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00243582NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationPOLLUTION ABATEMENT SERVICES

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation and the development of cleanup alternatives for the Pollution Abatement Services Superfund site, as well as post-construction long-term monitoring. This includes the oversight of investigative, remediation, and monitoring work being performed by the responsible parties� contractor, reviewing information collected by the contractor, reviewing documents prepared by the contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$6,587,36703/08/198203/31/2009
00725001Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesELLISVILLE SITE-BLISS, ROSALEE AND CALLAHAN

Superfund Site Activities - Ground water monitoring.
$328,27404/01/198203/31/2008
00244082New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionPRICE LANDFILL SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation, development of cleanup alternatives, and cleanup of the Price Landfill Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by, that contractor, and attending site-related meetings.
$6,139,72206/18/198212/31/2000
00644801Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityREMEDIAL ACTION COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR OLD INGER SUPERFUND SITE

Superfund RACooperative Agreement for Hazardous Waste Site Remedial Action at Old Inger Abandonded Superfund Site.
$15,131,64710/15/198206/30/2007
00578801Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY - REILLY TAR

This amedment approves a budget & project period extension through September 30, 2004, to MPCA to continue Management Assistance oversight activities at the Superfund Reilly Tar site. This will be the last budget & project period extension. If any additional time is needed, an -02 cooperative agreement will be needed.
$1,979,20112/15/198209/30/2006
00247083New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionSYNCON RESINS SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Syncon Resins Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of cleanup work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$22,027,77912/20/198209/30/2009
00247583NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationOLEAN WELLFIELD SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Olean Wellfield Superfund site. This agreement initially funded the recipient to clean up the Olean Wellfield Superfund site, and currently funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties potentially responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$1,122,43501/01/198312/31/2008
00243083Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY PROGRAM

This project conducts site discoveries, investigations, and assessments utilizing the Hazard Ranking System on sites suspected to pose a threat to the community and/or the environement. These sites could be included on the National Priority List if the USEPA decides that further remedial activities are necessary to address any environmental problems at the site.
$4,642,98109/15/198309/30/2002
72000021Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT 604(B)

The award is for a continuing program grant to support the CWA Section 205(j)/604(b) Water Quality Management Planning Program, as mandated by the statute. This agreement will help PREQB to carryout water quality management activities to maintain water quality standards. It will also help determine the nature, extent, and causes of water quality problems within the Island. The workplan water quality management planning activities are consistent with the CWA 205(j)/604(b).
$5,110,27710/01/198312/31/2006
00255084New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionBURNT FLY BOG

A Cooperative Agreement for State-lead remedial activities (i.e., Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, Remedial Design, and Remedial Action) at the Burnt Fly Bog Superfund site.
$50,984,35012/07/198309/30/2010
00251584New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionIMPERIAL OIL COMPANY SITE

This agreement funds the recipients investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the Imperial Oil Co./Champion Chemicals Superfund Site; design of the cleanup actions necessary for off-site soil and sediment contamination (Operable Unit One), groundwater contamination (Operable Unit Two) and on-site soil contamination (Operable Unit Three); and implementation of the Operable Unit One cleanup action.
$15,723,53512/30/198309/30/2010
00255584New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionCOMBE FILL SOUTH SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation, development of clean-up alternatives and clean up of the Combe Fill South Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by that contractor and attending site-related meetings.
$62,007,33612/30/198312/31/2013
00578301Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyLASALLE ELECTRICAL UTILITIES COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Correction to reflect budget realignment changes between RA Phase II and the Groundwater remediation in the Summary budget
$51,687,34001/13/198403/31/2005
00249083NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationKENTUCKY AVENUE WELLFIELD SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Kentucky Avenue Wellfield Superfund site. This agreement initially funded the recipient to clean up the Kentucky Avenue Wellfield Superfund site, and currently funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties potentially responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$936,64101/18/198409/30/2001
00258084NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationWIDE BEACH DEVELOPMENT SITE

Wide Beach Development Site
$588,59801/18/198409/30/2003
00260084New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDELILAH ROAD SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the Delilah Road Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of the investigation being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,025,48203/30/198412/31/2000
00250584New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionWILLIAMS PROPERTY SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation, development of cleanup alternatives and clean up of the Williams Property Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by, that contractor and attending site-related meetings.
$8,566,96304/30/198409/30/2007
00253584New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionELLIS PROPERTY

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation, development of clean-up alternatives and clean up of the Ellis Property Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by that contractor and attending site-related meetings.
$12,461,77510/01/198412/31/2013
00243784NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New York. This includes the oversight of study and design work being done by the parties responsible for the contamination. The oversight includes reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings.
$2,049,11612/31/198409/30/2008
00584401Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - PRE-REMEDIAL

Funding being provided to MDEQ for Fiscal Year 2003 for the Pre-Remedial, Project Management, and Brownfield Assessment programs. This will be the last budget & project period extension request, if additional time is needed an -02 phase will be started.
$7,461,26404/01/198509/30/2004
00843001MT Department of Environmental QualitySTATE OF MONTANA MULTI SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Support agency assistance for the NPL sites in Montana.
$11,315,10804/01/198506/30/2006
00646301Louisiana Department of Environmental QualityMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Management Assistance, Pre-Remedial Activities, Brownfields VCP and TBA activities which fall under Goal 3, Objective 2, Sub-Objective 2 of the Regional Strategic Plan. This decrease is for VCP only.
$3,597,85404/01/198509/30/2007
00584901Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - PA/SI/BROWNFIELDS

This amendment provides additional funding to Indiana DEM for the Brownfields Superfund Program activities for Fiscal Year 2003
$13,839,40906/01/198512/31/2004
00263085New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionAO POLYMER

A.O. Polymer Corp. Site-This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the A.O. Polymer Corp. Superfund Site. This includes the oversight of the investigation, remedial design and remedial action activites being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,195,66610/01/198512/31/1998
00263585New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionALBERT STEEL DRUM SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation and the development of cleanup alternatives for the Albert Steel Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations and work being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing the information collected by, or documents prepared by, that contractor, and attending site-related meetings.
$676,15510/01/198512/31/1999
00264086New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionGEMS LANDFILL SITE

This Cooperative Agreement with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection provides funding to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for the initial phase of a remedial action and the design of the long term remedial action.
$1,771,12204/21/198612/31/2001
00249886New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionDENZER & SCHAFER X-RAY COMPANY SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the investigation of the nature and extent of contamination at the Denzer & Schafer X-Ray Company Superfund Site in New Jersey. This includes the investigation being performed by the contractor retained by the recipient, reviewing information collected by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and attending site-related meetings.
$1,282,37406/01/198612/31/2000
00846401SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSD PA SI

This amendment provides funding for the South Dakota DENR to screen sites for Discovery, conduct Preliminary Assessments and provide technical assistance to EPA's Site Assessment Office.
$156,87604/01/198709/28/2007
00595001Michigan Department of Natural ResourcesMICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - WASH-KING SITE

The purpose of this amendment is to fund the State Of Michigan $64,284 for activities needed to complete the Long Term Remedial Action (LTRA) at the Washking Site activities include replacement of a failed extraction well to restore the control of migrating contaminated groundwater and a security fence around the treated groundwater discharge lagoons to secure access to remedial system components, laboratory analytical fees and all associated management costs.
$5,531,95706/15/198704/17/2012
00264387NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationMULTI-SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing and overseeing the investigation and clean up of the American Thermostat, Byron Barrel & Drum, Facet Enterprises, Katonah Well, Kenmark Textile, Niagara County Refuse, Pasley Solvents & Chemicals, Port Washington Landfill, Preferred Plating, Ramapo Landfill, Sarney Property, Solvent Savers, SMS Instruments, and Tronic Plating Superfund sites. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by EPA and responsible parties� contractors, reviewing documents prepared by the contractors and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$1,395,10607/01/198709/30/2007
00235587NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFY-87-03 LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TRUST PROGRAM

To assist the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in managing the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks in order to protect the groundwater of New York State.
$48,163,05108/01/198709/30/2009
00340201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - MULTI-SITE

Funds will be used to provide support agency assistance of the Saunders Supply, Culpeper Wood, Buckingham (Love's Container), C&R Battery, and H&H Inc. sites during Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study activities.
$413,59910/01/198712/31/2011
00852701MT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

CERCLA implementation support for the State of Montana.
$3,514,02404/01/198806/30/2004
00264687NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC CORE PROGRAM 2004 INCREASE

This project provides Core Grant funding to the State of New York to conduct activities that are not assignable to specific sites, but will support the recipient's site-specific response program under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. Activities include standby contractor procurement, review of cleanup technologies, development of soil clean up objectives, cost recovery, records management, training, computer technology development, and program management.
$8,373,80404/01/198809/30/2006
00644901OK Dept of Env QualityTAR CREEK AFTER MONITORING

Tar Creek After Monitoring
$6,661,19704/01/198809/30/2008
00853401CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentCENTRAL CITY/CLEER CREEK

To continue to support the Central City/ Clear Creek OU3 Superfund site.
$5,974,53106/15/198809/30/2008
00264988NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationHOOKER/RUCO SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing and overseeing the development of the engineering design plans and specifications and the construction of the the cleanup remedy for the Dupont Necco Park Superfund Site. This includes the review of investigations being done by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), potentially responsible parties (PRPs) or those contractors retained by either EPA or the PRPs, reviewing the information collected by, and documents prepared by, these contractors or the EPA, attending site-related meetings and conducting on-site inspections.
$171,50006/30/198812/31/2007
00264587New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP CORE

This project provides Core Grant funding to the State of New Jersey to conduct activities that are not assignable to specific sites, but will support the recipient's site-specific response progrm under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. Activities include program management and supervision; cooperative agreement and contract administration; fiscal and contract management activity; legal assistance, including cost recovery and litigation activities; and administrative and general clerical/technical support.
$8,121,26108/01/198809/30/2010
00266188New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionMULTI-SITE ENFORCEMENT SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of study and design work being done by the parties responsible for the contamination. The oversight includes reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings.
$934,43210/01/198809/30/1998
00265788NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCLAREMONT POLYCHEMICAL SITE

The Cooperative Agreement is decreased by $16,015, from $116,000 to $99,985, for the following support agency assistance (SAA) activities: RI/FS SAA is decreased by $14,778 from $40,400 to $25,622; and, RA SAA for Operable Unit No. 2 is decreased by $1,237 from $3,600 to $2,363. This is in accordance with the final Financial Status Report dated September 19, 2001.
$99,98510/01/198812/31/2000
00265388NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationBATAVIA LANDFILL SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Batavia Landfill Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$188,25010/01/198812/31/2004
00266288NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC - GENZALE PLATING CO. SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipeint in reviewing and overseeing the implementation of the groundwater remedy for the Genzale Plating Co. site. This includes the oversight of the remedy and its associated activities, being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), reviewing the information collected by EPA, reviewing documents prepared by EPA and attending site-related meetings.
$91,94410/01/198804/30/2006
00266088NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationGENERAL MOTORS SUPERFUND SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the General Motors Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the PRPs' contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$307,79410/01/198812/31/2007
00265688NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE RELATED TO THE RICHARDSON HILL ROAD SITE

The activities performed by another entity to support site-related EPA response action is support agency assistance. The support agency reviews response data and documents, attends site-related meetings, and provides other site-related assistance to EPA. Support agency assistance ensures meaningful and substantial support agency involvement in site-related response activities. This project provides NYSDEC support agency assistance related to potentially responsible party-performed remedial action activities at the Richardson Hill Road Superfund site.
$155,62010/01/198809/30/2008
00265988NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationROBINTECH, INC./NATIONAL PIPE COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Robintech, Inc./National Pipe Company Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor, and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$159,00010/01/198809/30/2010
00646702Navajo NationPREWITT OIL AND UNC URANIUM MILL SITES

To provide funding for Navajo continued involvement in response activities as well as in the form of management assistance, for the Prewitt Abandoned Refinery Site, Prewitt, NM, and the United Nuclear Corporation (UNC) Uranium Mill Site, Church Rock, NM.
$360,00011/01/198804/30/2006
00656801OK Dept of Env QualityOKLAHOMA REFINING COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE

Oklahoma Refining Company Superfund Site
$19,219,33811/14/198809/30/2008
00343201DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - DE CITY PVC (RD OU1&2 & RA OU1&2) HARVEY KNOTT (RD OU1)

Funds will be used for the support agency activities of the State agency for the Delaware City Polyvinyl Chloride (Remedial Design and Remedial Action Operable Units One and Two) and Harvey Knott (Remedial Design Operable Unit One) sites.
$246,28701/01/198903/31/2009
00857601SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSD - GILT EDGE

State oversight, technical assistance, cotract management and project support of the site specific Superfund activies ongoing in South Dakota.
$1,165,94302/28/198906/30/2007
00344301VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - ABEX CORPORATION (RI/FS, RD/RA NEG, RDOU1, & RI/FS OU2)

Funds will enable the recipient to provide support agency remedial investigation/feasibility study, remedial design/remedial action negotiations, and remedial design activities at the Abex Corporation hazardous waste site.
$226,58404/04/198912/31/2011
00266989NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCIRCUITRON CORPORATION SITE

A Cooperative Agreement for the State of New York to clean up the Circuitron Corporation Site Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties potentially responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$50,93304/30/198912/31/2002
00264788New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionMULTI-SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up and the oversight of clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of study and design work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency, including reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings
$2,323,05010/01/198909/30/1998
00348801VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - GREENWOOD CHEMICAL (RI/FS OU4, RI/FS OU2, & RD OU2)

Funds will be used to provide technical input, administrative support, site visits, and information about state environmental policies, during the remedial investigation/feasibility study and remedial design phases of this project.
$97,02910/01/198912/31/2005
00348901VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - CHISMAN CREEK (RA OU1 AND OU2)

Funds will be used for the State of Virginia to participate in the oversight activities during the remedial action at the Chisman Creek site for Operable Units One and Two.
$36,91810/01/198912/31/2015
00657301OK Dept of Env QualitySUPERFUND MULTI PROJECT II - GROUNDWATER DOUBLE EAGLE AND FOURTH STREET

The purpose of this amendment is to revise the scope of work and extend the budget/project period allowing the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) to continue land remediation at the Double Eagle and Fourth Street Sites in Oklahoma.

