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00622405Oklahoma Corporation CommissionUNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL

Funds will be utilized by the recipient for some or all of the following purposes: regulation review, program plan development, data management, inventory of injection facilities, identification of aquifers, public participation, technical assistance and review, program plan development, data management, inventory of injection facilities, identification of aquifers, public participation, technical assistance and review, permit approval and enforcement, and surveillance and investigation.
$327,30007/01/200406/30/2005
96535201Michigan Technological UniversityTORCH LAKE REMEDIATION MONITORING BY LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS

Local high school students perform long-term monitoring of bird and plant diversity and soil fertility on post-remedial portions of Torch Lake Superfund Site. This monitoring activity is coordinated by MTU.
$32,35008/01/200411/30/2006
97307201VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the national's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated, data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies for health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the State of Virginia PM 2.5 Monitoring Network with in the State.
$2,552,70808/01/200403/31/2008
97479304THE DOOR II Community CenterAL THEDOORII COMMUNITYCTR ENVJUSPGM

Environmental Equity Program
This project proposes to implement a youth driven environmental awareness program that will propel residents to examine local environmental issues. The current issues of great concern are the air and water quality in Lowndes County. The youths will work to gain countywide participation from government entities, local non profits, businesses, churches and the media in support of pollutant-free community. This collaborative effort will deliver services to youths, ages 10 through 19.
$16,66708/01/200407/30/2005
83213801North Carolina Association for Biomedical ResearchTEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS GRADES 6-12

SMALL GRANT - To host two 1-day workshops to provide North Carolina middle and high school teachers with a better understanding of environmental toxicology.
$18,00009/01/200405/01/2005
96903001American Lung Assoc of San Diego & Imperial CO'sUS-MEXICO BORDER GRANT - CLEAN AIR INITIATIVE

This cooperative agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $15,000 to support the Clean Air Initiative (to reduce air pollution and improve environmental health) in Imperial County and the Mexicali border region. Project goals are: (1) Hold a conference for elementary through high school educators and residents to share and discuss curriculum resources to teach students about air quality solutions; (2) Distribute information about pesticide use and asthma control to individuals or families; (3) Conduct a "No Burn" media campaign to encourage residents to not burn tires, Christmas trees, and firecrackers; and (4) Continue to build coalition and community involvement through monthly meetings.
$15,00009/15/200410/31/2005
83128601WateReuse FoundationNATIONAL DATABASE OF WATER REUSE FACILITIES

SMALL GRANT - To support the development of a searchable database of pertinent information about water reuse facilities in the United States.
$50,00008/30/200408/30/2005
97994701Monterey Cnty Water Resources AgencySPECIAL APPROPRIATION - SALINAS VALLEY WATER PROJECT, MONTEREY COUNTY

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $447,100 for the FY-03 S&T line item to the Monterey County Water Resources Agency for planning activities associated with the Salinas Valley Water Project. The objective of this grant is to develop an integrated watershed management plan that is expected to result in a reduction of water pollution, particularly salt water intrusion.
$447,10009/01/200409/30/2009
83183701University of WashingtonFDP - INTERGRATING LAND USE, TRANSPORTATION AND AIR QUALITY MODELING

To improve the ability to model the air quality effects of land use and transportation within metropolitan areas. The intergration of recent advances in land use and activity location modeling with advances in modeling travel behavior using activity-based approaches, and the use of this integrated framework to assess the relative influence of transportation infrastructure, pricing, land use policies, and demographic and economics trends.
$700,00009/16/200409/15/2008
97677401City of Port ArthurSABINE AREA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

Water Infrastructure Improvement in the Sabine Area of Port Arthur, Texas, that will form a loop to the only water line currently serving the Sabine Pass and Sabine area of the City, which now receives all water through a dead-end line extending some 17 miles from the central area of Port Arthur.
$260,20009/13/200403/30/2010
97311101St. Mary's College of MarylandTRANSLATING ST MARY R. WATER QUALITY DATA

This award provides $198,800 in funding for the recipient monitoring project to evaluate the effect of urban development patterns on the water quality and ecological health of the St Mary's River, a sub-estuary of the Chesapeake Bay.
$198,80008/01/200408/30/2006
97820101Utah Geological SurveyFY2004 REGION 8 CONSOLIDATED FUNDING PROCESS (CFP) RFP

The work includes the collection of ground-water quality samples from new wells and analyses for general chemistry parameters, dissolved metals, organic compounds, and radionuclides. A series of maps showing aquifer water quality will be developed for the ground-water classification petition to the State Water Quality Board. A locational database for septic systems within the Valley will also be developed using GPS.
$25,00009/01/200412/31/2006
97801301SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSDDENR/FY04 P2

1) will assist the livestock industry with the development of manure management systems that prevent surface and ground water pollution, and meet regulatory requirements, 2) conduct on-site assessments and classroom training for state Park Managers and employees to reduce wastes generated in parks, 3) further develop the state government web site as a source reduction information transfer and technical assistance tool, and 4) provide technical assistance to the state's agricultural and business sectors to continue adoption of P2 as the preferred environmental protection alternative.
$74,00008/09/200409/30/2006
99623611TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardFY2004 CWA SECTION 319(H) AGRICULTURAL/SILVICULTURAL NONPOINT SOURCE MGT PLAN

Per statute of CWA Section 319, 2004 guidance for use of CWA Section 319 funds, and per the current Texas State Management Plan for NPS, the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board will carry out assessment and implementation projects that meet the above cited documents. Projects will implement agriculture and forestry practices that assess and reduce nonpoint source pollution impacts to water of the United States.
$6,136,02808/01/200406/01/2011
83210701MD Dept of the EnvironmentFY04 EXCHANGE NETWORK GRANT - MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

This project will build upon efforts, currently underway within the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), toward the continued development of a data exchange node that will facilitate the exchange of information from Maryland's Enterprise Environmental Management System (EEMS) to EPA's Central Data Exchange (CDX), as well as other State's and partners. The primary purpose of this Project is the further establishment of electronic data flows with EPA.
$300,00008/01/200412/31/2014
97306501County of LycomingMUNCY/HUGHESVILLE SEWER

This grant is for replacement of 1,119 linear feet of collection line and 884 linear feet of interceptor sewer in Muncy Borough and the construction of a new digester at the treatment plant in Hughesville Borough, both in the county of Lycoming, PA.
$433,70007/01/200406/30/2006
96598701Hamilton County Board of CommissionersPROJECT - BOARD OF HAMILTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - SSO 700 STORAGE AND TREATMENT FACILITY

The replacement and realignment of the sanitary sewer and manholes for influent and effluent flows, construction of a diversion/pump station structure. This project will reduce the amount of excess flows to Mill Creek and provide for the construction of a chemically enhanced high rate separation system for excess flows, and a disinfection building.
$1,300,60009/01/200412/31/2006
97820201Upper Arkansas Area Council of GovernmentsRESOURCE CONSERVATION & RECOVERY ACT

Purchase of additional recycling containers for drop-off recycling locations located in Lake, Custer, Chaffee, Fremont, and Pueblo Counties to increase capacity.
$6,70009/15/200409/15/2006
97307701MD Dept of Natural Resources2004 IMPLEMENTATION GRANT

This project involves the development and implementation of tributary strategies that support the goals to reduce nutrients and sediments entering the Bay in accordance with the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement. It also involves implementation of Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) at wastewater treatment facilities to reduce nutrients entering the Bay.
$2,287,00007/01/200403/31/2007
97478904Glynn Environmental Coalition Inc.GA GLYNNENVCOALITIONINCENVJUSPGM

The primary goal of this project is to use existing scientific and technical information to produce an educational pamphlet for distribution to those who frequently fish in the waterways surrounding the Brunswick Peninsula to educate and train residents to reduce exposure and health risks from contaminated seafoods in Brunswick, Georgia.
$16,66608/01/200409/30/2005
98743301Kansas Assoc. for Conser. & Envi. Ed.SPROUTING WATERSPOUT GARDENS IN KANSAS

Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education (KACEE) in partnership with Green Topeka will provide educational training and hands-on environmental education activities that utilize the development of a water spout garden as a tool for both education and community improvement. A waterspout garden is a planted area with a shallow indentation that collects and holds runoff before it reaches the storm drain. KACEE and Green Topeka will make presentations at the Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri Environmental Education conferences.
$20,19007/01/200403/30/2006
83176901Inst. for Enviro. Health & Related Product SafetyPARTNERSHIP FOR CLEAN INDOOR AIR PILOT PROJECT

To test a sustainable comprehensive resolution to improve health in China through affordable, reliable, clean, efficient, and safe household energy use
$150,00007/15/200412/28/2006
00087203AK Dept of Environ ConservAK PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION (PWSS)

This project will be protecting human health by protecting citizens from unsafe sanitary practices in drinking water, by completing engineered plan reviews for new and existing public water system modifications, operation, and development. The recipient will be performing PWS sanitary surveys to determine compliance and enforcement of regulations. Continue new PWS Capacity Development reviews.l
$2,111,10007/01/200406/30/2005
96919501Ohlone Community College DistrictBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $200,000. This project will facilitate some of the cleanup activities needed at the site to construct a new community college campus. Activities and deliverables include cleanup plan, working the appropriate State Regulatory agency, community outrach, development of a remedial action plan, implementation of the cleanup, and appropriate reports.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004.
$200,00007/01/200412/31/2006
97084901Northwest Public Power AssociationVOLUNTARY ACCELERATED REMOVAL (VAR) OF PCB ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

To promote and implement efforts to understand, encourage, and regard those organizations that are contributing to the accelerated removal and disposal of PCB contaminated equipment. Key elements include: 1) a white paper identifying industry practices; 2) a forum for information sharing and mentoring, and 3) developing a method for utilities to work with their customers who may have PCB transformers in use and identify why they should consider removal of such equipment.
$75,00007/01/200409/30/2006
83188601The Pennsylvania State UniversityREDUCTION OF USE OF PETROLEUM ENERGY RESOURCES BY CONVERSION OF WASTE COOKING OILS INTO DIESEL FUEL-

SMALL GRANT/FDP - To develop an alternative energy source to fuels, and to produce a fuel which is made from a renewable source, used cooking oil.
$9,94909/20/200409/19/2005
97310601City of WilmingtonWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS FOR CORRECTING THE COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SYSTEM 27

Construction of a 30-inch diameter diversion sewer as part of the improvements to the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) System 27 in Wilmington and New Castle counties in Delaware.
$1,127,50009/01/200403/01/2008
97288205New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionUST INSPECTOR TRAINING PROJECT ADMEND.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) was selected for this competitive State and Tribal Compliance Grant by the EPA Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA). The $50,000 grant will be used by NJDEP to develop an Underground Storage Tank (UST) Inspector Training Program for NJ State and County inspectors. There are three objectives of the training program: 1) provide initial training of state inspectors for regulated UST inspections; 2) provide initial training of county inspectors who are inspecting regulated UST facilities as a result of agreements with the NJDEP pursuant to the County Environmental Health Act; and 3) design and implement a continuing education element that will result in enhanced training on a quarterly basis for both state and county inspectors.
$50,00008/20/200408/30/2006
97307201VA Dept of Environmental QualityVIRGINIA PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the national's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated, data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies for health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the State of Virginia PM 2.5 Monitoring Network with in the State.
$2,552,70808/01/200403/31/2008
97088201METROCHEMICAL CLEANOUTS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE PORTLAND AREA

Funds will be used to assess the safety of chemical storage in Portland area middle schools. After assessments, proper disposal and prevention techniques will be used to ensure that future instances of improper storage don't ocurr.
$26,00009/15/200406/30/2006
98742901No-Till on the Plains Inc.FRIENDLY FARMS

This project will involve educating students and teachers and the general agricultural community about the benefits of food products produced through a no-till cropping system, and the importance of environmentally friendly agricultural production that preserves the environment and conserves resources.
$21,87807/01/200411/01/2005
97090701ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ BUNKER HILL/CDA BASIN COMBINED "RACA"

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will continue remedial response activities at the Bunker Hill/Coeur d'Alene (CDA) Superfund Site in northern Idaho.
$79,288,96007/01/200406/30/2012
96421805City of CentrevilleCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

Rehabilitation of sanitary sewer lines in the cities of Brent and Centreville, Alabama, by repairing/replacing existing manholes and sewer lines. This will eliminate overflows at the treatment facility and help protect the environment of the Cahaba River as well as to provide safe drinking water for the community.
$337,50007/01/200408/31/2007
96911001Assoc of Bay Area GovernmentsWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - BAY AREA WETLANDS PROJECT TRACKER

This assistance amendment extends the project and budget period ending dates to December 29, 2006.

This extension allows continued support for providing a database accessible to the public and agencies that provides summary assessments of current wetlands restoration activities in defined geographic areas.
$162,52509/15/200412/29/2006
97672401Lake Pontchartrain Basin FoundationLAKE POTCHATRAIN BASIN FOUNDATION

Lake Pontchartrain Water Quality Improvement Projects - The overall goal of the program is to continue ongoing major projects, education and outreach programs that will improve water quality, habitat and public access in the Pontchartrain Basin. Some of the objectives include water quality monitoring, pollution source tracking, waste lagoon clean out, sewerage assistance, habitat preservation and education outreach.
$745,60009/01/200409/30/2006
96410105Morehead Utility Plant BoardCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

Wastewater infrastructure improvement by extending the sewer lines to provide service to approximately 52 residences most of which have failing septic tanks.
$346,90009/01/200410/01/2007
96413705City of HomesteadCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

The project is for the rehabilitation of the sewer system to reduce Infiltration and Inflow within the system. The Project is located in the Everglades watershed, HUC 03090202.
$1,497,00008/30/200408/31/2016
96906801CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This action rebudgets $8,000 back into the in-kind funds set aside for technical support services utilizing a federal EPA contract for a total of $295,000. In addition, $8,000 is being rebudgeted to the grantee from the IPA amount of $295,628. The total budget for the IPA is reduced to $287,628.

SEE PAGE 2 FOR CORRECTED FUNDING INFORMATION.

All other terms and conditions remain the same.
$13,013,34907/01/200406/30/2009
97663101Jicarilla Apache TribeWATERSHED ASSESSMENT

Development and contuatiion of water quality management program activities including water quality sampling, data compilation and water quality standards development.
$100,00007/01/200403/31/2007
96415105FL Dept of Environmental ProtectionSUPERFUND - SITE SPECIFIC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement funds activities at the Sate of Florida that will improve or enhance the state's ability to control risks to human health and/or the environment at contaminated properties through conducting site inspections, site investigations and site assessments that lead to proper site stabilization, cleanup or other actions which make the land available for reuse.
$2,089,54707/01/200409/30/2007
98425604MS State Dept of HealthDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This action approves an award in the amount of $8,303,100 for the Mississippi Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
$8,303,10007/01/200406/30/2007
97114601Town of GreenfieldBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP PROGRAM

Cleanup of contaminated brownfields property
$125,00008/01/200412/31/2009
97104501Keene State CollegeWORMS GO TO HIGH SCHOOL

This project introduces and establishes vermicomposting in secondary school settings by creating a core curriculum for grades 7-12, combining vermicomposting with the National Geography standards.
$15,45008/15/200412/16/2005
83131901Habitat for Humanity InternationalHABITAT FOR HUMANITY'S HEALHY BUILDING PROGRAM

Small Grant - To educate the network of more than 1000 Habitat affiliates about the merit and benefits of building homes with a healthy indoor environment and to provide the guidance, construction techniques, and technical assistance to accomplish it.
$95,25007/01/200412/31/2007
96915801City of EmeryvilleBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $200,000 to support the City of Emeryville's petroleum cleanup at the Dutro site. The cleaned up site will become a park.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004.
$200,00007/01/200410/31/2007
83171201University of California Santa BarbaraTRANSFORMATIONS OF BIOLOGICALLY-CONJUGATED CDSE

FDP - The purpose of this project is to quantify the effects of photoluminescent semiconductor nanocrystals (quantum dots) that are released into water and biofilms.
$332,09907/01/200412/31/2007
83211601National Academy of Science/NRCASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE ENGINEERED BARRIERS

This project will assess the performance of surface and subsurface engineered barriers (caps, walls, liners (used at contaminated sites, landfills, etc)). It will also identify lifetimes of barriers and what effects their longevity and determine data gaps and technical research needs.
$150,00007/15/200405/31/2007
83207601Alabama Attorney General's OfficeMULTI-STATE, INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ALLIANCE TO ENHANCE STATE & LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT PROGRAMS

To develop and maintain effective environmental enforcement programs with special emphasis on training for the member states, local and tribal governments.
$498,75007/01/200406/30/2008
97800901UT Department of Environmental QualityNPDES

Provide graphic, illustration design and layout service for the attached
draft version of “Celebrating 50 Years Of Clean Water in Utah” document.
Printing of 1,000 copies full-color.
$008/01/200406/30/2007
83179501Pan American Health OrganizationENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (LAC)

Promote the use of risk assessment and environmental epidemiology in evaluating the adverse health effects that may result from exposure to environmental contamintants in Latin America and the Carribbean.
$515,20407/01/200406/30/2009
00635505Texas Department of AgricultureENFORCEMENT, ENDANGERED SPECIES, CERT. & TRAINING, WPS PROGRAMS AND SURFACE WATER

FY 2005 Cooperative Agreement with the Texas Department of Agriculture for Enforcement, Certification and Training, Worker Protection, Ground Water and Endangered Species.
$971,71409/01/200408/31/2005
97103101Rhode Island D.E.M.AMBIENT AIR TOXICS CHARACTERIZATION

Ambient air toxics characterization in neighborhoods abutting T. F. Green Airport and comparison sites in Warwick, Rhode Island.
$495,24207/01/200406/30/2007
83162301Senior Service America Inc.SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR ATLANTIC ECOLOGY DIVISION

To provoide qualified senior workers to assist personnel in the Atlantic Ecology Division, Narragansett, RI. These senior workers will be placed in positions that will not supplant regular personnel or reduce non-overtime work.
$913,20007/01/200406/30/2007
99679508Texas Water Development BoardFY2004 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANT

To provide loans and other types of financial assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements of Section 1452 and to protect public health. An Intended Use Plan and Set-aside Workplan are required from the State. These items describe the specific objectives and activities to be funded by this grant.
$63,953,90009/21/200412/31/2010
96910001County of San DiegoUS-MEXICO BORDER - FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING INSTITUTE

Creation of a Training Institute in Tijuana with an ongoing program for entry level as well as advanced level training for emergency responders
$102,69209/10/200412/31/2007
83207701Midwest Environmental Enforcement Assoc.STATE, TRIBAL AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT TRAINING

To develop and maintain effective environmental enforcement programs with special emphasis on training for the member states, local and tribal governments. The training will build capacity within the states in the enforcement of the nation's environmental laws.
$606,25007/01/200406/30/2009
97290504Rochester City School DistrictENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EMS) DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The objective of this project is to develop a comprehensive Environmental Management System, promoting ecological education, cleaner schools and inter-governmental cooperation. Some of the tasks anticipated to be achieved are as follows: (1) to reduce electrical consumption; (2) reduce noise pollution (from worker and machinery sources); (3) improve integrated pest management; (4) reduce paper consumption; (5) improve management of asbestos in buildings; (6) increase recycling efforts; (7) improve control of lead paint and lead in water exposures; (8) reduce exhaust pollution (from stationary and mobile sources; (9) reduce fuel consumption (in vehicles and buildings); (10) reduce chemical consumption (in volume and toxicity); (11) reduce risk of blood born pathogen exposure; and (12) improve indoor air quality.
$24,00007/01/200406/30/2007
83193501Rhode Island D.E.M.AUTO SALVAGE ENVIRONMENTAL RESULTS PROGRAM: IMPROVED COMPLIANCE AND PERFORMANCE THROUGH INNOVATION

This Environmental Results Program approach is unique as it will allow the recipient, for the first time, to take a comprehensive, multimedia sector-based approach to environmental compliance and pollution prevention in the auto salvage yard industry.
$200,07508/01/200403/31/2009
98132405New Hampshire D.E.S.INCREMENTAL NONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

To assist the recipient in implementing EPA - approved Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management activities.
$760,89809/30/200412/31/2010
96409104Waterfront Development CorporationRIVERBANK STABILIZATION PHASE III OF WATERFRONT PARK

To create a natural reparian vegetative and stable bank along the Ohio River by using erosion control measures
$2,384,10007/01/200403/01/2008
83194901Regents of the University of MichiganDESIGN OF ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS VEHICLE SYSTEMS

To enhance the opportunity for students at the University of Michigan School of Engineering to develop their talents and further their education by performing investigations into engineering projects which will improve fuel efficiency.
$68,56509/01/200408/31/2010
97114001Pioneer Valley Planning CommissionBROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENTS

Assessment of contaminated Petroleum property in Middlefield and Easthampton
$150,00009/01/200409/01/2007
96548101Illinois Environmental Protection AgencyIEPA - ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & INNOVATION

This state innovation pilot project for the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IL EPA) will provide NPDES permitting flexibility for participating CAFOs to use a performance-based approach under the NPDES permit program. The multi-media project is designed to provide additional protection for surface water and ground water while also reducing air emissions. In addition, the project will provide participating CAFOs with assistance to voluntarily adopt odor control strategies. Participants will be required to meet not only all requirements of the recently adopted federal CAFO regulations, but must also agree to go “beyond compliance” with CAFO rule through approved EMSAs.
$97,00009/01/200411/10/2009
97303201The Schuylkill Center for Environmental EducationMANAYUNK WATERSHED EDUCATION & PROTECTION PROGRAM

Sixty students from two middle schools in the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will participate in a series of classroom lessons, field trips, community outreach and a hands-on water protection project. Through this environmental education experience, they will increase their awareness and knowledge about water quality, and have the opportunity to benefit their watershed and improve the water quality of the Schuylkill river. Through outreach efforts, students will in turn become teachers, educating other students in their own schools, their family members, and members of their community about ways in which people can change their behavior in order to protect their drinking water.
$9,21307/01/200406/30/2005
97307601Mayor and City Council of BaltimoreCITY OF BALTIMORE SANITARY CONTRACT 818 - LOWER JONES FALLS INTERCEPTOR, PHASE 2 IMPROVEMENTS

This grant is for the City of Baltimore Sanitary Contract Number 818 which will replace 7,800 linear feet of the Lower Jones Falls Interceptor with a sewer pipe size to range from 24" to 42". The section of the interceptor to be replaced is located along Falls Road, between the Jones Falls pumping station and North Ave in Baltimore. MD.
$3,469,30008/31/200412/31/2008
97996101Twenty Nine Palms Band Of Mission IndNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $30,000 to provide assistance to the Twenty-Nine Palms Band in developing their institutional capabilities for administering water pollution control programs. Project/program promotes Goal 2 of EPA's strategic plan. The specific details are contained in their approved Non-Point Source Management Program workplan.
$30,00007/01/200408/18/2005
96405204Upper Bear Creek Water Sewer Fire Protection DistSPECIAL APPROPRIATION WATER INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT

NEW AWARD - To improve and expand the infrastructure at the Upper Bear Creek Water Treatment Plant to improve performance, enhance water quality, and expand capacity to meet demand. CE issued 5/10/04
$819,60007/01/200403/31/2007
97079001Nez Perce TribeNEZ PERCE NATIONAL AIR TOXICS PROGRAM

To support community air toxics monitoring at the Nez Perce Reservation, in support of the national EPA Objective 1 "Clean Air and Global Climate Change."

