0Massachusetts D.E.P.MASSDEP FY13 LUST PREVENTION GRANT

Per your application reqeust dated July 1, 2013, this cooperative agreement is being awarded incremental funding in the amount of $511,000 to support the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other release detection and release prevention activities to meet it's responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Such activities include ensuring each federally regulated UST facility has an on-site inspection once every three years; implementing delivery prohibition to noncompliant tanks; implementing secondary containment and under dispenser containment requirements for certain new or replacement UST systems; providing a public record of federally regulated UST prevention and corrective action activities; and for developing and implementing an operator training program. All Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$511,00012/31/2014
00160214-0Massachusetts D.E.P.FY 2014 LUST PREVENTION GRANT

Per your application request dated May 22, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $471,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) in conducting underground storage tank (UST) inspections, related enforcement, and other release detection and release prevention activities to meet it's responsibilities of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
$471,00012/31/2015
00160705-2Maine D.E.P.LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK TRUST COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR FY 2005 & 2006

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Maine for the fiscal years 2005 and 2006. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks (USTs) and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. The 2006 award is for core, core supplement.
$1,300,00003/31/2008
00160706-2Maine D.E.P.LUST TRUST COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR FY 2007 & 2008

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Maine for the fiscal years 2007 and 2008. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks (USTs) and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. The 2007 award is for core, core supplement. In addition, this supplemental increase to the original agreement will support levels of effort #2 and #3 with two extra levels of effort for funding levels #2 and #3 ($100,000 for each level of effort for a total of $200,000 supplemental award) to further assist Maine DEP in site clean up activities.
$1,500,00009/30/2009
00160707-2Maine D.E.P.LUST TRUST COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR FY 2009 & 2010

This project supports implementation of the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Maine for federal fiscal years 2009 and 2010. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous chemical releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This award is for FY10 Core & Core Supplement and one partial Extra Level of Effort.
$1,374,23103/31/2012
00160708-2Maine D.E.P.LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM FY11 & FY12

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Maine for fiscal years 2011 and 2012. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous chemical releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This award is for FY11 Core and Core Supplement, and partial funding of Extra Level of Effort #3.
$1,300,00003/31/2014
00160709-1Maine D.E.P.LUST TRUST CO-OP AGREEMENT FY13 & FY14

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Maine for fiscal years 2013 and 2014. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the assessment and remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites (or to take other authorized corrective action to protect human health and the environment from these releases). This award is the FY14 final allocation.
$1,187,14403/31/2015
00161101-4Vermont D.E.C.LUST TRUST PROGRAM GRANT

FY ' 01 & FY ' 02 Core and Core supplements
$1,300,00003/31/2006
00161102-5Vermont D.E.C.VT LUST TRUST FUND PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites.
$1,500,00003/31/2008
00161103-4Vermont D.E.C.LUST TRUST FUND PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT-FY06.

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont for fiscal years 2005 and 2006. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This amendment will fund Tier 2 Level of Effort special project, which will support the state's efforts to accelerate the rate of site closures.
$1,400,00003/31/2008
00161104-5Vermont D.E.C.LUST TRUST FUND PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT-FY07 AND FY08

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont for fiscal years 2007 and 2008. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This award funds Tier 3, a Level of Effort special project to promote closure of older LUST sites, where natural attenuation has been unsuccessful, by implementing the use of selected innovative technologies and evaluating their effectiveness in reducing the sites backlog.
$1,500,00003/31/2010
00161105-1Vermont D.E.C.LUST TRUST PROGRAM GRANT

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont for fiscal years 2009 and 2010. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This award funds FY09 Core and Core Supplement, and Tier 1, a Level of Effort special project to target older LUST sites where efforts will be made to accelerate the pace of cleanups completed.
$1,374,23103/31/2011
00161106-4Vermont D.E.C.FY 2011 VERMONT LUST TRUST FUND PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont for fiscal years 2011 and 2012. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks and in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites. This award partially funds FY11 Core and Core Supplement.
$1,366,00009/30/2013
00161107-1Vermont D.E.C.VERMONT FY2013 & 2014 LUST TRUST FUND PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project supports the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Program in Vermont for fiscal years 2013 and 2014. The purpose of the project is to assist the state in identifying sites contaminated by petroleum and hazardous substance releases from underground storage tanks, in overseeing the remediation of soils and groundwater at these sites, and in reducing the backlog of sites not yet cleaned up. This award partially funds FY13 Core Year 1.
$1,204,57203/31/2015
00161814-2Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Development of State Indoor Radon Capability.
$166,49206/30/2004
00161815-3Massachusetts D.P.H.INDOOR RADON CAPACITY