The budget/project period is extended though July 31, 2008.
$728,29001/01/199007/31/2008
00173801Hope'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.
$37,34603/21/199003/20/2003
97124201Town of St. JohnsburyST. JOHNSBURY WASTEWATER AND COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW PROJECT

Construction activities related to the combined sewer overflow sewer separation project along Cliff and Central Street and the Hastings Hill area and to rehabilitate the onsite wastewater treatment disposal systems of eleven properties in East St. Johnsbury. (Mailing Date Waiver approved 6/17/2005)
$970,00007/01/199007/01/2008
00349301DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - ARMY CREEK (LONG TERM RA)

The funds will be used for support agency activities of the State agency during the long term remedial action phase of the Army Creek site.
$42,93108/14/199006/30/2006
00486801AL Dept of Environmental ManagementCERCLA, SUPERFUND (SUPPORT AGENCY)

This action approves a TIME EXTENSION of the budget and project periods from 9/30/03 to 9/30/04.
$974,41710/01/199009/30/2004
00290590Saint Regis Mohawk TribeST. REGIS MOHAWK TRIBE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement provides ongoing funding to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
to conduct activities that are not assignable to specific sites, but will support the recipient's site-specific response program.
$1,685,79110/01/199012/31/2007
00291690NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationROSEN BROTHERS SCRAP YARD/DUMP SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Rosen Brothers Scrap Yard/Dump Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the PRPs' contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$81,50010/01/199006/30/2009
99510201Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - BETTER BRITE SUPERFUND SITE

Requested funding for the Superfund Program to fund Wisconsin's State Lead Long Term Remedial Action activities at the Better Brite site; Also this amendment approves a Time Extension request through June 30, 2006
$2,910,81910/01/199006/30/2010
00153101Brunswick 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.
$375,00001/01/199112/31/2016
00869901CFR Technical Assistance CommitteeSUPERFUND TECHNICLA ASSISTANCE GRANT

This award provides funds to the Clark Fork River Technical Assistance Committee (CFRTAC), enabling the organization to obtain and provide technical assistance to the communities affected by cleanup activies at the Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork Superfund Site.
$975,00001/31/199109/30/2015
00357201MD Dept of the EnvironmentSACA - BUSH VALLEY LANDFILL (RI/FS, RD/RA NEG, RD, AND RA OU1)

Funds will be used to support the State's participation in providing technical and administrative support during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, Remedial Design, Remedial Design/Remedial Action Negotiations, and Remedial Action Operable Unit One activities at the Bush Valley site.
$201,52602/05/199103/31/2006
00356901DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - KOPPERS (RI/FS OU1)

This amendment extends the budget and project periods to March 31, 2006, and updates award conditions which continues Koppers (Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Operable Unit One) activities. Activities include: reviewing drafts of the feasibility study, participating in meetings, and coordinating with the Delaware Department of Transportation concerning future use of the site.
$180,22602/07/199103/31/2006
00358401VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - SALTVILLE WASTE DISPOSAL

Funds will be used to assist the State's participation in providing technical and administrative support at the Saltville Waste Disposal site during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study and Remedial Design/Remedial Action Negotiations phases.
$132,14908/01/199112/31/2011
00293391Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardBARCELONETA LANDFILL SITE

The activities performed by another entity to support site-related EPA response action is support agency assistance. The support agency reviews response data and documents, attends site-related meetings, and provides other site-related assistance to EPA. Support agency assistance ensures meaningful and substantial support agency involvement in site-related response activities.
$115,21009/01/199103/31/2002
00293591Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardVEGA ALTA SITE/OPERABLE UNIT 1 - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of Operable Unit No. 1 of the Vega Alta Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency and/or by the parties responsible for the contamination, or by their respective contractors, reviewing information collected by these entities and documents prepared by these entities, and attending site-related meetings.
$141,28709/01/199109/30/2003
00294991Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardVEGA ALTA SITE OPERABLE UNIT NO. 2 - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of Operable Unit No. 2 of the Vega Alta Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency and/or by the parties responsible for the contamination, or by their respective contractors, reviewing information collected by these entities and documents prepared by these entities, and attending site-related meetings.
$121,50909/01/199109/30/2003
00293291Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB-JUNCOS LANDFILL SITE-OPERABLE UNIT #1

A Cooperative Agreement to provide support agency assistance funding related to Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study and Remedial Design (RD) activities at the site. The activities performed by another entity to support site-related EPA response action is support agency assistance. The support agency reviews response data and documents, attends site- related meetings, and provides other site-related assistance to EPA. Support agency assistance ensures meaningful and substantial support agency involvement in site- related response activities. This project provides PREQB support agency assistance related to potentially responsible party-performed remedial investigation/feasibility study activities at the Juncos Landfill Site - Operable Unit No. 1.
$99,25309/01/199103/31/2005
99526101Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH MICHIGAN DEQ

This amendment provides a transfer of funds between several sites in this Multi-Site Cooperative Agreement (CA); This amendment also corrects the total amount funded for this CA, per discussion with MDEQ
$860,70109/15/199109/30/2004
48000101Texas Water Development BoardTEXAS COLONIA PLUMBING LOAN PROGRAM (CPLP)

Except as provided herein, all terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement, including prior amendments, remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$15,000,00009/27/199109/30/2008
00871001Citizens' Technical Environmental CommitteeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This award provides funds to the Citizens' Enviornmental Technical Committee (CTEC) enabling the recipient to aquire independent technical assistance and conduct community outreach and education regarding the Superfund activities at the Montana Pole and Treating Plant (MPTP) for local community members.
$1,090,15209/30/199112/31/2014
00496901GA Dept of Natural ResourcesSUPERFUND SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Management assistance to support EPA activities at NPL sites in Georgia.
$2,175,07510/01/199109/30/2004
00292091NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationCORTESE LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Cortese Landfill Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$110,48510/01/199103/31/2008
00294391NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNYSDEC SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE RELATED TO THE SEALAND RESTORATION SITE

The activities performed by another entity to support site-related EPA response action is support agency assistance. The support agency reviews response data and documents, attends site-related meetings, and provides other site-related assistance to EPA. Support agency assistance ensures meaningful and substantial support agency involvement in site-related response activities. This project provides NYSDEC support agency assistance related to potentially responsible party-performed Operable Unit 2 remedial action activities at the Sealand Restoration Superfund site.
$77,00010/01/199106/30/2008
00294091NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationJONES CHEMICALS SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE NCTE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing and overseeing the cleanup of the Jones Chemicals Superfund site. This includes the oversight of cleanup work being done by the responsible party�s contractor, reviewing data collected by the responsible party�s contractor, reviewing documents prepared by the responsible party�s contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$93,80810/01/199106/30/2008
00293991NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFOREST GLEN SUBDIVISION SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Forest Glen site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$105,90010/01/199109/30/2008
00292391NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationLIBERTY INDUSTRIAL FINISHING SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Liberty Industrial Superfund site. This includes the oversight of cleanup work being performed by the contractor retained by the parties responsible for the contamination, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and the Environmental Protection Agency, and attending site-related meetings.
$170,00010/01/199109/30/2008
00293891NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationTRI-CITIES BARREL SUPERFUND SITE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the Tri-Cities Barrel Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the PRPs' contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$69,60010/01/199112/31/2009
00295192NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationLI TUNGSTEN SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing and overseeing the implementation of the soils remedy for the Li Tungsten site. This includes the oversight of the remedy and its associated activities being performed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), reviewing the information collected by EPA, reviewing documents prepared by EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$142,07001/01/199204/30/2009
00881001Citizens for a Safe Future for MidvaleTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT AT THE SHARON STEEL AND MIDVALE SLAG SUPERFUND SITES

This project aims to provide resources to obtain technical assistance in interpreting information and understanding the nature of the environmental and public health hazards at the Sharon Steel and Midvale Slag Superfund sites.
$265,00002/17/199209/30/2013
00882501South Weber CoalitionSOUTH WEBER COALITION TAG

Grant funds will be used to contract a technical advisor to help the community affected by the Hill Air Force Base 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 site cleanup. The information provided by the technical advisor will be shared with the broader community to aid them in the understanding of the site-related technical information, allowing the community to meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process and provide comments that can influence the clean-up levels and remedies so they are more protective of community health and more in line with community needs.
$150,00005/01/199204/30/2016
99405092Glynn Environmental Coalition Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This project will provide funds to qualified citizens groups affected by a Superfund site listed or proposed for the National Priorities List (NPL) to hire independent technical advisors to review information generated as a result of cleanup activities at the Hercules 009 Landfill site and disseminate this information to the affected community.
$123,00005/15/199205/15/2007
99577001COPASUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This technical assistance grant will allow COPA (Coalition Opposed to PCB Ash In Monroe County, Inc.) to obtain technical advice on three Superfund sites: Lemon Lane Landfill, Neal's Landfill, and Bennett's Quarry. Technical assistance will help the community understand important issues regarding remediation, water control, and monitoring that is occurring at these sites.
$300,00006/01/199205/30/2009
00392101DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlARMY CREEK LANDFILL (LONG TERM RA OU2)

Funds will be used to provide support agency remedial action enforcement activities at the Army Creek Operable Unit Two hazardous waste site.
$84,72608/01/199203/31/2012
00392501DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - HARVEY & KNOTT DRUM (RA OU1)

The funds will be used for support agency activities of the State agency during the remedial action phase of the Harvey & Knott Drum site.
$29,72608/01/199206/30/2012
00295692NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY (HWSI) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement allows NJDEP to perform Pre-CERCLIS Screening Assessments (PSAs), Preliminary Assessments (PAs), Site Inspections (SIs), and Expanded Site Inspections (ESIs).
$5,015,60010/01/199209/30/2006
72000191Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB - FFY'91 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is a capitalization grant to provide funds for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's State Revolving Funds Program to make low interests loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Such projects include wastewater treatment upgrades and sewerage conveyance systems improvements.
$26,767,22410/01/199209/30/2006
15000192HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (SRF)

Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawaii in the amount of $15,048,400 will provide assistance to public wastewater treatment works and related infrastructure.
$15,048,40010/01/199209/30/2007
00295892NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - REYNOLDS METALS AREA SUPERFUND SITES

Support agency assistance funding related to RA activities at the Reynolds Metals
Superfund site and a support agency assistance no-cost time extension related to RI/FS activities at the Alcoa Superfund site.
$465,65810/01/199203/31/2008
99588401Michigan Department of Environmental QualitySPARTAN CHEMICAL COMPANY SUPERFUND SITE

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality will conduct state-lead remedial investigation/feasibility study, remedial design, and remedial action activities at the Spartan Chemical Company Superfund Site. Work includes writing and releasing a Record of Decision, conducting engineering design of the selected environmental remedy, and remedy implementation.
$3,753,45010/01/199212/31/2009
00295993CRISIS INC.TAG FOR AMERICAN CYANAMID SITE

CRISIS will use funds to help the community affected by the American Cyanamid Superfund site to understand information contained in technical documents prepared by EPA, the State of New Jersey or the parties performing work related to hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by CRISIS to review and inform the community on documents related to the site cleanup.
$300,00001/01/199308/31/2015
99431893McIntosh Environmental Concerns CommitteeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT (TAG)

This grant will provide resources to the McIntosh Environmental Concerns Committee to utilize the technical advisor to facilitate community understanding of the technical aspects of ongoing Superfund cleanup activities at the Olin Superfund Site, and conduct public outreach and disseminate information to the affected community about continuing cleanup activities at the site.
$200,00002/15/199302/15/2007
00295492Concerned Citizens of Maywood IncTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - MAYWOOD CHEMICAL CO. SITE

This Grant Agreement provides funds to the Concerned Citizens of Maywood, Inc. group so that it can engage the services of one or more independent technical consultant(s) to help the group interpret and comment on information and decisions concerning the Maywood Chemical Company hazardous waste site located in Maywood, New Jersey.
$22,27408/01/199307/31/2005
99817601CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentCLEAR CREEK REMEDIAL RA OU3

To support the Clear Creek Remedial to OU3 and provide Technical Assistance to the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.
$6,896,32909/30/199309/30/2008
99311301VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - AVTEX FIBERS (RI/FS OU7)

This investigation will evaluate contamination associated with the building, sewers, ponds, groundwater, flyash pile, and Shenandoah River. This work was previously considered as Operable Unit Three and now is broken into two separate units Operable Unit Five and Seven.
$34,21010/01/199312/31/2005
00192001RI 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.
$140,74610/01/199309/30/2006
00284893NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationONONDAGA LAKE SITE

This agreement funds the recipient�s monitoring, managing, and overseeing investigative and cleanup activities related to the Onondaga Lake Superfund site.
$14,727,82610/01/199312/31/2007
99451601Woolfolk Citizens Response Group Inc.SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This grant provides financial assistance to qualified citizen groups affected by a Superfund site listed or proposed for the National Priorities (NPL) to hire independent technical advisor(s) to review information generated as a result of cleanup activities at the site and disseminate this information to the affected community.
$392,50003/01/199409/30/2012
00198001Earth Watch CoalitionTAG - IRON HORSE PARK

Technical Assistance Grant - Iron Horse Park
$97,04803/04/199412/31/2004
99818694CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS.

To assist the recipient in implementing EPA - approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$971,22104/01/199412/31/2005
00794901Jasper Co. SPFD Site CoalitionTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AT THE JASPER COUNTY SUPERFUND SITE (ORONOGO DUENWEG MINING BELT)

This award allows the community to continue to hire technical advisor(s) to interpret technical documents related to this superfund site.
$100,00004/20/199406/30/2006
99818801Arrowhead Foundation IncorporatedTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This award provides funds to the Arrowhead Foundation to obtain independent technical assistance to interpret information and facilitate meaningful communiaty involvement and redevelopment with regard to the Anaconda Smelter Superfund Site.
$750,00006/03/199411/30/2014
99317001DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - NCR MILLSBORO (RA OU1)

Funds will be used for the support agency activities of the State agency during the remedial action phase at the National Cash Register Millsboro (Remedial Action Operable Unit One) site. Groundwater remediation is on-going at the site.
$64,62507/01/199403/31/2012
00199701New 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
$3,619,69608/01/199412/31/2005
34000194New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 1994 - CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$48,735,42308/01/199409/30/2014
99325301City of RichmondBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective means of reclaiming and recycling older brownfields industrial sites in selected areas of the City.
$199,99010/01/199409/30/2004
99152401Watertown Citizens for Env. SafetyTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT (TAG) -ARMY MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY (AMTL) SITE - WATERTOWN, MA

Watertown Citizens for Environmental Safety (WCES) will use funds to continue to help the community affected by the Watertown Mass. Army Materials Technology Laboratory (AMTL) understand information contained in EPA and other agency technical documents related to site cleanup and understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to site cleanup. An independent technical advisor has been procured by WCES to review and inform the community on technical documents related to the site cleanup. As the project continues forward, the technical advisor�s information will continue to be shared with the rest of the community. The technical advisors information will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process
$108,76910/01/199407/31/2007
99464594NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM - ALBEMARLE-PAMLICO ESTUARINE STUDY CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT

NO COST EXTENSION: This action approves a two year extension from 9/30/2004 to 9/30/2006 to continue the implementation of the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for the Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Program.
$2,453,00010/01/199409/30/2008
99130701New Hampshire D.E.S.SAVAGE MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY WELL SUPERFUND SITE

This project funds the continuing cleanup of contaminated soil and groundwater in Operable Unit 1 (OU1) of the Savage Municipal Water Supply Well Superfund Site in Milford, New Hampshire. Project Activities include the treatment plant operation, subsurface cleanup activities, groundwater and effluent monitoring, evaluation of cleanup progress, activities in preparation for the end of Long Term Response Action, initiation of state operation and maintenance activities.
$13,838,64210/01/199403/24/2010
72000193Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPREQB - FFY'93 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto
Rico 's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health
$25,068,78010/01/199409/30/2012
00198101People 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.
$263,90010/14/199409/30/2016
99466601Citizens Against Toxic ExposureTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - SUPERFUND

Citizens Against Toxic Exposure (CATE) will use funds to help the community affected by the Escambia Wood Treating Superfund site to understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to this hazardous waste site cleanup and to understand the issues and decisions that need to be made related to this site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by CATE to review and inform the community on EPA documents related to the site cleanup. In turn, CATE will inform the affected community of the technical advisors findings. These findings will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate with EPA in the cleanup decision-making process.
$165,82001/01/199509/30/2006
72000194Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPUERTO RICO STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM - FFY 1994 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$15,554,97901/15/199509/30/2012
99713501City of KearneyWASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - KEARNEY, NEBRASKA

Wastewater Treatment System Improvements - Kearney, Nebraska
$6,000,00002/01/199512/31/2006
99713901City of WaterlooCITY OF WATERLOO, IOWA - WASTERWATER TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS.