This award approves the proposed Scope of Work and budget, and provides full funding for the approved project and budget periods.
$489,29907/01/200406/30/2009
83224501Carnegie Mellon UniversityUNDERSTANDING MECHANISMS OF OXIDATION CATALYSIS BY IRON-TAML

The primary objective will be to learn the underlying chemical reasons for their superior performance in a variety of environmentally important processes such as the bleaching of dyes, wood pulp, and colored effluents; the degradation of persistaent organic pollutants; and the decontamination of chemical and biological warfare agents.
$484,10009/01/200408/31/2007
97997701Sonora Env Research Institute Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER FOR RILLITO, ARIZONA

This award provides full federal funding in the amount $5,000. Total approved project cost is $12,930. The goal is to establish the Rillito Environmental Educational Center which includes a library of all appropriate air quality information providing for a variety of educational opportunties for the community members including developing an after-school program for children, workshops, and volunteer activities with air quality being the major environmental issue.
$5,00008/01/200401/31/2006
96921401San Francisco State UniversityTSCA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - WWW ACCESSIBLE DATABASE FOR EPA

This assistance amendment increases federal funding in the amount of $5,078 to a revised total federal funding amount of $54,886 to complete the initlal development of an internet accessible database to be used to record status of TSCA-regulated PCB equipment retirements for the benefit of the Northwest Public Power Association.
$54,88609/01/200412/31/2006
83194801Institute for Market TransformationENERGY-EFFICIENT BUILDING CODES PROJECT

To advance and promote energy-efficiency in buildings in Russia and the Newly Independent States through the development and implementation of new model energy codes. A key goal of the project is to reduce energy consumption in the building sector, thereby reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and air pollution.
$185,90009/15/200412/31/2008
97101501University of New HavenLIS ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTS OF BOTTOM WATER TEMPERATURE ON SEDIMENTS IN LIS

Per your application request dated April 1, 2004, this grant has been award funds to support the research effects of bottom water temperature and other ambient conditions in releasing sulfides and ammonia from sediments for potential impacts on the benthos.
$80,18607/01/200406/30/2007
83191301Water Environment FederationNATIONAL BIOSOLIDS PARTNERSHIP

To provide training and technical assistance for approximately 30 wastewater agencies around the country; provide salaries for staff that administer the program; outreach to additional agencies that may wish to join the program in the future; implementation of a communications plan to promote the program within the biosolids industry and with other key stakeholders.
$994,10007/15/200411/30/2006
97012702Quinault Indian NationQUINAULT INDIAN NATION PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP (PPG)

The Quinault Tribe will protect water quality by continuing to monitor for a number of pollutants; monitor to increase stream flow data; continue building Tribal capacity by attending water quality training and attending EPA conferences and R10 Tribal Leaders Summit; and continue to clean more of the twenty eight illegal dumpsites assessed. (Five sites have been addressed with prior grant funds) This will include further assessment of existing sites, removing solid waste, closing and restricting access to 1 or 2 existing illegal sites and enforcment on those that are illegally dumping.
$1,054,70009/01/200412/31/2007
96408704Georgia State University Research FoundationBUILDING FOUNDATION FOR WATER QUALITY TRADING IN GEROGIA

New Award. This action approves an award in the amount of $99,400 to join together experts in economics, policy, law, water quality, engineering, and environmental modeling to advance the opportunity to implement water quality in Georgia watersheds. This project builds on initial studies in GSU of the potential markets for nutrient trading in the Chattahoochee watershed in Georgia.
$99,40009/01/200408/30/2006
83162901Emory UniversityFDP - DRINKING WATER QUALITY AND EMERGENCY VISITS FOR GASTROENTERITIS IN ATLANTA

To assess the relationship between drinking water quality and the incidence of gastrointestinal (GI) illness
$1,223,36609/01/200408/31/2008
97088401Makah Tribal CouncilMAKAH TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM 04/05

To continue to develop the Makah Tribal Response Program and build capacity for their program so that they can address more sites in their communities.
$183,31408/01/200407/31/2006
98398601City of LynchburgSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant provides for the construction of the CSO Separation Project 12.2 which consists of installing approximately 6,300 feet of storm sewer and the rehabilitation/replacement of 22,700 feet of sanitary sewer.
$1,253,80007/26/200407/31/2007
96908601San Diego State University FoundationUS-MEXICO BORDER - IMPROVE AIR QUALITY IN THE IMPERIAL-MEXICALI VALLEYS

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $15,000. This project will analyze current plans and strategies to improve air quality in the US-Mexico border region, and develop a draft strategic plan. These activities are intended to result in the ability to achieve cleaner air in the border area.
$15,00009/20/200412/31/2006
96550601Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of GovernmentsOTTAWA RIVER REMEDIATION PROJECT DESIGNS (SEDIMENT AND HYDROLOGICAL INVESTIGATION)

This project proposes to carry on the next steps in remediating the sediment in the Ottawa River, which lies in the Maumee River Area of Concern, and is one of the primary reasons for designating this area as an Area of Concern. Through previous GLNPO grants, TMACOG has followed a logical progression to restoring the Ottawa River by assessing sources of contaminants, remediating sources, identifying river segments that are contaminated, conducting Human and Ecological Health Risk Assessments, and identifying and prioritizing remediation projects based on risks. This project will assist with the current GLNPO assessment in the Lagrange Reach and investigate sediment and hydrological characteristics in Reach 2 of the Ottawa River. This project will involve the public and work directly with responsible agencies and the Maumee RAP.
$175,83209/02/200406/30/2007
97078901ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ BASIN COMMISSION (CWA) II

The currently approved workplan contains the following tasks:
1) Groundwater monitoring in Canyon Creek;
2) Flooding/recontamination assessment at Meyer Creek;
3) Surface and groundwater monitoring at Nine Mile Creek, and evaluation of water treatment pilot at Success Mine;
4) Evaluation of two emerging water treatment technologies to remove metals and nutrients at Page waste water treatment plant;
5) East Fork Pine Creek revegetation pilot project;
6) Inventory and evaluation of private lands for wetland rehabilitation;
7) Monitoring fish response to bank stabilization pilots in CDA River;
8) Assessment of sediment transport and bed evoluation in lower CDA River;
9) Computer model assessment of CDA Lake watershed remediation;
10) Hydrologic and sediment yield study to support project effectiveness of TMDL on North Fork CDA River;
11) Mica Bay nutrient reduction project;
12) Lower lakes aquatic vegetation survey; and,
13) Canyon Creek groundwater metal source characterization.
$1,788,30007/01/200406/30/2009
97667101Ark-Tex Council of GovernmentsTEXARKANA LAND REUSE AND AREA REVITALIZATION PROGRAMS

Applicant will work with diverse local government and community groups to redevelop/reuse properties that are affected by contamination. In addition, the applicant will educate local developers and investors about reuse of properties, specifically overcoming the stigma that often goes with being contaminated, even after cleanup.
$50,00009/20/200406/30/2007
97123601City of New BedfordDESIGN SERV. FOR COGGESHALL & DEANE ST.

This is a grant amendment. This project is aimed at providing design services for sewer separation work in the City of New Bedford, MA. Specifically, design services for the West End Sewer Separation Project (Phases 4 & 5) and sewer separation work in Coggeshall and Deane Streets will be funded through this grant.
$1,283,37009/01/200406/30/2007
96904201Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM III

The objective of the project is for the Santa Rosa Rancheria to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program through creation of a tribal recycling program; attend training; create a wetland buffer ordinance; provide educational outreach to the tribal community; and provide quarterly and yearly reporting to USEPA.

The amount of $86,340 is for a 12-month period from 8/30/07 to 8/29/08, which is the 4th year of the GAP III grant and includes $5,040 for the implementation of a solid and hazardous waste program.
$373,42008/30/200408/29/2008
97662301Otoe-Missouria Tribe of OklahomaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$100,00007/01/200404/30/2006
96905601CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdWATER QUALITY - TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOADS FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN THE NEW RIVER

This assistance agreement provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $150,000 for the development and adoption of Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the New River at the International Border for cleanup purposes. Specific activities are contained in the approved workplan. The total approved project cost is $207,100.

Preaward costs authorized back to July 1, 2004.
$150,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97084301Native Village of Marshall (AKA Fortuna Ledge)NATIVE VILLAGE OF MARSHALL IGAP

Build a solid environmental program that can respond to issues and needs of the community. Continue to enhance the Tribe's capability to manage federal and non-federal grants and programs. Reduce the amount of unused equipment that is harmful to the humans and environment. Explore waste management systems, including recycling, and research and develop waste operations.
$360,00007/01/200406/30/2008
96904505AZ Dept of Env QualityFY-05 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

This is a continuing environmental assistance agreement with ADEQ UST Section and is justified by the review of the recipient's proposed budget and workplan.
$200,00007/01/200406/30/2005
97687101Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY 2005-2009 SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

This award is comprised of the third and last award for the FY08 request.

Core supports administrative and non-site specific activities such as : program management and planning; financial administration, reconciliation of records and financial report preparation; budget preparation/management, procurement and labor allocation accounting and reporting services; state records and archives representation, cost recovery records maintenance, cost recovery report preparation; and contract management. Core supports the program and the activities that remediate hazardous waste sites and restore land for safe and productive use, as is stated in the EPA Strategic Plan objective 3.2.2.
$1,007,04209/01/200403/31/2009
97666701Louisiana State University Agricultural Center.LSU-CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT OF STEM

Chemical Management of Stem-Boring Insects in Environmentally Sensitive Agroecosystems.
To develop a strategy to maintain the efficacy of tebufenozide against the sugarcane borer in Louisiana and Texas. Funding for the Cooperative Agreement is authorized by Section 20 of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
$86,00007/27/200412/30/2006
99925205CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSUPERFUND PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT SITE INVESTIGATION (PA/SI)

The project's objective is to support the State by providing funds for assessing and prioritizing sites for potential clean-up. This agreement also supports the Superfund site assessment goal to determine if Superfund cleanup is needed at 85% of the sites identified.
$1,375,00007/01/200406/30/2008
97288701Rockland County Sewer District No. 1FFY04 APPROPRIATION ACT GRANT - COUNTY OF ROCKLAND

A Grant Agreement to assist the County of Rockland in its on-going sanitary water infrastructure improvement project. Improvements will include the design and construction of a wastewater treatment plant, gravity sewers, pump stations and force mains. These improvements will enhance the water quality of the Ramapo River and improve public health by removing human contact with sewage borne pathogens.
$1,060,70009/30/200412/31/2008
97091801City of Gresham-ORCY. OF GRESHAM BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

The City of Gresham will conduct a city-wide Brownfields inventory, hold public forums to involve the community in selecting properties for assessment work, and hire a contractor to conduct phase 1 and 2 environmental site assessments.

This award approves the proposed project Work Plan and budget, and provides full EPA funding.
$200,00007/13/200412/31/2010
97994205Wiyot TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (GAP, CWA 106, 319 NPS)

The purpose of this Performance Partnership Grant is to support the development and implementation of the Table Bluff Reservation's surface and groundwater programs and the tribe's environmental capacity building in the following areas: water quality monitoring, establishing water quality standards, training, data compilation, implement NPS control measures, reporting, ,solid waste management, environmental education, Indian Island cultural and environmental restoration project. The specific details are outlined in the approved workplan.
$580,01008/31/200409/30/2007
98523002Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesSUPERFUND MULTISITE SUPPORT LONG TERM & POST CONSTRUCTION REMEDIAL ACTION COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding for this Cooperative Agreement is being provided to Wisconsin Department Natural Resource (WDNR) to conduct Superfund Long Term Remedial Action (LTRA) activities and Post Construction Remedial Action (PCRA) activities. LTRA and PCRA activities support Management Assistance activities at Federal Lead sites and include reviewing/commenting on technical issues, participating in community relations activities, and assisting in inspections.
$425,13607/01/200403/31/2008
97097101Olympic Region Clean Air AgencyOLYMPIC REGION CLEAN AIR AGENCY

Funding for a year of PM 2.5 monitoring and analysis at Cheeka Peak in Northwestern Washington State plus some equipment purchases for upgrade of the site.
$239,94309/01/200406/30/2007
97669901Central Regional Air Planning AssociationIMPLEMENTING THE REGIONAL HAZE RULE

Provide a venue for interstate and tribal collaboration on air pollution transport issues in the Central United States. Provide technical and scientific support to their efforts to reduce regional haze and implement the Regional Haze Rule. Study and monitor visibility impairment, and assess its sources and the cost-effectiveness of any additional measures needed to achieve reasonable progress, conducting and promoting the coordination and acceleration of research, investigations, experiments, demonstrations, surveys, and studies relating to the causes, effects, extent, prevention, and control of air pollution, with a view to recommending a solution to such problems.
$1,625,31807/01/200408/31/2005
00161815Massachusetts D.P.H.INDOOR RADON CAPACITY

Development of State Indoor Radon Capability.
$194,94807/01/200406/30/2005
29000108Missouri Department of Natural ResourcesMISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES FY 03 CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This grant provides Federal funding to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of establishing a perpetual water pollution control revolving loan fund that, provides financial assistance for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and non-point source pollution control projects.
$36,799,04509/08/200409/07/2009
98285301Township of VernonTWP. VERNON-FFY03 APPROP. ACT GRANT

This project is for the construction of a Town Center Sewer System involving the installation of approx. 12,000 LF of gravity and low pressure sewers, one new pump station and associated force main. This system will tie into an existing transmission line with flow (estimated to be 80,000 gpd) ultimately being treated at the Sussex County MUA's Upper Walkill treatment plant.
$433,70009/30/200412/31/2008
97995901Moapa Band of PaiutesNON POINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This amendment increases federal funds in the amount of $30,000. This project will reduce water pollution through the removal of tamarisk, an invasive species on Moapa Band of Paiutes reservation.
$210,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97989601HI Dept of HealthFY-04 OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXPENSE GRANTS (ERG)

EPA funding of $201,900 supports the development and implementation of a continuing education operator training program for operators at small water systems in the state of Hawaii. This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates for an additional year, from September 30, 2006 to September 30, 2007.
$201,90007/01/200409/30/2007
00740313Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityFY 04 NDEQ NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This Nonpoint Source program grant issued under Section 319(h) of the Clean Water Act is awarded for the purpose of assisting the State of Nebraska's Department of Environmental Quality in implementing their approved nonpoint source management programs. This project emphasize watershed-based planning and implementation to solve high priority nonpoint source water quality problems.
$3,898,50007/01/200409/30/2011
83171801William Marsh Rice UniversityADSORPTION AND RELEASE OF CONTAMINANTS ONTO ENGINEERED NANOPARTICLES

To evaluate the sorption and release of contaminants onto the surfaces of engineered nonparticles.
$333,79708/01/200407/31/2007
83207401Trust for Public LandWETLAND PROGRAM AND LAND TRUSTS OUTREACH DEVELOPMENT

The project will improve the ability of state and local governments to strengthen wetlands protection and stewardship. Successful approaches that private landowners and land trusts have taken will be collected and summarized. From that, a booklet will be created and promoted that highlights those approaches and provides up-to-date information on federal funding programs for land owners. A workshop format will be developed for various organizations to use for training on wetland issues to watershed organizations, private landowners, and land trusts.
$50,00009/01/200408/31/2006
97660801Pueblo of SandiaWATER POLLUTION CONTROL

Development and continuation of water quality management program activities including water quality sampling, data compilation and water quality standards development.
$60,00008/30/200412/27/2005
97118201Capitol Region Council of GovernmentsBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Per your application dated August 18, 2004, this cooperative agreement is being funded to support the Assessment of contaminated properties.
$200,00009/01/200403/31/2008
97672101Texas Commission on Environmental QualityFY05-06 AIR QUALITY MGMT. SPPT. US MEXICO BORDER

This project will support Texas Commission on Environmental Quality U.S./Mexico Border Activities including: Operate air monitoring stations in El Paso, Laredo, and the Lower Rio Grande Valley; Operate and maintain a Paso del Norte airshed near real-time air monitoring network; provide support to the Task Force on Paso del Norte; Install and maintain a network of digital cameras; improve border air quality through assistance to binational parterships; provide for oversight and reporting on Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's multi-divisional U.S./Mexico Border Air Quality Initiative Grant
$462,00009/15/200402/28/2006
83190001Florida International UniversityTO DEVELOP A MOLD REMEDIATION PROCESS USING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE CATALYZED BY FE(II) IONS.

The development a Mold Remediation Process using hydrogen peroxide catalyzed by FE(II) Ions to eliminate household fungal organisms that create adverse health effects.
$261,50007/01/200406/30/2006
83182801Univ. of ArizonaFDP - CROSS BORDER WATER TECHNOLOGY COLLABORATION

SMALL GRANT: This project aims to evaluate a solar distillation point of use technology for arsenic removal from water based on environmental, social, and economic indicators with a particular focus on rural communities in both the developed and developing world.
$10,00009/15/200409/14/2006
97106701University of MaineEDUCATION AND ACTION THROUGH LAKE LEADERS

UME has trained over 250 lakefront landowners in lake threats and protection methods. This project gives additional training to 24 of these landowners and become peer trainers to other lakefront property owners.
$4,17708/15/200412/31/2005
83154001DavisFDP-METHODS DEVELOPMENT FOR EXPOSURE RELATED BEHAVIORS

To determine if exposure to toxic compounds is influenced by human activity patterns that bring persons in contact with their environment.
$5,352,43408/01/200407/31/2010
00045903WA Dept of HealthCLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 106, WELLHEAD

This project will continue and improve protection of water quality in watersheds, including surface and ground water, that serve as sources of drinking water in Washington State. Protection efforts will include providing publicly available source water assessment data and technical assistance, participating in local and regional aquifer and wellhead protection efforts, and integrating the results of source water assessments into the decision-making criteria of state and local programs. A major effort of the project will be providing source water assessment data in electronic format to other agencies, programs, and communities for use in pollution prevention programs, for field technical assistance or inspection efforts, and for development of aquifer protection ordinances or other source water protection efforts.
$516,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97079101AK Dept of Environ ConservWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Plan and implement reviews of selected water quality standards topics. Provide training, guidance, development, and site-specific development of water quality standards in order to support water quality programs.
$98,10107/01/200406/30/2005
83200201CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlEVALUATION OF AUTO SHREDDER RESIDUE AS CEMENT MANUFACTURING FEEDSTOCK ALTERNATIVE

SMALL GRANT - Evaluate the use of automobile shredder residue as a fuel in cement kilns.
$43,00009/01/200412/31/2005
83184801University of FloridaFDP - SYSTEMS BIOLOGY MODELING OF FLATHEAD MINNOW RESPONSE TO ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS

To develop a computational model to evaluate molecular in relation to reproductive dysfunction in minnows exposed to environmental estrogens
$765,81708/01/200407/31/2008
97306101City of GraftonSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant is for the construction of the upgrade and expansion of the existing Grafton wastewater treatment plant, garage/maintenance building, rehabilitation of the Berkely Run Pump Station, and rehabilitation and separation of sewer lines along Front Street, Monroe Street, Ross Alley, and East Knotts area.
$3,647,10007/15/200411/30/2008
83180301Charlotte County School DistrictCHARLOTTE'S WATERSHED AND TIDAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH

SMALL GRANT - To integrate a field based study component into their marine and environmental curriculum for their high school students.
$27,96307/15/200408/31/2006
99623611TX State Soil & Water Conservation BoardFY2004 CWA SECTION 319(H) AGRICULTURAL/SILVICULTURAL NONPOINT SOURCE MGT PLAN

Per statute of CWA Section 319, 2004 guidance for use of CWA Section 319 funds, and per the current Texas State Management Plan for NPS, the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board will carry out assessment and implementation projects that meet the above cited documents. Projects will implement agriculture and forestry practices that assess and reduce nonpoint source pollution impacts to water of the United States.
$6,136,02808/01/200406/01/2011
98934904CA Dept of Public HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize California�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides assistance to CA-DHS for a number of “set-aside” programs such as administration of the DW-SRF program, state drinking water capacity development program, technical assistance to small systems, and implementation of a source water protection loan program.