Development of State Indoor Radon Capability.
$194,94806/30/2005
00161816-2Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$219,15606/30/2006
00161817-1Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

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.
$154,70003/31/2008
00161818-0Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

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.
$159,33006/30/2008
00161819-0Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

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.
$139,00006/30/2009
00161820-2Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

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.
$155,00004/01/2011
00161821-2Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

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.
$213,00012/31/2011
00161822-1Massachusetts D.P.H.STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

Per your application request dated June 21, 2011, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to 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.
$155,00012/31/2012
00161823-2Massachusetts D.P.H.DEVELOPMENT OF STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

Per your application request dated June 9, 2012, this grant agreement is being awarded to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to reduce the human health threat posed by radon in the indoor environment.
$180,00012/31/2013
00161824-1Massachusetts D.P.H.DEVELOPMENT OF STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

Per your application request dated May 17, 2013, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $115,000 to provide support to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health under their Indoor Radon Program. The Project will reduce the human health threat posed by radon in the indoor environment. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions for this award have been implemented and are in full force and effect.
$115,00009/30/2014
00161825-0Massachusetts D.P.H.DEVELOPMENT OF STATE INDOOR RADON CAPABILITY

Per your application request dated April 4, 2104, this Grant Agreement is being awarded partial funding in the amount of $157,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health in support of 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.
$157,00006/30/2015
00161916-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM

Continued development, implementation and operation of the RI Radon Control Program for testing, mitigation, licensing & certification, public awareness,
outreach and maintenance of state Radon databases.
$135,00005/31/2006
00161917-1Rhode Island D.O.H.RHODE ISLAND RADON CONTROL PROGRAM

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.
$135,00005/31/2007
00161917-1Rhode Island D.O.H.RHODE ISLAND RADON CONTROL PROGRAM

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.
$135,00005/31/2007
00161918-1Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM FOR TESTING, MITIGATION, LICENSING & CERT.

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.
$135,00005/31/2008
00161919-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM FOR TESTING, MITIGATION, LICENSING & CERTIFICATION

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.
$135,00005/31/2009
00161920-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM FOR TESTING, MITIGATION, LICENSING & CERT.

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.
$135,00005/31/2010
00161921-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM FOR TESTING, MITIGATION, LICENSING & CERT.

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.
$135,00005/31/2011
00161922-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM

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.
$135,00005/31/2012
00161923-0Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM SUPPORT

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.
$135,00005/31/2013
00161924-1Rhode Island D.O.H.RI RADON CONTROL PROGRAM SUPPORT

Per your application dated December 28, 2012, this Grant Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $135,000 to support the Rhode Island Department of Public Health in reducing 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 also provide technical assistance for radon assessment and mitigation in school buildings. All Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award have been implemented and in full force and effect.
$135,00012/31/2014
00161925-0Rhode 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.
$135,00005/31/2015
00162014-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Per your application reqeust dated April 24, 2003, this grant is being awarded to support the Continued development of radon activities for assessment and mitigation of radon in Connecticut utilizing EPA priorities.
$197,49605/31/2004
00162016-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANTS

The Connecticut Radon Control Program under the Connecticut Department of Public Health (CT DPH) is funded by EPA under the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III (Radon Control and Abatement Act) through EPA State Indoor Radon Grants to reduce exposure of radon gas to occupants in homes, schools and office buildings. Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and is the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers in the US. The CT Radon Control Program reduces the risk of lung cancer from radon exposure through education, providing technical assistance, promoting EPA guidance on radon, incorporating radon risk reduction into other environmental health initiatives and offering consultation to the public during real estate transfers when radon is an issue.
$199,63705/31/2006
00162017-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Per your application reqeust dated July 7, 2006, this grant agreement is being awarded to support 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.
$154,70005/31/2007
00162018-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$225,00005/31/2009
00162019-0Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$155,00005/31/2009
00162020-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Per your application request dated March 3, 2009, this grant agreement is being awarded to provide funds to this project that will reduce the human health threat posed by radon in the indoor environment. The project will assess and mitigate radon in the indoor environment andl 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.
$170,00011/30/2010
00162021-2Connecticut Department of Public HealthSTATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$244,24705/31/2011
00162022-0Connecticut Department of Public HealthCONTINUED DEV AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CT RADON REDUCTION PROGRAMS