Renovation and replacement of the City of Waterloo's water pollution control facilities.
$37,000,00002/01/199506/30/2007
99469295Manatee County Board of CommissionersMANATEE REUSE SUPPLY AND STORAGE PROJECT

Increase to a Special Appropriations grant for Manatee County's reuse supply and strorage project known as the Manatee Area Reuse System.
$7,732,00002/01/199509/30/2008
99326401Mantua Citizens' AssociationTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

This project provides technical assistance on Pickett Road Tank Farm to assist the residents in understanding the remediation options available for dealing with toxic substances that pose a risk to the environment of the Mantua community and adjacent areas.
$100,00002/06/199506/30/2009
99131901Seacoast Anti-Pollution LeaguePORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT (TAG)

Seacoast Anti-Pollution League (SAPL) will use funds to help the community affected by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard 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 site cleanup. An independent technical advisor will be procured by the Seacoast Anti-Pollution League 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. The technical advisor's information will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process.
$260,00002/20/199505/31/2017
99470095Tampa Bay WaterWELLFIELD REHYDRATION PILOT PROJECT

Planning, engineering and construction services for a comprehensive wellfield rehydration program.
$841,00003/01/199512/31/2008
99833695MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

Projects to increase the level and quality of nonpoint source water pollution management in Montana.
$1,349,78704/01/199510/31/2001
00230595NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationFY -95 SECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Section 319 of the CWA requires that states agencies implement approved Nonpoint Source Management Program Plans. These plans explain the strategy that states will use to mitigate the sources of nonpoint source pollution such as erosion and sediment control, nutirent control, habitat and hydrologic modification, onsite wastewater treatment, stormwater, marina management, info and outreach, training of inspectors in these various categories. The purpose of the projects that are listed in the States workplan and funded under the FY 95 Section 319 grant is to mitigate the effects of nonpoint sources of pollution.
$3,459,59604/01/199506/30/2005
99469395Peace River/Manasota Regional WSASPECIAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

Regional Surface Water Supply, Storage, and Interconnect Program
$9,574,00004/01/199512/31/2008
99713801The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictWASTEWATER TREATMENT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

Repair and replacement of the City Infrastructure System.This amendment extends the budget and project periods to December 31, 2006, and revises the EPA contact information.
$5,700,00004/01/199506/30/2011
99225601Warren CountyWARREN COUNTY - LAKE GEORGE SEWER PROJECT

A Grant Agreement to assist Warren County in its upgrade of failing sanitary sewer system at homes and businesses in the communities of Hague, Bolton, Lake George and Queensbury. The present sewer systems do not comply with the local regulations governing the disposal of sanitary wastewater in the individual sewer systems.
$20,000,00004/01/199503/31/2012
72000195Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPUERTO RICO STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT (FFY'95)

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$16,064,82904/01/199509/30/2014
99831001Park County Environmental CouncilSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This award provides funds to the Park County Environmental Council to provide technical assistance for the community, interpreting technical information related to cleanup activities at the Burlington Northern Livingston Shop Complex Site.
$65,00004/03/199506/30/2017
99132401Massachusetts D.E.P.BAIRD & MCGUIRE SUPERFUND SITE

1. Reinstatement of funds deobligated 1/06 2 .Project and budget period extension. 3. Object Class Rebudgeting
$1,202,71604/13/199503/31/2008
99324901MD Dept of the EnvironmentSPECTRON (REMOVAL OVERSIGHT AND RI/FS OU1)

Funds will be used for the Spectron site to conduct Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Operable Unit One activities. These activities include but are not limited to: allow new project manager to review the site file for the operable unit and to familiarize themselves with the regulator history of the site and coordinate review and comment of the draft and final Record of Decision documents.
$278,60204/15/199503/31/2005
99926701Pima Cnty Wastewater Mgmt DeptWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT - ARID WEST WATER QUALITY RESEARCH

Water Infrastructure - Arid West Water Quality Research Project

This agreement funds the Arid West Water Quality Research project.
$5,000,00004/21/199505/31/2006
99327201City of PhiladelphiaBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective means of reclaiming and recycling older brownfields sites into viable, marketable, attractive development sites.
$749,09105/01/199509/30/2004
99920301Frontier Fertilizer Superfund Oversight GroupSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - DAVIS, CA

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates for an additional two years, from November 30, 2002 to November 30, 2004, with no change in the total EPA assistance amount awarded to date of $100,000. Terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. EPA funding supports the grantee's procurement of a Technical Advisor's services, to provide information to the grantee related to the Superfund hazardous waste clean-up activities at the Frontier Fertilizer Superfund Site.
$100,00005/01/199512/31/2004
99325501DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - DUPONT NEWPORT (RA)

Funds will be used for the support agency activities of the State agency during the remedial action phase at the Dupont Newport site.
$59,20005/01/199506/30/2012
99334201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - U.S. TITANIUM (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to provide funding to the recipient for support agency activities during the remedial action stage at the U.S. Titanium Operable Unit One site.


The work to be accomplished is to provide technical, administrative, and regulatory support during Remedial Action OU1 phase at the U.S. Titanium Site. The funding is in the Operating Plan and is for mission critical work of the Agency to assess, investigate, select and implement remedies so that human health and the environment are protected.
$91,67805/01/199503/31/2014
99229101City of NewarkCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW CONSTRUCTION AND SEWER SEGMENT REPAIR.

This grant to the City of Newark is for a project that consists of the rehabilitation of aging combined sewers, Combined Sewer Overflow remediation, rehabilitation of various storm drainage ditches and the implementation of interim and long term solids/floatables control measures. These projects will reduce contamination of soil and groundwater caused by wastewater exfiltration from deteriorating combined sewers, alleviate risks to public health as a result of flooding which occurs due to heavy rain or snow and reduce the discharge of solid and floatable materials into the Passaic River.
$44,300,00005/01/199512/31/2016
00173106Maine D.E.P.SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Superfund Core Program Cooperative Agreement
$187,10307/01/199512/31/1996
34000195New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP FFY95 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$50,333,08507/01/199509/30/2015
99161201Massachusetts D.E.P.WATER RESOURCES PROTECTION STRATEGY

1. Project and budget extension. 2. Change in EPA Project Officer. 3. Object class rebudgeting.
$392,03008/01/199509/30/2004
99839701Heidelberg CollegeSPECIAL STUDIES - CLEAN WATER SECTION 104

Ecoregion-basedEvaluation of Nutrient Status of Lakes and Rivers in Region VIII
$330,00009/01/199509/30/2008
99238401New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionBARNEGAT BAY ESTUARY PROGRAM (BBEP)

A Cooperative Agreement with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection of the Barengat Bay Estuary Program.
$1,739,35109/15/199503/31/2003
99842401Citizens for Lowry Landfill EnvironmentSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT: LOWRY SITE

This award provides funds to the Citizens for Lowry Landfill Environmental Action Now (CLLEAN) to obtain technical assistance to interpret information and inform the community with regard to the Lowry Landfill Superfund site.
$225,00009/28/199509/30/2015
99841101Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council

Inventory, Assessment and Oil Spill preventions measures.
$34,56610/01/199509/30/2001
99172901Aquidneck Isl. Citizens Advisory GroupTECH. ASST. FOR NETC

Naval Education Training Center, Newport, RI
$95,81410/01/199509/30/2004
99242001City of Rochester New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - CITY OF ROCHESTER, NY

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Rochester, New York to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$199,93610/01/199512/31/2004
99341101Northampton CountyBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to develop the remains of abandoned industrial operations and a former municipal dump into the Port of Cape Charles Sustainable Technologies Industrial Park, in the Town of Cape Charles, Virginia.
$1,018,21310/01/199503/31/2005
99340301WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionSACA - MORGANTOWN ORDNANCE WORKS (RD. RI/FS, RA OU1,AND RD, RI/FS OU2)

Funds will be used to continue oversight and support of the remediation of the Morgantown Ordnance Works site. Continued cleanup of the site is imperative to protect surface water, and thus the Morgantown Public Water Supply, from contamination. Overall this funding will permit the State to insure that relevant regulations and rules are addressed during the remediation process to insure the health and safety of citizens in or near the facility and to protect the environment.
$173,14010/01/199509/30/2006
99652801City of New OrleansCITY OF NEW ORLEANS BROWNFIELDS PILOT PROJECT

City of New Orleans Brownfields Pilot Project
$430,00010/01/199509/30/2006
98517701Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY - CERCLA CORE

MPCA Superfund Core Program for FY2004 to support managerial, supervisory, technical, and clerical staff to implement the cleanup program.
$13,654,52010/01/199509/30/2006
99480301Fort Lauderdale Community Development CorporationSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period from 9/30/07 to 12/31/2007 to evaluate the 5-year review monitoring and to conduct one community meeting to present the monitoring result and the technical advisers' findings. The dual engagement will provide the community with assurances that all findings and recommendation are fully supported across the scientific field.
$100,00010/01/199512/31/2007
00295593Saint Regis Mohawk TribeSAINT REGIS MOHAWK TRIBE SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE RELATED TO THE GENERAL MOTORS SUPERFUND SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean up of the General Motors Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative and remediation work being performed by the potentially responsible party's contractor, reviewing information collected by that contractor and documents prepared by that contractor and EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$1,158,36510/01/199509/30/2008
99242101City of TrentonCITY OF TRENTON - BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Trenton, NJ to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$1,020,00010/01/199501/31/2009
99242201City of Buffalo New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT - CITY OF BUFFALO, NY

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Buffalo, NY, for a Pilot program through which the City will assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances, other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address contamination.
$550,00010/01/199512/31/2009
99236795Atlantic States Legal Foundation Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - ONONDAGA LAKE SITE

This agreement provides support to the Atlantic States Legal Foundation to help the community affected by the Onondaga Lake 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 site cleanup. An independent technical advisor(s) will be procured by ASLF 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. The technical advisor's information will aid the community in the preparation of public comments and allow it to more meaningfully participate in the cleanup decision-making process..
$186,95210/01/199512/31/2009
99485001Glynn Environmental Coalition Inc.SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This assistance agreement provides financial assistance to qualified citizen groups affected by a Superfund site listed or proposed for the National Priorities List (NPL) to hire independent technical advisor(s) to review information generated as result of cleanup activities at the site and disseminate this information to the affected community. This amendment will allow the Glynn Environmental Coalition's technical advisor to review documents on Three Operable Units, as well as review Operable Unit One, Estuary, final studies, Proposed Plan, Record of Decision, Consent Degree, Community Meetings, and Public Meetings.
$225,00012/01/199508/31/2015
44000196Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (CWSRF)

This amendment extends the project and budget periods. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$13,547,50012/15/199512/15/2008
34000196New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 1996 - CWSRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

A Grant Agreement to provide funds for New Jersey's Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program to make low interest loans to municipalities for the construction of water quality protection projects throughout the State of New Jersey. Such projects include new wastewater treatment and upgrades, sewerage conveyance systems, stormwater overflow projects, combined sewer overflow projects.
$82,447,02512/15/199509/30/2014
82823901Town of South KingstownDECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER TREATMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR TOWN OF SOUTH KINGSTOWN

To establish a national demonstration project for implementing a decentralized wastewater system in the Block Island/Green Hill Pond area of Rhode Island.
$3,000,00001/01/199612/31/2007
15000196HI Dept of HealthSTATE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL REVOLVING FUND (SRF)

Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawaii in the amount of $11,316,361 will provide assistance to public wastewter treatment works and related infrastructure.
$11,316,36101/26/199609/30/2007
99244401Office of the Mayor of the City of NYNYC BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT

A cooperative agreement with the Office of the Mayor of the City of New York to implement the Brownfield Pilot Project to integrate site assessment and redevelopment of Brownfield sites in the City of New York.
$198,76303/15/199607/15/2003
99056401AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM

The design, planning, and construction of wastewater projects identified in the State Priority List. Procedures to be followed are identified in the Village Safe Water Procedures Manual.
$15,000,00003/15/199612/31/2005
99656501City of HoustonHOUSTON BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT

To encourage stakeholders to work together in a timely manner to assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse Houston's brownfields. This amendment: increases EPA funds by $200,000; revises the budget, and; extends the budget and project periods to 09/30/2003.
$600,00003/26/199609/30/2006
99833696MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

Competitive Projects
$1,012,26004/01/199606/30/2005
00230596NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationSECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Nonpoint source program grants issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act are awarded for the purpose of assisting States and Tribes in implemeting their approved nonpoint source management programs. Projects emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$3,383,06404/01/199610/15/2005
99491896KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetCERCLA, SUPERFUND

State Lead Remedial Action Cooperative Agreement at the Distler Farm & Distler Brickyard Sites.
$286,77104/19/199612/31/2004
99493101Pinellas-Pasco Technical Asst.SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS

Acquire technical advice and assistance in interpreting site related technical information to promote involvement of the affected community in EPA site cleanup decisions and actions
$135,00004/19/199610/30/2010
98523201Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMICHIGAN DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

This action extends the budget & project periods for the Superfund Bofors-Nobel site through September 30, 2006.
$1,664,48305/01/199609/30/2006
99614604Texas Commission on Environmental QualitySEC. 319(H) NPS BASE AND COMP.: FY 1997 - 1999

Projects that are carried out under this grant include: Manadas Creek Assessment of Hazardous Materials, Update of Texas NPS Management Programs, Texas Watch, Protection of Edwards Aquifer, Groundwater Galveston Bay Watershed, and Upper Colorado River Urban Demonstrations.
$2,756,15605/03/199608/31/2002
99610004Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentFY 1996 319(H) - IMPLEMENTATION OF NON POINT SOURCE PROJECTS

This amendment decreases Federal funds and closes out the assistance agreement.
$1,483,90106/18/199612/31/2003
72000196Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardPUERTO RICO STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT(FFY'96)

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$26,314,67507/01/199609/30/2014
99659101City of ShreveportSHREVEPORT BROWNFIELDS

Work on the City's Brownfields Economic Redevelopment Initiative.
$550,00007/12/199612/31/2006
99850501UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH BLOCK

Continuing programs and specific work elements are being conducted through other agreements put in place.
$6,644,59407/22/199605/31/2004
99155701Lakewood Association Inc.SUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT -- AT THE U.S. ARMY SOLDIER SYSTEMS COMMAND IN NATICK, MA.

Superfund Technical Assistance Grant at the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Command in Natick, MA to allow individuals affected by superfund sites to participate in the decisions regarding clean up of the site.
$100,00008/15/199608/14/2010
99851201Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council103 AIR SPECIAL STUDIES

Enission Inventory and Pm 10 monitoring
$145,26308/25/199612/31/2003
99733701City of Kansas City Missouri HCDFY 96 BROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE - KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

This amendment extends the budget and project period.
$600,00009/16/199603/31/2005
99492196Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS STATE DEVELOPMENT 104 (B)(3)

Wetlands Technical Assistant Program. This action approves an EXTENSION to the project/budget period from 9/30/2000 to 9/30/2002. This extension will allow a continuation of the landowner technical assistance in wetland restoration.
$97,44809/30/199609/30/2003
99860801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentO&M ARGO TUNNEL WATER TREATMENT PLANT

This award provides for the conitinued operation and maintenance of Argo Water Treatment Plant
$14,531,46409/30/199606/30/2013
99861001CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION & INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

State Lead Remedial Action At Operable Unit 1 of the Chemical Sales Company Superfund Site
$6,942,01009/30/199609/30/2014
99182997Maine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Amendment issued to extend the budget and project period in accordance with your request dated 1-15-04
$15,122,01110/01/199604/30/2004
99182997Maine D.E.P.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

Amendment issued to extend the budget and project period in accordance with your request dated 1-15-04
$15,122,01110/01/199604/30/2004
99352201MD Dept of the EnvironmentPRE-REMEDIAL RESPONSE

This project will enable the State of Maryland to implement the Superfund Pre-Remedial Program. After reviewing the many recommendations that have been proposed to make the Superfund process faster and more responsive to the needs of stakeholders, the recipient intends to adopt many of the innovations that have been proposed into the cooperative agreement.
$4,649,32210/01/199606/30/2005
99186901City of SomervilleBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - PILOT PROGRAM

Per your application request dated June 27, 2002, this amendmend adds additional funding to assist in accomodating economic commercial and industrial end users for the brownfields redevelopment projects and to extend the project period and the budget period end dates.
$350,00010/01/199606/30/2005
99177901City of LowellBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - PILOT

Brownfields Economic Development Initiative for work in Lowell, MA
$595,56610/01/199607/01/2005
99178001City of BurlingtonBROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

Burlington, VT Brownfields Assessment Program.
$498,58310/01/199609/30/2005
99186801City of PortlandBROWNFIELD PILOT PROGRAM

This amendment extends the project and budget period thru 10-01-05
$335,00010/01/199610/01/2005
99958001City of East Palo AltoBROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC REDEV - ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

This amendment will continue to support the Brownfields Redevelopment effort within the City of East Palo Alto by partially funding one additional year of an Interpersonnel Agreement (IPA) salary.
$1,142,65910/01/199601/31/2006
98539201City of KalamazooBROWNFIELD ASSESMENT PILOT - CITY OF KALAMAZOO

This action provides a budget and project period extension through September 30, 2003. The attached Certification Package must be returned with the acceptance of this award, along with a Financial Status Report covering the timeframe of: 10/1/00 - 6/30/02. The following Term and Condition has been added:

PAYMENT METHOD-ASAP - In order to comply with the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996, the recipient must complete and return the attached Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP) system (OAF Form 5-15-01) with the signed Assistance Agreement. Sixty (60) days from the date of this Award, you must be converted to the ASAP Payment method. During the 60 day transition period, you may use the ACH payment method.
$400,00010/01/199609/30/2006
98405396City of ClearwaterBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an increase in the amount of $200,000 for the continuation of site contamination study and work with government agencies and the private sector to develop an incentive strategy to support redevelopment of the area. this action also approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/04.
$500,00010/01/199609/30/2006
99182301New Hampshire D.E.S.BEEDE WASTE OIL/CASH ENERGY SUPERFUND SITE