This amendment hereby transfers $4,098,310.00 from the Source Water Protection Loan Set-aside funds to the loan fund. There is no change in the total approved EPA funding amount of $81,966,200.00.
$81,966,20007/01/200406/30/2012
96551301North American Lake Management SocietyNORTH AMERICAN LAKE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY EDUCATION PROGRAM

North American Lake Management Society mission is the support of community education initiatives composed of four major components:
1) Youth Education - the support of the community education initiatives, including those conducted by youth groups and schools; 2) Outreach Materials - to develop, produce and distribute relevant materials for the lakes community under this work program. Materials will be produced in a variety of media including, print CD-ROM and web-based electronic formats; 3) Lakes Appreciation Month - strengthening existing partnership and forging new ones to enhance public awareness of the event and the ecologic and economic importance of lakes and reservoirs; 4) Conferences & Workshops - forums in which citizens, professionals, academicians and agency staff interact to share and develop their understanding of lake and reservoir issues.
$160,00009/01/200409/30/2009
83169701University of WashingtonSTUDY OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, AND EXPOSURE TO AMBIENT PARTICULATE MATTER

To study in detail the association of Atherosclerosis, Clinical Cardiovascular Disease, and Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter and Other Air Polutants in a Multi-Ethnic Cohort.
$32,999,09008/01/200407/31/2014
97684801Audubon ArkansasTARGETED WATERSHED INITIATIVE

This project will improve the water quality in Fourche Creek by reducing the concentrations of nutrients and sediment entering the Creek. The recipient will accomplish this by studying and demonstrating innovative techniques related to controlling streambank erosion, restoring wetlands so that they are better able to remove contaminants, working with developers to better control stormwater runoff to prevent erosion and by establishment of conservation easements which create wildlife habitat and prevent erosion.
$1,300,00009/22/200403/31/2009
98742701Educational Service Unit 15EDUCATION SERVICE UNIT 15 INVASIVE SPECIES IN WETLANDS AND PRAIRIE ECOSYSTEMS

This project will involve ten environmental research teams consisting of one teacher, four students and one community member. They will visit the pond-prairie site to gather data about the effects of the large concentration of Canadian Geese and Red Cedar trees on environmental quality. They will conduct several hands-on activities to gather background information that will assist them in designing and creating solutions to the problems created by the invasive species. All data collected, on-line interactive activity and final on-line assessment will be placed on the internet for all teachers, students and communities. In addition to the internet, and distance learning capabilities, on-site visits will be used to share information and assistance to the schools.
$20,93007/01/200412/30/2005
96543701University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPROJECT - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - BD. OF TRUSTEES - WATER QUALITY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Effects of water quality on acute and chronic toxicity of sulfate to freshwater bivalves, Ceriodaphnia dubia, and Hyalella azeteca.
$30,00009/01/200402/28/2006
97102401Healthcare Without HarmPIONEERING PHARMACEUTICAL WASTE MIN & MGMT IN HOSPITALS

Through a pilot in a hospital with a well established waste management program, this project will establish a model program for the identification, management, and control of hospital pharmaceutical waste and associated materials. There are three primary objectives that will be undertaken to accomplish this goal: (1) develop and pioneer pharmaceutical management techniques to assure regulatory compliance and implementation of best management practices; (2) identify and implement waste minimization techniques; (3) disseminate the results.
$60,00008/27/200409/30/2006
97088001City of MiddletonCITY OF MIDDLETON LIFT STATION PROJECT

Extension of water main distribution and wastewater collection lines and construction of a regional lift station.
$385,70008/01/200406/30/2009
83192601Association of State Wetland Managers IncFILLINGS THE GAPS: BUILDING CAPACITY OF STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

The goal of this project is to facilitate the establishment of state and local wetland programs to fill the gaps in regulatory and non-regulatory protection measures for vulnerable wetlands. It seeks to improve compensatory mitigation and articulate the challenges states must address in developing regulatory, monitoring and assessment programs.
$199,10008/31/200409/30/2006
83163401National Caucus & Center on Black Aged IncSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYEE PROGRAM

To provide qualified senior workers to assist the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance with technical assistance in carrying out activities under Goal 3, Land Preservation and Restoration; Goal 4, Healthy Communities and Ecosystems; and Goal 5, Compliance and Environmental Stewardship of EPA�s Strategic Plan.
$1,690,23007/01/200406/30/2008
97283701New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING SECTION 205(J)/604(B)

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.
$547,03807/01/200406/30/2011
96907301Table Bluff ReservationDRINKING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE TRIBAL SET-ASIDE - TABLE BLUFF RESERVATION

The Drinking Water Tribal Set-Aside (DWTSA) was established to assist communities in upgrading drinking water facilities to ensure compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. This grant will provide funds for the Wiyot Tribe of the Table Bluff Reservation to fund the purchase, installation, and wiring of a diesel generator with enclosure for emergency power backup. The project is needed to address power outages that persistently occur, which impact the water systems ability to distribute water to the community.
$42,50009/01/200410/31/2005
98748201Saint Louis UniversityIN-HOME ASTHMA EDUCATION FOR HIGH-RISK CHILDREN AND CAREGIVERS

This project aims to reduce asthma related morbidity and improve the quality of life of children and caregivers. This project will support the reduction of asthma in St. Louis City schools, through providing indoor asthma trigger education to eligible children, parents, and caregivers; and will aim to reduce physical, economic and academic burdens of asthma. This amendment extends the budget and project period and updates EPA contact information.
$26,44809/01/200406/30/2006
96915301Environmental ServicesBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

THIS AGREEMENT PROVIDES FULL EPA FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000. PREAWARD COSTS ARE APPROVED BACK TO 9/1/04 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RECIPIENT'S APPLICATION DATED 7/8/04.

THE CITY OF TUCSON WILL PERFORM PHASE I & II ASSESSMENTS ON TWO SITES LOCATED IN THE RIO NUEVO REDEVELOPMENT AREA OF THE CITY. THE FLINT OIL AND CITIZEN AUTO STAGE SITES WILL BE ASSESSED.
$200,00009/01/200410/31/2009
82815602William Marsh Rice UniversityEFFECT OF THE GASOLINE OXYGENATE ETHANOL ON THE MIGRATION AND NATURAL ATTENUATION OF BTEX COMPOUNDS

The purpose of this project is to enhance the adaptation of current risk assessment and remediation approaches to the increasing possibility of encountering ethanol in BTEX plumes.
$80,30109/01/200408/31/2005
99610112New Mexico Environment Department319 IMPLEMENTATION FYS 05 06 AND 07

The activities as described in the workplan will support the Clean Water Action Plan and will be performed in Priority 1 Watersheds as defined by the State of New Mexico. Workplan deliverables include: structural & non-structural Best Management Practices implementation for surface and ground water activities, Environmental Protection Agency approved Quality Assurance Project Plans when applicable, monitoring information including Total Maximum Daily Load development, Education and Outreach activities including watershed group formation, Semi-annual Reports, draft and final reports describing the success of the Non Point Source monitoring and management practices.
$7,219,50007/01/200406/30/2012
96478607Fayette Co. Water & Fire Prevention AuthorityCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This project is for the extension of water lines into two areas of the Concord Community, Fayette County Alabama which are currently being served by contaminated water wells. By providing drinking water enhancements this will eliminate a major health threat. The project is in the Sipsey Watershed (HUC #03160107).
$145,20009/01/200401/31/2008
99381702DC Water and Sewer AuthorityLEAD SERVICE REPLACEMENTS CONTRACT 2004-2

This grant is for the replacement of approximately 500 lead water service lines on public property as detailed in the approved construction contract documents for Contract Number 2004-2, Project 040070 in the District of Columbia.
$4,089,04007/15/200404/30/2008
97681701A Nurtured World IncorporatedCONSUMER AND ORGANIZATIONAL POLLUTION PREVENTION-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

This proposal includes two major activities: classroom training in pollution prevention-base Environmental Management Systems development; and hands-on coaching in performance-based Environmental Management Systems auditing. The primary audience for the training and audits will be regulated entities in areas with high-Toxic Release Inventory releases and/or located in Environmental Justice areas of Texas and Louisiana. This proposal is currently written to conduct two classroom training events and two hands-on audits. It could be expanded on request by EPA to include additional states or sessions in Region 6 if funding is available.
$38,32309/13/200408/31/2007
83199501Bourgas University Prof.As.ZlatarovDEVELOPMENT OF A METABOLIC SIMULATOR COMPUTER PROGRAM

To develop alternate methods of toxicity testing for organic chemicals.
$900,00009/01/200408/31/2010
83170501University of Southern CaliforniaFDP - SIMULATION OF TOXIC BLOOMS OF THE DIATOM PSEUDO-NITZCHIA SPP.

FDP - The objective of this project is to assess the relationship between episodic storm water runoff and Pseudo-nitzschia blooms hinted at in previous studies and indicated by elevated toxin levels measured near outlets of major river systems in the study area.
$365,54909/01/200408/31/2008
97057902WA Dept of EcologyWA DEQ STATE RESPONSE

To enhance the Washington state response program to assess, cleanup and redevelop brownfields properties.
$2,631,71407/01/200406/30/2006
97988201Tri-Valley CARESSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LAB (SITE 300)

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 (Site 300). 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.
$88,21507/12/200404/30/2013
96542301WSOS Community Action Commission Inc.PROJECT - WSOS CAC -TRIBAL CIRCUIT RIDER/TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

The goal of the circuit rider program is to assist the Tribes in the State of Wisconsin with their drinking water and wastewater systems through technical assistance, compliance assistance, and training. The recipient will provide compliance and technical assistance, financial and managerial capacity development to the Tribes in Region 5. The recipient will also help Tribal governments and Tribal utilities to ensure their drinking water meets SDWA standards.
$372,14907/15/200407/15/2009
96568801Village of AmandaPROJECT - VILLAGE OF AMANDA - SPECIAL APPROPRIATION

The Village of Amanda, Ohio proposes to upgrade its public water supply system to improve the quality of service to its residents and meet the State of Ohio's regulatory standards. This no cost action extends the budget and project periods to March 31, 2008 due to delay in receiving recipient matching funds. Grantee has provided revised timeline. See attached terms and conditions.
$173,50009/01/200406/30/2008
98281301City of Rye - NYCITY OF RYE, NY - FFY03 APPROPRIATIONS ACT GRANT

A Grant Agreement to assist the City of Rye to replace approximately 1300 feet of 8" sewer line. In addition the city will replace two pump stations and reconstruct one pump station. Additionally, plans include the elimination of some excessive Infiltration Inflow problems using smoke and die tests as well as sewer inspection camera to help in the investigation of the inflow and infiltration issues.
$433,70007/01/200409/30/2008
97309501Hermitage Municipal AuthorityMILLER ROAD PUMP STATION

This grant is for extension of the sanitary sewer system along the South Darby and Miller Roads including construction of 3,100 linear feet of gravity sewer, 3,000 linear feet of force main and a pump station in Hermitage, PA.
$369,90008/15/200409/30/2008
97114701City of Boston Public Facilities CommissionBROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Assessment of contaminated properties.
$337,00008/01/200406/30/2009
97102001Massachusetts E.O.E.A.IMPLEMENTATION OF MA BAYS COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

As directed by Section 320 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), this project, under the National Estuary Program (NEP), implements recommendations of the Mass Bays Program's (MBP) Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) to restore and maintain the chemical, physical and biolgical integrity of the estuary through tasks outlined in the MBP annual workplan. Activities include assessing trends in water quality, natural resources and uses; coordinating implementation of the CCMP by the State as well as federal and local agencies; and monitoring the effectiveness of actions.
$1,212,02707/01/200406/30/2008
96921601CA/NV Sec American Water Works AssnSDWA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - DRINKING WATER UTILITY SECURITY VIDEO PROJECT


This amendment extends the project and budget period ending dates to December 31, 2009 to continue production of security videos for drinking water utilities.
$50,00009/30/200412/31/2009
97102201Massachusetts Bays Estuary AssociationMASS BAYS NATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM CO-IMPLEMENTATION

As directed by Section 320 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), this project, under the National Estuary Program (NEP), implements recommendations of the Mass Bays Program's (MBP) Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) to restore and maintain the chemical, physical and biolgical integrity of the estuary through tasks outlined in the MBP annual workplan. Activities include stormwater outreach and education to protect and restore water quality and natural resources within the MassBays region.
$550,16308/14/200412/30/2008
98745401City of Wright CityWRIGHT CITY, MISSOURI - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ELEVATED WATER STORAGE TANK, including a new 500,000 gallon storage tank and a new well house and chlorination system at the storage tank site, as described in Recipient�s grant application.
$385,70007/26/200412/31/2006
98510102Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesSUPERFUND MULTISITE SUPPORT REMEDIAL ACTION COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funding for this cooperative agreement is being provided to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to conduct Superfund Remedial Action (RA) activities for the Sheboygan River site. Remedial Action activities support Management Assistance activities at Federal Lead sites and include reviewing/commenting on technical issues, participating in community relations activities, and assisting in inspections.
$234,40707/01/200403/31/2008
97108701Northeast Recycling Council IncMATERIALS EXCHANGE MARKETING RESEARCH PROJECT

NERC has an environmental education grant that has created a project working committee on New England Materials Exchanges, school and municipal purchasers and state recycling officials. The goal of this project is to develop a concentrated marketing effot so that Materials Exchanges and Surplus Property Offices become a part of the school and municipals purchasing decision-making process.
$15,05009/01/200409/30/2005
83179701Boise State UniversityDIRECTORY OF WATERSHED RESOURCES AND PLAN2FUND

SMALL GRANT: The objective of this project is to develop two tools to assist watershed groups in developing a funding strategy for watershed restoration activities. The Center will enhance and expand the Directory of Watershed Resources and Plan2Fund for applicability to other areas in the country.
$41,98708/01/200405/31/2006
96909501NevadaWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - NORTH LEMMON VALLEY

The grantee will construct municipal drinking water lines in the Heppner Subdivision in Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, NV. Residents can choose to hook up to the municipal water as private drinking water wells fail or if a well has poor water quality.

The grantee will also measure water levels to assess the in-lieu recharge impact of the project.
$1,300,10008/01/200406/30/2011
97825301Mulit-County Special Projects Cons.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION GRANT

Over the years, agricultural and environmental issues have become very controversial in North Dakota. The Multi-County Consortium (MCC) endeavors to create understanding and cooperation among the various stakeholders. Partnerships with Agricultural agencies and the Pembina County Soil Conservation, along with outreach to 4H, scouting, and hunting clubs, will begin to build ties between the stakeholders. MCC's main goal will be to train teachers on agricultural and conservation issues, including water quality and local economics. Educational trunks will be developed to instruct students on environmental issues that effect their local community and economy.
$10,76809/01/200408/31/2005
97294101Buffalo Society of Natural ScienceAUTHENTIC LEARNING COMMUNITIES

Authentic Learning Communities is a partnership between the City of Buffalo School District and the Buffalo Museum of Science/Tifft Nature preserve. It uses the theme of natural and human communities as a unifying concept for environmental education. The program engages learners utilizing authentic specimens, research, problem solving, and real world experiences. Students participate in an inquiry based citizen science project focusing on invasive species. This program connects children directly with science research. Environmental literacy and stewardship develops through the use of new technologies, data collection, and the study of current and past environmental health issues.
$20,79607/01/200406/30/2006
00915505CA Dept of Pesticide RegFY-05 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Continuing pesticide program cooperative agreement for pesticide enforcement, certification and training of RUP applicators, protect endangered species, protect water quality from pesticide contamination and implementation of the Worker Protection Standard.
$1,260,15607/01/200406/30/2005
97305901Granville TownshipGRANVILLE TOWNSHIP WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS AND STORAGE FACILITY

This grant is for modification of a 30 year-old pump station by replacing pumps and electrical switches, repairing and coating of 12 manholes, and construction of a storage building at the treatment plant to house equipment and materials used in the sludge processing system in Granville Township, PA.
$192,90007/01/200409/30/2007
97105001America's Clean Water FoundationTMDL TECH. ASST. TO STATES

Technical assistance will be provided primarily to the the State of Vermont on the development of Total Maximum Daily Limits (TMDL's) for urban streams impaired by stormwater. In addition, limited assistance on stormwater TMDLs will be made available to the other New England states.
$14,02108/26/200412/31/2005
97550004Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - NONPOINT SOURCE

FFY 2004 grant will be issued to support implementation of Division of Surface Water strategic initiatives. These initatives are designed to serve the Ohio NPS Program by supporting local project administration, building capacity for continuing program development and enhancement, and aligning 319 grant resources with TMDL and comprehensive planning development and restoration scenarios.
$6,997,20007/01/200406/30/2009
97664301Muscogee (Creek) NationAMBIENT WATER MONITORING (WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM)

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$60,00007/01/200401/31/2006
00622605Railroad Commission of TexasTEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSION (TX RRC) UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

Mechanical Integrity tests will be performed on approximately 70 Class III wells. Approximately 100 hydrocarbon storage wells will be tested for mechanical integrity.
$666,75109/01/200408/31/2005
97086201Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council"A TRIBAL VOICE," CONTAMINANTS PLANNING IN AK

Develop a collaborative plan to guide research, communication, and action on contaminants in Alaska while collaborating with the Yukon Territory.
$25,00009/01/200407/01/2007
00625305New Mexico Environment DepartmentHAZARDOUS WASTE GRANT - STATE PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to assist the State government in the development and implementation of an authorized hazardous waste management program for the purpose of controlling the generation, transportation, treatment and disposal of hazardous waste.
$933,44507/01/200406/30/2005
97308301Chestnut Ridge Area Joint Mun AuthSANITARY SEWER EXTENSION AND CONSTRUCTION OF PUMP STATION

This grant is for the construction of 8.6 miles of gravity sewers and force mains and one pump station to extend the sewage collection system into areas of East St. Clair, West St. Clair and King Townships in the service area of Chestnut Ridge Area Joint Municipality Authority in Chestnut Ridge, PA.
$303,60007/15/200409/30/2010
96406404Jessamine Co Fiscal CourtCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

NEW AWARD. Northern Jessamine Co. Sewer Line Extension Project. There are three drainage basins that will make up the North Jessamine Sanitary Sewer Extension Project. Tates Creek Estates Drainage Basin, Noland Drainage Basin and Ash Grove East and West; Cool Breeze; Leedean; and Jewel Drainage Basin. FNSI was issued 7/29/04.
$2,850,70007/14/200412/31/2013
97296200Center for Environmental Information Inc.STRATEGIC PLAN FOR LAKE ONTARIO COASTAL REGION

The Lake Ontario Coastal Initiative (LOCI) will develop a strategic plan to guide the restoration, remediation, protection and sustainable use of New York's North Coast and is a community based regional initiative.
$248,50008/16/200412/31/2005
99210105Union Cnty. Reg. Env. Health CommissionUNION FY-05 CAA-105

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Union County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections and receiving and addressing citizen complaints, etc.
$45,26407/01/200406/30/2005
97308501MD Dept of the EnvironmentPM2.5 AMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the national's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5 National Ambient Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies of health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operate and maintenance of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Network within the State of Maryland.
$2,880,71908/01/200403/31/2008
98005804AK Dept of Environ ConservCAPITALIZATION OF THE ALASKA DRINKING WATER FUND

Capitalization grant for the Alaska Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, pursuant to Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. This grant will add additional capital to the Loan Fund of the Alaska DWSRF, as well as help fund important Drinking Water Program activities through the DWSRF Program Set-Asides
$8,100,00007/01/200409/30/2009
96540801Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife CommissionSPAWNING HABITAT IN LAKE MICHIGAN WATERS

Quantify spawning habitat and determine distribution of stamp sands. Continue assessment of methylmercury levels of fish harvested and consumed by tribal members.
$220,00007/01/200412/31/2007
97117501Massachusetts Dept. of Conservation & RecreationIPSWICH RIVER WATERSHED

The purpose of this project is to implement and quantify the benefits of low-impact development (LID) techniques and water conservation techniques for decreasing runoff, increasing infiltration to ground water and conserving water, as well as quantifying their potential impact on a watershed-wide scale, through modeling. The Ipswich HSPF model will be modified to simulate scenarios involving various combinations of LID and conservation practices. The project involves outreach to developers, citizens, municipal officials and other local decision-makers, and legislative leaders.
$1,045,18509/15/200401/15/2011
96420109Lawrence County CommissionCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS


This action approves an award in the amount of $183,100 to Lawrence County Commission to provide a safe and adequate source of drinking water to the residents of Pine Torch Community in Lawrence County, Alabama. Lawrence County proposes to install 64,967 linear feet of 6-inch polyvinyl chloride water line, fire hydrants, a metering station, and a surge release station. The water line will connect to existing water lines at the Lindsay Hall community, follow Lawrence County Road through Pine Torch and connect to the City of Moulton water system along Alabama Highway 33.
$183,10008/01/200408/01/2009
97983701City of Chino HillsWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - ENGLISH CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT

This EPA assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $216,800. The project supports activities to improve drainage on the English Channel which runs south of Eucalyptus Avenue in the City of Chino Hills. The existing drainage structure under Payton Drive is undersized and this results in local flooding during significant rains.
$216,80008/20/200410/31/2009
99381701DC Water and Sewer AuthorityLEAD SERVICE REPLACEMENTS, 2004-1, PROJECT 040010

This grant is for the replacement of approximately 600 lead water service lines on public property as detailed in the approved construction contract documents for Contract Number 2004-1 in the District of Columbia.
$4,323,60007/15/200409/30/2007
83198801Native Ecology Initiative Inc.NATIVE ECOLOGY INITIATIVE - TO SUPPORT THE TRIBAL PESTICIDE PROGRAM COUNCIL

The objective of this project is to research and develop an appropriate approach for the formation of the Tribal Pesticide Programs Council that will work to strengthen tribal pesticide programs and serve as a tribal counterpart to the State FIFRA Issues Research Evaluation Group
$991,00009/13/200411/30/2009
97676401Ysleta Del Sur PuebloCONDUCT ASSESSMENT OF AIR TOXIC POLLUTION: MAINTAIN CAPACITY FOR TRIBAL AIR PROGRAM

This grant will be utilized for assessing and identifying Tribal community exposure to air toxics; developing an Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 approved Quality Assurance Project Plan for collecting air toxics data using canister and passive collection methods; continuing to identify and enhance air emission sources knowledge within Reservation boundaries through an amended air quality management plan; participating in air toxics-related, and other air quality training as appropriate; maintaining grantee�s presence in local, regional, and national air organizations; providing air guidance and knowledge to Tribal members regarding what the Tribe is doing under the air grant and what it finds; soliciting input from Tribal members regarding their concerns relevant to air toxics and other air quality issues in accordance with workplan deliverables.
$266,80909/01/200406/29/2007
97311601Town of ChathamSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant will provide for a project to install a data acquisition system and related monitors at the raw water reservoirs and water storage tanks to preserve public health and safety during prolonged droughts. Also, a generator will be installed at the lift station to protect the water quality of the nearby stream from wastewater overflows during power outages.
$144,60009/15/200411/30/2011
83203201Prince George's County GovernmentNAT. COMM. DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR LID AND SEPTIC SYSTEMS IN UPPER PATUXENT RIVER WATERSHED.