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.
$257,49505/31/2012
00162023-0Connecticut 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.
$185,67105/31/2013
00162024-1Connecticut Department of Public HealthCONNECTICUT 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.
$194,75911/30/2014
00162025-0Connecticut 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.
$194,00005/31/2015
00162114-2Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT (SIRG)

Excerpts from Application: "...The Vermont Department of Health has been designated by the Governor as the lead agency for radon programs in Vermont. The Division of Health Protection is the specific division within the Department reponsible for implementing programs activities.

In April 1999, the Radon Program was transferred from the Occupational and Radiological Health Program into the Environmental Health Program. This change was part of a larger divisional reorganization with the goal of better utilitizing staff resources to accomplish division goals and objectives..."
$108,12306/30/2004
00162115-2Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Excerpts from Application: "...The Vermont Department of Health has been designated by the Governor as the lead agency for radon programs in Vermont. The Division of Health Protection is the specific division within the Department reponsible for implementing programs activities.
In April 1999, the Radon Program was transferred from the Occupational and Radiological Health Program into the Environmental Health Program. This change was part of a larger divisional reorganization with the goal of better utilitizing staff resources to accomplish division goals and objectives..."
$88,47106/30/2005
00162116-2Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$99,71406/30/2006
00162117-1Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$100,00006/30/2007
00162118-1Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$100,00006/30/2008
00162119-0Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$94,00006/30/2009
00162120-0Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$100,91406/30/2010
00162121-1Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$109,13606/30/2011
00162122-0Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$131,43006/30/2012
00162123-2Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

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.
$135,30206/30/2014
00162124-0Vermont D.O.H.VT STATE INDOOR AIR RADON GRANT

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.
$130,00006/30/2014
00162125-0Vermont D.O.H.VT STATE INDOOR AIR RADON GRANT

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.
$130,00006/30/2015
00162214-2Maine D.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Continued development and implementation of a program for the assessment and mitigation of radon.
$154,76006/30/2004
00162215-3Maine D.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

Continued development and implementation of a program for the assessment and mitigation of radon.
$156,09406/30/2005
00162216-2Maine D.H.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$219,15606/30/2007
00162217-1Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

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.
$154,70006/30/2007
00162218-1Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

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.
$180,00006/30/2008
00162219-0Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

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.
$155,00006/30/2009
00162220-0Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

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.
$189,19406/30/2010
00162221-4Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROGRAM FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION OF RADON.

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.
$323,98906/30/2012
00162222-1Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED RADON ASSESSMENT & MITIGATION PROGRAM

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.
$190,85006/30/2013
00162223-2Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLE. RADON PROGRAM - ME

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.
$232,96606/30/2014
00162224-1Maine D.H.H.S.CONTINUED DEVELLOPMENT AND IMPLE. RADON PROGRAM - ME

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.
$113,24112/30/2014
00162225-0Maine D.H.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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. Initial Award.
$115,00006/30/2015
00162314-1New Hampshire D.H.H.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT

Radon Assessment and Mitigation Program
$88,65406/30/2004
00162315-1New Hampshire D.E.S.RADON ASSESSMENT & MITIGATION PRGM

Radon Assessment and Mitigation Program
$55,09606/30/2005
00162316-2New Hampshire D.E.S.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

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.
$88,95106/30/2006
00162317-1New Hampshire D.E.S.RADON EDUCATION, ASSESSMENT, TESTING, & MITIGATION PROGRAM

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.
$110,96906/30/2007
00162318-0New Hampshire D.E.S.RADON EDUCATION, ASSESSMENT, TESTING, & MITIGATION PROGRAM

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.
$120,00006/30/2008
00162319-1New Hampshire D.E.S.RADON EDUCATION, ASSESSMENT, TESTING, & MITIGATION PROGRAM

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.
$94,26806/30/2009
00162321-1New Hampshire D.E.S.RADON EDUCATION, ASSESSMENT, TESTING, & MITIGATION PROGRAM