This funding allows the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to continue performing environmental sampling at the Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site in support of post-remedial investigationI/feasibility study site monitoring needs. This funding also allows the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to participate and provide support for future remedial design/remedial action negotiations with potentially responsible parties.
$4,057,96510/01/199606/30/2007
99254301City of CamdenCAMDEN BROWNFIELDS PILOT REBUDGET

Under this Cooperative Agreement, the City of Camden, NJ will assess sites which have been contaminated with hazardous substances by historic site operations. "Brownfields" are properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants. Once the sites are assessed, the City of Camden and the public will benefit from future redevelopment of the sites. During the life of the project, the City of Camden will also involve residents and other stakeholders surrounding the sites by holding community meetings and sharing written information so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$743,51710/01/199609/30/2009
99348701VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - ARROWHEAD PLATING (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to conduct site visits, carry out general management of project, correspondence and data, support EPA in oversight of construction work and attend technical meeting with during the remedial action phase of operable unit one at the Arrowhead Plating site.
$21,56510/01/199609/30/2011
99348901VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - SAUNDERS SUPPLY COMPANY (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to provide funding to the recipient for support agency activities during the remedial action stage at the Saunders Supply Company Operable Unit One site.
$74,50910/01/199609/30/2011
99945101Tri-Valley CARESSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LAB (MAIN SITE)

This Technical Assistance Grant will allow the recipient to procure an independent Technical Advisor (TA) to help interpret information pertaining to the Lawrence Livermore National Lab (Main Site). The TA will help the recipient understand information contained in the technical documents related to the hazardous waste site cleanup, which will be shared with the rest of the community. Through this grant, the recipient and its community will be informed in order to allow for meaningful participation in the cleanup and decision-making process.
$102,22610/01/199610/31/2011
99856301Overland Neighborhood Environ. WatchSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

Grant funds will be used to contract a technical advisor to help the community affected by Shattuck Superfund site understand information contained in EPA technical documents related to site cleanup and to understand the implications of some of the site-related decisions that need to be made. With a better understanding of site-related technical information, the community can more meaningfuly participate in the cleanup decision-making process and can influence the cleanup levels and rememdies so they are more protective of community health and more in line with community needs.
$305,00011/15/199609/30/2008
99348801VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - RENTOKIL (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to provide funding to the recipient for support agency activities during the remedial action stage at the Rentokil Operable Unit One site.
$42,39801/01/199712/31/2011
99080801City of PortlandINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

Tanner Creek Diversion Project
$8,000,00001/06/199712/31/2006
99290498Puerto Rico Department of HealthFFY 1998 PRDOH DWSRF GRANT - AMENDMENT

This grant is to continue the capitalization of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program which provides a long-term source of financing for the construction of infrastructure projects and for the administration of a range of activities including small community technical assistance, source water protection, capacity development, and operator certification. These practices will protect human health by reducing exposure to contaminants in drinking water, in fish and shellfish, and in recreational waters.
$22,783,80002/01/199709/30/2008
99355101MD Dept of the EnvironmentCORE PROGRAM

Funds will be used to continue activities for the CORE Program. Activities include: general program management and supervision, interagency coordination and community outreach, legal assistance, budget and fiscal management, technical support for management information system, and procurement, property management and contract management.
$4,509,24103/01/199706/30/2004
99355401VA Dept of Environmental QualityPRE-REMEDIAL RESPONSE

Funds will be used in support of the Pre-Remedial Response (Preliminary Assessment/Site Inspection, Brownfields, Voluntary Remediation Program, and Formerly Used Defense Sites). Activities include: management assistance, pre-comprehensive environmental response, compensation, and liability information system screening, preliminary assessment, screening site inspection, and site inspection prioritization.
$4,390,88404/02/199709/30/2009
98544601Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesWISCONSIN DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES - SUPERFUND SITE ASSESSMENT FY - 05

Superfund Site Assessment Program.
$6,284,05106/01/199709/30/2005
99833697MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

This project is to assist the State in implementing Nonpoint Source Management activities.
$966,86306/15/199706/30/2004
98401097Mountain Water DistrictSPECIAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

This action approves a NO COST EXTENSION to the project/budget period to December 31, 2005. This EXTENSION is necessary to allow grantee time to complete construction and for the performance certification period.
$3,000,00006/27/199707/31/2006
98407397City of ViccoCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECT

NEW to construct a 100,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment plant and 800 linear feet of 8 inch sewer line. An additional 5,800 feet of gravity collection lines will be installed providing service to 37 households.
$500,00006/27/199709/01/2009
99677801Pueblo of Santa ClaraWATER QUALITY PROJECT FOR SANTA CLARA PUEBLO CWA, SEC. 106

This amendment extends the budget/project periods through 12/31/02. Except as provided herein all terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement, including prior amendments, remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
$42,39407/01/199712/31/2002
82569901Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation CommissionWET WEATHER STUDY ON THE OHIO RIVER:

Wet Weather Study On The Ohio River
$698,00007/01/199709/30/2004
99355301MD Dept of the EnvironmentSACA - ORDNANCE PRODUCTS (RI/FS)

Funds will be used to support the State's participation in providing technical and administrative support during the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study activities at the Ordnance Products site.
$231,48007/01/199712/31/2006
99264801New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP WETLANDS HYDROGEOMORPHIC WETLANDS ASSESSMENT

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is developing a Hydrogeomorphic wetland assessment model for floodplain wetlands in northern New Jersey, with emphasis on the Passaic River basin. Reference wetlands will be identified, and the model will be tested throughout the piedmont and highlands areas. The effectiveness of HGM for use in NJ will be evaluated.
$300,00007/01/199712/31/2006
99085201AK Dept of Environ ConservINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

The design, planning, and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the State priority list.
$13,042,10007/01/199706/30/2007
99364897MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalizing the Maryland Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program to provide a long term source of financing for the construction of drinking water facilities and to support various statewide drinking water programs such as administration of the DWSRF program, small community technical assistance, state program management and local assistance.
$17,640,90007/01/199706/30/2007
99359101VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - ATLANTIC WOOD (RI/FS OU3)

The operable unit three phase is a comprehensive study on the effects of the site contamination on the Elizabeth River water quality.
$33,75707/01/199712/31/2009
99361201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - ABEX CORP (RA OU1)

Funds will be used to conduct site visits, carry out general management of project, correspondence and data, support EPA in oversight of construction work and attend technical meetings during the remedial action phase of operable unit one at the Abex Corporation site.
$45,77007/07/199706/30/2012
99361401VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - BUCKINGHAM COUNTY LANDFILL RA OU1

Funds will be used to provide funding to the recipient for support agency activities during the remedial action stage at the Buckingham County Landfill (Love's Container Service) (Remedial Action) Operable Unit One site.
$68,99807/11/199707/10/2012
99265497NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationGCL TIE & TREATING SITE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean-up of the GCL Tie & Treating Superfund site. This includes the oversight of clean-up work being done by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), reviewing information collected by EPA and documents prepared by EPA, and attending site-related meetings.
$77,13508/01/199712/31/2004
99118901Massachusetts Coastal Zone ManagementIMPLEMENTATION OF MASS. BAYS CCMP

Implementation of Mass Bays CCMP. 50% cost share. This is not energy related.
$2,625,42608/01/199706/30/2005
99106501Connecticut D.E.P.LONG ISLAND SOUND HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECTS.

Long Island Sound Habitat Restoration Projects
$90,77508/01/199709/30/2006
99970901Soboba Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment decreases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $39,845, based on the final Financial Status Report dated 10/2/01. The deobligated balance of $39,845 has been carried forward to Grant #GA-98989801-1.
$329,09908/12/199708/12/2001
98546501Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyIEPA - G.L. STANDARDS INITIATIVES COORDINATION OF S.P - FY2004.

The overall objective of this study will be to carry out atmospheric monitoring of PCBs and other chlorobenzenes at or near suspected sources of ongoing releases of PCBs to the atmosphere in the Chicago area.
$580,00008/15/199712/31/2005
98003801Hoh Indian TribeCOORDINATED TRIBAL WATER QUALITY PROGRAM

Change Grants Specialist - Hoh consolidated Water Quality Program
$326,02609/01/199708/30/2001
99739601Curators of the University of MissouriWATERSHED WATER QUALITY PROJECT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

This increase is for continued farm and watershed modeling (including fecal coliform and E-coli models); expanded farm & watershed level projects; continued agro-forestry work to determine the viability of forest/wildlife alternatives; monitoring to identify dominant sources of fecal coliforms; and identification of economic information to better allocate the burdens of water impairment.
$9,420,40009/01/199709/30/2006
98003501Umatilla County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictREGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVE

No till drill and SWCD support in the Umatilla Basin-to improve stability and health of Umatilla River and its aquatic resources.
$214,50009/15/199712/31/2004
99113901City of WestfieldWESTFIELD REGIONAL BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT.

Westfield Regional Brownfields Assessment Pilot.
$165,35509/15/199709/30/2005
99113901City of WestfieldWESTFIELD REGIONAL BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT.

Westfield Regional Brownfields Assessment Pilot.
$165,35509/15/199709/30/2005
82586001National Governors' AssociationPROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF FEDERAL/ STATE EFFORTS IN THE SUPERFUND PROGRAM

To conduct research in brownfield redevelopment, Superfund reauthorization, chemical accident prevention and preparedness, and other policies and initiatives that reduce the human health impacts of contaminated sites and chemmical emergencies.
$1,114,31009/19/199709/30/2003
99115501City of DanburyRESTORATION AND REDEVELOPMENT OF A CONTAMINATED BROWNFIELD SITE IN DANBURY, CONNECTICUT

Restoration And Redevelopment Of A Contaminated Brownfield Site In Danbury, Connecticut
$196,72609/30/199709/30/2004
98432097Spelman CollegeENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE SMALL GRANTS PROGRAM

Teachers Environmental Institute. The goal of the Institute is to promote environmental education by providing training and instructional materials to a cadre of middle and high school teachers.
$162,00009/30/199707/30/2005
99126501EDICBOSTON BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund for the City of Boston, MA
$500,00009/30/199709/30/2005
99876401CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSTATE LEAD REMEDIAL ACTION COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR OU2 OF THE CLEAR CREEK/CENTRAL CITY SUPERFUND S

Continue Support to the Clear Creek/Central City OU2.
$2,857,35209/30/199712/31/2006
99876801Ogden City CorporationBROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT PILOT

Provide opportunities for demonstration for site assessment activities leading to action to respond to environmental contamination and return Brownfield site to productive use.
$400,00009/30/199704/01/2007
99367701DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlSACA - CHEM-SOLV (RA)

Funds will be used for the support agency activities of the State agency during the remedial action phase at the Chem-Solv (Remedial Action) site.
$39,71409/30/199703/31/2012
99380001DC Water and Sewer AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER PROGRAM

This project is for a planning study to assist the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority in performing engineering studies and evaluations for its drinking water distribution system.
$950,89410/01/199704/01/1999
99094801Kipnuk Traditional CouncilSOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MASTER PLAN PROJECT

Solid & Hazardous Waste Master Plan Project
$236,65710/01/199709/30/2001
99186498Houlton Band of Maliseet IndiansFY98 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This assistance amendment extends the duration period based on your application dated September 26, 2002. The terms and conditions are being revised.
$296,25010/01/199709/30/2003
82639601George Washington UniversityADVANCING RISK ASSESSMENT FOR WATER QUALITY ISSUES

To provide a mechanism in which new risk assessment methodologies can be addressed and solutions offered to the interested community.
$3,453,84410/01/199712/31/2003
98574401Cuyahoga CountyBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This amendment will allow Cuyahoga County to restructure funds and award sub-grants as an incentive for non-profits or units of governmnet, to use at least 70% to capitalize their loan fund, and use up to 20% as direct financial assistance and 10% for general administation costs.
$250,00010/01/199705/31/2004
99465798NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER QUALITY NPS IMPLEMENTATION - SEC. 319(H)

Twenty-four month extension of time to allow for completion of fifteen projects that are still open and to provide time for the sponsors to complete their final reports.
$2,430,10610/01/199706/30/2004
99535302Great Lakes CommissionGREAT LAKES TOXIC AIR EMISSIONS INVENTORY PROJECT: PHASE 1X

The overall objective is to begin conducting a 2002 regional point, area, and mobile sources emissions contributors to the waters and urban areas of the Great Lakes, and to disseminate this inventory via the Internet. The project will also enhance and update the inventory and emissions estimation software and database system. The scope of the inventory includes all eight Great Lakes States. The Great Lake Commission has MOUs with each of the States for their work on the project.
$3,572,92410/01/199709/30/2004
98429998GA Dept of Natural ResourcesCERCLA, SUPERFUND (CORE PROGRAM)

Management and administrative activities to ensure State support of CERLCA implementation activities.
$5,000,76210/01/199709/30/2004
98416897NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

CORE Program to conduct activities that develop and maintain the State's ability to participate in CERCLA implementation activities
$3,929,33010/01/199709/30/2004
99370501Baltimore CoBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

This project is to identify and bring about the assessment of between two to five specific properties whose redevelopment is hampered by real or perceived contamination and work to establish a policy environment conducive to the timely redevelopment of any property with significant market potential that is hampered by real or perceived contamination.
$195,78010/01/199709/30/2004
99124201Rhode Island D.E.M.OUTREACH OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

Outreach Operator Training Program
$50,00010/01/199701/31/2005
00100298New Hampshire D.E.S.FY 98 - 604(B) GRANT

This grant is for the purpose to support 604(b) water quality management activities..
$135,92710/01/199706/30/2005
99735701Missouri Department of Health and Senior ServicesMDOHSS JASPER COUNTY HEALTH EDUCATION

This is a Cooperative Agreement for the continuation of the Health Education (HE) activities at the Jasper County Site as part of remedial action. The HE activities were specified in the Record of Decision as an integral part of the remedy. EPA is funding the HE until completion of the cleanup activities at the site.
$754,80810/01/199707/31/2005
99368701City of WilmingtonBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective strategies for environmentally assessing and redeveloping abandoned and underutilized industrial properties and involve the relevant stakeholder communities.
$383,91010/01/199709/30/2005
99275301Puerto Rico Industrial Development Co.BROWNFIELDS PILOT - APPEAL

A Cooperative Agreement with the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO) to develop a prototype for redevelopment of brownfields through broad-based public-private participation in the Brownfields initiative, related to specific Brownfields sites.
$199,39810/01/199709/30/2005
98574001Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - BROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Additional funding given to IDEM to be utilized by the South Bend Fredrickson Park Landfill project for support services provided by IDEM and IDFA. This action also approves a budget & project period extension through September 30, 2004.
$1,000,00010/01/199709/30/2005
99274301City of Elmira New YorkBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT PILOT - CITY OF ELMIRA, NY

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Elmira, New York, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$199,93710/01/199703/31/2006
98573901City of DetroitBROWNFIELD REVOLVING LOAN FUND - CITY OF DETROIT

Revolving Loan extension request needed for Focus: HOPE, to complete site assessment and remediation activites. Upon completion, the "Yellow Pages" Redevelopment Project will serve as a state of the art conference center, that also provides student housing, a fitness center and neighborhood amenities.
$350,00010/01/199709/30/2006
99267301Inc. Village of ManorhavenENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION PROJECT

This project is for the partial funding of a large and much more costly habitat restoration project at a Nature Preserve on Sheets Creek in the Village of Manorhaven, NY. The project will improve habitat, reduce non-point source pollution, and provide educational and recreational opportunities for the community.
$010/01/199712/31/2006
98420697City of Fayetteville Special ProjectsBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This action approves an increase in the amount of $150,000 to continue the revitalization and planning opportunities that have risen and to complete the assessment work for Brownfields properties enabling the City to revise its master vision plan for downtown redevelopment. This action also approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/03.
$350,00010/01/199712/31/2006
99275401City of Rochester New YorkBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND - CITY OF ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with Niagara County, New York to establish a fund of monies that may be lent by them to eligible borrowers who would use the funds to clean up "brownfields" properties, being properties where expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants.
$500,00010/01/199703/31/2007
98431197MS Dept of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE AND INDIAN TRIBE CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This agreement funds activities at the State of Mississippi that will improve or enhance the State's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment. These funds help build the State's capacity to implement provisions of CERCLA. In particular, this funding will help to build and improve the State's preparedness for CERCLA authorized responses to natural disasters. The State will participate in a scenario that will involve a multi-agency response to a catastrophic New Madrid fault earthquake.
$4,334,91510/01/199709/30/2007
99113701New Hampshire D.E.S.104(G) WASTEWATER OPERATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