To demonstrate a comprehensive stormwater management plan using Low Impact Development (LID) for urban retrofit and developing a decentralized wastewater demonstration project. This demonstartion project begins the implementation for the Upper Patuxent Watershed Restoration Action Strategy and will provide the frame work for future restroation efforts in the Upper Patuxent Watershed.
$993,50009/01/200410/15/2014
98600106Arkansas Natural Resources CommissionAR-SAFE DRINKING WATER FUND (SDWF) SRF

To provide federal funds to the State of Arkansas for the purposes of providing loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for set-aside activities by the state for maintaining and operating the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Program in accordance with the provisions of Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$8,665,40009/15/200406/30/2008
00615705New Mexico Environment DepartmentFY 05 CAA 105 GRANT

The purpose of this award is to amend the incremental funding of original award of $489,674 for implementation of the approved Air Pollution Prevention and Abatement Program for FY05. This award will be for $887,280, the total award for the agreement shall be $1,376,954. The project scope includes activities related to air permitting, air planning, and environmental compliance (enforcement, surveillance, and ambient monitoring activities).
$1,376,95407/01/200406/30/2005
97673301New Mexico Environment DepartmentGALISTEO WATERSHED

The primary objectives of this project are (1) pre-restoration monitoring, (2) restoration (3) post restoration monitoring. this project will facilitate an expanded effort to create, restore, and protect wetlands in the Galisteo Watershed. New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) was awarded an additional $10,000 for completion of tasks that are part of the pilot project: develop a Wetlands Action Plan to incorporate into the Galisteo Watershed Restoration Action Strategy; print additional copies of the wetlands brochure and construct sign for the Wilderness Preserve.
$150,23009/01/200409/30/2010
83179801Commonwealth of Virginia Dept. of Env. QualityVIRGINIA NATURALLY: STATEWIDE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

SMALL GRANT--The project will provide environmental education in both formal and informal settings. This project will expand and coordinate leadership by establishing a statewide steering committee; administer an office of environmental education to develop statewide programmatic infrastructure and stability; expand and invigorate the statewide network of partners; use effective marketing strategies to increase awarness of enviornmental education services and assess the status of environmental education in Virginia communities.
$90,50007/01/200406/30/2006
97294401Wyckoff House & AssociationWYCKOFF FARMHOUSE COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION GARDEN

The goal of the project is to establish an organic market garden that will serve as a dynamic community center for sustainable living, educating its community about urban land use, food access, and environmental issues associated with developing sustainable local food systems. Interns and volunteers will learn about sustainable, organic gardening and the environmental issues involved. The garden staff will hold free workshops on sustainable gardening and the environmental significance of urban agriculture. Local high school students will serve as garden interns getting first hand experience with sustainable food production.
$12,09507/01/200408/30/2006
83186301Brown UniversityFDP - FARM TO COLLEGE: REDUCING FOOD MILES THROUGH DIRECT PURCHASES

SMALL GRANT: This project proposes to educate the public on the environmental benefits ol local food production in reducing the vehicle miles traveled in transporting food. This will include strategies to reduce fossil fuel consumption for food transportation and the amount of packaging associated with food products.
$10,00009/01/200404/30/2006
97087801Municipality of AnchorageMUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE


Funding for a series of projects including the best ways to control PM 10 particulate matter (especially during the spring), effects and ways to mitigate it for emissions from attached garages to homes, and a new automated monitoring data reporting system.
$1,988,10009/01/200406/30/2010
97667601Capital Area Council of GovernmentsNATIONAL AIR TOXICS MONITORING PROGRAM-COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT-AUSTIN-ROUND ROCK

This cooperative agreement is for the Capital Area Council of Governments to conduct air toxics monitoring in the Austin/Round Rock, Texas area. Proposed monitoring activities will serve to clarify spatial concentration pattern of key hazardous air pollutants within urban areas and address the first criterion mentioned in the solicitation is that the proposed monitoring sites will 'cover' a broad area of Austin and part of the City of Round Rock and part of the area outlying Austin (Austin-Bergstrom International Airport).
$376,77709/14/200411/30/2006
97815001City & County of DenverSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS, DEMONSTRATIONS & SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES

This grant is for a pilot demonstration project designed to assist the State and local community on the characterization of their local air toxics problems and to track their air toxics reduction activities.
$344,70809/01/200401/31/2007
96912901Hoopa Valley Tribal CouncilDRINKING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE TRIBAL SET-ASIDE: BALD HILL WATER PROJECT

This grant will provide funds for the construction of drinking water tanks, pump stations, and pipelines to extend the main water system to serve the residents of Bald Hill on Hoopa Valley Tribal Lands. The project addresses existing public health problems caused by unsafe drinking water provided by wells or surface water sources. This particular amendment is to address necessary construction change orders.
$2,795,35108/01/200411/30/2012
97287704Chautauqua CountyCHAUTAUQUA COUNTY - BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Under this cooperative agreement, Chautaqua County, NY, will carry out hazardous cleanup activities at the Former Roblin Steel site in the City of Dunkirk in Chautauqua County, NY. The activities will include:1) Developing a Community Response Plan; 2) Establishing an Administrative Record; 3) Preparing an Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives; 4) Writing an Action Memo; and 5) Conducting an Environmental Cleanup.
$100,00009/15/200409/30/2009
97999701Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement extends the budget and project period end dates from 8/31/05 to 11/30/05. There is no change to the EPA funding amount of $180,000. These funds will be used to support the following workplan tasks: 1. Removal of debris and non-beneficial plant species along .75 miles of Mussel Slough; 2. Replace non-beneficial plant species with native plant species along selected areas of Mussel Slough; 3. Implement plan to reduce solid waste disposal to significant areas around Mussel Slough; 4. Implement ongoing monitoring plan to detect levels of NPS pollutants (nitrates, phosphorous, total dissolved solids, fecal and total coliform, water temperatures, turbidity, pH; 5. Program Evaluation- Implement ongoing monitoring program to asess the quality of inflow to Mussel Slough; before and after photo documentation; 6. Submitting a final report; 7. Oversee contractor tasks of improving water quality along .75 miles of Mussel Slough including: a. Initiate restoration of Mussel Slough, b. Work with hydrologist to mitigate impairments, c. Enlist soils specialist to establish and maintain native grasses and plants; 8. Community education regarding beneficial uses of restored Slough; 9. Travel/Training of tribal staff; and 10. Providing quarterly and final reports.
$180,00009/01/200411/30/2005
97056602OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ RESPONSE PRGM

To enhance the Oregon state response program to assess, cleanup and redevelop brownfields properties.
$2,817,60807/01/200406/30/2006
97117301Rhode Island Economic Development CorporationRI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

Assessment of contaminated properties.
$400,00009/01/200412/31/2008
97050401City of SelawikCITY OF SELAWIK BROWNFIELD JOB TRAINING

The City of Selawik plans to train at least 12 local residents, achieve a 100% placement rate, and track students for at least eighteen months. The training program will consist of 40 hours of HAZWOPER certification training plus guidance on job opportunities and assistance with job applications. Students will be recruited from the City of Selawik and the Native Village of Selawik, which is co-located with the city and serves the same population. A number of local projects planned for the next few years will provide job opportunities for individuals trained under this grant.
$40,00008/15/200410/31/2006
97054001Benton CountyCREATING A SAFE PLACE FOR OURSELVES

An educational program to provide residents and workers in the area with information about potential risks due to a shallow alluvial aquifer, surface water run-off and intensive agricultural production.
$12,49509/01/200409/30/2007
97663501Pueblo of PicurisWATER QUALITY MONITORING


Development and contuatiion of water quality management program activities including water quality sampling, data compilation and water quality standards development.
$60,00009/01/200409/30/2005
98747801Southeast Iowa Regional Planning CommissionSE IOWA BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

Supports environmental site assessments of small southeastern Iowa communities that reflect the most pronounced adverse impacts of brownfield sites. Will help communities to facilitate the acquisition of targeted sites knowing the significance of the environmental impairments and the cost implications of these environmental concerns. Results will also aid in reuse planning and redevelopment efforts.
$400,00007/01/200407/31/2007
97076601Native Village of Goodnews BayWATER TREATMENT PLANT.

Construction of water treatment plant, raw water impoundment, and water line. NOTE: This grant is for $643,740.00 of EPA IN-KIND ASSISTANCE. As requested, funding will be provided to the Alaska Area Indian Health Services through an IAG between EPA and IHS for IHS to provide the facilities and services in the Village's application. Ref IAG DW 7595750801-0.
$1,257,90007/01/200412/01/2008
97664001Miami Tribe of OklahomaWATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The fiscal year 2004 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$100,00007/01/200408/31/2005
00505605Ohio Department of CommerceOHIO DEPT OF COMMERCE - 2005 UST PROGRAM

The Ohio Department of Commerce will oversee the remediation of underground storage tanks sites impacting soil and/or groundwater.
$186,80007/01/200406/30/2005
96905101Washoe Tribe of NV & CANONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - EXPAND TRIBAL PROGRAM & EROSION CONTROL PROJECT

This amendment extends the budget and project period ending dates to December 31, 2009. This project will reduce water pollution through streambank erosion control, streambank stabilization, and increase public knowledge of water pollution on Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California reservation.
$497,29809/01/200412/31/2009
83102401National Older Worker Career CenterSENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM - GREAT LAKES NATIONAL PROGRAM

To provide qualified senior workers to assist the Great Lakes Propram in Region V will provide EPA with technical assistance in carrying out activities under Goal 4, Healthy Communities and Ecosystems of EPA�s Strategic Plan.
$348,60008/01/200409/30/2007
96909801Hopland Band of Pomo IndiansSWDA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - RESOURCE CONSERVATION PROJECT

This project will improve solid waste management at the Hopland Tribe and assist in the continued development of a sustainable integrated solid waste program in the community, including education and outreach to tribal members and an increase of the current tribal recycling program capacity. This agreement provides $40,040 in EPA funds.
$40,04009/01/200410/31/2006
97527001Indiana Department of Environmental ManagementIDEM - COMPLIANCE MEASUREMENT- FY 2004

Rebudgeting (Major >10%)
This action is in response to the receipent's request to realign the budget object class categories. ALL PREVIOUSLY CITED TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN THE SAME.
$190,00007/30/200412/31/2004
97994701Monterey Cnty Water Resources AgencySPECIAL APPROPRIATION - SALINAS VALLEY WATER PROJECT, MONTEREY COUNTY

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $447,100 for the FY-03 S&T line item to the Monterey County Water Resources Agency for planning activities associated with the Salinas Valley Water Project. The objective of this grant is to develop an integrated watershed management plan that is expected to result in a reduction of water pollution, particularly salt water intrusion.
$447,10009/01/200409/30/2009
35000043New Mexico Environment DepartmentWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING FOR FY'S 05, 06 & 07

To provide assistance to NMED with water quality(WQ) management planning activities in the Rio Hondo (Taos Ski Valley), Rio Hondo/Rio Bonito, Upper Pecos, Canadian Headwaters, Cimarron, Upper Canadian, Mora and Rio San Jose Watershed TMDLs. Additionally, a Water Quality Analyzer database tool will be added to capture the logic and criteria of New Mexico�s surface water quality assessment process and produce screening-level assessments in tabular and report formats for incorporation into our Integrated CWA §303(d)/ §305(b) Report (Integrated Report). All aspects of these projects assists NMED with determining cause of WQ problems through the development of TMDLs and reporting these determinations in the updated Integrated 303(d)/305(b) Water Quality Monitoring Report for 2006-2008.
$300,00007/01/200406/30/2008
96553401Grand Valley State UniversityDELISTING TARGETS FOR MICHIGAN AREAS OF CONCERN - GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY- GLNPO FY04 PROJECT

The applicant will develop delisting targets for the Muskegon and White Lake Areas of Concern in Michigan.
$9,47207/01/200412/31/2006
98595404Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyCEP - OHIO EPA - DRINKING WATER SRF - FY 2004

This grant will provide funds to capitalize the Ohio Drinking Water State Revolving Fund which provides low interest loans to local municipalities to construct and upgrade needed water treatment facilities.
$25,311,50009/30/200409/30/2009
97686001City of WacoREHABILITATION OF SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEMS WITHIN LANDON AND BARRONS BRANCH DRAINAGE AREAS.

Rehabilitation of sewer collection systems located within the Landon and Barrons Branch drainage areas in McLennan County, Waco, Texas
$385,70009/13/200403/01/2011
83180201Urban Ecology Institute Inc.THE URBAN ECOLOGY COLLABORATIVE

SMALL GRANT - This project will build innovative urban environmental education in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions by delivering environmental education programs youths, conducting professional development for urban public school teachers, and conducting multi-city education research.
$97,80007/01/200409/30/2006
97081801Samish Indian NationINDIAN GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The General Assistance Program funds for this project will continue to provide the Tribe with the ability to sustain the environmental program development by further establishing management systems necessary to promote the healthy continuation of human and natural resource interactions in the land, air and water environments of the Samish historical Territory over the next two years.
$626,80009/01/200408/31/2008
41000034OR Dept. of Environ. QualityWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This grant supports Oregon DEQ in (1) the assessment of why certain waterbodies in Oregon do not meet water quality standards and (2) the development of specific clean up plans to reduce pollutant loadings sufficiently to meet those standards in the future.
$274,18207/01/200406/30/2006
98399201Municipal Authority of the Borough of DerryWATER TREATMENT PLANT RENOVATION

This grant is for renovations to the water treatment plant and improvements to the distribution system in Derry, PA.
$433,70008/30/200406/30/2008
97301801VA Dept of Conservation and RecreationVA DCR IMPLEMENTATION FY2004

This grant supports the Commonwealth of Virginia's efforts to implement the Chesapeake 2000 agreement, including assistance to farmers and other landowners in developing nutrient management plans and restoring streams, educational programs and sub-grants to demonstrate urban best management practices.
$2,487,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97990901Yerington Paiute TribeTRIBAL RADON PILOT PROJECT - YERINGTON PAIUTE TRIBE

This amendment extends the budget and project period ending dates from June 30, 2005 to October 31, 2005. The purpose of this project is to increase testing for radon in tribal homes and building, and increase awareness of the health effects associated with radon.
$55,00007/01/200410/31/2005
96914701Poway Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement will be used to conduct community-wide Phase I and health risk assessments; to develop a database for an area along a 2.59-mile section of Poway Road, which has 56 known, and many more unknown, leaking underground storage tanks; and for cleanup planning and community outreach. Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004. The EPA funding amount is $200,000.
$200,00007/01/200410/31/2007
97986701City of East Palo AltoBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

At the request of the City of East Palo Alto, this assistance amendment is being closed out. This assistance amendment decreases the federal amount by $500,000. Per letter dated July 23, 2008, this assistance amendment is being terminated for convenience by both the Environmental Protection Agency and the City East Palo Alto. The recipients match is also reduced by $100,000.
$008/01/200406/30/2008
00336505PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionPENNSYLVANIA PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION PROGRAM

To provide support for and implementation of a public water system supervision program adequate to enforce the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
$8,671,72507/01/200406/30/2006
97313501WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionPOLLUTION PREVENTION INCENTIVES FOR STATES GRANT PROGRAM

The project sustains the operation, maintenance, integration and development of the West Virginia Pollution Prevention Program. Activities addressed by the State Program will include the following: Greening Businesses, Buildings and Communities; Integrating Pollution Prevention across Multimedia and Management System Integration.
$80,00007/01/200410/31/2006
97685301Border Environment Cooperation Comm.BECC: FOCAL POINT FOR COLLABORATION ON BOTH SIDES OF US/MEXICO BORDER

Funding is for the Border Environment Cooperation Commission to assist communities in the US-Mexico Border Corridor (100km on either side of the US-Mexico Border) to develop projects needed to provide adequate drinking water and sewage treatment to the residents in this area.
$2,500,00009/22/200406/28/2013
97087001Ekwok Village CouncilDEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

This assistance agreement funds technical support for the recipient to develop appropriate solid waste methodologies (including alternative dump closure, recycling, and hazardous waste collection methods) and an overall Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan.
$52,93609/28/200412/31/2005
98744701Native American Water AssociationFY04 TRIBAL DRINKING WATER - TECH ASSIST

This amendment extend the project and budget period to help in the technical assistance project and to help determine the status of tribal water operations, maintenance, and management programs through the use of the Woodard & Curran MAP (Management Assessment Profile) evaluation system.
$64,80009/01/200412/31/2005
97101701City of LowellTANNER STREET AREA-WIDE SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT PILOT

The objective of this project is to investigate low impact redevelopment options for a site identified under the superfund redevelopment initiative study.
$38,00009/30/200403/31/2006
97810601Lincoln County Port AuthoritySUPERFUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Land use planning for former Stimson Mill property within Libby Asbestos Site
$50,00007/01/200408/31/2009
97293601Hofstra UniversityRACCOON AND TERRAPIN MANAGEMENT ISSUES AT JAMAICA BAY WILDLIFE REFUGE

This project creates an educational program for the general public and teachers to conduct studies and, as a result, learn about wildlife management, specifically, the interactions between diamondback terrapins and raccoons in the Jamaica Bay wildlife refuge. Educational outreach sessions will be conducted with local conservation/environmental organizations and educators to teach them about the ecological balance management issues in the refuge and enlist participation in hands-on educational programs.
$5,00007/01/200408/30/2006
83178001United Nations Economic Commission for EuropeDEVELOPMENT OF COAL MINE METHANE PROJECTS IN EUROPE AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES

The purpose of this project is to support efforts to build the capacity of government and industry officials in the Newly Independent States and Central and Eastern Europe to seek project financing that will lead to improved environmental protection. Such practices will improve the chances that projects will receive funding, thus leading to reduced greenhouse gas emissions and improved air quality.
$205,00009/01/200409/30/2008
98177802Connecticut Department of Public HealthTSCA TITLE IV FOR ASSISTANCE WITH OUTREACH

Lead compliance assistance to the regulated community for the Assessment outreach, compliance and enforcement of te Lead Pre-Renovation Education.
$120,00007/01/200409/30/2005
99690005OK Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

This PPG includes the following programs: 1) Air Quality, Section 105; 2) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Hazardous Waste; 3) Lead-Based Paint; 4) Lead Enforcement; 5) Public Water Supply Supervision; 6) Underground Injection Control; and 7) Radon.
$4,253,36707/01/200406/30/2005
97293901Prospect Park Alliance Inc.MIDWOOD GREEN TEAM PROJECT

This project will engage 20 preteens in hands-on study, restoration, protection and interpretation of Prospect Park's Midwood, a natural habitat. Participants will increase the development and delivery of ecological programs to under-served youths. Participants will design, produce and install educational signage to increase environmental stewardship in park visitors.
$5,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97302201MD Dept of the EnvironmentCORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Funds will be used to implement/continue activities to support 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.
$2,832,79207/01/200406/30/2011
00945605NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSFY 05/06 UNNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) PROGRAM

The NV Division of Environmental Protection has been awarded primary enforcement authority pursuant to Section 1422 of the SDWA, and 40 CFR, Part 147.1450 to administer the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program. Primary areas of work that will be conducted under this Program include permitting UIC wells, performing facility inspections, completing compliance evaluations, witnessing mechanical integrity tests and taking appropriate enforcement actions when warranted. This amendment will provide incremental funding in the amount of $18,712. The revised EPA funding amount is $119,829.
$186,51707/01/200406/30/2006
96915401County of HumboldtBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This agreement hereby extends the budget and project period from October 31, 2006 to October 31, 2007. The terms and conditions #1 and #10 have been revised. All other terms and conditions remain in full force and effect.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $400,000 to support the inventory and prioritization of brownfields in County redevelopment areas with Phase I Assessments, Phase II Assessments and remediation planning on prioritized sites.

Pre-award costs approved back to July 1, 2004.
$400,00007/01/200410/31/2007
97801101UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH DEQ/FY06 NPDES

This amendment will expand the range of biosolids type that will be evaluated and additional sampling will be conducted. Metals will be analyzed in the soils to determine the impact of phosphorus mobility and vegetative uptake to determine the nutritional value of the vegetation. Total protein content will be used to evaluate this facet.
$98,90008/01/200409/30/2008
97307101City of MoundsvilleSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This award is for the City of Moundsville for the construction of a new 3.0 million gallon per day direct filtration water treatment plant utilizing the preozonation process and softening.
$2,168,30009/15/200412/31/2008
97988901Duckwater Shoshone TribeSDWA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - SOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $52,094 to complete the source water assessment and implement protection activites.
$52,09407/01/200412/31/2005
96407604Dekalb Co. Park and Recreation DepartmentGA DEKALBCOPARKS&RECREATION ENVED

New Award: This project introduces students and Teachers to the value of wetlands, particularly in an urban environment, for wildlife habitat, water quality, and flood reduction.
$5,00008/16/200407/31/2006
97108501University of Southern MaineONLINE DIRECTORY OF WATERSHED FUNDING RESOURCES

The New England Environmental Finance Center (EFC) located in EPA Region 1 will work cooperatively with the Environmental Finance Center at Boise State University in EPA Region 10 to expand the Boise EFC's online searchable watershed funding directory to include funding sources in New England. The Directory will be housed on a server at Boise State University. The database will include the funding program description, contacts, and application deadlines.
$23,17309/01/200412/31/2005
97091901Washington TroutHABITAT LOST AND FOUND: LAKE TYPING

This project will identify misclassified lakes to ensure more complete environmental protection for eligible fish habitat. The primary goal of this project is to identify the extent to which lakes in Washington that qualify for protection from development on the basis of their size currently fail to receive this protection.
$47,00009/30/200411/30/2005
97664801Sac and Fox NationWATERSHED MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROJECT

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$90,89708/01/200409/30/2005
97285304Clayton Local Development CorporationCLAYTON LOCAL DEVELOPMENT CORP - BF ASSESSMENT

A Cooperative Agreement with the Clayton Local Development Corporation 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.
$115,00009/19/200409/30/2007
96902001Fort Independence ReservationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - GAP III

Funds support continuing efforts by the Tribe to plan, develop, and establish an Environmental Protection Program. Activities include capacity building, outreach and education, development of an Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan, and working collaboratively with other governmental entities on relevant environmental issues.