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.
$50,16206/30/2011
00172808-3Vermont D.E.C.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$853,54509/30/2005
00172809-2Vermont D.E.C.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Core Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$261,95409/30/2007
00172810-2Vermont D.E.C.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$387,96609/30/2009
00172811-0Vermont D.E.C.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$193,98309/30/2010
00172812-0Vermont D.E.C.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$224,68509/30/2011
00172813-0Vermont D.E.C.FY 2012 VERMONT SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$204,43409/30/2012
00172814-0Vermont D.E.C.FY 2013 VERMONT SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VT DEC) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$203,80509/30/2013
00172815-0Vermont D.E.C.FY 2014 VERMONT SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VT DEC) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$150,96709/30/2014
00172816-0Vermont D.E.C.FY 2015 VERMONT SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VT DEC) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$130,00009/30/2015
00173016-2Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$193,81008/31/2004
00173017-1Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Superfund Core (non-site-specific) activities are being funded under this cooperative agreement.
$192,05008/31/2005
00173018-1Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Core Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to RI DEM to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$182,91708/31/2006
00173019-0Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Core Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$214,00008/31/2007
00173020-0Rhode Island D.E.M.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$214,00008/31/2008
00173021-0Rhode Island D.E.M.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$214,00008/31/2009
00173022-0Rhode Island D.E.M.RHODE ISLAND SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$209,94108/31/2010
00173023-0Rhode Island D.E.M.SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$208,22408/31/2011
00173024-0Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM CO-OP AGREEMENT FOR CERCLA SUPPORT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$170,27408/30/2012
00173025-0Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CERCLA

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liablity Act (CERCLA) program.
$166,17308/31/2013
00173026-0Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CERCLA

Per your application request dated July 9, 2013, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funding in the amount of $158,556 to support the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RI DEM) ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act program. All Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions of this award remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$158,55609/01/2014
00173027-0Rhode Island D.E.M.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR CERCLA

Per your application request dated Jun 9, 2014, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded funds in the amount of $146,790 to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management for their Superfunds CORE Program. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) program. Administrative and Programmatic terms and conditions for this award have been implemented.
$146,79008/31/2015
00173106-5Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement
$187,10312/31/1996
00173111-4Maine D.E.P.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$709,23112/31/2005
00173112-2Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and LiabilityAct (CERCLA) program.
$520,00007/01/2008
00173113-0Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$220,00007/01/2009
00173114-0Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$220,00006/30/2010
00173115-0Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$220,00006/30/2011
00173116-1Maine D.E.P.FUNDING SUPPORT FOR STATE PARTICIPATION IN SUPERFUND

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$219,96207/31/2012
00173117-0Maine D.E.P.ME DEP/SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$220,00006/30/2013
00173118-0Maine D.E.P.ME DEP/SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$165,00006/30/2014
00173119-0Maine D.E.P.ME DEP/ SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to support non site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$165,00006/30/2015
00173315-1New Hampshire D.E.S.CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$316,80908/31/2004
00173316-1New Hampshire D.E.S.CORE PROGRAM

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$293,58208/31/2005
00173317-0New Hampshire D.E.S.CORE PROGRAM

The Core Cooperative Agreement will provide funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2006
00173318-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2007
00173319-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2008
00173320-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2009
00173321-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2010
00173322-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2011
00173323-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2012
00173324-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$306,00008/31/2013
00173325-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmnetal Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$200,00008/31/2014
00173326-0New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Program.
$200,00008/31/2015
00173514-1Connecticut D.E.P.CT DEP:CORE/VCP

This agreement provides funding for Core and Voluntary Cleanup Program
$383,86009/30/2003
00173516-1Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Speclfic) activities.
$234,00009/30/2006
00173517-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND STATE CORE

Per your application request dated July 1, 2005, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded to provide funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection to support non-site-specific activities. The purpose is to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2006
00173518-1Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND STATE CORE

Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2007
00173519-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Per your application request dated April 30, 2007, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement. It will provide non-site-specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2008
00173520-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

Per your application request dated April 29, 2008, this grant is being awarded to support the Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement and provided non-site-specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2009
00173521-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

Per your application request dated May 29, 2009, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to provide funds for the Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2010
00173522-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

Per your application request dated May 24, 2010, this Cooperative Agreement is being awarded to provide funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection Superfund State Core Program in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2011
00173523-0Connecticut D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site-specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2012
00173524-0Connecticut DEEPSUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$234,00009/30/2013
00173525-0Connecticut DEEPSUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$175,50009/30/2014
00173526-0Connecticut DEEPSUPERFUND STATE CORE PROGRAM

The Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement provides non-site specific funding to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) in order to conduct activities that are not directly assignable to specific sites, but are intended to support a State's ability to participate in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) program.
$175,50009/30/2015
00173801-4Hope's Comm. for a Clean EnvironmentTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AT THE UNION CHEMICAL SITE

This assistance extends the duration period based on your request dated June 25, 2001. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$37,34603/20/2003
00178000-2Connecticut D.E.P.FY2000 319 CATEGORICAL GRANT PROJECTS

FY2000 319 Categorical Grant Projects
$1,270,75912/31/2007
00178001-4Connecticut D.E.P.FY2001 319 CATEGORICAL GRANT PROJECTS

FY2001 319 Categorical Grant Projects
$1,763,37112/31/2007
00178002-3Connecticut D.E.P.FY02 SECTION 319 CATEGORICAL GRANT PROJECTS

FY 2002 319 Categorical Grant Projects
$1,573,71512/31/2008
00178003-2Connecticut D.E.P.FY2003 , CWA SECTION 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

State 319 programs which fund projects to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution, through various types of restoration, management, outreach and education, research, assessment, and monitoring activities.
$1,585,56812/31/2009
00178004-1Connecticut D.E.P.FY2004 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your application request dated April 16, 2004, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the CT State 319 programs which fund projects to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution through various types of restoration, management, outreach and education, research, assessment, and monitoring activities.
$1,526,76705/31/2010
00178005-0Connecticut D.E.P.CONNECTICUT FY2005 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your appliction request dated July 7, 2005, this cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and nongovernmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$1,233,84709/30/2010
00178006-1Connecticut D.E.P.CONNECTICUT FY2005 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your application request dated May 17, 2006, This cooperative agreement is being awarded to support the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and nongovernmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$1,121,38309/30/2012
00178007-0Connecticut D.E.P.NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM FOR THE FY 07 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your application request dated June 26, 2007, this grant is being awarded to provide funds to support the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and eructation, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their adopted water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$1,071,58210/15/2012
00178008-0Connecticut D.E.P.FY2008 CWA SEC. 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your application request dated June 18, 2008, this cooperative agreement is to support the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and nongovernmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$1,074,50309/30/2013
00178009-0Connecticut D.E.P.FY2009 319 CATEGORICAL GRANTS PROJECTS

Per your application request dated June 30, 2009, this cooperative agreement is to support the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program. This project will fund a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$1,080,10109/30/2014
00178011-0Connecticut DEEPFY2011 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$935,58909/30/2016
00178012-0Connecticut DEEPFY12 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$966,48909/30/2017
00178013-0Connecticut DEEPFY13 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$926,48909/30/2018
00178014-0Connecticut DEEPFY13 319H NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The project supports the State of Connecticut's Nonpoint Source Pollution Program, to fund projects from a range of governmental and non-governmental organizations to reduce sources of nonpoint, or diffuse, water pollution in the State's polluted water bodies, through various types of restoration, management, watershed planning, monitoring, assessment, outreach and education, and research projects. The ultimate aim of these projects is to have the State's water bodies meeting their water quality standards, and be safe for fishing and swimming.
$935,93609/30/2019
00178099-3Connecticut D.E.P.STATE OF CT NON POINT SOURCE PROJECTS FOR FY99

This amendment numbered 1 extends the project and budget period per your application of 12/29/00.
$1,276,75912/31/2007
00192001-BRI Res. Conservation and Dev. Council Inc.DAVISVILLE, NAVAL CONSTRUCTION BATTALION CENTER AT QUONSET/DAVISVILLE, RHODE ISLAND.

Technical Assistance Grant at the Davisville, Naval Construction Battalion Center at Quonset/Davisville, Rhode Island.
$140,74609/30/2006
00198001-7Earth Watch CoalitionTAG - IRON HORSE PARK

Technical Assistance Grant - Iron Horse Park
$97,04812/31/2004
00198101-CPeople of Ayer Concerned About the EnvironmentTAG AT FORT DEVENS

People of Ayer Concerned About the Environment (PACE) will use funds to help the community affected by the Ft. Devens Military Reservation Superfund Site to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to hazardous waste site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by PACE to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. The technical advisor's information will be shared with the rest of the community and will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$263,90009/30/2016
00199102-8New England Interstate WPCCNEIWPCC FY02 CONSOLIDATED GRANT