This amendment extends the project and budget period.
$193,50010/01/199709/30/2007
99988701City of SacramentoBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This amendment increases the EPA funding by $442,418 from $1,000,000 to $1,442,418. The City of Sacramento will use this funding to capitalize a revolving loan fund to make low interest loans to clean up contaminated Brownfields properties. This amendment will provide additional funding to allow for more loans to be made.
$1,442,41810/01/199709/30/2007
99271301Suffolk County Dept. of Health ServicesLAND COVER/WATERSHED STORMWATER RUNOFF MODELING & MANAGEMENT PROJECT

To perform sub-watershed specific stormwater run-off modelling, using land cover information. This information will be used to improve the Peconic Estuary Program (PEP) integrated land use analysis and surface monitoring and modeling efforts.
$47,51910/01/199709/30/2007
99368209Canaan Valley InstituteCVI 09 -- MID-ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

The Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) will work with local stakeholders to support the implementation of locally acceptable, scientifically sound, sustainable projects to understand and address environmental problems in the Mid-Atlantic Highlands and continue to provide facilitation, partnership building, education, and technical assistance that lead to leveraging of other resources for monitoring, maintaining, and improving water quality in the Highlands. CVI will focus its technical expertise on helping communities develop solutions in stream restoration, decentralized wastewater, flood mitigation, source water protection, and land use planning.
$1,984,00010/01/199710/31/2007
99271701City of Glen CoveBROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT PILOT - CITY OF GLEN COVE

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Glen Cove, New York, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$806,46210/01/199712/31/2007
99693301City of New OrleansNEW ORLEANS BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

This amendment extends the Budget/Project Periods.
$350,00010/01/199712/31/2007
99877001City & County of DenverBROWNFIELDS PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funds to inventory, characterize, asess and conduct planning and community involvement related to brownfields sites.
$966,44810/01/199703/31/2008
99369801City of PhiladelphiaBROWNFIELD CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Funds will be used to establish a low-interest loan program to permit borrowers to undertake necessary remedial (site clean-up) actions of abandoned, idle, or under used industrial sites in eligible areas of the City of Philadelphia.
$650,00010/01/199702/28/2009
99355201MD Dept of the EnvironmentSACA - CENTRAL CHEMICAL (RI/FS)

The work to be accomplished is to work with the Potentiallly Responsible Parties to resolve comments on the draft Feasibility Study and determine the appropriate remedy for the site by performing Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study activities which address contamination associated with former pesticide disposal operations.
$328,67810/01/199712/31/2009
99275201City of Jersey CityBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - CITY OF JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Jersey City to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$200,00010/01/199709/30/2010
99268501City of Niagara Falls New YorkBROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT - CITY OF NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Niagara Falls, New York, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$350,00010/01/199712/31/2010
99877301UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE, POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPEC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funds to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality to continue the management and oversight of the Remedial Design activities at the Flagstaff/Davenport Site and effectively implement the statutory requirement.This amendment will extend the project and budget period to 9/30/2011.
$2,209,00010/01/199706/30/2012
99126097Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND.

Capitalization Grant For Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund.
$12,558,80010/01/199709/30/2012
99275501City of TrentonTRENTON BROWNFIELD RLF INCREASE

Under this cooperative agreement, the City of Trenton, NJ will establish a Revolving Loan Fund with the intent to make loans to eligible entities to perform environmental cleanup of hazardous substances, pollutants, and contaminants at eligible brownfields sites. The Revolving Loan Fund is designed to provide financial resources to selected business owners or real estate developers engaged in cleanup of brownfields sites as part of economic expansion projects. "Brownfields" are properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substancesor other pollutants or contaminants.
$2,000,00010/01/199705/31/2015
99367405Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Mgmt AssocREGIONAL COOPERATION AND ASSISTANCE FOR CLEAN AIR ACT IMPLEMENTATION

FINAL ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT ACTION - FOR INTERNAL PURPOSES ONLY. Federal funds in the amount of $2,442.64 deobligated in accordance with revised final FSR dated July 17, 2005.
$704,25510/15/199711/30/2003
99986598HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-1998 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities. EPA funding in the amount of $12,558,800 is Hawaii's FY-98 allotment for this program.
$12,558,80012/05/199706/30/2006
00740498Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFY 98 CWA 319(H) PROGRAM

FY 98 CWA 319(H) Program to implement the nonpoint source management programs.
$2,390,60001/01/199809/30/2004
98433897NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNC DRINKING WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

The purpose of this grant is fund North Carolina's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Capitilization Grant.
$46,114,10001/01/199812/30/2005
00740798Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FY 98 NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT GRANT

Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) FY 98 Nonpoint Source Management Grant
$1,540,60001/01/199812/31/2005
99373506Ohio River Valley Water San CommOHIO RIVER WATERSHED POLLUTANT REDUCTION PROGRAM - PHASE VIII

This award provides $1,341,200 in Federal assistance to the recipient for Phase VIII of the Ohio River Watershed Pollution Reduction Program to include completion of river wide TMDLs and initiation of bacteria data collection.
$1,341,20001/01/199812/31/2008
44000197Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyRHODE ISLAND STATE REVOLVING FUND UNDER TITLE VI OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT

Rhode Island State Revolving Fund Under Title Vi Of The Clean Water Act
$4,127,10001/01/199801/01/2009
99367201VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - SALTVILLE WASTE DISPOSAL (RA OU2)

Funds will be used to conduct site visits, carry out general management of project, correspondence and data, support EPA in oversight of construction work and attend technical meetings during the remedial action phase of operable unit two at the Saltville Waste Disposal site. Operable unit two includes remediation of ponds five and six and ground water interception.
$29,67301/01/199812/31/2012
96127701Town of WaitsfieldTOWN OF WAITSFIELD WATER AND WASTEWATER PROJECT

Creation of a municipal Drinking water supply through construction of a storage tank and laying of drinking water pipeline.
$2,882,10001/01/199812/30/2015
99093801Chehalis Confederated TribesCONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE CHEHALIS RESERVATION - CLEAN AIR ACT 103, TRIBAL AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

Administrative termination of assistance agreement.
$61,87901/31/199801/30/2003
99368801VA Dept of Environmental QualityCORE PROGRAM

Funding will enable the recipient to continue the program management activities and to maintain the Superfund program information in accordance with EPA requirements. The Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP) activity will promote the continued development of the Virginia Voluntary Remediation Program, and develop a "how to" administrative and technical guidance manual to successfully navigate through the VRP.
$2,396,72202/01/199809/30/2004
98575601Great Lakes CommissionPROJECT - GREAT LAKES COMMISSION - CWA SECTION 104(B)(3) - MICHIGAN PUBLIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

Time Extension (Amendment)
To plan for the welfare and development of the water resources of the basin as a whole, as well as for those portion of the basin that may have problems of special concern.
$395,73002/15/199803/31/2005
98610901City of Baton RougeWASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

Coordination among multiple SCADA contracts and service providers, including software integration, communication system and control panel assembly/installation contracts.
$1,900,00002/15/199812/01/2014
00045098ID 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.
$1,270,50003/01/199812/31/2005
00039302Association 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.
$29,00003/17/199812/31/2011
99140501New Hampshire D.E.S.NH PLATING COMPANY

This funding allows the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to continue performing environmental sampling at the New Hampshire Plating Company Superfund Site in support of remedial action site monitoring needs.
$1,746,96203/23/199809/30/2008
99814998Fort Belknap Community CouncilWATER POLLUTION CONTROL ON THE FORT BELKNAP INDIAN RESERVATION

Water Pollution Control On The Fort Belknap Indian Reservation
$89,24904/01/199803/31/1999
98435598VA Polytechnic Inst/State UniversityEVALUATING FLOODPLAIN AND RIPARIAN ZONE RESTORATION ON FREQUENTLY FLOODED FARMLAND.

Increase of Funds (Supplemental). This action approves an INCREASE by $12,500 and an EXTENSION of the budget and project periods to December 31, 2003. This funding is needed to complete presentations and respond inquires on the results from the research on an analytical system for estimating the national benefits and costs of "non-structural" agricultural flood hazard management strategies and an application to the Yazoo and Sunflower River Basins.
$111,65104/01/199812/31/2005
99126401New England Water Works AssociationEMERGING SOLUTIONS

To provide training to states and public water suppliers on new technology for the control and protection of drinking water
$169,25504/01/199812/31/2005
99818798UT Department of Environmental Quality

To assist the recipient in implementing EPA approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$794,90004/01/199809/30/2006
99818698CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS.

To assist States in implementation of EPA approved Section 319 Nonpoint Source Program
$1,642,36604/01/199812/31/2006
98576801Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - CONTINENTAL STEEL SITE

This award is initiated to receive State funds for OU5 remedial activities for the Continental Steel Superfund Site.
$31,793,78704/01/199806/30/2008
99374202City of PhiladelphiaPM2.5 AIR MONITORING NETWORK

To plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standards.
$968,03904/10/199807/31/2004
99377502DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlPM2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING

To plan, develop, establish, improve and maintain adequate programs for the prevention and control of air pollution or implementation of national primary and secondary air quality standings.
$768,88704/10/199807/31/2004
00863098WY Department of Environmental Quality319 NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM FY98 - PROJECT GRANT

To assist the recipient in implementing EPA - approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$595,84704/15/199812/31/2005
98011301WA Dept of Fish and WildlifePRIORITY HABITAT AND SPECIES - PHASE II

Wetland
$32,51605/01/199806/30/2003
99811706MT Department of Environmental QualityWETLANDS PROTECTION

Agency assistance to protect, restore, and/or manage wetlands resources.
$389,06405/15/199812/30/2002
98011401City of RupertINFRASTRUCTURE GRANT PROGRAM

Construction of a water supply system - storage facility, new well, distribution lines and treatment.
To extend the project and budget periods on this agreement.
$2,000,00005/20/199806/30/2005
99279901VI Dept. of Planning and Natural ResourcesPM 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

A Cooperative Agreement to assist the Virgin Island Department of Planning and Natural Resources in the administration of the Particulate Matter 2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Network.
$265,69205/25/199809/30/2002
99992301Tahoe Regional Planning AgencyREGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVE -TAHOE INTEGRATED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TIIMS)

An electronic communication system will be developed by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) to support a collaborative public process for the Pathway 2007( P7) plan updates. The P7 plan updates include the Lake Tahoe TMDL, TRPA Regional Plan and USFS Basin Management Plan, which will provide a comprehensive environmental planning framework for the Lake Tahoe Basin. This project will provide the electronic piece of the communication framework that will be used to share technical information, collect comments and responses to planning documents and inform the negotiation and decision-making process for the adoption of these plans. This system will be a part of the Tahoe Integrated Information System (TIIMS) which is a web-based Tahoe Basin environmental information and data system currently being developed by a number of agencies in the basin.
$255,22505/29/199812/31/2006
99280201New York State Dept. of Economic Dev.MULTI-MEDIA COMPLIANCE GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR PERCHLOROETHYLENE DRY CLEANERS

A Grant Agreement to assist the New York State Department of Economic Development to produce a single document that will help perchloroethylene (PERC) dry cleaners understand and comply with relevant local, state and federal environmental requirements.
$5,82206/01/199806/30/2002
98578301Huron Regional Water AuthorityPROJECT - HURON REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY PROJECT FY 2001- SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

The proposed project is to construct a Water Treatment Plant which will be a 1.9 MGD ultra filtration water treatment facility to be located on a site along Spring Street in the Village of Port Austin, Michigan, the plant will have the capability to be expanded to treat a 3.8 MGD of portable water. In addition, the project is to complete a pipeline, the remaining (seven miles) of an existing pipeline started by a different grantee, for distribution to the communities of Port Austin and the City of Bad Axe.
$4,822,00006/01/199809/30/2005
99753301City of BurlingtonFY98 INFRASTRUCTURE - BURLINGTON

FY 98 Special Infrastructure - Burlington
$7,000,00006/16/199812/31/2005
98445998Jackson CountyCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award for Jackson County. Funds will be used for the construction of a 3.2 million gallon per day (MGD) water treatment plant and distribution system.
$12,000,00006/19/199806/30/2015
98022601AnchorageTRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND RADIONUCLIDES PROJECT

Traditional Knowledge And Radionuclides Project.
$674,22207/01/199812/31/2003
82715801Environmental Council of the StatesNEPPS AND STATE-EPA ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

To further the understanding and implementation of NEPPS and Core Measures in the State-Federal environmental protection partnership.
Increase of Funds (Supplemental)
$1,022,72607/01/199809/30/2005
99833698MT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE (NPS) PROJECTS

Agency assistance to assist the recipient in implementing EPA-approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$984,60007/01/199806/30/2006
99757397Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityFY 97 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

Budget & Project Period Extension
$12,824,00007/01/199806/30/2006
82689601Natural Res & Parks - Water & Land1 MW MOLTEN CARBONATE FUEL CELL DEMONSTRATION PLANT

To provide support for a demonstration by King County Washington's Dept. of Natural Resources to demonstrate the application of a 1 MW molten carbonate fuel cell power plant using gas produced by anaerobic digestion at a municipal wastewater treatment plant.
$8,571,00007/01/199805/31/2007
99177001Housatonic River InitiativeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

The Housatonic River Initiative (HRI) will use funds to help the community affected by the GE/ Pittsfield 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 HRI 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.
$200,00007/01/199806/30/2015
99888401Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal CouncilSUPERFUND PILOT PROJECT

Management Assistance for the Superfund Pilot Project
$588,69507/15/199807/15/2006
99888301Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal CouncilCORE PROJECT

This amendment is an increamental increase of the federal funds by $25,000 to allow the work of this project to continue under the approved workplan.
$317,88807/15/199809/30/2006
98024101AK Dept of Environ ConservTO SUPPORT WATER AND WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE

To Support Water And Wastewater Construction Projects Authorized By The State Legislature
$13,960,50007/15/199806/30/2007
99290601City of Utica New YorkBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - CITY OF UTICA, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Utica, New York, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$350,00007/20/199809/30/2005
98024701Suquamish TribeV-980247-01, SUQUAMISH TRIBE: SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR WYCKOFF/EAGLE HARBOR

Tribal participation at the Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund Site.
$72,63508/01/199806/30/2003
99379501Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Mgmt DistLAKE WALLENPAUPACK WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management Program.
$2,200,00008/01/199809/30/2006
99751701Pulaski County Sewer District No 1PULASKI COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

The Pulaski County Sewer District No. 1 special infrastructure grant was authorized to provide sewer systems for areas of the county currently served by inadequate septic systems. In each case, the sewage would be transported by a new interceptor or pump station and force main to an existing wastewater treatment plant.
$5,000,00008/01/199812/31/2007
98909101City of Las Vegas Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC REDEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE

This amendment extends the project and budget period end dates to December 31, 2004. There is no change to the total EPA approved amount of $350,000.
$350,00008/13/199812/31/2005
98035301AK Dept of Environ ConservTERMINATION OF GRANT "PRELIMINARY FIELD REVIEW TO CONDUCT WATER QUALITY MONITORING."

Pursuant to 40 CFR 31, this amendment terminates this grant in its entirety by mutual consent of the parties. The costs incurred by the grantee in the amount of $3,989 have been repaid in full to EPA and no other payment is due.
$008/15/199807/31/2000
99290701City of Ogdensburg New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT - CITY OF OGDENSBURG, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Ogdensburg, New York to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$200,00008/15/199808/14/2006
99290801County of Niagara New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - COUNTY OF NIAGARA, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with Niagara County, New York to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$750,00008/15/199809/30/2010
99889801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSPECIAL STUDIES - TMDL DEVELOPMENT

Provide support for Colorado WQ Control Division for analysis of Pathogen samples in support of TMDL development. Mosquito Creek
$51,31608/17/199801/31/2005
98017901Coeur d'Alene TribeV-980179-0: COEUR D'ALENE TRIBE

Participation in the Coeur d'Alene Basin Restoration Project.