Funds support activities through 9/16/08.

This assistance amendment increases the amount of federal EPA funding by $125,422 to a revised total of $589,881.
$589,88109/17/200409/16/2008
96543101Copper Country Intermediate School DistrictCOPPER COUNTRY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT - EE

An after school environmental science class and forest and pond ecology field trips will be conducted by university students for students in grade 1-8. Students will come from all 21 school districts in a five county area.
$24,75607/01/200412/31/2005
96546701Tellus Institute Inc.PROJECT-DECOMMISSION PCB TRANSFORMERS-TELLUS INSTITUTE-GLNPO FY04

This project will encourage firms to decommission Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) transformers by helping them understand the true costs and savings of PCB phaseout. This supplemental funding will enable Tellus to conduct an additional case study to understand firms' current cost assessments for PCB transformer use and to develop updated cost estimates of PCB transformer management and disposal. The results of this reseach will be incorporated into a spreadsheet tool that will assist other PCB transformer owners to estimate their costs/savings of PCB phaseout.
$15,00009/30/200409/30/2006
00622205Louisiana Department of Natural ResourcesLA DNR UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) FY2005

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDNR) will administer the Underground Injection Control (UIC) program, having jurisdiction over Class I, II, III, IV and V wells (excluding Indian Lands). LDNR will maintain a strong field presence by conducting field surveillance, investigation, inspection, and enforcement activities for all classes of injection and disposal wells.
$404,12007/01/200406/30/2005
97078401OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ

Monitoring for air toxics at the La Grande, Oregon National Air Toxics Trends Site.
$799,12507/01/200406/30/2007
99912005White Mountain Apache TribeFY05/06/07/08 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to continue to support the White Mt. Apache Tribe to develop and implement the Tribe's Water Pollution Control program as follows: Administer the watershed Program, Continue monitoring targeted assessments of Tribal surface waters, evaluate past monitoring projects and at-risk sites, staff training, and quarterly reporting to EPA as required.
$837,17807/01/200406/30/2008
83190201Duke UniversityPULSED UV VERSUS LOW TO MEDIUM PRESSURE UV: EVALUATION OF DRINKING WATER TREATMENT EFFICIENCY -

Pulsed UV is being considered as an additional drinking water treatment method because it could help to minimize the formation of disinfection by-products and more effectively combat certain organisms resistant to chlorination.
$200,00008/01/200403/31/2008
97310501PA Dept of Environmental ProtectionPADEP - PM 2.5 AIR MONITORING PROGRAM

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the nation's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated, data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5, National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies of health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the State of Pennsylvania PM 2.5 Monitoring Network within the state.
$3,512,46908/01/200403/31/2008
97313301Cecil TownshipMILLERS RUN SANITARY SEWER

The project consists of the construction of 13,000 linear feet of interceptor sewer, 800 linear feet of force main, two pump stations and a 0.52 million gallons per day treatment plant with discharge to Miller's Run in the Upper Ohio Watershed.
$1,444,90008/15/200409/30/2009
37000104North Carolina DENRCAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUNDS

NEW AWARD in the amount of $23,918,400. CW SRF funds are appropriated to fund wastewater, non-point source and estuary projects. The Intended Use Plan lists all projects that will be funded with this appropriation.
$23,918,40007/01/200412/31/2008
83199001New England Governors' Conference Inc"COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP" TO SUPPORT THE CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN

SMALL GRANT - This project supports efforts to build capacity in colleges and universities for clean energy actions that improve air quality and public health throughout New England. A regional workshop aimed at higher education will identify best practices and replicable strategies. A Website will establish an online community to share information and build momentum at schools throughout New England.
$10,00009/01/200402/28/2006
83196901Minnesota Pollution Control AgencyFY04 EXCHANGE NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION GRANT

The purpose of this project is to flow additional data and improve the quality of important data to be flowed. The two goals are 1) flow two types of facility-state data and flow one type of state-to-EPA data, and 2) improve quality of facility and other data to improve reliability and confidence in flow data.
$300,00008/01/200403/31/2007
96547301Illinois Department of AgriculturePROJECT-UNWANTED PESTICIDE SWEEP-ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-GLNPO FY04

The Illinois Department of Agriculture (DOA) proposes to conduct an unwanted pesticide clean sweep project in the area encompassing Cook, Kane, and DuPage counties of Illinois in the Lake Michigan basin. This opportunity for the disposal of unneeded, unwanted, or outdated pesticides will be available to land owners, nursery owners, pest control operators, and farmers. The Illinois DOA will contract with a waste disposal company for the collection, transport, and disposal of the pesticides. The event will consist of a one-day, single-site collection at a centralized location within the three county region.

The DOA will maintain a list of pesticide products and quantities relinquished for disposal. The DOA will provide to the U.S. EPA a written report of 1) the quantities of pesticides collected for disposal itemized by active ingredients; 2) a list of products and the quantity of products not accepted for disposal, if any; 3) the number of participants utilizing the clean sweep program; and 4) an itemization of any spills or accidents.
$45,00009/14/200412/13/2005
96916701AZ Dept of Env QualityU.S. MEXICO BORDER GRANT - ARIZONA/SONORA EDUCATION AND OUTREACH PROJECT

This assistance agreement provides EPA funding in the amount of $30,000. This project will develop and implement a public education and outreach project in the Arizona/Sonora border region aimed at reducing children's exposures to environmental contaminants, with particular emphasis on asthma triggers linked to environmental conditions and pesticide use at schools and child-care facilities.
$30,00009/01/200410/31/2007
97101301University of Massachusetts DartmouthLIS NATURAL ISOTOPIC TRACERS

The objective of this project is to substantially improve the quantification of the impact of the anthropogenic N loadings with respect to natural sources by an approach using natural isotopic tracers as innovative geochemical tools.
$125,59107/01/200403/31/2007
96901501Elem Indian ColonyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM III

The objective of the project is for the Elem Indian Colony to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program through outreach and education, to coordinate with the Superfund program on the cleanup of the Sulfur Bank Mercury Mine, and to seek other grant funding.
$337,00009/15/200409/14/2008
83191101Research Triangle InstituteVERIFICATION TESTING OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES -

To efficiently operate the existing Air Pollution Control Technology Center during the term of this agreement. Major objectives of the Air Pollution Control Technology Center include the establishment, execution, and implementation of verification testing of selected categories of air pollution control technologies.
$1,800,00008/15/200405/14/2011
96909201AZ Dept of Env QualityCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - JOINT AIR TOXICS ASSESSMENT PROJECT (JTAP)

This assistance agreement provides EPA funding in the amount of $230,788 for the deployment and operation of air toxics monitoring equipment in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Funds from this project will fund the operation and five of the seven air monitoring stations in the Phoenix area.
$230,78807/01/200412/31/2006
96537601Ohio Department of AgricultureOHIO DEPT OF AGRICULTURE - ANALYTICAL METHODS DEV

ODA is developing a method for analyzing Sulfonyl Urea Herbicide residues using Gas Chromatography. The existing methods are laborious extraction and cleanup for complex matrices, lack of sensitivity, equipment needs are expensive (HPLC with tandem Mass Spectrometer). The GC method will be simpler, more sensitive and easier to perform.
$57,00007/01/200410/31/2006
96910501CA Air Pollution Control Officers AssnCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - IMPERIAL MEXICALI AQ TASK FORCE

To address/strengthen working relationships between all stakeholders that deal with air quality issues in the Imperial-Mexicali binational area; to develop an implementation plan to address air issues; and to implement projects in the same area.
$107,50009/01/200403/31/2007
97071201Hydaburg Cooperative Association (IRA)GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Continuation of Hydaburg environmental program development. Key activities include establishing baseline data on conditions in subsistence food gathering areas, staff training, community education, and solid waste diversion for recycling and food waste composting.
$390,30507/01/200409/30/2007
97301701Center for Watershed Protection Inc.ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES

This project forwards the Builders for the Bay initiative that seeks to engage stakeholders in a consensus process in one Chesapeake Bay locality in order to identify and recommend code and ordinance changes to encourage environmentally sensitive development practices.
$30,00007/01/200410/31/2006
00204805County of MiddlesexAIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Middlesex County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections; and, receive and address citizen complaints.
$108,97607/01/200406/30/2005
97301601PA Fish and Boat CommissionFY2004 FISH PASSAGE IMPLEMENTATION

This grant will support engineering design and implementation of dam removal and fish passage projects within the Potomac and Susquehanna Basins in pursuit of Chesapeake Bay Program objectives for restoration of resident and migratory fish passage in these basins.
$65,00007/01/200409/30/2007
97078301Dayton School Dist #2BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE DAYTON AREA: A SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION PROJECT

This project will teach 120 high school students about the effects of local farming conservation practices using "project based learning." Students will hear agricultural producers talk about best management practices, then these students will design a test of the effectiveness of the BMPs in protecting soil and water resources. This project will include at least 5 field visits which include field measurements and testing over a period of one year. In addition to this, the students will collect water quality data along the Touchet River bi-weekly. Students will analyze their results, create written reports and present them to local growers.
$3,20009/01/200405/31/2005
96902901Clark County Dept of Air Quality & Env MgmtSPECIAL APPROPRIATION - OZONE TRANSPORT GRANT

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $397,500 for the Ozone Transport Study jointly by the Clark County AQMDs and the Desert Research Institute (DRI). Pre-award costs have been approved back to August 1, 2004.
$397,50008/01/200410/31/2006
97805401City of CorsicaCORSICA WATER INFRASTRUCTURE

Replacement of existing water tower and instillation of water supply line
$994,10009/01/200412/31/2009
96408604Jackson State UniversityENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

NEW AWARD - This action approves an award in the amount of $40,000 for a study focusing on strengthening educational efforts for air toxics in MS and will include the development of educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, Jackson State University faculty members, and local public school teachers.
$40,00009/01/200412/31/2005
97806201Shoshone & Northern Arapaho TribeLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM

To assist the Tribe in implementing an effective Leaking Underground Storage Tank regulatory program as set form in Subtitle I of the Solid Wast Disposal Act.
$20,00009/01/200403/31/2006
96440706Webster County Fiscal CourtCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

To provide funds for the construction of the South Sebree Industrial Sewer Expansion Project. This Project will reduce infiltration/inflow and enlarge the sewer line to allow additional flow and eliminate lesser forms of treatment.
$563,80008/01/200402/01/2008
00173316New Hampshire D.E.S.CORE PROGRAM

Funding is being provided for Core (Non-Site-Specific) activities.
$293,58209/01/200408/31/2005
00162115Vermont D.O.H.STATE INDOOR RADON GRANT PROGRAM

Excerpts from Application: "...The Vermont Department of Health has been designated by the Governor as the lead agency for radon programs in Vermont. The Division of Health Protection is the specific division within the Department reponsible for implementing programs activities.
In April 1999, the Radon Program was transferred from the Occupational and Radiological Health Program into the Environmental Health Program. This change was part of a larger divisional reorganization with the goal of better utilitizing staff resources to accomplish division goals and objectives..."
$88,47107/01/200406/30/2005
00622305NM Dept of Energy Minerals and Natural ResourcesNM DEMNR - UIC FY2005

The Oil Conservation Division (OCD) of the NM DEMNR administers the UIC program for Class I UIC wells injecting oil field generated wastes, all Class II UIC wells, Class III Solution Mining UIC wells, Class V UIC wells injecting oil field generated wastes, and Class V UIC Geothermal wells. OCD will coordinate with other State ground water-related programs to ensure that UIC program mandates are being met. Class V wells under OCD jurisdiction will be evaluated for potential for contamination. Activities will be implemented for pollution reduction or elimination, particularly in the delineated sensitive aquifer areas.
$413,73607/01/200406/30/2005
97805301Sandy City Corp.SANDY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE

Replacement of Granite 1.5 MG Water Tank with new 5 MG Tank
$650,90009/03/200412/31/2008
97098201Pac NW Poll Prev Res CenterBUSINESS AND INDUSTRY LEADER'S FORUM

Pollution Prevention Resource Center will organize and facilitate a forum for business and industry leaders to instruct them about pollution prevention (P2) solutions to environmental and waste management problems. Invitees will be from the states of WA, ID, and OR. This forum will focus on information exchange, identifying innovative partners, discussing strategic directions for P2, and teaching about available technical assistance.
$20,00008/05/200404/01/2005
98744901City of RussellCITY OF RUSSELL KANSAS INFRASTRUCTURE

THE SOUTH RUSSELL COUNTY WATER PROJECT consisting of the construction of a raw water transmission line, and the upgrade of the Pfiefer and Big Creek pumping stations, as described in Recipient�s grant application.
$970,00008/16/200410/31/2007
97311301MD Dept of the EnvironmentENVIRONMENTAL DATA MANAGEMENT & RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR MD MINES

This award provides $248,500 to assist MD to develop an environmental GIS database for the retrieval and utilization of historic and current coal extraction data and mapping for the five coals basins of Maryland.
$248,50009/01/200409/30/2007
97077401AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP

This amendment provides continuing environmental program and task funding for planning, developing establishing, carrying out, improving and maintaining programs for the prevention and control of air pollution and implementation of air quality standards.
$3,295,70507/01/200406/30/2006
98746601Environmental Resources CoalitionECOLOGICAL AND WATER RESOURCES ASSESSMENT PROJECT -EWRAP

The Environmental Resources Coalition will collect water quality data, conduct water quality studies, develop straw methodology's for establishing water quality standards, and gather information from other states that will be provided to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to assist in administering Water Quality Standards, Total Maximum Daily Loads, and State Operating Permits.

This amendment is to extend the budget and project period to 09/30/2010 to allow the recipient time to complete the funded project.

$1,641,20009/01/200409/30/2010
97073701Alaska Natural Resource & Outdoor Education AssnEE ACROSS ALASKA

This environmental education capacity building project for the state of Alaska will include three components: educator training at regional conferences in Anchorage and Fairbanks, the establishment of a statewide interagency EE committee, and the development of statewide resource guides. The ultimate goal of the project is to increase the effectiveness of environmental education efforts across the state through coordinated and effective partnerships.
$10,53007/01/200401/31/2006
97301501OFC Vice Prov for ResWASTEWATER AS A NUTRIENT REDUCTION STRATEGY

This project evaluates the use of land application of wastewater as an alternative to effluent discharge to reduce nutrients loads entering the Chesapeake Bay. Present land application sights will be inventoried, states' land application regulations will be compared, more efficient ways to use wastewater effluent will be explored, and cost for present and future land application facilities will be determined.
$28,73508/01/200407/31/2005
97114901Southern Maine Regional Planning CommissionBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM S. MAINE RPC

Assessment of properties to determine the extent of contamination on the sites through the Southern Maine Regional Planning Commission
$200,00008/01/200409/30/2006
96548901Environment CanadaINTEGRATED ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION NETWORK QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM

This award will help contribute to the implementation of the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN) as mandated by Annex 15 of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The IADN is a binational U.S.-Canada air toxics monitoring network. This project will continue a proactive quality assurance/quality control program, ensuring that IADN data is of high quality and that results are comparable between agencies. The program includes the funding for an IADN QA Officer position and review of data from the interagency collocated monitoring site at Point Petre, Ontario.
$99,89609/01/200411/01/2009
83210801Iowa Department of Natural ResourcesFY04 EXCHANGE NETWORK IMPLEMENTATION GRANT

The purpose of the project is to implement three data flows from the Iowa Deparment of Natural Resources to EPA using the Exchange Network. Implement the data flow to: (1) EPA's Facility Registry System (FRS); (2) to EPA for Air National Emissions Inventory (NEI); and (3) to EPA's Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS).
$300,00007/01/200412/31/2006
83188101Cornell UniversityFDP- CITY IN A BOX: A NEW PARADIGM FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING

SMALL GRANT- The objective for this project is to design a facility for 50,000 persons for a live-work environment by meeting fully the requirements for energy by renewable sources. Renewable sources include wind, solar, and biomass, and meet most of the population's food requirements and management of the building waste, thereby minimizing the building's impact on the environment and implementing a sustainable integrated system.
$10,00009/15/200409/14/2006
96909701West Valley Water DistrictWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - INLAND EMPIRE PERCHLORATE FORCE WELLHEAD TREATMENT

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $482,100 for your FY-04 Congressional Appropriation for Inland Empire Perchlorate Force Wellhead Treatment. The project supports replacement and disposal of resin media at six current wellhead treatment systems used to remove perchlorate from underground sources of drinking water. Pre-Award costs estimated at $116,909 are approved back to July 5, 2004.
$482,10007/05/200410/31/2005
98744801City of SteelvilleCITY OF STEELVILLE, MISSOURI - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT

For completion of a water service project, well and water storage tank. This project upgrades the city water system and extends municipal water to an area of the city not currently served.
$144,60007/19/200412/31/2007
96028101Fairbanks North Star BoroughREMOVAL OF CITY OF FAIRBANKS OLD SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

This project is for water quality protection by removing the City of Fairbank's old sewage treatment plant and old sewage lines located in the center of town. This will eliminate a possible public health risk of potential discharges into the Chena River along with other contaminated soils and hazardous materials.
$687,29207/01/200412/31/2010
97082201OR Dept. of Environ. QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Oregon Performance Partnership Grant will provide resources to create and implement programs to protect air, land and water resources in Oregon. A Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) is being used in order to provide the State with flexibility to focus on activities that achieve the best envrironmental results. The work performed under this agreement is in accord with the Performance Partnership Agreement (PPA) and any amendments to the PPA. The PPA is a joint planning document between the Oregon Deparment of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency that addresses the highest priority work for air, water and hazardous waste management in Oregon.
$15,458,18907/01/200406/30/2006
96551801University of ToledoDEVELOP BENEFICIAL USE IMPAIRMENT DELISTING TARGETS-UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO-GLNPO FY 04

Grant will develop Beneficial Use Impairment delisting targets for the Maumee River Area of Concern. This will help to formally delist the Area of Concern.
$19,78109/01/200408/31/2006
98640305LA Department of Environmental QualityFY 05 LOUISIANA PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (PPG)

The objective of this grant is to provide assistance to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) to meet basic pollution control programs which are designed to meet the requirements of the 1) Clean Air Act, Section 105, 2) Clean Water Act, Section 106, 3) RCRA Solid Waste (UST) and 4) RCRA Hazardous Waste.
$10,668,19907/01/200406/30/2005
97305101Town of OrangeSPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant will fund the construction of a 44 million gallon raw water storage basin adjacent to the Town of Orange's drinking water filtration plant. Also, an additional pump will be installed in the raw water pumping station and other modifications to the existing raw water intake to accommodate the new basin.
$303,60009/15/200412/31/2005
83198201Pollution Control DepartmentBANGKOK DIESEL RETROFIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

To support demonstrations relating to the control of air pollution. This project will demonstrate the effectiveness of retrofitting existing diesel vehicles with emission control technologies, and using cleaner sulfur diesel fuel, in reducing emissions from existing diesel vehicles in Bangkok, Thailand.
$120,00008/01/200402/28/2009
97811501City of LouisvilleCITY OF LOUISVILLE- BROWNFIELDS

Brownfields Assessment of the Highway 42 Revitalization Area by City of Louisville.
$200,00008/20/200409/30/2008
83214601National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Inc.CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE CENTER PLATFORM

To provide the Centers with comprehensive, easy to understand compliance information in language that speaks to the regulated entities in order to help these entities comply with environmental laws and regulations.
$1,295,00009/01/200408/31/2010
83212701Univ. North Carolina at CharlotteDEVELOPING A REGIONAL VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT (REVA) PROGRAM AND TOOLS -

SMALL GRANT - Support improved environmentally-conscious decision-making on the part of local elected and appointed officials through forecasts of cumulative impacts of potential land use changes. Transfer the technology advancements made under EPA's ReVa program to regional decision-makers by making a customized version of ReVA's web based Environmental Decision Tool kit accessible.
$74,99608/01/200410/31/2007
96908701City of Nogales ArizonaUS-MEXICO BORDER GRANT - AMBOS NOGALES BI-NATIONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN REWRITE

This assistance agreement provides funding to expand the scope of the current Emergency Response Plan to include all hazards (All Hazards/Emergencies Plan).
$20,00009/15/200403/31/2008
83184401University of WashingtonFDP -CONCORDANCE ANALYSIS OF PROBABILISTIC AGGREGATE EXPOSURE ASSESSMENTS AND BIOMARKERS OF EXPOSURE

To examine the accuracy of current pesticide exposure assessment models, and to demonstrate a novel method for the development and evaluation of such models.
$449,19308/01/200407/31/2009
97105901Maine D.E.P.TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD (TMDL) PROJECTS IN MAINE - 2005

This project will provide stream data, land use assessments, modeling results, and report preparation support for the development of pollutant loading capacities for stormwater and nonpoint-source impaired streams in Maine.
$180,00008/23/200409/30/2008
99971405Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionFY05/06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance amendment increases the amount of federal EPA funding by $156,000 to a revised total of $297,000. The revised total approved cost is $312,768.

These funds support continued development and implementation of the Water Quality Monitoring Program through June 30, 2006. This includes ground and surface water monitoring and data collection, development of groundwater flow models, and the water quality database supporting Bishop, Big Pine and Lone Pine Reservations in Inyo County.
$297,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97293401Brooklyn Botanic GardenTHE WATER CONSERVATION INITIATIVE

The grant enables the recipient to develop an on-going educational program for young people and their teachers, produce age-appropriate materials on water conservation for 600 students and 20 teachers, provide water conservation kits to 10 classes to create a school garden and link gardens with community resources that can help sustain them.
$5,00007/01/200408/30/2006
99364804MD Dept of the EnvironmentMARYLAND DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

To continue capitalization of the Maryland 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.
$9,548,15609/01/200401/31/2008
96913001Thimmakka's Resources for Environmental EducationSOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE - GREENING ETHNIC RESTAURANTS (GER)

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $50,000 for Thimmakka's Resources to provide multimedia technical assistance to more than 200 restaurants in California. Technical assistance will focus on reductions in energy and water use, solid waste reduction and recycling, and purchasing of environmentally preferable products. The program will track the impacts of the changes, including financial savings. The methods and tools developed will be distributed to other interested groups to use with other businesses.