This is a consolidated water program grant for the FY2002 budget period. The following programs will be included in the consolidated grant: CWA sec. 106 water pollution control [surface & ground water], sec. 104(b)(3) water quality, sec. 104(b)(3) wetlands; SDWA sec. 1442 public water system supervision.
$3,112,02009/30/2008
00199103-5New England Interstate WPCCFY'03 CONSOLIDATED WATER GRANT

This cooperative agreement is a consolidated water program grant for the fy2003 budget period. The following programs are included in the consolidated grant: CWA sec. 106 water pollution control, CWA sec. 104(b)(3) water quality, CWA sec. 104(b)(3) wetlands, and SDWA sec. 1442 drinking water.
There is a level of effort requirement for the sec. 106 program and a 25% match requirement for the sec. 104(b)(3) wetlands program. The applicant has met these requirements.
This amendment revises the scope of work and increases funding and extends the period of availability of funds.
$1,443,54509/30/2008
00199104-8New England Interstate WPCCCONSOLIDATED WATER PROGRAM SUPPORT

NEIWPCC will continue support for the youth and environment program by offering summer employment with academic training and hands-on experience in the environmental field for underprivileged high school students at 2 sites in New England.
$1,777,11909/30/2010
00199105-5New England Interstate WPCCENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CONSOLIDATED GRANTS PROGRAM SUPPORT

NEIWPCC will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, drinking water technical assistance and coordination activities, special studies, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states.
$1,698,61309/30/2009
00199106-4New England Interstate WPCCFISCAL YEAR 2006 CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM GRANT.

This grant will provide support to the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC). NEIWPCC will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, special studies, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states.
$1,522,51109/30/2010
00199107-2New England Interstate WPCCFY07 SECTION 106 OF THE CWA GRANT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,305,20009/30/2010
00199108-1New England Interstate WPCCFY07 SECTION 106 OF THE CWA GRANT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,231,90009/30/2011
00199109-2New England Interstate WPCCFY09 SECTION 106 OF THE CWA GRANT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,100,10009/30/2011
00199110-3New England Interstate WPCCFY10 SECTION 106 OF THE CWA GRANT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,411,20009/30/2013
00199111-3New England Interstate WPCCSECTION 106 OF THE CWA GRANT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,371,50009/30/2014
00199112-3New England Interstate WPCCCWA SECTION 106 GRANT - PROGRAM SUPPORT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,384,70009/30/2015
00199113-1New England Interstate WPCCCWA SECTION 106 GRANT - PROGRAM SUPPORT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,323,00009/30/2015
00199114-2New England Interstate WPCCCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) will carry out water pollution control and coordination activities, training, and regional initiatives of interest to constituent NEIWPCC states. NEIWPCC's role is to integrate the states' individual efforts to improve and maintain water quality in the Northeast.
$1,308,00009/30/2016
00199701-FNew Hampshire D.E.S.KEARSARGE METALLURGICAL CORPORATION SUPERFND SITE, CONWAY, NH

The scope of work includes continued Long Term Remdedial Action including optimiztion of the pump and treat system, source remeoval and maintenance of the operations in preparing for turnover to the state. A five year review wil also be accomplishedl
$3,619,69612/31/2005
00204805-1County of MiddlesexAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Middlesex County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections; and, receive and address citizen complaints.
$108,97606/30/2005
00204806-0County of MiddlesexAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Middlesex County, New Jersey. These programs include: conducting various source inspections; and receiving and addressing citizen complaints about the environment and about air pollution sources.
$108,97606/30/2006
00205805-1Hudson Regional Health CommissionFY-05 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Hudson County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections under the direction of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, receive and respond to citizen complaints about sources.
$96,29206/30/2005
00205806-0Hudson Regional Health CommissionAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Hudson County, New Jersey. These programs include: conducting various source inspections; and receiving and addressing citizen complaints about the environment and about air pollution sources.
$96,29206/30/2006
00206905-1Essex Regional Health CommissionESSEX FY-05 CAA-105

The recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Essex County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections under the direction of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, receive and respond to citizen complaints about sources, etc.
$69,42806/30/2005
00206906-0Essex Regional Health CommissionAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM - FY 06

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Essex County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections under the direction of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, receive and respond to citizen complaints about air pollution sources.
$69,42806/30/2006
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