NOTE: Tamara Langton (206) 553-2709 is the Administrative EPA Project Officer; Maryjane Nearman (206) 553-6642 is the Technical EPA Project Officer.
$913,29408/24/199803/31/2005
99996701Humboldt Bay HRC DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - HUMBOLDT BAY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The grantee will develop a comprehensive management and conservation plan for the Humboldt Bay ecosystem and its associated wetlands. A wetland/watershed approach will be used.
$202,30408/24/199803/31/2006
99996701Humboldt Bay HRC DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - HUMBOLDT BAY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The grantee will develop a comprehensive management and conservation plan for the Humboldt Bay ecosystem and its associated wetlands. A wetland/watershed approach will be used.
$202,30408/24/199803/31/2006
98453198KY Environmental and Public Protection CabinetHARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

This Hardship grant program is to provide planning, design & construction of publicly owned treatment works to provide service to rural communities of 3000 or less, currently not served by any collection system and are severely economically disadvantaged.
$1,364,40008/31/199807/31/2006
99157301City of New BedfordCONSTRUCTION OF WASTEWATER COLLECTION, PUMPING, AND TREATMENT FACILITIES, AND IMPACT MITIGATION PROJ

Per your application request dated May 31, 2002, this amendment is to extend the project period and budget period end dates to assist in completing the construction of Waste water collection, pumping,and treatment facilities.
$1,202,04109/01/199812/31/2002
82718101Tribal Assn on Solid Waste & Emer. Res.TRIBAL ASSOCIATION FOR SOLID WASTE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

This project provides training and technical assistance to help them develop their own programs to manage solid waste, address and renew property that may be complicated by contaminants, undertake emergency response activities related to hazardous wastes, and manage and maintain underground storage tanks.
$3,640,00009/01/199803/30/2005
98565598Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementCEP - FY1999 SAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This no-cost amendment extends the budget and project periods to August 30, 2004. Please see attached terms and conditions.
$25,712,10009/01/199808/30/2005
82671001Regents of the University of MichiganFDP - MICHIGAN CENTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND CHILDREN'S HEALTH

To provide an environment for multi-disciplinary interactions among basic, clinical, and behavioral scientists interested in establishing outstanding state-of-the art research programs addressing environmental contributions to children's health and disease.
$3,712,81509/01/199808/31/2005
82689701Arizona State UniversityNATIONAL CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER

To support a study to enhance efforts directed at establishing the efficacy and sustainability of using a combination of wetlands and infiltration/subsurface treatment (as Soil Aquifer Treatment) leading to indirect potable water reuse.
$3,837,80009/01/199808/31/2005
82644001Sam Houston State UniversityTEXAS REGIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Environmental Technology Development and Commericalization Center (ETDCC) will provide an unbiased commercial assessment of new technologies that have been previously validated by laboratory testing.
$2,181,56309/01/199808/31/2005
98453298Glynn Environmental Coalition Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This project provides funds to a qualified non-profit citizens group affected by a Superfund Site listed or proposed for the National Priorities List (NPL) to hire an independent technical advisor(s) to review information generated as a result of the cleanup activities at the Terry Creek Dredge Spoil Areas/Hercules Outfall Superfund site in Gainesville, Florida, and disseminate this information to the affected citizens.
$70,00009/01/199802/28/2015
98448298Glynn Environmental Coalition Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT (TAG) FOR COMMUNITY GROUPS AT NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST (NPL) SITES.

This assistance agreement provides financial assistance to qualified citizen groups affected by a Superfund site listed or proposed for the National Priorities List (NPL) to hire independent technical advisors(s) to review information generated as a result of cleanup activities at the site and disseminate this information to the affected community.
$143,00009/01/199802/28/2015
99884697WY State Loan & Investment BoardSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long term source of funding for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$12,558,80009/01/199809/30/2018
98454797Kentucky Infrastructure AuthorityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

KY Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Grant. This action approves an EXTENSION to the project/budget to September 30, 2003.
$12,558,80009/03/199806/30/2007
98448998University of FloridaMULTI-MEDIA SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANT

The purpose of this supplemental funding is to provide resources for the University to continue its work in promoting more efective environmental management including the protection of ecosystems through the application of better geospatial information analysis to decision processes on land and water use. At the same time we are extending the budget and project periods to September 15, 2003.
$401,88809/15/199809/15/2004
99179501New Hampshire D.E.S.ONE STOP ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING AND INFORMATION ACCESS PROGRAM.

This amendment approves a project and budget period extension. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain in full force and effect.
$500,13609/15/199806/30/2005
98912401CA Dept of Health ServicesSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The purpose of this program is to capitalize California's program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. This grant also provides assistance for a number of "set-aside" programs such as program administration, state drinking water capacity development program, techncial assistance to small systems and implementation of a source water protection loan program.
$75,682,60009/15/199806/30/2006
98609301City of AustinCITY OF AUSTIN BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

This amendment increases EPA funding by $150,000. The total award is now $350,000. The budget and project periods have been extended to 09/30/2004. Administrative Condition No. 19 has been added. Programmatic Conditions 1 and 2 have been added.
$350,00009/16/199812/31/2006
98446898NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesHARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

EXTENSION - This action approves a one year budget and project extension to August 31, 2004. The extension is needed for the completion of project tasks.
$2,692,10009/18/199808/31/2007
99986599HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities.
$7,121,30009/24/199809/30/2008
99182701Town of MethuenBROWNFIELDS PILOT

Brownfields Pilot
$2,99909/30/199812/31/2003
98434898Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

Wetlands Technical Assistance Project. This project will develop multiple use management plans for landowners.
$52,24509/30/199809/30/2004
98434898Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife ResourcesWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

Wetlands Technical Assistance Project. This project will develop multiple use management plans for landowners.
$52,24509/30/199809/30/2004
99191601City of New BritainBROWNFIELDS PILOT

Time extension to 7/31/03 per your application dated 6/24/02.
$200,00009/30/199811/30/2004
99115101City of Fall RiverWASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

Various projects and equipment associated with combined sewer overflow abatement and control.
$1,054,70809/30/199806/30/2005
99899801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSUMMITVILLE MINE OU4 SITE-WIDE RECLAMATION, EROSION CONTROL, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT, SOIL AMENDMENT

To continue the support to the Summitville Mine OU4 work.
$26,700,00009/30/199809/30/2007
98461898FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionHARDSHIP GRANTS PROGRAM FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

Time Extension (Amendment). This action approves an EXTENSION of the budget and project periods to March 30, 2004. The Program has determined that the extension is resonable and necessary to complete required deliverables.
$1,510,70009/30/199810/01/2007
99896501City of EvanstonBROWNFIELDS PILOT

This amendment is to increase funds to continue work on the Brownfields Pilot.
$375,00009/30/199809/30/2008
72000197Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardFFY 1997 PUERTO RICO STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This agreement is for a capitalization grant which provides funds for Puerto Rico's Clean Water State Revolving Fund program to provide low interest financing to recipients for costs associated with the planning, design, and construction of eligible water quality improvement and protection projects throughout the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The objectives are to establish and manage an effective comprehensive Water Pollution and Control Revolving Funds program and to maintain a self-sustaining revolving fund so as to improve and protect water quality and public health.
$8,110,80009/30/199809/30/2014
98036601Eek Traditional CouncilDEVELOPING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY AND TECHNICAL ABILITY TO ADDRESS WASTE MANAGEMENT

Developing Tribal Environmental Capacity And Technical Ability To Address Waste Management
$55,60510/01/199809/30/2000
99291198Puerto Rico Environmental Quality BoardV & M ALBALADEJO SITE - SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study activities of the V & M Albaladejo Superfund site. This includes the oversight of investigative work being performed by the Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) or their contractors, reviewing information collected by either PRPs, EPA or their contractors and documents prepared by PRPs, EPA, and their contractors, and attending site-related meetings.
$25,00010/01/199809/30/2000
99297301Seneca Nation of IndiansAIR PROGRAM INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Grant Agreement to assist the Seneca Nation of Indians in developing an air program infrastructure; source assessment; gathering resource information and tribal air evaluation.
$108,35610/01/199812/31/2001
98037601Native Village of EmmonakNATIVE VILLAGE OF EMMONAK - IGAP

Develop Tribal Environmental Capacity
$332,50010/01/199809/30/2002
98039201Native Village of ElimGA-980392-01 - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECT

CHANGES: Increase Funds and Revise Administrative Condition
$287,06510/01/199809/30/2002
98024001Mentasta Traditional CouncilGA-980240-01 - MENTASTA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL

General Assistance Program - To continue capacity building through training and program development.
$290,55410/01/199809/30/2002
98606201Miami Tribe of OklahomaBUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY - GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP)

Building a functioning environmental infrastructure to progressively continue the organization of environmental concerns for the tribe.
$354,83210/01/199809/30/2002
98026201Circle Village CouncilCIRCLE VILLAGE COUNCIL -TAKING CARE OF MOTHER EARTH

$243,56310/01/199809/30/2002
98601701Otoe-Missouria Tribe of OklahomaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - CONTINUE BUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY

This grant will provide a Tribal Environmental Office to build capacity for the Tribe to operate an environmental program to protect and preserve the environment in Indian Country.
$418,00410/01/199809/30/2002
98606501Wyandotte Tribe of OklahomaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP) CONTINUE BUILDING TRIBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY

This grant will provide a Tribal Environmental Office to build capacity for the Tribe to operate an environmental program to protect and preserve the environment in Indian Country.
$388,13910/01/199809/30/2002
99274801City of Yonkers New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT - CITY OF YONKERS, NEW YORK

Brownfields Assessment Pilot Cooperative Agreement - City of Yonkers , NY. This is a Cooperative Agreement for a Pilot program through which the City will assess brownfields sites in the Alexander Street Waterfront area.
$186,74410/01/199812/31/2002
98912901Tahoe Ctr for a Sustainable FutureCWA 104 (B)(3) - TAHOE ENVIRONMENTAL HOTLINE - RA FUNDS

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates from June 30, 2002 to June 30, 2003. There is no change to the EPA assistance amount of $10,000.

Terms and condition numbered 1 through 9 of the previous assistance agreements, awarded September 23, 1998, July 13, 1999, June 30, 2000, and July 2, 2001 remain in full force and effect.
$10,00010/01/199806/30/2003
98015501Suquamish TribeX-980155-01: SUQUAMISH TRIBAL AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

& Model Tribal Indoor Air Quality Project for Tribes of Washington State
$417,89310/01/199809/30/2003
99126701Montachusett Regional Planning CommissionMONTACHUSETT REGION - BROWNFIELD REUSE INITIATIVE.

Montachusett Region - Brownfield Reuse Initiative.
$350,00010/01/199812/31/2003
99897601UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97010/01/199806/30/2004
99897601UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97010/01/199806/30/2004
98800301Montana State University-Bozeman-CulbertsonDISCOVER A WATERSHED

The Missouri Project Is A Watershed Education Program Focused On The Missouri River Basin.
$107,94610/01/199806/30/2004
98564001Michigan Department of Environmental QualityMDEQ - VCP/BROWNFIELDS

This action will provide funds to Michigan DEQ for Fiscal Year 2003, for continued efforts on the Voluntary Cleanup & Brownfield Superfund program.
$1,495,60710/01/199809/30/2004
99399701Town of ShenandoahBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to identify effective strategies for environmentally assessing and redeveloping the Big Gem Furnace site.
$241,11210/01/199809/30/2004
99399006Center for the Inland BaysDE CENTER FOR THE INLAND BAYS

This amendment carries over Federal funds of $77,120 from CE-993990-05 in accordance with the final FSR submitted December 18, 2003 and updates award conditions to carry out projects under the National Estuary Program in support of Comprehensive Conservation Management Plans.
$502,43610/01/199809/30/2004
99296501Middlesex County Improvement AuthorityBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT - MIDDLESEX COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the Middlesex County Improvement Authority, New Jersey to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$194,72510/01/199809/30/2004
99103901New Hampshire Off. of Energy and PlanningBROWNFIELDS PILOT PROJECT - COASTAL WATERSHED ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP AND SITE REUSE.

This amendment (#3) awards additional dollars and extends the project and budget period to 6/30/04. Recipient Project Manager is changed to Joanne McLughlin. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain in full force and effect.
$397,70310/01/199809/30/2004
99397401County of NorthamptonBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to conduct inventory and prioritize brownfield sites to select the best sites in which to perform assessments.
$199,81010/01/199809/30/2004
98039501Tri-County Metro. Trans. Dist of ORTRI-MET BROWNFIELDS PILOT - SOUTH/NORTH LIGHT RAIL PROJECT

This No-Cost Amendment EXTENDS THE PROJECT AND BUDGET PERIODS to DECEMBER 31, 2004 and approves the revision to the work plan dated November 19, 2002. The terms of Programmatic Condition #19 apply to the revised work plan. This amendment also changes the Grant Specialist to Bob Phillips.
$115,19510/01/199812/31/2004
98005898AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization Of The Alaska Drinking Water Fund
$10,022,30010/01/199801/31/2005
99103401City of MiddletownMIDDLETOWN RIVERFRONT REVITALIZATION PROJECT.

Middletown Riverfront Revitalization Project.
$189,05510/01/199803/30/2005
99129601City of BrocktonBROWNFIELDS PILOT PROGRAM

Brownfields Site Assessment Pilot
$309,85710/01/199803/30/2005
98451198South FL Regional Planning CouncilBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/03. This extension is necessary to allow the SFRPC to complete some final activities of their grant project.
$600,00010/01/199803/31/2005
98029501City of PortlandBP-980295-01, BROWNFIELD COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT: CITY OF PORTLAND BROWNFIELD SHOWCASE (PBS)

Portland Liveable Community Showcase Project and North Macadam Project
$840,93810/01/199806/01/2005
98908001City of Colton Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELD ECONOMIC REDEVELOPMENT PILOT PROJECT

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period ending dates from January 30, 2004 to March 31, 2005. All terms and conditions remain the same. There is no change to the total EPA assistance amount of $200,000. The purpose of this project is to perform site assessments for the Brownfields Economic Redevelopment Initiative.
$200,00010/01/199806/30/2005
98617901Bernalillo CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT PROGRAM

This amendment increases Federal funding by $150,000 for continued characterization and redevelopment of county properties for both community improvement and open space enhancement.
$350,00010/01/199806/30/2005
82795401OR Dept. of Environ. QualityLA PINE NATIONAL DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER DEMONSTRATION PROJECT - NATIONAL ONSITE WASTEWATER TREATME

La Pine National Decentralized Wastewater Demonstration Project - National Onsite Wastewater Treatme
$5,500,00010/01/199806/30/2005
98917001Washoe Tribe of NV & CALEVIATHAN MINE - SUPERFUND SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This amendment extends the budget and project period ending dates from June 30, 2005 to July 31, 2005 and continues to support the Leviathan Mine Site. The program is allowable under CERCLA which provides for the inclusion and involvement of federally recognized tribes in implementing the Superfund Program. This agreement will allow the Washoe Tribe to have meaningful involvement in the remedial activities and response for the Leviathan Mine. This includes review and comment on documents generated and development of scenarios for health and ecological assessments. Terms and conditions from previous award remain the same.
$290,00010/01/199807/31/2005
99271302Suffolk County Department of Health ServicesPECONIC LAND COVER/STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROJECT

Develop a comprehensive stormwater management strategy for the Peconic Estuary watershed.
$73,45610/01/199808/31/2005
99465799NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER QUALITY NPS IMPLEMENTATION - SEC. 319(H)

This amendmend hereby extends the budget and project period to December 31, 2004 to complete the Bacterial Source Tracking Project.
$4,642,60010/01/199809/30/2005
99297001County of Ulster New YorkBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PILOT - COUNTY OF ULSTER, NEW YORK

A Cooperative Agreement with the County of Ulster, New York, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$350,00010/01/199809/30/2005
99187999Rhode Island D.E.M.PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT FOR WATER PROGRAMS.