Preaward costs have been approved back to August 1, 2004.
$50,00008/01/200401/31/2006
98454704Kentucky Infrastructure AuthoritySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

DWSRF funds are appropriated to fund state loan programs for drinking water projects, state assistance programs, small system programs, and local assistance programs. The State's Intended Use Plan lists all projects that will be funded with these funds.
$10,110,20009/30/200409/30/2011
00537905Ohio Environmental Protection AgencyOHIO EPA - PWSS

Protect public health by ensuring safe drinking water and protecting ground water.
$2,954,22507/01/200406/30/2005
97290101Village of PelhamFFY 04 APPROPRIATIONS ACT GRANT - VILLAGE OF PELHAM

A Grant Agreement to assist the Village of Pelham with improvements to the water quality to the Hutchinson River by making improvements to the sanitary and storm water infrastructure. The objectives are to reduce sewage borne pathogens, nutrients and sediments as well as to replace failing pipes and drains.
$109,00009/30/200412/31/2008
13000104GA Environmental Facilities AuthoritySRF CAPITALIZATION GRANT

New Award - Continuous Program. To create State Revolving Funds (SRFs) through a program of capitalization grants to States which will provide a long term source of State financing for construction of wastewater treatment facilities and implementation of other water quality management activities.
$22,407,56108/01/200407/31/2009
96907501HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY - KAELEPULU TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOADS

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $150,000.
The purpose of this project is to establish a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for the Kaelepulu Watershed to guide a program of pollutant load reduction and water quality improvement projects that will support aquatic life and recreational uses in the inland and coastal waters of the watershed. Activities will include working with the Kaelepulu Work group, establishing a website, implementing a sample and analysis project, drafting of a TMDL, public review and finalization and submission of TMDL to EPA.
$150,00007/26/200412/31/2009
96902401Fort Bidwell Indian CommunityGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM II

The objective of the project is for the Fort Bidwell Indian Community to plan, develop and establish environmental protection programs. Funding will support workplan activities from ~ 08/01/2006 - 07/31/2008. Fort Bidwell will conduct an administrative transaction test and follow-up with any necessary corrective actions; attend meetings, workshops and other training venues; attend GIS training and begin mapping and compiling data on cultural and other important resources; determine the feasibility of reintroducing beavers to restore a wetland and proceed with a pilot wetlands improvement project if warranted; research and compile reservation water quality information; complete a Clean Water Act (CWA) financial assistance eligibility application and apply for a CWA Section 106 grant if applicable; consult and coordinate with various entities to help ensure protection of valued resources, reach out to members by providing environmental information in newsletters, outdoor learning activities, etc.; initiate, assess and refine a pilot recycling program.
$430,00008/01/200407/31/2008
96545801City of IndianapolisCITY OF INDIANAPOLIS

Via the Great Cities Partnership and the Regional Geographical Initiative the City of Indianapolis will carry out a Clean Deisel Retrofit Demonstration Project to retrofit 37- City owned garbage trucks. The City will also retrofit additional vehicles and non-road equipment. As a result, this project will demonstrate the effectiveness of deisel treatment devices to reduce emmissions of Particulate Matter, CO, and Hydrocarbons from fleet vehicles and nonroad equipment within the Indianapolis area.
$100,00008/15/200406/30/2006
97661201New Mexico Institute of Mining & TechnologySTRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH

The purpose of this project is to strengthen public protection and protect public health for Region 6 Tribal Public Water Systems by utilizing the" Multiple Barrier Approach" which means offering an array of comprehensive services that are tailored to meet the needs of specific Tribes. Some of these services are as follows: increase compliance with Safe Drinking Water regulations; compliance with new regulations, such as arsenic; increase operator competency and knowledge also to increase the number of Tribal water systems served by certified operators.
$785,00007/26/200407/25/2007
83195301Auburn University Main CampusMAST CELL MEDIATED CARDIAC EFFECTS OF PARTICULATE MATTER

This proposal addresses the hypothesis that the greater incidence of adverse cardiovascular events associated with increased exposure to particulate matter (PM) is due to the involvement of the cardiac mast cells in a mechanism which leads to reduced cardiac functions.
$501,25009/01/200409/30/2005
98888101Wyoming Game & Fish DepartmentWETLAND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT GRANT

Survey of herpefauna in the Powder River Basin
$39,96009/01/200406/30/2007
97662701Kaw Nation of OklahomaAMBIENT WATER QUALITY MONITORING

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem
$108,18507/01/200412/31/2005
83186701Ithaca CollegeSUSTAINABILITY ON ITHACA COLLEGE NATURAL LANDS

SMALL GRANT- This project aims to develop a strategy for sustainable stewardship of the natural areas south of the built campus of Ithaca College. The focus will be to determine the highest value use of 51 acres, depending on the value for research and education, preservation of rare plants and ecosystems, recreation and sustainable hardware production, and siting of wind power.
$10,00009/15/200409/14/2006
83200701Oregon State UniversityOREGON (INTERSTATE 5) IDLE FREE CORRIDOR PROJECT

To conduct a study of the emission reduction and fuel saving benefits associated with stationary truck idle reduction technology deployed at (Interstate 5 Idle Free Corridor Project, Oregon).
$200,00009/01/200402/02/2009
97811901City of MissoulaCITY OF MISSOULA-BF

Brownfields Cleanup grant of the White Pine Site
$182,53809/01/200408/30/2010
83193301Bd of Regents Univ of WisconsinMERCURY CONTAMINATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT: A WORKSHOP FOR CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS

SMALL GRANT - This funding provides support to convene a pre-conference workshop that will critically address strategic questions on mercury in the environment.
$80,00009/01/200409/30/2005
83173601Solar Household Energy IncMEXICO SOLAR COOKING INITIATIVE

Implement a household energy project in rural Mexico to assess the indoor air quality implications of introducing solar ovens to 2,000 homes.
$149,40009/15/200412/31/2006
96912301Utility AuthorityUS/MEXICO BORDER GRANT - QUITOVAC DRINKING WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

This amendment adds $20,000 of OIA discretionary funds to eliminate pollution in the drinking water supply for the indigenous O'odham community of Quitovac in Sonora, Mexico. Specifically, this amendment will fund the installation of a wastewater treatment facility for the Quitovac boarding school to eliminate the percolation of untreated wastewater into the groundwater supply. This project will implement the Tribe's revised workplan submitted with the grant application dated June 22, 2005.
$110,00009/27/200410/31/2007
96920501Redevelopment Agency-City/County of San FranciscoBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $200,000. The objectives: to assist in the environmental assessment of these brownfield site; to help ensure financial feasibility for affordable housing and open space and parkways on the former Central Freeway properties in the Western Addition community.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004.
$200,00007/01/200410/31/2009
83179301Appropriate Rural Technology InstitutePARTNERSHIP FOR CLEAN INDOOR AIR PILOT PROJECT

To increase the use of clean, reliable, affordable, efficient, and safe home cooking practices, and improve indoor air quality in India.
$133,71009/01/200402/24/2007
98332905University of Maryland College ParkLOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP

The Environmental Finance Center at the University of Maryland helps communities to effectively manage their environmental responsibilites through innovative technical assistance and training for financing environmental protection and restoration.
$666,66909/01/200407/31/2007
99753104Nebraska Department of Environmental QualityNDEQ SUPERFUND MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE

Superfund Management Assistance Program Activities. This cooperative agreement will enable the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality to provide meaningful and substantial involvement in response activities as specified in Section 104 CERCLA.
$139,01207/01/200406/30/2005
96911201Southern California Coastal Water Research ProjectWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL MONITORING PROGRAM - PART III

This assistance agreement provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $249,750 for the development of a Regional Monitoring Program for Southern California Wetlands, Part III. The total approved project cost is $333,000.

These funds support continued development of a regional Wetlands Monitoring Program for Southern California. It is anticipated that a regional monitoring program would serve the following objectives:
-· Assess the regional extent/condition of wetland and riparian resources
-· Evaluate the regional impact of WRP recovery activities
-· Provide information on how better to manage stressors (from human activities)
-· Streamline reporting of site-specific monitoring data to utilize results more effectively and adaptively manage recovery efforts
-· Provide a cost-effective means of addressing the management questions of WRP partners
-· Develop tools that could be used to evaluate success of wetland regulatory and management policy (e.g. compensatory mitigation)
-· Improve local and regional planning and conservation efforts
$249,75009/20/200412/31/2007
97082601Idaho Dept of Health and WelfareCHILDREN'S HEALTH PROTECTION

State level collaboration to address childhood asthma. Investigate health risks associated with field burning in North Idaho. Develop and test an integrated health and environmental database that can be used for surveillance, research, and policy decisions.
$48,99107/01/200409/28/2007
97312301City of PortsmouthPRENTIS PARK WATER AND SEWER REHABILITATION GRANT

This project is for the development of a master plan and specific construction plans and specifications to replace the aged and deteriorated water and sewer systems in the Prentis Park area of the City.
$626,80009/01/200406/30/2008
97307001MD Dept of Natural ResourcesFISH PASSAGE IMPLEMENTATION AT OCTORARO CREEK

This project will remove a rubble dam at Octoraro Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River, which will open approximately 20 miles of spawning habitat in Maryland and Pennsylvania. In addition, habitat will be opened for resident fish species and stream channel stability will be restored.
$59,25008/01/200406/30/2006
98745501YMCA of the OzarksYMCA OF THE OZARKS - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROJECT

This project will involve enhancing and expanding the existing environmental education programs at the YMCA. Activities include informative educational signs on roads, walkways, trails, and in buildings; education displays, environmental assessment equipment available for students and teachers to use in the outdoor classrooms. Interpretive materials will enrich the experience of every visitor through learning opportunities and pproximately 40,000 people will participate throughout the year.
$7,78408/01/200409/30/2005
00074205WA Dept of EcologyD-000742-05 WDOE RCRA

Implementation of State's Hazardous Waste program
$1,918,00007/01/200406/30/2005
97665401Texas General Land OfficeBORDER ENERGY FORUM AND SHOWCASE

This grant will support development of the United States -- Mexico Border Energy Forum and a related border energy showcase project, both intended to increase awareness of the potential for sustainable energy practices and the relationship between energy and air quality.
$411,00008/17/200412/31/2008
98883801Wisdom Water and Sewer DistrictWATER INFRASTRUCTURE

This award provides funds to the Wisdom Water and Sewer District for wastewater treatment improvements
$767,20009/01/200412/31/2010
97082001ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDAHO "MACA" BUNKER HILL/COEUR D'ALENE

The purpose of this assistance agreement amendment is two-fold: 1) Correct accounting on amendments #5 and #6, and 2) Provide supplemental funds to complete Task 2 (Basin Repository Identification, Evaluation and Conceptual Design Development) and Task 7 (Box and Basin Record of Decision Amendment).

Supplemental funding is needed to complete these two tasks as approved pursuant to amendment #5 (SOW Task 2) and amendment #6 (SOW Task 7) due to cost overruns. Task 2 cost overruns were associated with an EPA Office of Inspector General (OIG) inquiry into the development of the East Mission Flats repository. Task 7 cost overruns were associated with underestimating the level of resources required to initiate Box and Basin ROD amendment support activities.
$3,389,76507/01/200412/31/2009
97083001ID Dept. of Environmental QualityIDEQ TMDL (WATER CLEAN-UP PLANS) DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN IDAHO.

This extension allows IDEQ to complete projects for GIS Modeling and Database Management for the Potlatch River TMDL and Development of Biologically Unique TMDL Targets in the Wood River Basin.
$184,69907/01/200412/31/2007
83214001Purdue University Main CampusTRAINING AND OUTREACH IN THE SUSTAINABLE FUTURES SCREENING MODELS -

To provide outreach and training to stakeholders (chemical manufactures and formulators, State and Local governments, trade associations, non-profit organizations, citizens groups, and the general public) in the use and applicability of the Pollution Prevention (P2) Framework and PBT Profiler screening models. Also, to help implement the Sustainable Futures Pilot Project.
$750,00009/15/200409/14/2008
97670401Texas Commission on Environmental QualityCONDUCT A PILOT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE INNOVATIVE PERMITTING ACTIVITIES

The project is desinged to use innovative programs to provide maximum environmental benefit and to reward compliance performance. TCEQ will conduct a pilot program to provide incentives for innovative permitting activities desinged to reduce smok and restore/improve water quality, train permitting staff to foster an innovative culture and to conduct a performance evaluation to measure and communicate results. Specifically, the project will provide support for implementing an EMS. Regulatory incentives may include, but are not limited to: onsite technical assistance; accelerataed access to program information; modification of state or federal regulatory rquirements that do not change emission or discharge limits; consideration of scheduling and conducting compliance inspections; and incusion of the use of an EMS in a site's compliance history.
$75,00008/01/200408/31/2006
98527301Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesSUPERFUND - WDNR CORE FY 2005

To provide the State of Wisconsin funding to support the U.S. EPA Superfund Program.
$6,275,38307/01/200412/30/2005
96407504Mississippi Forestry CommissionENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - PROJECT LEARNING TREE EDUCATOR TRAINING

NEW AWARD: This action approves the award of $3,800 in federal funds with matching funds of $6,733 for a total grant award of $10,533 to provide Project Learning Tree teacher training.
$3,80008/16/200407/15/2005
97670701Office of the Secretary of EnvironmentFY 2004 104(B)(3) SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDS FOR TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOADS (TMDL) DEVELOPMENT

Three (3) projects related to TMDL development: 1.) development of the turbidity TMDL, 2.) revisions, corrections or updated to historic mineral concentrations used in determining mabient chloride, sulfate or total dissolved solids concentrations for Oklahoma stream segments, and 3.) development of TMDL for Bird Creek - Pathogens, Lead and Turbidity.
$253,75809/01/200408/31/2009
83183701University of WashingtonFDP - INTERGRATING LAND USE, TRANSPORTATION AND AIR QUALITY MODELING

To improve the ability to model the air quality effects of land use and transportation within metropolitan areas. The intergration of recent advances in land use and activity location modeling with advances in modeling travel behavior using activity-based approaches, and the use of this integrated framework to assess the relative influence of transportation infrastructure, pricing, land use policies, and demographic and economics trends.
$700,00009/16/200409/15/2008
98299300Orange County Water AuthorityORANGE COUNTY WATER STUDY

An analysis to study County-wide water resources using environmental monitoring and detailed mapping (including GIS) to determine sustainable water supply levels and proper water quality source designations. The results will be used for County water quality management planning, especially in areas of high population growth and new development. Threatened or stressed waterbodies will be identified and targeted for best management practices to reduce pollution.
$198,80009/01/200407/31/2009
97286804Rocky Springs Rehabilitation Center Inc.OUR WILDLIFE NEIGHBORS

The grantee will develop a program, "Our Wildlife Neighbors" to educate students about the living with wildlife in their communities. Students will learn how to respond to orphaned or wounded animals and how to deal with encounters with wildlife as the population density in their New Jersey counties increases. The program will consist of live and interactive presentations in schools and with scout groups in Warren and Hunterdon Counties.
$2,25009/01/200408/31/2006
97165301City of Rochester Department of Public WorksROCHESTER HILL ROAD PUMP STATION

The proposed project involves the construction of a new pump station, force main, and gravity interceptor that will serve the area in the vicinity of Skyhaven Airport in Rochester, NH. The streets that will be serviced by the new wastewater collection ssystem include Route 108 (Rochester Hill Road) from the storage tank to Airport Road; Airport Road between Route 108 and the last sanitary manhole; and Windhaven Drive, Continental Boulevard, and Tebbetts Road. Phase I involves the construction of nearly 3,500 linear feet of gravity sewer and over 600 feet of force main. The pump station and roughly 1,000 feet of force main will be constructed under Phase II. This will be followed by the construction of collector sewers to serve the residential, commercial, and an long-term elderly care facility.
$546,30008/01/200406/30/2015
97104801Rhode Island D.E.M.PHASE 2-LANDFILL CLOSURE

This Cooperative Agreement provides site-specific cost share funding to the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (through the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management) in support of a State lead National Priorities List site cleanup of the Rose Hill Regional Landfill, Operable Unit 1, Source Control (Phase 1, site preparation and landfill consolidation, and Phase 2, installation of a landfill cap consisting of multi-layered natural and/or synthetic cover materials which limit infiltration, encapsulate wastes, and reduce the potential for further migration of contaminants from the site).
$7,466,46007/01/200409/30/2010
83158001Regents of New Mexico State UniversityACCESS TO CAREERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (ACEP)

SMALL GRANT - To increase the number of students pursuring academic degrees in environmental and natural resource economics, agricultural economics, and related fields of policy analysis and decision-making.
$74,82308/15/200407/31/2007
97312801Allegheny County Health DepartmentPM 2.5 AIR MONITORING - ALLEGHENY COUNTY

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the National's Air Quality Programs, including both mass measurement and chemically resolved, or speciated data. Data from this program will be used for the PM 2.5, National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies of health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the Allegheny Health Department PM 2.5 Monitoring Network for the County
$1,362,19308/01/200403/31/2008
95418409City of CherryvilleCONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

The congressional earmark will fund the construction of a twelve-inch ductile iron water line, a booster pump station, and a master metering station that will connect the water systems of the City of Cherryville at Cherryville's Sunbeam Water Tank with that of the City of Lincolnton. The water systems pump station and 22,000 feet of 12-inch water line will provide permanent emergency back-up water source to the City of Cherryville. A Categorical Exclusion was issued for this project September 18, 2008. This project is located in the South Fork Catawba watershed, Hydrologic Unit Code 03050102.
$241,10008/18/200412/31/2009
97087501OR Dept. of Environ. QualityTMDL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

TMDL projects in Oregon including: Modeling in Deschutes Basin; mercury source characterization in the Willamette Basin; and temperature and bacteria monitoring in Mollalla/Pudding basins.
$186,00007/01/200406/30/2007
97284504Seton Hall UniversitySUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ROUNDTABLE

The Sustainable Communities Roundtable is a model outreach program whose goal is to educate the public about environmental and health issues in Northern New Jersey. The Roundtable will address environmental issues that include urban and suburban sprawl versus open space preservation, transportation and air pollution and watershed management. The panel/roundtable members will include scientists, government officials, and representatives of community-based organizations and industry.
$8,77509/01/200406/30/2006
97677401City of Port ArthurSABINE AREA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

Water Infrastructure Improvement in the Sabine Area of Port Arthur, Texas, that will form a loop to the only water line currently serving the Sabine Pass and Sabine area of the City, which now receives all water through a dead-end line extending some 17 miles from the central area of Port Arthur.
$260,20009/13/200403/30/2010
97300001Baltimore City Health DepartmentIN-HOME ASTHMA EDUCATION

To reduce the frequency and severity of asthma episodes in children by assessing air quality as an in-home asthma trigger and providing the target families with assessment specific education and mitigation of such triggers.
$8,95307/12/200406/30/2006
83172201University of RochesterFDP- IRON-OXIDE NANOPARTICLE-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATION

Exploratory Research investigating the impacts of manufactured nanomaterials on human health and the environment. The project will involve the use of iron oxide nanoparticles with varying coatings and bulk compositions.
$335,00009/01/200402/29/2008
96542601Ho-Chunk NationWISCONSIN - HO-CHUNK NATION - COMPOSTING PROGRAM - FY 2005

The Ho-Chunk Nation Composting Program will reduce waste within the Nation�s facilities by diverting food waste to a usable product. The Ho-Chunk Nation Composting Program will work with the Cultural Resources Department and the Diabetes Program to provide healthy alternatives for Ho-Chunk tribal members. The nation will utilize the compost in developing both community and traditional gardens for the growing of healthy food�s and healthy lifestyles. Once the Composting Program has been established a business plan will be developed to gauge future operations and developments of the program.
$17,54708/01/200401/31/2007
97286904Friends of Palmyra Cove Inc.FRIENDS OF PALMYRA COVE -WETLANDS EDUCATION PROGRAM

Friends of Palmyra Cove is teaching 240 college, secondary and elementary school educators about the characteristics and environmental importance of wetlands. In 12 training sessions over a 12 month period, participants will learn how to identify wetlands and wetland plants and animals, survey macro invertebrates, test water quality and develop an understanding of wetland restoration and remediation. Participants will modify existing curricula to provide educational materials and activities specifically for Palmyra Cove Nature Preserve. Using the activities and materials, teachers will bring their students to Palmyra Cove Nature Park for hands on lessons in wetlands ecology. Students will learn about wetlands, how wetlands environments are linked to watersheds and how they can be environmental stewards for wetlands.
$21,01407/01/200403/31/2008
00615405City of El PasoENFORCE FEDERAL STATE LOCAL AIR POLLUTION REGULATIONS

Enforce Federal, State and Local Air Pollution Regulations and carry out the objectives of the Texas Implementation Plan for attaining the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for El Paso, Texas by implementing year round fuels program and maintaining the El Paso/Cd. Juarez monitoring network.
$192,00009/01/200408/31/2005
97300801Roaring Spring Municipal AuthoritySPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS PROJECT

This grant is for a de-water telescoping valve to reduce sludge water in the sequencing batch reactor (SBR) tanks of the wastewater treatment plant in Roaring Spring, PA.
$15,93709/01/200401/31/2006
96914601City of Signal HillBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $400,000. Preaward costs have been approved back to September 1, 2004.

The City of Signal Hill plans to assess and develop a risk management plan for four sites in the downtown area. Two of the sites contain hazardous materials and two contain petroleum contamination.
$400,00009/01/200410/30/2008
97286704Seton Hall UniversityMASTER CLASSES IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

The Master Classes will provide educational opportunities for groups of high school and Seton Hall students to learn from experts in the field about specific environmental issues they deal with in their jobs. The instructors and presenters will provide career development information and pre- and post-graduate educational pathways to environmental careers. Four master classes of 20-30 students each will be scheduled during the 2004-2005 academic year
$5,80007/01/200406/30/2006
97315601Washington Suburban Sanitary CommissionSENECA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION FACILITIES

This project is for the replacement of the existing chlorination/de-chlorination disinfection system at the Seneca wastewater treatment plant in Montgomery County, Maryland with an ultraviolet disinfection system. This project is necessary to enhance the security at the plant and improve public safety by eliminating the use of chlorine gas and sulfur-dioxide gas which are very dangerous if released in the environment by an uncontrolled event.
$819,40009/20/200403/07/2008
98749001Mid America Regional Council2004 INDUSTRIAL BYPRODUCTS BENEFICIAL USE SUMMIT.

The 2004 Byproducts Beneficial Use Summit is to be held in Kansas City on November 8/9, 2004. This unique conference provides the opportunity for industry and regulators to discuss utilization of byproducts as alternative raw materials in industrial processes. The grant will provide for planning and support of the Summit; provide scholarship funds for state regulators and local officials, and registration discounts to EEBN members; and demonstrate the outcomes of the Kansas City regional byproducts synergy project. The broadened participation will expand the dialogue and involve a larger sector of the target audience to participate. We anticipate assisting 30 individuals to attend with no more than two per state or entity. The grantee will help with promotional activities before and following the Summit, organize a local information session at the Summit, develop a presentation and educational handout on regional project outcomes, and make presentations at the Summit as defined in the agenda.
$30,00009/01/200412/31/2005
96624501Texas Water Development Board3% SET-ASIDE GRANT FOR MANAGING THE SAAPS IN THE STATE OF TEXAS

Construction Activities Management and On-Site Inspection of FY 2008 and FY 2009 Special Appropriations Acts Projects by the Texas Water Development Board for EPA Region 6.
$1,052,60009/01/200412/31/2018
99501814Illinois Emergency Mgm't. AgencyIL EMERGENCY MNGMNT AGENCY - STATE INDOOR RADON

Development and implementation of State and local programs to assess and reduce indoor radon levels in Illinois.
$366,03707/01/200406/30/2005
83211101Mississippi State UniversityTHE SOUTHEAST REGIONAL SMALL PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER (SE-TAC)

The SE-TAC will provide assistance to small public water systems to develop, enhance, and maintain technical, managerial, and financial capacity by: 1) funding subawards which support training/technology transfer, capacity development, source water protection implementation, small public water systems emergency response and security; distribution system and operation and maintenance; and 2) providing administration of the competitive grants, which provide education and outreach to publicize/distribute the products developed by sub-awardees.
$1,485,70009/01/200408/31/2009
97084701AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC VILLAGE SAFE WATER PROGRAM

Design, planning and construction of water and wastewater projects identified in the attached State priority lists will be accomplished with these funds. Additionally, a portion of the funds will be used forADEC;s administration of the VSW program.
$34,555,30007/01/200406/30/2010
97810501City & County of DenverVB/I70 SUPERFUND SITE REMEDIAL ACTION - COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN

Vasquez Blvd. Interstate 70 Superfund Site Ou-1 Remedial Action, Community Health Program
$1,457,48707/01/200412/31/2009
00035015OR Dept. of Environ. QualityFY04-06 SUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

Activities under this program will facilitate and improve the State of Oregon's capability to investigate and clean up sites where hazardous waste substance releases have occurred, to accept State lead, and fully participate in all Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) activities.
$727,33407/01/200406/30/2006
97996205Duckwater Shoshone TribeFY-05/06/07/08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to improve and maintain water quality on the Duckwater Shoshone Reservation as follows: conduct water quality monitoring and analysis; outreach and education; staff training; and report progress on environmental results/outcomes.
$290,00007/01/200409/30/2008
96900501Middletown RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM II

The objective of the project is for the Middletown Rancheria to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program through creation of a herbicide reduction program, by attending training, creation of a green web page, Upper Putah Creek Stewardship meetings and coordination, educational outreach to address to the tribal community, quarterly and yearly reporting to USEPA.
$435,66709/01/200408/31/2008
83195201IrvineAIR POLL. ROLE IN HYPERTENSION & HEART ATTACK

FDP - This study will evaluate acute and chronic cardiovascular and respiratory effects of ultrafine exposure using normal rats, aged rats, spontaneously hypertensive rats, and rats with induced myocardial infarctions.
$1,534,85509/01/200408/31/2009
83212801Curators of the University of MissouriUSING GIS TO CLASSIFY AND MAP DISTINCT RIVERINE ECOSYSTEMS IN NEBRASKA

SMALL GRANT - This project is to develop a Geographic Information System (GIS) classification framework for Nebraska riverine ecosystems within which water quality sampling and assessment can occur.
$70,00009/01/200408/31/2006
98192001Council of Governments Central Naugatuck ValleyPLATTS MILL FORCE MAIN ANDL PUMP STATION PROJECT

Per your application request dated August 1, 2003, the grant is being funded to support the Platts Mill force main and pump station project in Waterbury, CT
$978,15209/15/200412/31/2009
97107501City of New BedfordBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

The objective of this project is to clean up a contaminated property.
$200,00008/01/200406/30/2010
97666401City of Lake CharlesAERATION BASIN IMPROVEMENTS AND SCREENING IMPROVEMENTS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT (WWTP) "A"

Project consists of construction of 1) the Holly Hill Pump Station Modifications and Sewage Force Main, 2) Lisle Peters Road Sewer Collection & Transport System Improvements, and 3) Oak Park, Greinwich Terrace, and Greinwich Village Sewer Collection System Rehabilitation Program (Phases 3, 4, 5 & 6).
$1,714,50009/01/200408/31/2011
97107301Connecticut D.E.P.FY 05 LONG ISLAND SOUND RESTORATION PROGRAM WATER QUALITY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

The funds made available to the State of Connecticut through the Estuaries and Clean Water Act of 2000 through this cooperative agreement will be used to primarily to provide assistance to distressed communities for facility planning, design and upgrading of sewage treatment facilities to remove nitrogen from wastewater and/or other eligible projects.
$4,469,25009/15/200406/30/2010
97661901Pawnee Nation of OklahomaWATER QUALITY MONITORING PROJECT

Development and continuation of the Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Quality Management Program. The FY 04 objective is to continue the sampling regime to assess surface water quality on Tribal lands for the purpose of compiling data which may show changes over time to determine a more thorough watershed management program to develop water quality standards. Obtained data will determine whether, 1) the needs regarding the quality of the water occurring on the nation's reservation are being met, 2) note any changes in the quality and/or condition of the nation's water and, 3) understand and define the function and health of the stream ecosystem.
$124,00007/01/200409/30/2005
96901001Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM III

The objective of the project is for the Big Valley Reservation to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program by cleaning up two open dumps, and providing GIS maps of open and closed dumps. The Tribe will also increase knowledge of emergency response issues through training, communtiy outreach and education, and assessing drinking water issues.
$503,52009/10/200409/09/2008
97116501City of StamfordBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Per your application request dated August 2, 2004, this grant is being awarded to support the Capitalization of revolving loan fund to cleanup contaminated properties.
$566,14607/01/200406/30/2009
83091102Oklahoma State UniversityCOMPOUND SPECIFIC IMPRINTED NANOSPHERES FOR OPTICAL SENSING

The objective is to investigate the use of molecularly imprinted polymers as the basis to develop a sensitive and selective sensing method for the detection of pharmaceutical and other organic contaminants.
$245,06807/01/200408/23/2010
97805201Sandy City Corp.SANDY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE

Replacement of Granite 1.5 MG Water Tank with new 5 MG Tank
$216,80009/03/200412/31/2008
00071806OR Dept. of Environ. QualityODEQ MULTI-SITE FY05-06 AWARD

Activities include providing oversight of investigations, studies, and cleanups of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) in accordance with Section 104, of CERCLA, as amended. The sites are as follows: Gould, Harbor Oil, Northwest Pipe & Casing, Reynolds Metals, Taylor Lumber, Teledyne Wah Chang-Albany, Teledyne Wah Chang-Millersburg, United Chrome, White King/Lucky Lass Mine, Portland Harbor, and North Ridge Estate.
$286,23807/01/200406/30/2006
98510002Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesMULTI-SITE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT-REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION/FEASIBILITY STUDY & REMEDIAL DESIGN

Funding for this Cooperative Agreement is being provided to WDNR to conduct Superfund Remedial Investigations/Feasibility Studies and Remedial Design support activities.
$288,51807/01/200403/31/2008
96915601HI Dept of Business Econ Dev TourismBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $400,000.

The State of Hawaii will conduct Phase I/II's for a minimum of 2 hazardous substances and 2 petroleum sites; develop a cleanup plan and reuse option for one priority hazardous substances and one petroleum site; and, inventory and survey other sites for future assessments as appropriate.
$400,00009/15/200410/15/2008
99966605AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (CWA 106, 319 NPS, PWSS)

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. These are continuing environmental programs.

The associated grant work plan is on file with the Project Officer.
$5,564,09307/01/200406/30/2005
83163301National Caucus & Center on Black Aged IncNATIONAL CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND QUALITY ASSURANCE

To provide qualified senior workers to assist the National Center for Environmental Research and Quality Assurance with technical assistance in carrying out activities under Goal 1, Clean Air and Global Climate Change; Goal 2, Clean and Safe Water; Goal 3, Land Preservation and Restoration; Goal 4, Healthy Communities and Ecosystems; and Goal 5, Compliance and Environmental Stewardship of EPA�s Strategic Plan.
$897,66407/01/200406/30/2007
97274001Workforce Invst Bd of Herkimer Madison Oneida CtySCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP

This is an innovative pilot effort to provide hands-on interactive programming for grade 6 - 9 students in traditionally under served areas of Utica. Students will learn about local Brownfields sites and the interventions required to makes the sites again useful to local communities. The project supports efforts to increase the number of young people from disadvantaged families pursue careers in environmental science.
$007/01/200406/30/2006
96923501Oxnard Plain / Riverpark Reclam. & Recharge JPAWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - OXNARD PLAIN GROUNDWATER RECHARGE PROJECT, PHASES II & III

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $819,400 to support the groundwater recharge through percolation ponds. The project proposes to use an existing (with an anticipation of increasing the diversion rate) water diversion from the Santa Clara River to modified aggregate mines, which will allow the water to infiltrate the aquifer below, therefore, recharging the area's groundwater. Refer to condition #3 regarding pre-award costs.
$819,40008/27/200412/31/2005
97806104Shoshone & Northern Arapaho TribeUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

To assist Tribe in implementing an effective Underground Storage Tank regulatory program as set forth in Subtile I of the Solid Waste Disposal Act.
$38,37509/01/200403/31/2006
96904801Sonora Environmental Research Institute Inc.REGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVES (RGI) - THE COMMUNITY AIR TOXICS TEAM

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. Total approved project cost is $60,920. The goal is work with the community members and other stakeholders in Pima County, Arizona to identify sources of air toxic emissions and develop strategies, in collaboration with business and industry to reduce air toxic emissions. Preaward costs have been approved back to 09/01/2004.
$50,00009/01/200410/31/2006
97801601Big Thompson Watershed ForumBIG THOMPSON WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN

This project aims to improve water quality by developing a watershed management plan, which prioritizes nutrient issues by identifying and evaluating strategies for management and protection.
$53,76009/01/200409/30/2006
83200601CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdMONITORING THE U.S. WEST COAST:2004-AN ASSESSMENT OF CALIFORNIA'S BAY'S AND ESTUARIES-

To enhance the quality & quantity of information available to assess California's coastal resources.
$559,56109/07/200403/06/2008
00031504OR Dept. of Environ. QualityUNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM

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

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

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

This amendment provides the incremental funding necessary to fully fund the previously awarded grant.
$196,75007/01/200406/30/2005
97663801Pueblo of TaosWATER QUALITY MONITORING

Development and continuation of water quality management program activities including sampling of surface water bodies, compiling collected data and developing water quality standards.
$99,99707/01/200412/31/2005
97093801University of WashingtonUOFW TACOMA: SHAUB-ELLISON PARCEL BROWNFIELDS CLEANUP

Cleanup of petroleum contaminated soils will facilitate implementation of UW Tacoma's Master Plan, the goal of which is to revitalize the City of Tacoma's downtown sector and address the state's higher education needs.
$200,00009/01/200408/17/2007
97676701City of HelenaAR-BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

This funding supports the Helena local Brownfields program designed to conduct Brownfields environmental assessments on sites contaminated with hazardous and petroleum constituents.
$400,00008/26/200403/31/2009
97077901Mid Willamette Valley Council of GovernmentsUPPER WILLAMETTE FLOODPLAIN FRAMEWORK PROJECT

The project is to develop a flood-plain oriented, market-based approach for addressing water quality and habitat needs in the Upper Willamette Watershed.
$40,90008/23/200410/31/2006
98681404OK Dept of Env QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

Funding for loan assistance to eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements needed to ensure safe drinking water and to provide funds for set-aside activities by the state for maintaining and operating the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds Program in accordance with the provisions of Section 1452 of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
$12,833,80007/01/200406/30/2009
97105701Pioneer Valley Planning CommissionCONNECTICUT RIVER COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW CLEAN-UP

The objective of this project is for the clean up of the Connecticut River Combined Sewer Overflow.
$393,00507/01/200407/01/2009
97094901Coastal Range Food Bank IncCOASTAL RANGE FOOD BANK BF CLEANUP

Cleanup of petroleum contaminated soil to facilitate the development of a community garden to support a food bank serving very low income community.
$100,00007/05/200403/30/2007
96917701Community Housing Development Corp of N. RichmondBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This is to remove the spilled petroleum product from the soil in the most efficient and safe manner in order that the soil may be returned to a reusable product. The objective is to remediate the contaminated media to concentration level which will protect groundwater, human health and the environment at 1300 Filbert Street, Richmond, CA which is located in the North Richmond Redevelopment Project area of the city of Richmond.

Pre-award costs were approved back to July 1, 2004.

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end date from October 31, 2007 to October 31, 2008.
$200,00007/01/200410/31/2008
96900701Sherwood Valley RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM III

The project is for the Tribe to plan, develop, and establish the capability for implementing environmental protection programs.
$475,00009/01/200408/31/2008
99610312Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation CommissionAR-NON POINT SOURCE IMPLEMENTATION, SEC. 319

As part of this project, the recipient will implement projects in urban and agricultural settings to address sources of polluted runoff. Practices installed will include development/ implementation of nutrient management plans on farms, cross fencing, alternative water sources, pasture establishment and streambank repair in rural areas and nutrient/ pesticide management on golf courses. The above mentioned practices are intended to reduce water pollution from sediment, nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) and bacteria.
$4,531,10007/01/200406/30/2009
96908301Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian CommCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - PHOENIX AREA MONITORING FOR THE JOINT AIR TOXICS ASSESSMENT PROJECT

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $141,540. Total approved project cost is $141,540. The purpose of the project is to assess air toxics in the Maricopa County area through a coordinated and collaborative effort between 3 Native American Tribes and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality.
$141,54009/01/200401/31/2008
97055602AK Dept of Environ ConservFY2005 STATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE "BROWNFIELD" COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Enhance the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Response Program to help build capacity to address more sites, thereby protecting public health and the environment and returning sites to beneficial reuse.
$398,08207/01/200406/30/2005
99373507Ohio River Valley Water San CommOHIO RIVER WATERSHED POLLUTION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PHASE IX

This award provides $843,520 in support of Phase IX of the Ohio River Pollution Reduction Program. Phase IX will focus on completing river wide TMDLs for dioxin and PCBs, and continue efforts to support the development of a pathogen TMDL for the Ohio River.
$843,52007/01/200412/31/2006
96912001Cortina Indian RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP III)

The objective of the project is for the Cortina Indian Rancheria to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program. The award provides funding for the period of ~ 09/18/2007 - 09/17/2008 and includes the following commitments: conduct outreach and education via community meetings, newsletters, progress reports and a web site; conduct a one-week youth environmental workshop; consult and coordinate with various entities to protect trust resources ;increase waste management capacity through training, modifying codes and ordinances as necessary and refining Cortina's solid waste management plan; improve emergency response capacity through training, convening the tribal emergency response commission, reviewing existing response plans and informing members about emergency response requirements; increase ability to operate and maintain a public drinking water supply through training, coordinating infrastructure upgrades, drafting standard operating procedures and creating a utility authority or circuit rider position; educating members about radon and encouraging radon-resistant construction measures.
$550,63909/18/200409/17/2008
83209001Cornell UniversityDEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF GREAT LAKES LOWER FOODWEB ASSESSMENT TOOLS

The project will be an integral component to define the current status of Lake Ontario's lower foodweb. Longer-term goals are to develop lower foodweb ecosystem indicators and efficient coordinated binational approaches to assess the status of the lake.
$108,34809/01/200401/31/2006
83193901Quinault Indian NationTRIBAL CAUCUS SUPPORT SERVICES

The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to provide funding to a federally recognized tribal goverment or intertribal consortia to provide support through their tribal environmental department to Tribes participating in the Tribal Caucus of the Tribal Operations Committee.
$425,17408/02/200409/30/2008
99381703DC Water and Sewer AuthorityLEAD WATER SERVICE LINE REPLACEMENTS CONTRACT 2005-1

This project is for replacement of approximately 600 lead water service lines in the water distribution system on public property, located in geographical clusters within the District, which may be contributing to elevated lead levels in residential drinking water systems, and as detailed in Categorical Exclusion Decision Number CE-DC-1-2004 and the approved construction documents for Contract Number 2005-1 for the District of Columbia.
$3,152,00009/30/200409/30/2007
97998201City of San DiegoWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - LA JOLLA/PACIFIC & OCEAN BEACH/MISSION BAY SEWER

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $1,935,700. 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, as described in the approved workplan, dated June 30, 2003. The project includes construction of 11 diversion systems for Phase III of the Coastal Low Flow Diversion Facilities project at San Diego's La Jolla, Ocean Beach, 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. In addition, this action will fund Phase II of the Mission Bay Sewer Interceptor System Upgrade, which includes improvements and repairs at 39 facilities. NEPA has been completed for this action and the Categorical Exclusion signed on June 18, 2004.
$1,935,70008/18/200406/30/2012
96920701City of GoletaBROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - GOLETA OLD TOWN

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $104,783. The City of Goleta will identify sites and perform Phase II Environmental Sites Assessments within Old Town.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to 09/01/2004.
$104,78309/01/200406/30/2008
98246600The Research Foundation of SUNY-ESFONONDAGA CREEK HABITAT RESTORATION

This project will provide the final design for either restored channel, riparian area or watershed habitat area along the Onondaga Creek corridor. The engineering work will generate examples and illustrations of rainfall-runoff dynamics for designs for the channel and watershed areas. The final design will be responsive to the community�s concerns and needs.
$347,90008/01/200407/31/2010
96026601City of SunnysideWASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADE PROJECT

The project is for contractual engineering services for the City of Sunnyside's Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project.
$964,30007/01/200412/31/2007
97076101Puget Sound Action TeamRAPID ASSESSMENT AND RESPONSE TO DECLINING OXYGEN LEVELS IN THE HOOD CANAL

The objective of this grant is to help develop and support innovative approaches to improve the low-dissolved oxygen conditions in Hood Canal and to more clearly identify corrective actions to reduce the major sources of human-related pollution and nutrient input into this extremely sensitive fjord environment.
$497,10007/29/200406/30/2006
83209201American Fisheries SocietyTO SUPPORT OF PUBL "INFLUENCE OF LAND ON STREAM HAB. AND BIO. COMM." AND "SALMON 2100 PROJECT."