This amendment extends the project and budget periods.
$2,440,14210/01/199809/30/2005
98918901Tohono O'Odham NationBROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC REDEVELOPMENT

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates to September 30, 2003. There is no change to the EPA assistance amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/01/199809/30/2005
99500899Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementCEP - IDEM - CWA SECTION 319(H) NON POINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM/GROUNDWATER - FY 99

This non-monetary action changes the Scope of Work. Please see attached terms and conditions.
$4,477,20010/01/199809/30/2005
99465799NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesWATER QUALITY NPS IMPLEMENTATION - SEC. 319(H)

This amendmend hereby extends the budget and project period to December 31, 2004 to complete the Bacterial Source Tracking Project.
$4,642,60010/01/199809/30/2005
99762997Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY 97 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

FY 97 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program
$21,857,60010/01/199809/30/2005
99124001Maine D.E.P.BIOASSESSMENT AND BIOCRITERIA DEVELOPMENT

Aquatic Life Use Development Support Nutrient Criteria - Coastal.
$228,00010/01/199809/30/2005
98616701Rio Grande Council of GovernmentsRIO GRANDE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Rio Grande Council of Governments Brownfields Redevelopment Program
$350,00010/01/199809/30/2005
99500699Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyCWA SECTION 319 - NONPOINT SOURCE PROJECTS AND CLEAN WATER ACTION PLAN FY 99 PASS THROUGH

This action is in response to the recipient's request dated March 30, 2004 and revised on August 23, 2004. Terms and Conditions remain the same.
Time Extension (Amendment)
$3,672,00010/01/199812/31/2005
98455698City of CharlestonBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action also approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/03. The extension will allow the City of Charleston to take advantage of revitalization and planning opportunities for the Romney Landfill property.
$350,00010/01/199803/30/2006
98800001North Dakota Department of HealthSPECIAL STUDIES - TMDL

North Dakota development of Lake TMDL and Missouri River/Lake Oahe Nutrient.
$134,80010/01/199804/30/2006
98546001City of YpsilantiBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT PILOT - CITY OF YPSILANTI

This action approves a budget and project period extension through December 31, 2003. This extension will allow the City of Yspilanti to continue its efforts in redevelopment of brownfield sites in the Water Street Redevelopment area. This action also changes the payment method from 'ACH' to 'ASAP'.
$350,00010/01/199806/30/2006
98618701City of GalvestonPILOT BROWNFIELDS

Goal to encourage and build incentives for sustainable redevelopment of economically and environmentally distressed areas of the Enterprise Zone and the community.
$400,00010/01/199807/31/2006
99397201City of HagerstownBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to fund the technical assistance required to inventory and evaluate brownfield sites, conduct environmental and engineering studies of selected sites, facilitate and coordinate community participation, identify legal and regulatory obstacles to redevelopment, assist with the development of remediation and redevelopment strategies for selected sites, and evaluate performance of Pilot.
$200,00010/01/199809/30/2006
99399601City of WheelingBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used for environmental studies on candidate sites, perform market analysis, coordinate public information and community participation, identify and leverage financial incentives/resources to achieve redevelopment, and to administer an evaluate the Pilot program.
$200,00010/01/199809/30/2006
99765401Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES PRE-REMEDIAL BROWNFIELDS TARGETED ASSESSMENTS

This cooperative agreement enables MDNR to create inventories of properties (mostly past mining activities), provide community outreach, and offer assistance for Phase 1 and 2 assessments and for restoration and cleanup plans.
$525,00010/01/199809/30/2006
98913301San Joaquin CountyLOCAL AGENCY GROUNDWATER PROTECTION

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end dates from December 31, 2001 to December 31, 2005. All terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. There is no change in the total EPA assistance amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/199810/01/2006
99398701City of ReadingBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to conduct inventory and prioritize brownfield sites to select the best sites in which to perform assessments.
$200,00010/01/199812/31/2006
98458698Escambia County Board of CommissionersBROWNFIELD PILOTS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This action approves an increase in the amount of $150,000 for the continuation of site contamination study and work with government agencies and the private sector to develop an incentive strategy to support redevelopment of the area. This action also approves an extension to the project and budget period to 9/30/04.
$450,00010/01/199809/30/2007
99398201DC Department of the EnvironmentBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

Funds will be used to assess brownfield sites, include the community in re-use decisions and site results, and determine extent of problem in the City.
$350,00010/01/199809/30/2008
99296401City of Atlantic CityBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT - ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with Atlantic City, New Jersey, to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$200,00010/01/199809/30/2008
99291098New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP REMEDIAL PLANNING SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the studies and design leading to eventual clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of study and design work being done by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or by the parties responsible for the contamination. The oversight includes reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings.
$2,716,90010/01/199809/30/2008
99290998New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP REMEDIAL ACTION SUPPORT AGENCY ASSISTANCE

This agreement funds the participation of the recipient in reviewing, developing, and overseeing the clean-up of a number of Superfund sites in New Jersey. This includes the oversight of clean-up work being done by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or by the parties responsible for the contamination. The oversight includes reviewing information and documents, and attending site-related meetings.
$1,160,48210/01/199809/30/2008
99295201City of Long BranchBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT - CITY OF LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Long Branch, New Jersey to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$200,00010/01/199812/31/2008
99176701Town of MiltonWASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AND SEWERS PROJECT

This amendment includes a budget revision, Increase to Scope of work and a project and budget period extension thru 12-31-07
$3,000,00010/01/199812/31/2008
99296601City of PatersonBROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT PILOT - CITY OF PATERSON, NJ

A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Paterson, New Jersey to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$200,00010/01/199803/30/2009
98616401Texas Commission on Environmental QualitySUPERFUND BLOCK FUNDING PROJECT (PILOT)

Management Assistance activities are those activities conducted by the recipient to ensure its meaningful and substantial involvement. These activities include RI field activities with oversight, reviewing and commenting on technical reports, attending technical and public meetings and ensuring that remedial activities are completed in accordance with ARARS. Activities are listed as remedial investigations (RI), feasibility studies (FS), human health and ecological risk assessments (HERA), records of decision (ROD), remedial design (RD), five year reviews, and NPL deletion. These activities are activities that are to remediate hazardous waste sites and restore land for safe and productive use, as is stated in the EPA Strategic Plan objective 3.2.2.

This Cooperative Agreement is to provide Management Assistance funding to TCEQ for the Jones Road Site Only. All other sites previously listed on this Cooperative Agreement have been moved to a separate Agreement. This will be the last active budget period for this CA. CA will close out in FY09 and a new CA will be initiated, if needed.
$6,057,98010/01/199812/31/2009
98209101Onondaga Environmental InstituteONONDAGA ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTE - FFY98 APPROPRIATIONS ACT GRANT

Continued clean water improvements to Onondaga Lake consistent with the December 1998 Onondaga Lake Management Conference related to habitat enhancement, non-point source pollution reduction, public education and the management of these projects. The results of these projects will help develop the best approaches to improve the water quality of Onondaga Lake.
$3,536,00010/01/199812/31/2009
99289901Hudson CountyBROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT - HUDSON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

A Cooperative Agreement with the County of Hudson, New Jersey to assess local "brownfields" properties, or properties whose expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substances or other pollutants or contaminants, so that planning may be done to address the contamination.
$400,00010/01/199809/30/2011
98460198TN Dept of Environment and ConservationSUPERFUND STATE POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC

Superfund State Site-Specific (Remedial)

Time Extension (Amendment); This assistance agreement provides funding to the State of Tennessee to be used for Remedial Design(RD) and Remedial Action (RA) oversight of a Potential Responsible Party (PRP) cleanup of contaminated groundwater at the American Creosote Superfund Site in Jackson, Tennessee. This support comes in the form of document reviews and comments, consultations, meeting attendance and field inspections during the remedial action response. This extension is necessary in order to address additional areas of concern that have been identified at the site. The following is a justification to support the attached waiver for Superfund Cooperative Agreement project duration: Under this CA, the site remedial action took place in 1999-2000. Since that time, site sampling is conducted to determine the effectiveness of the remedy. This includes off-site groundwater monitoring as well as on-site sampling. In addition, EPA recommended that a risk assessment of present risks be completed to determine if further remedial action may be warranted.
$4,037,00010/01/199806/30/2013
98953501City of LovelockSPECIAL APPROPRIATION - SEWER LINE REHABILITATION

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period ending dates to December 31, 2004. All terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. There is no change in the total EPA assistance amount of $1,305,000.
$1,305,00010/02/199812/31/2004
99895301Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaDEVELOP AND MAINTAIN UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM INCLUDING RECEIVING TRAINING, PROVIDE OUTREACH

To conduct tribal compliance assistance activities in Indian country for facilities with Underground Storage Tanks (UST) containing a petroleum product in order to prevent groundwater contamination.
$123,87310/08/199809/30/2004
82675501Environmental Law InstituteECON. AND POLICY TOOLS TO INTEGRATE ENVIRON. PROT. ECON. AND OBJ.

Conduct basic economic and public policy research on a variety of topics concerning environmental pollution control for the purpose of providing improved knowledge and understanding of them. In particular, study the interrelationships between environmental pollution control regulation and other social and economic goals, global environmental pollution control issues, non-regulatory approaches to cost-effective achievement of environmental pollution control goals, and technology and the factors that spur and hinder research, investment, and technological development in the environmental pollution control arena.
$1,832,35510/19/199806/30/2005
98628901Brownsville Public Utilities BoardENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES & FACILITIES DESIGN-BROWNSVILLE WEIR & RESERVOIR PROJECT

This amendment extends the budget and project periods from 10/21/1998 - 12/31/2001 to 10/21/1998 - 12/31/2005. The award remains $2,500,000 (Federal). Condition No. 15 has been added.
$2,500,00010/21/199812/30/2011
82684201The National Academies National Research CouncilHEALTH RISKS FROM EXPOSURE TO LOW LEVELS OF IONIZING RADIATION (BEIR VII), PHASE 2

This project will update the National Academy of Sciences 1990 report on the Health Effects of Exposures to Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation.
$1,283,93510/30/199803/31/2006
99792201Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesFY00 MDNR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

Phosphorous Removal Efforts in Southwestern Missouri communities consisting of the construction of wastewater treatment plant improvements to provide phosphorous removal facilities in communities with a total population of less than 50,000 which discharge wastewater treatment plant effluent into the Table Rock Lake Watershed.
$5,226,40011/23/199809/30/2007
99399901VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE (REMOVAL OU5)

Funds will be used to complete the non-time-critical removal activities at the L.A. Clarke (Removal Operable Unit Five) site.
$39,45111/23/199809/30/2013
82802801WV University Research CorporationNATIONAL ONSITE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT V

Demonstrate alternative, decentralized wastewater approaches and management concepts for addressing wastewater needs in low-income, rural areas.
$1,250,00012/01/199809/30/2006
98911199HI Dept of HealthNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding for the State's implementation of the Nonpoint source management program ($4,000 of EPA funds has been set-aside for an intermittent IPA position).
$1,559,70012/15/199812/31/2005
98463299Oak Ridge Communities AlliedTECHNICAL ASSISTANT GRANT

This action approves an extension to the project and budget period to 6/30/03. This extension is necessary for the grantee to complete a series of activities related to this project.
$45,31512/21/199806/30/2003
99108502Connecticut Department of Public HealthTSCA TITLE IV LEAD PROGRAM

Tsca Title Iv Lead Program
$393,97901/01/199912/31/1999
82725101Oregon State UniversityNATIONAL PESTICIDE MEDICAL MONITORING PROGRAM

Increase of Funds - To provide clinical toxicology information and laboratory services in cases of pesticide exposure.
$800,49701/01/199903/31/2006
82725101Oregon State UniversityNATIONAL PESTICIDE MEDICAL MONITORING PROGRAM

Increase of Funds - To provide clinical toxicology information and laboratory services in cases of pesticide exposure.
$800,49701/01/199903/31/2006
99108301Maine D.E.P.TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR MAINE TMDL DEVELOPMENT

The purpose of this project amendment is to support the development of TMDLs in Maine. This amendment is for an extension of time only.
$352,12501/01/199909/30/2007
00178099Connecticut 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.
$1,276,75901/01/199912/31/2007
99157001Vermont D.E.C.SUPERFUND NPL SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this Superfund National Priorities List (NPL) Support Agency amendment is to ensure meaningful and substantial involvement by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation during the different phases of remedial activities at the National Priorities List (NPL) sites. This may include monitoring the progress of activities at the sites, reviewing and commenting on significant documents, attending meetings, site visits, and providing information and assistance to EPA.
$632,93001/01/199909/30/2008
99515001Northeastern Illinois Planning CommissionKANE COUNTY ILLINOIS ADVANCED IDENTIFICATION OF WETLANDS (ADID) PROJECT.

The grant will help to assess the quantity and quality of wetlands and streams in Kane County, Illinois and provide information which can be used by the county and other local planners for furthering wetland and stream protection in the area.
$201,24402/01/199911/15/2004
00045099ID 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.
$2,466,20002/01/199906/30/2006
82727201Adirondack Lakes Survey CorporationPUBLIC REPORT DESCRIBING THE CHEMICAL STATUS OF 52 REPRESENTATIVE ADIRONDACK WATERS-

To interpret and distribute data in a timely manner regarding chemical and biological changes and trends occurring in the Adirondack monitoring waters and also provide a report describing the LTM project.
$75,00002/10/199906/30/2005
99516801Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesTMDL TOOLS DEVELOPMENT: PHASE II

This project is for Phase III of the TMDL development for Pine Creek and measuring nonpoint source management success in selected small watersheds in the Mississippi River Basin.
$301,36503/01/199909/30/2003
82731601Counterpart International Inc.ENVIRON. ED., TRNING, AND TECH. ASSIST IN NIS

This project aims to improve air quality, as well as other environmental concerns, in countries of the former Soviet Union by providing their national and state government officials with environmental education on risk-based decision making.
$2,629,47903/01/199912/31/2005
99159001New Hampshire D.E.S.SUPERFUND NPL SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This amendment will provide additional site-specific funding to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services for National Priorities Listing (NPL) Support Agency activities. National Priorities Listing (NPL) Support Agency activities ensure meaningful and substantial involvement by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services during the different phases of remedial activities at National Priorities Listing (NPL) sites.
$1,176,38403/01/199906/30/2008
99768501Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentHARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

Hardship Grant Program For Rural Communities
$651,40003/04/199912/31/2008
00863099WY Department of Environmental Quality319 NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM - PROJECT GRANT

To assist States in implementing EPA-approved Section 319 nonpoint source management program.
$1,571,80003/08/199912/31/2006
99818699CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSECTION 319 NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS.

To assist the recipient in implementing EPA - approved Section 319 nonpoint source management activities.
$2,000,20003/15/199903/31/2007
99920401Water Infrastructure Finance AuthHARDSHIP GRANTS PROGRAM FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

The objective of the project is to provide assistance for planning, design and construction of publicly owned treatment works which will provide wastewater services to rural communities that are currently not served by any sewage collection or wastewater treatment system, and are severely econimically disadvantaged.
$444,50003/15/199906/30/2009
98623601Texas Water Development BoardRURAL COMMUNITIES HARDSHIP GRANTS PROGRAM

The Rural Hardship Grant Program offers a combination of 50% grant and 50% Clean Water State Revolving loan funds to eligible communities.
$2,942,60003/19/199908/31/2010
99390099WV Dept of Health & Human ResourcesWEST VIRGINIA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To continue capitalization of the West Virginia Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund to provide a long term source of financing for construction of drinking water treatment facilities, and to support administration of the DWSRF program and other set-aside activities.
$14,585,10003/22/199912/31/2005
98804001UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE, POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award will provide funding to Utah Department of Environmental Quality to support and complete the tasks and activities related to the revised Feasibility Study, Record of Decision and oversight of the Removal at Operable Unit #2 of the Jacobs Smelter Superfund Site. Time Extension. This extension is needed to alllow the State to finalize the proposed remedy plan and develop the Record of Decision for the Jacobs Smelter Site.
$2,421,25503/22/199909/30/2016
98464199United South and Eastern Tribes Inc.UNITED SOUTH & EASTERN TRIBES - PEER REVIEW

PEER Review program and other capacity building activities for member tribes of USET, Inc.
$102,01504/01/199909/30/2004
99257499NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

To provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA. The recipient will carry out a State program of environmental goals that will monitor and improve water quality in accordance with the requirements of the Clean Water Act
$11,362,78204/01/199903/31/2006
98209399NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationNEW YORK WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

his agreement enables the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to carry out its water quality management planning program to improve and maintain the quality of rivers, lakes, streams and other waterbodies throughout the state. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will provide 40% of this award to regional public comprehensive planning organizations or interstate organizations for the development and implementation of local plans for carrying out the water quality management program. This program will increase public awareness and understanding of protecting and improving water quality.
$4,012,02404/01/199903/31/2006
00295601NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationHAZARDOUS WASTE SITE INVENTORY PROGRAM - BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT & VCP SITE SUPPORT

The objective of this Cooperative Agreement is to identify hazardous substances and plan for response actions to address them. The objective will be met by the completion of Targeted Brownfields Assessments at selected Brownfields sites.
$1,625,00004/01/199909/30/2006
99818799UT Department of Environmental QualityNONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Implementation Activities To Control Human Inducednon-Point Source Pollution
$1,393,59204/01/199909/30/2006
99544201Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementPROJECT - IDEM - RURAL HARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

To capitalize Indiana's Hardship Grants Program for Rural Communities.
$1,398,10004/01/199903/30/2007
00264601NYS Dept of Environmental ConservationSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM - VOLUNTARY CLEANUP PROGRAM

This Cooperative Agreement provides funds to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to perform non-site-specific Core Program activities related to the Voluntary Cleanup Program.
$1,792,56304/01/199909/30/2007
98923801City of San DiegoWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - COASTAL LOW FLOW STORM DRAIN DIVERSION PROJECT

Coastal Low Flow Storm Diversion-Phase II & III; Mission Bay Storm Diversion-Phase I & II
The objective of the project is to minimize pollution of the San Diego beaches resulting from dry season run-off discharging directly onto the coast line. The project includes planning, design, and construction of Coastal Low Flow Diversion Facilities at 17 diversion sites in San Diego's La Jolla and Pacific Beach communities. Each diversion system includes a storm drain diversion structure, diversion pipes, an automated plug valve, and gravity flow (or pumped) which will pump runoff into the sanitary sewer for treatment at the Point Loma WWTP, rather than onto the coast line. During rain storms (i.e., wet weather), plug valves on the diversion pipes will close to prevent diversion of storm run-off to Point Loma WWTP and direct flows to existing storm drain outfalls. NEPA has been completed for this action and the FNSI signed on May 12, 2003. In addition, this action will fund planning & design for Phase III Coastal Low Flow Diversion Facilities and the Mission Bay Low Flow Diversion Project, as follows: planning & design for improvements & repairs for Phase I (17 sites) & Phase II (28 sites) and
implementation of improvements and repairs at Phase I (17 sites).
$1,305,00004/01/199912/31/2009
98177001Town of PownalNEW WASTEWATER COLLECTION, TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL SYSTEM

This project to the Town of Pownall is for the construction of a new municipal wastewater collection system and wastewater treatment facility
$9,082,00004/01/199912/31/2011
98804299North Dakota Department of HealthHARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

Hardship Grants, Help Small Disadvantaged Rural Communities Address Wastewater Needs.
$284,60004/19/199909/30/2008
99623606TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardFY99 CWA 319H NONPOINT SOURCE

FY99 CWA 319h Nonpoint Source
$4,457,92504/21/199908/31/2004
99166901New England Interstate WPCCWATER QUALITY PROJECTS

Water Quality Projects
Project and Budget Period Extension
$1,526,19604/23/199909/30/2007
98454798Kentucky Infrastructure AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

KY DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND. THIS ACTION APPROVES AN EXTENSION TO THE PROJECT/BUDGET PERIOD TO 9/30/03.
$10,851,60004/26/199909/30/2007
99767701Fremont County Soil and Water DistrictFY01 FREMONT COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSRV. DIST.

Areas used for crop land, bordering the Missouri and Nishnabotna Rivers in Freemont county in Iowa, has been at odds with and damaging to the natural riparian wetland ecosystem. This area needs coordinated effort to encourage wetland restoration through a coalition approach. The Freemont county soil and water conservation district is proposing to hire a full time wetland specialist to promote wetlands. This person would work with the interested land owners through outreach program brochure, Two Rivers newsletter, and news articles to encourage landowner's participation in the NRCS's CRP program. This Amendment provides additional funds and extends the budget and project periods.
$216,07705/01/199903/01/2005
99278198NEAR Inc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORIES SITE

The project will enable the public who are impacted by the Brookhaven National Laboratories Superfund Site to have meaningful input into the site decision-making process, through the NEAR, Inc. group's hiring a Technical Advisor to assist in evaluation of site activities, and disseminating the information to the community.
$31,09705/01/199904/30/2005
99299701Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Mgmt.AIR CURRENTS PROJECT

This Cooperative Agreement provides funds to the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management to develop an educational module for use at the Air Pollution: What's the Solution website. It was designed to be used by teachers to educate 6th to 9th grade students about ground level ozone and is now expected to include materials about particulate matter.
$466,60005/01/199909/30/2005
00740799Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FY 99 NONPOINT SOURCE 319(H) IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM

This amendment reinstates a Revised Programmatic Term and Condition Number 13
$4,613,60005/01/199912/31/2005
98451098City of GainesvilleWETLANDS PROTECTION STATE DEVELOPMENT

This action approves an EXTENSION of the budget and project periods from July 31, 2002, to September 30, 2004.
$300,00005/01/199907/30/2006
98204101Rutgers UniversityTOOLS FOR SCHOOLS PROJECT

Funds provided to Rutgers University will assist NYC Schools to adopt the Indoor Air Quality Tools (IAQ) for Schools Program, and also to create a web-based video product to supplement the NYC Initiative and to make the guidance more specific to NYC Schools. The assistance to City schools will be provided to schools selected by the NY City Department of Education. In addition, Rutgers will provide assistance for IAQ Tools for Schools in 7-10 Harlem schools.
$79,99905/01/199909/30/2006
98458498Cleburne County CommissionSPECIAL APPROPRIATION WATER INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

Planning, design and construction of approximately 406,000 linear feet of water lines, pump station, and storage tanks serving the Western third of the Southern half of Cleburne County, Alabama.
$500,00005/10/199905/15/2005
98927101CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdSPECIAL APPROPRIATION - SACRAMENTO RIVER TOXIC POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance amendment increases federal EPA funding by $43,000 to a revised total federal EPA funding and approved project cost amount of $1,552,000. This action also extends the project and budget period ending date to December 31, 2006.

Funds support continued development and implementation of a program bringing Sacramento River and its tributaries into compliance with appropriate water quality standards for toxic polllutants.
$1,552,00005/15/199912/31/2006
99169001City of Berlin Water WorksWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

This amendment extends the project and budget period to 12/31/03 and changes the recipient project manager to Roland L. Viens, Supt. All terms and conditions of the basic assistance agreement remain in full force and effect.
$1,996,13306/01/199912/31/2003
82735401University of RochesterULTRAFINE PARTICLES CHARACTERIZATION HEALTH EFFECTS AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS-

Establish a center at the University of Rochester that will conduct an integrated health effects and exposure research program on particulate matter.
Increase of Funds (Incremental)
$9,952,44706/01/199905/31/2006
82735301President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeAMBIENT PARTICLE HEALTH EFFECTS: EXPOSURE, SUSCEPTIBILITY, AND BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS

To establish a Center at Harvard University which will conduct an integrated health effects and exposure research program on particulate matter (PM).
$9,447,01506/01/199905/31/2006
82735101New York Univ. School of MedicineHEALTH RISKS OF PM COMPONENTS-

The objective for this project is to establish a Center which will conduct an integrated health effects and exposure research program on PM.
$9,762,58306/01/199905/31/2006
82735201University of California Los AngelesSOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTER

To establish a Center at the University of California at Los Angeles which will conduct an integrated health effects and exposure research program on particulate matter.
$10,365,58306/01/199905/31/2006
82735501University of WashingtonNORTHWEST RESEARCH CENTER FOR PARTICULATE AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH -

To provide air pollution officials, scientists and concerned citizens with a better understanding of the human health risks associated with ambient fine PM levels.
$9,938,97606/01/199912/31/2006
00579402Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyMINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY SUPERFUND MULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Operations & Maintenance
$2,663,00006/15/199909/30/2008
98806101Crow Tribal CouncilWATER QUALITY MONITORING AND WORKSHOPS 106 SPECIAL PROJECT

Project to educate the reservation on water quality monitoring and clean-up activities through workshops.
$35,55607/01/199912/15/2000
98929401La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment increases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $112,500 to support workplan tasks through 6/30/03.

The objective of the project is to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs administered by EPA and the development and implementation of solid and hazardous waste programs for the Tribe.
$290,06107/01/199906/30/2003
98468299Gibson-Carroll Environmental Restoration Assoc.TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT

This action approves a project and budget extension to 6/30/03 to allow for completion of project tasks.
$28,32007/01/199906/30/2003
99162501Rhode Island Clean Water Finance AgencyRURAL COMMUNITY HARDSHIP GRANT

Rural Community Hardship Grant
$102,32807/01/199906/30/2004
00071805OR 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.
$315,92507/01/199906/30/2004
98926899CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdCLOSEOUT - NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

In accordance with CA SWRCB's final Financial Status Report dated 9/29/04, the final total amount of federal EPA funds required for this project through June 30, 2004 is $9,786,620.65. The final total amount of the project through June 30, 2004 is $16,829,153.65.

Unobligated funds in the amount of $777,179.35 are dispensed as follows:

$295,628 are carried forward as EPA in-kind assistance to C9-969068-01.
$481,551.33 are deobligated and no longer available for expenditures.

This is considered a final financial action to closeout this award.
$9,786,62107/01/199906/30/2004
99610107New Mexico Environment DepartmentFY 99 319(H) NON POINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

The purpose of this amendment is to extend the budget and project periods to September 30, 2004 and to approve workplan revisions.
$2,464,40007/01/199912/31/2004
00044999WA Dept of EcologyFFY99 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE

To abate and control nonpoint source pollution through demonstration projects, education, monitoring, and evaluation
$3,532,22107/01/199912/31/2004
98433898NC Dept of Environment & Nat'l ResourcesNC DRINKING WATER SRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

Request by the State of North Carolina to reallocate $679,699 of funds set aside for Local Assistance and Other State Programs(Site/Project Code 98DG) to Project Loans (Site/Project Code 98DA). This is a non-monetary amendment and does not affect the total grant amount.
$12,859,40007/01/199912/30/2005
00740599Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentFY 1999 CLEAN WATER ACT 319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM

This action completes application funding
$3,688,40007/01/199912/31/2005
98805501City of Grand Forks

Water Treatment Plant Project. Construct a clearwell/pump station and transmission pipelines to meet regulatory requirements and replace existing storage currently located within the proposed flood protection levee system.
$11,714,30007/01/199912/20/2006
42994701City of ArnoldSANITARY SEWAGE SYSTEM REHABILITATION

This project is for sewer cleaning, internal inspection, sewer reconstruction and sewer separation to eliminate all existing sources of extraneous water in the sewer system in Arnold, PA.
$1,000,00007/01/199909/30/2007
98044401AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER/WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FOR AK RURAL & NATIVE VILLAGES

Plan, Design, and Construct Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Projects For Ak Rural & Native Villages
$28,229,70007/01/199906/30/2008
98927601San Diego State UniversityWETLANDS PROTECTION - DEVELOP GUIDE - SWPDP

Developing a Draft HGM Functional Assessment Guide for Southern California Vernal Pools.
$245,65907/01/199910/31/2008
98210199New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The award is for a continuing program cooperative agreement to support the Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 205(j)/604(b) Water Quality Management Planning Program. NJDEP will consider the impacts of certain land use activities on water supply, water quality and aquatic life through analysis of point source loads (antidegradation analysis), NPS pollutant loads, wastewater discharge alternatives, stream corridors impacts, and threatened and endangered species/habitat. Also, pursuant to Section 205(j)3 of the CWA, States are required to allocate at least 40% of funds awarded under 205(j)/604(b) to eligible Regional Public Comprehensive Planning Orgranizations and Interstate Organizations for the purposes of carrying out Water Quality Management Planning activities.
$2,755,91307/01/199906/30/2011
00511601Great Lakes CommissionLAKE SUPERIOR HUMAN HEALTH COMMITTE WEBSITE:

To design and construct Web pages that include information of importance of Human Health Discussion paper for the LaMP. These pages will meet the mandate of the Committee and will provide easy access to pertinent issues to a broad audience over the Internet.

ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.

THIS ACTION IS IN ACCORDANCE TO THE RECIPIENT'S REQUEST DATED JUNE 27, 2002.
$30,00008/01/199909/30/2003
99610007Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentNON-POINT SOURCE PROGRAM

Non-Point Source Program
$3,178,45708/01/199912/31/2004
82786901WA Dept of EcologyEMAP WESTERN PILOT-COASTAL MONITORING -

To establish a comprehensive and integrated monitoring program for the coastal resources of Washington State.
Increase of Funds (Partial Funding)
$1,626,44508/01/199901/31/2006
00537401City of GirardBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT PILOT - CITY OF GIRARD

This amendment approves a budget & project period extension through July 31, 2003, as requested by the recipient on July 27, 2001. The attached annual certifications must be returned with the acceptance of this award. Terms and Conditions numbers: 7. Payment Method, 8. Year 2000 Compliance, and 10. Quality Assurance, have been fulfilled, and therefore, are no longer applicable. All other Terms and Conditions remain the same.
$200,00008/01/199907/31/2006
99445899GA Dept of Natural Resources319(H) NONPOINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION

New Award - Continuous Program. To assist States in implementing EPA approved Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management Programs for the prevention and control of water pollution from nonpoint sources.
$4,664,60008/01/199909/30/2007
98312001VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - H & H BURN PIT (RA OU2)

Funds will be used to support oversight of the H&H Burn Pit (Remedial Action Operable Unit Two) site.
$11,03508/06/199908/31/2005
98476999National Fish & Wildlife FoundationGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM

This watershed project demonstrates the benefit of public-private ecosystem partnerships in mutual conservation goals of fish, wildlife, plants & habitats on which they depend.
$347,50008/06/199912/31/2007
98938901Pala Band Of Mission IndiansWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - PALA BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM

This amendment here by extends the budget and project period end dates to December 31, 2006. There is no change to the EPA funded amount of
$1,735,144. For Improvement of the Pala drinking and wastewater infrastructure.
Note terms and conditions have been revised.
$1,735,14408/15/199912/31/2006
98473599City of GainesvilleWATER QUALITY PROGRAM - REVITALIZING THE SWEETWATER, WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

This action approves a budget and project time extension to June 1, 2003. The extension is needed to complete the analysis, public involvement, and engineering defined in the scope of work.
$500,00008/15/199903/31/2007
98473599City of GainesvilleWATER QUALITY PROGRAM - REVITALIZING THE SWEETWATER, WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

This action approves a budget and project time extension to June 1, 2003. The extension is needed to complete the analysis, public involvement, and engineering defined in the scope of work.
$500,00008/15/199903/31/2007
98103101Vermont D.E.C.GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER PROTECTION INFORMATION MATERIAL

CSGWPP & Incentive Grant:
$9,90008/16/199909/30/2005
98485599DeSoto County Regional Utility AuthorityCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This project consists of engineering design activities, surveying, aquisition document preparation, and aquisition for the Phase II components of the wastewater and infrastructure program. A Finding of No Significant impact was issued for this project March 28, 2002. This project is located in the Coldwater watershed, United States Geologic Survey Cataloging Unit 08030204.
$5,956,15908/16/199912/31/2014
98813601Northern Cheyenne Tribal CouncilPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK (PM 2.5)

Agency assistance to continue to develop and implement a nationwide fine particular (PM 2.5) monitoring network and implement an Interagency Monitoring of Protected Visual Environments (IMPROVE) monitoring network.
$109,97808/18/199909/30/2003
98312601VA Dept of Environmental QualitySACA - L.A. CLARKE (RD/RA NEG OU3 AND RA OU4)

Funds will be used to support oversight of the L.A. Clarke (Remedial Design/Remedial Action Negotiations and Remedial Action Operable Unit Four) site.
$30,28008/20/199908/19/2014
98106001Town of Great BarringtonTO CONDUCT AN ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT IN GREAT BARRINGTON

The objective of this project is to conduct phases I through IV of an environmental site assessment.
$346,38808/23/199902/01/2005
82742301President and Fellows of Harvard CollegeTHE ECONOMICS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS

This proposal focuses on research designed to improve environmental quality
$1,443,40708/23/199908/22/2006
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