To provide support for the Publication of two Books entitled, "Influence of Land on Stream Habitats and Biological Communities" and "Salmon 2100 Project" - to be used in the conduct of research on salmon status and trends in the Pacific Northwest for understanding the changes in status of fish populations in large rivers
$35,00007/01/200412/31/2006
97293801Oceanside School DistrictSHIPBOARD MARINE SCIENCE INSERVICE TEACHER COURSE

This agreement assists the recipient in delivering its 30 hour in-service course to provide professional development to teachers to help students improve their skills in gathering and recording ecological data; provide teachers with marine career materials for students; and immerse educators in maritime experiences that they will share with students. Teachers will prepare for classroom discussion with students as they learn about the significance of standard ecological parameters (e.g., water and air temperature, density, transparency and depth, salinity, pH, plankton collection, etc.).
$5,00007/01/200408/30/2006
97806001CO Watershed NetworkCOLORADO BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT

Lab methods to determine the toxicity of cadmium, zince and/or copper to mayfly, stonefly and/or caddisfly nymphs from Colorado mountain streams will be developed and the toxicity of those metals to these species will be determined. The effects of drought on metals levels and response by organisms to drought will be determined by gathering data during more normal water years. These results will be compared to existing biocriteria to evaluate accuracy of metrics along a flow and metals gradient. These findings will provide data for developing and adopting biocriteria that are protective of aquatic life.
$50,00008/23/200403/30/2007
83233901California Urban Water Conservation CouncilCALCULATING UTILITY AVOIDED COSTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES OF URBAN WATER USE EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS

SMALL GRANT - To develop methods for utilities to quantify environmental benefits and costs.
$100,00007/01/200412/31/2006
83199201Syracuse University Main CampusNY STAR CENTER FOR ENV. QUALITY SYSTEMS/EPA INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM COLLABORATION

Collaborative research intended to enable effective reduction of occupant exposures to contaminants in the indoor environment. The goals include better indoor environmental maintenance and utilization of indoor environmental control approaches in the private sector.
$4,468,87609/01/200404/30/2009
00856404MT Department of Environmental QualityWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING 604(B)

To conduct fixed station network monitoring and provided FTE support for monitoring and data management.
$419,12007/01/200406/30/2006
97294301Cornell UniversityENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

Environmental Careers Skills Program: This program focuses on ecosystem protection. It provides college students with the skills and knowledge to become better environmental stewards and explore environmental career paths. Participants learn field sampling techniques, study environmental issues, are introduced to environmental career paths and learn leadership and team-building skills to improve their ability to work with others to protect the environment.
$21,67107/01/200412/31/2005
83176501American College of Chest PhysiciansSIXTH ACCP COMMUNITY ASTHMA AND COPD COALITION SYMPOSIUM

SMALL GRANT: To support the ACCP symposium which will educate community members on comprehensive asthma management, including environmental management of asthma triggers.
$40,30009/01/200408/31/2005
96535201Michigan Technological UniversityTORCH LAKE REMEDIATION MONITORING BY LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS

Local high school students perform long-term monitoring of bird and plant diversity and soil fertility on post-remedial portions of Torch Lake Superfund Site. This monitoring activity is coordinated by MTU.
$32,35008/01/200411/30/2006
97293501Friends of the High School for Environ. StudiesENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LITERACY TRAINING PROJECT

A program to support literacy efforts through a focus on science as a means to understand environmental issues. This program supports training for English and Science teachers on inquiry-based learning through environmental readings. The environmental readings will reinforce concepts taught in students' science classes.
$4,60008/01/200406/30/2006
97293301American Littoral SocietyJUNIOR BAY RANGER PROGRAM

Junior Bay Ranger Program is a career development program to promote environmental stewardship and educate students about the environmental issues related to preserving the ecosystems of Jamaica Bay. Proposed participants are middle grade students from Brooklyn and Queens, New York. The American Littoral Society project is designed to educate students about the wildlife and environments in their community. Young people learn about and develop an interest in caring for the environment. The program also encourages them to pursue environmental careers. Both the development of stewardship skills and the career components of this project will provide benefits to the environment.
$5,00007/01/200406/30/2006
83179401Society for Development AlternativesLEVERAGING STAKEHOLDER RESOURCES FOR CLEAN INDOOR AIR IN BUNDELKHAND

SMALL GRANT--This project will leverage stakeholder capacities and direct them towards realizing benefits of clean indoor air on a large scale in the Bundelkhand region of India. It will increase the use of clean, reliable, affordable, efficient and safe home cooking practices, and improve indoor air quality in Central India.
$98,64008/16/200403/31/2007
83182001Lehigh UniversitySYNTHESIS OF A POLYMERIC HYBRID ION EXCHANGER WITH IRON

SMALL GRANT - This project will be used to impregnate a parent ion exchanger, creating a hybrid ion exchanger, which can effectively capture arsenic in a plug flow reactor.
$10,00009/01/200408/31/2006
98742501City of DiamondCITY OF DIAMOND, MISSOURI - POTABLE WATER PROJECT

The project objective is to prevent the exposure of people living in the area to heavy metals from ingestion of water in contaminated private water wells. This will be accomplished through the installation of public water supply mains in areas of the City of Diamond where homes are currently served drinking water by private water wells contaminated by metals. This activity was specified as part of EPA's removal action in the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis for Operable Unit 2 of the Site.
$2,641,20008/01/200407/01/2006
00048902Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation WACWA 106 - TRIBAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING & CONTROL PROGRAM

The Tribe will continue ambient water quality monitoring program, conduct continous temperature monitoring program, develop annual water quality assessment report and other grant management processes.
$490,00007/01/200409/30/2008
97312101WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionFY 2004 TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD, TRAINING, AND INDEXING DEMONSTRATION

This grant provides funding for: 1) Demonstration of investigation techniques to categorize nutrient and pathogen pollution sources in karst and agricultural regions; 2) CAFO training and implementation program; and 3) Genus level biological Stream Condition Index development.
$273,79009/15/200409/30/2007
99253108Onondaga County SWCDNON-POINT SOURCE WATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT

This project aims to protect water quality within priority watersheds of Onondaga County by identifying and implementing agricultural Best Management Practices (BMPs) that reduce non-point source pollution. The goal of this project is to establish a coordinated framework for protecting and improving the environment, both on the farm and downstream, while maintaining the viability of farming as a commercial enterprise. Additionally, this project will work with landowners and municipalities on non-agricultural non-point source pollution concerns such as streambank erosion projects.
$670,60007/01/200406/30/2008
96916801City of LivermoreBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end dates from January 31, 2007 to January 31, 2008. Term and condition #10 has been revised. All other terms and conditions of the initial agreement remain in full force and effect.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $400,000 to the City of Livermore to complete site assessment work at several City sites contaminated by hazardous substances and petroleum. Completed assessments will provide sites eiligible for future cleanup grant funding.

The neighborhood in the Target Area has a younger population with more persons per household, less income per capita, and less homeownership. With grant assistance from EPA, the Agency's objectives are to facilitate improvements that will reduce health hazards, facilitate redevelopment, increase housing opportunities, increase opportunities for capital investment, contribute to infrastructure improvements, provide more green spaces, provide more and better jobs, improve standard of living, and improve quality of life.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004.
$400,00007/01/200401/31/2008
00620305New Mexico Environment DepartmentFY2005/2006 PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM SUPERVISION PROGRAM

The activities conducted under this project include implementing, maintaining, and evaluating water system supervision to assure New Mexico's safe drinking water supply.
$2,058,60007/01/200406/30/2006
83173501Concern IncSMART GROWTH ONLINE

The existing cooperative agreement with CONCERN, Inc. for website management of Smart Growth Online will expire on July 15, 2009. The supplemental funding will provide a seamless transition for website management of Smart Growth Online from CONCERN, Inc., to a new grantee (selected through a competitive process) from July 16 � Oct. 15, 2009.
$338,91507/16/200410/31/2009
83178301Nebraska Department of Health and Human ServicesFY04 EXCH NTWK READINESS GRANT - NEBRASKA HHS

The purpose of this project is to make the Nebraska Health and Human Services System (NHHS) an active participant in the National Environmental Information Exchange Network (NEIEN) by implementing an operational Network Node. This project builds upon previous accomplishments by NHHS staff to enhance data quality and make Drinking Water Program environmental data contained in Nebraska's Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS/State) available to other partners and the general public. Project goals: 1) Actively participate in the NEIEN via the NHHS Network Node, 2) Receive complete and timely drinking water data from the field, 3) Receive complete and timely drinking water data from laboratories, and 4) Receive complete and timely drinking water data from public water systems.
$150,00008/01/200404/30/2007
97089501WA Dept of EcologyX7 PALOUSE/COLVILLE/LOWER COLUMBIA/ENVVEST PROJECT

This project is for TMDL development support for the Sinclair Dyes Inlet ENVVEST project, and the Colville, Columbia River toxics and Palouse TMDL projects.
$123,70007/01/200409/30/2007
97096801City of CaldwellCITY OF CALDWELL BF ASSESSMENT 05/06

Brownfields Assessment of Indian Creek Alignment and adjacent properties through downtown Caldwell.

This award approves the proposed work plan and budget, and provides full EPA funding for the approved project and budget periods.
$200,00007/01/200412/30/2006
98746701Metropolitan Community & Economic Dev. Corp.IVANHOE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROJECT

This project will educate residents about health issues surrounding the environmental issues of lead poisoning, asbestos contamination and disposal of household chemicals and other agents. The focus will be to educate about 5,500 families by holding group forums and activities, conducting experiential lab activities, teacher training sessions and parent/community outreach. The community will learn about basic ecological principles and how to identify issues facing urban communities.
$22,32008/20/200410/31/2005
99134704Narragansett Indian TribeNARRAGANSETT INDIAN TRIBE PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The project will help protect and preserve water quality on tribal lands. In addition, it will help provide clean and safe drinking water for all people on tribal lands.
$815,27708/01/200412/31/2008
96918701San Diego County Water AuthorityWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - REGIONAL SEAWATER DESALINATION PROJECT AT ENCINA

This project will provide for development of environmental information documents and feasibility study supporting regional sources of drinking water using seawater desalination.
$1,444,90009/14/200412/31/2009
83211701National Association of CountiesWETLANDS PROGRAM AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OUTREACH

To improve the ability of state and local governments to strengthen watershed conservation and stewardship through documenting successful approaches and practical Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools used in watershed planning.
$100,00009/27/200409/30/2007
99565605Trustees of Indiana UniversityTHE INTEGRATED ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION NETWORK

This assistance will provide continued implementation of the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN) as mandated by the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The IADN is a binational (U.S.-Canada) network made up of 15 stations, 5 in the US. Samples of air and precipitation are collected and analyzed for polychlorinated biphenyls , polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and organochlorine pesticides. The results are used to calculate atmospheric inputs the Great Lakes and examine trends in concentrations over time.
$3,453,90009/01/200403/31/2010
00205805Hudson Regional Health CommissionFY-05 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

Recipient will provide assistance to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection in the implementation of air pollution control programs in Hudson County, New Jersey. These programs include: source inspections under the direction of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, receive and respond to citizen complaints about sources.
$96,29207/01/200406/30/2005
96400504FL Fish & Wildlife Conservation CommissionFL GIS MAPPING OF SEAGRASS FY2004

This project will create a 1:24,000 scale GIS coverage for seagrass in the Santa Rosa and Big Lagoon water bodies. Natural color aerial photography taken in November 2001 by USGS will be source data. The 2001 photography will be interpreted and digitized, & ground truthing will be completed. The information will be loaded into the FMRI Marine Resources GIS and will be available to the public through FMRI's Internet Map server.
$27,83907/01/200412/31/2005
99248803New Jersey Dept of Environmental ProtectionNJDEP SFY 2005 THRU 2007 PERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This Performance Partnership Grant (PPG) is to provide for the operation of continuing environmental programs while giving the State of New Jersey greater flexibility to address its highest environmental priorities, improve environmental performance, achieve administrative savings and strengthen the partnership between the State and EPA. This agreement funds statewide programs to protect and improve air quality, water quality and drinking water; pesticides control; radon exposure reduction; hazardous waste control; and to ensure the viability of underground storage tanks.
$59,618,92107/01/200406/30/2007
97085301AK Dept of Environ ConservIMPROVING ALASKA'S SAFE DRINKING WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM

The ADEC currently receives PWS analytical data in many different formats requiring interpretation by ADEC staff prior to data entry. Hard copy (paper) analytical results are sent by laboratories and PWS owners and operators to ADEC either by courier, mail, or facsimile. ADEC staff review the paper documents and manually enter the sample results into the SDWIS/State PWS database The current paper-based manual data reporting by the laboratories and data entry into ADEC SDWIS database consumes time and limited staff resources. The cumbersome and lengthy data entry process greatly increases the amount of time between receipt of the monitoring data and the staff�s ability to evaluate compliance. This can lead to inaccurate compliance monitoring schedules and inefficient use of ADEC staff time. Additional delays in analytical data reporting or PWS operational reports can be caused by lost mail, infrequent mail stops in rural Alaska, or late reporting.

This project will provide a more efficient data collection and management system by allowing certified labs to directly submit analytical data electronically to the SDWIS/State PWS database. Automation of this process will increase staff efficiency, improve PWS data quality and more importantly, improve access to sample results by both the DW Program staff and the PWS owners and operators.
$56,30007/01/200406/30/2006
83163601National Council on AgingGULF OF MEXICO PROGRAM, SEE PROGRAM.

To provide qualified senior workers to assist the Gulf of Mexico Program with technical assistance in carrying out activities under Goal 4, Healthy Communities and Ecosystems of EPA�s Strategic Plan.
$260,00008/01/200407/31/2007
96905701University of TulsaCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - INDOOR AIR QUALITY TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT.

This amendment hereby extends the budget and project period end dates from October 31, 2007 to April 30, 2008.

This project involves training teachers and maintenance staff to recognize their everyday contributions to good or poor indoor air quality. Through photos, stories, and walk-throughs of schools trainers point out typical activities, use of products and maintenance practices which contribute pollutants to the air in the schools. Some grantees may use simple instruments such as thermometers or CO2 meters to illustrate what our senses already tell us about indoor air quality, i.e. the room is stuffy, etc. Measurements such as these are not required by the project but are often useful for illustrative and educational purposes and help the applicant make their point while training staff. No measurements are required for these activities and no decisions or actions are taken based on measurements, therefore no quality assurance plan is required. The total EPA funding amount of $55,000 remains the same.
$55,00009/01/200404/30/2008
83196101DE Department of Natural Res and Env ControlFY04 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE NETWORK READINESS GRANT

The purpose of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) project is to continue the efforts to promote data flows from Delaware Node to EPA's CDX in the Environmental Information Exchange Network. Goals of this project include: Refine the data flows either completed or being implemented (FRS, Beach Data, PCS, NEI and SDWIS), Establish new data flows for Air Quality System (AQS) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Information System (RCRAInfo) to CDX, Establish the Substance Registry System (SRS) data flow using web services from CDX to Delaware Node.
$300,00008/01/200407/31/2007
97092701University Of Tennessee-ResearchENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS CALCULATOR

To develop an measurement/assessment tool to measure the environmental benefits of green purchsing and EOL management of electronics.
$109,00008/01/200407/31/2007
96001201AK Dept of Environ ConservADEC X-960012-01

This project is a cotinuation of an existing fish safety baseline study conducted by ADEC. This project has four major phases: 1) chemical analysis of fish samples collected in 2004, 2) collection and chemical analysis of fish samples that will be collected in 2005, 3) analytical data assessment and analysis, and 4) transimittal of the data to DHSS for assitance with data interpretation.
$994,10007/01/200406/30/2008
83199301Environmental DefenseENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY BUILDING IN NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES

Conduct environmental capacity building in the Newly Independent States of the Former Soviet Union, starting with Ukraine and Russia. The focus is on assisting governments of this region to institutionalize practices of modern environmental policy into their own environmental protection systems.
$415,00009/30/200409/30/2009
96903901University of HawaiiFOOD QUALITY PROTECTION ACT (AG INIT) - FOOD SAFETY FOR FARMING COMMUNITIES

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $38,609.

Project will work to educate growers on how to manage the melon fly pest and minimize crop losses through the use of multi-disciplinary crop production practices and principles. Para-pheromones, reduced risk pesticides, mass trapping techniques, and border crop systems will be used. The goal of this project is to minimize unnecessary food safety risk associated with pesticide exposure, and to protect the surface water by minimizing potential leaching.
$38,60909/01/200403/31/2006
98870603Utah Division of Wildlife ResourcesUT WILDLIFE RESOURCES

Various projects to further the development of a Wetlands Program in the State of Utah.
$156,82009/01/200411/30/2006
97800201Colorado Department of HealthNATIONAL POLLUTION DISCHARGE EIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES)

The Permit Writer Proficiency Evaluation Tool will help the state staff supervisor assess the current skill level of each NPDES permit writer to determine his or her specific training needs. The state�s supervisor can then focus its limited resources on obtaining the specific training that is needed for the individual NPDES permit writer.
$75,52508/09/200402/29/2008
83187701University of Texas at AustinFDP - ZERO NET ENERGY HOMES PROJECT

SMALL GRANT- To design, build, and test a neighborhood of six solar-powered, net zero energy houses as a prototype for providing a decentralized power supply to the city grid as an alternative to fossil fuel-based electricity generation.
$10,00009/30/200409/29/2006
82921801Board of Trustees University of IllinoisMIDWEST TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE CENTER FOR SMALL PUBLIC WATER SYSTEMS

This assistance agreement is to continue funding of the Midwest Technology Assistance Center (MTAC) for Small Public Water Systems at the University of Illinois. This year Congress granted the University of IL with two separate Environmental Program Management grants totaling $745,600. Therefore, this workplan has been separated in parts.
Section 1 of the workplan efforts will build upon previous work by the MTAC and other technical assistance providers to facilitate the ongoing capacity development of small water systems in the Midwest. This will be accomplished by providing outreach activities through the following projects: 1) Testing of Homeland Security Implemented from Vulnerability Assessments and Emergency Response Planning; 2) Performing three Cross-Connection Control Workshops for Small System Administrators; 3) Conducting applied research in the areas of arsenic in groundwater and drought planning (i.e. chemical addition for Arsenic removal, Microcosm Experiments for Arsenic Solubility Determination; and Time Series Sampling and Resampling Facilities with High Particulate Arsenic to Evaluate the Variability of Arsenic Concentration in Small Community Water Supplies); 4) Providing funding of four competitive grant projects for no more than $50K each in the areas of addressing small systems needs in meeting health-based standards; increasing the technical, managerial and financial capacity of small systems; and addressing source water protection issues relevant to small systems in the USEPA Region 5 area; and 5) Providing information dissemination of material through the National Drinking Water Clearinghouse, TACNet web site, MTAC's web site; conference calls with EPA and the TACNet, and by participating in appropriate state, regional and/or national conferences. These efforts total $497,100.

Section 2 of this proposal will focus on the MTAC New Initiatives and Partnership Building Efforts by implementing the following projects: 1
$2,191,57408/01/200403/31/2008
97311801City of PhiladelphiaAMBIENT AIR MONITORING NETWORK

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the Nation's air quality programs, including both mass measurement and chemically resolved, or speciated data. Data from this program will be used for the PM 2.5, National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's,. development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies of health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the City of Philadelphia, PM 2.5 Monitoring Network within the City and surrounding areas.
$1,191,59108/01/200403/31/2008
97987901Pacific Basin Development CouncilENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROGRAM - ISLAND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION, MITIGATION & PREVENTION

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $15,000. Proposal was selected and awarded under the FY-03 EJ Small Grant Program National Guidance.
The project will build capacity to identify environmental issues and to actively involve the Island communities in design and implementation of remediation, mitigation, and prevention activities. A handbook on the suggested processes and alternative strategies to encourage community participation will be developed for senior policy officials. Project promotes Goal 4 of EPA's strategic plan.
$15,00009/01/200411/30/2006
83198501Assoc. St. & Terr Solid Waste Mgmt. Off.STATE/TERRITORIAL UST PROGRAMS

This assistance agreement is a supplemental application to continue the underground storage tanks work with the same recipient based on legitimate programmatic considerations. The supplement enhances the original work and subsequent amendments and the scope of the project is not expanded. This assistance agreement will support a variety of mechanisms to ensure broad information sharing and dissemination by ASTSWMO to the states of tank-related programs.
$928,37208/01/200404/30/2010
97080901WA Dept of EcologyIMPLEMENTING A LANDSCAPE APPROACH TO WETLAND PROTECTION IN WA.

To implement a landscape approach to wetland protection. WDOE will develop and apply a methodology to assess the condition of wetlands, identify priorities for their restoration and inform local jurisdiction critical areas ordinances and shorelines management protection. This study will be applied as a pilot study with one local jurisdiction to test the methods. The outcome of this project will be to create a web based program and technical tools to achieve the longer term goal of assisting all local jurisdictions throughout Washington State.
$165,00007/01/200406/30/2006
97115001North Country Council Inc.BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Assessment of contaminated brownfields properties
$200,00009/15/200403/14/2007
97081501Homer Soil & Water Conservation DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION PROGRAM

This project will synthesize existing information into four representative cross sections of the Kenai Peninsula that show the movement of ground water through the landscape.
$61,62909/01/200407/01/2006
83192101China State Env Protection AdministrationMANAGING POLLUTION FROM PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS (POPS) AND OTHER TOXIC SUBSTANCES IN CHINA

This cooperative agreement is to assist China to meet the requirements of both the Stockholm and Long Range Transport of Air Pollutants Conventions. This project will implement China's National Implementation Plan for POPs and address persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic chemicals that are of concern to China and the US.
$718,00009/01/200408/31/2010
00852702MT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM

This award provides funding to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality for general core nonsite-specific support activities.
$1,033,96907/01/200412/31/2009
98055703Lane Regional Air Pollution AuthorityLRAPA

Funding for an ongoing program of air monitoring, compliance, rules development and implementation of measures to control and abate air pollution
$787,29407/01/200406/30/2006
97306801WV Dept of Environmental ProtectionPM 25. AMBIENT AIR MONITORING - WV

The goal of the PM 2.5 Monitoring Program is to provide ambient data that support the national's air quality programs, including both mass measurements and chemically resolved, or speciated data. Data from this program will be used for PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) comparison's, development and tracking of implementation plans, assessments for regional haze and assistance for studies for health effects, and other ambient aerosol research activities. This grant is for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the
PM 2.5 Monitoring Network in the State West Virginia.
$1,829,14808/01/200403/31/2008
96549601Research Foundation of SUNY-Buffalo State CollegeA SEDIMENT TREND ANALYSIS OF THE BUFFALO RIVER AOC

A Sediment Trend Analysis (STA) of the Buffalo River AOC is proposed. STA provides a qualitative understanding of sediment stability issues associated with contaminant transport and remediation options determined through an examination of grain-size distributions. A statistical examination of the changes in grain-size characteristics between sample locations is undertaken to infer: first, if transport is occurring between the selected deposits; second, in which direction; and finally, in what manner (e.g. erosion, dynamic equilibrium or deposition). This information is essential for the site characterization process. The derived understanding of the processes and dynamic behavior will also help focus the planning for further site investigations, including modeling, and provide an assessment of remedial options.
$126,75309/01/200406/30/2006
96906901CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdWATER QUALITY - SAN JOAQUIN RIVER


This amendment extends the project and budget period ending dates to December 31, 2005 to support the San Joaquin River Project. The project objective is analysis to propose new water quality standards and TMDL allocations for salt and boron in the San Joaquin River.

All other terms and conditions remain the same.
$150,00007/01/200412/31/2005
96917201Richmond Community Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND (RLF) COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

This assistance agreement provides funding to support the development and implementation of the Revolving Loan Fund Program. Funds will be used to market the program to the community of the availability of loans and subgrants for cleanup of eligible Brownfields sites. An initial loan will be made for the cleanup of the Terminal One site. Regulatory oversight to the cleanup work will be done by the San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board. Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2004.
$1,000,00007/01/200409/30/2011
97676501City of Baton RougeCITY OF BATON ROUGE

Sewer system hydraulic modeling, public information website, South Wastewater Treatment Plant Operational Assistance, SCADA System Integration and CMS.

Sewer system hydraulic modeling and implementation of improvements to wastewater infrastructure. All activities lead to improvements to the wastewater infrastructure.

Wastewater system rehabilitation. The type of repairs typically include replacement of pipes, point repair of pipes, rehabilitation of pipes by cured in place liners, rehabilitation or replacement of sewer manholes and repair of sewer house connections to the property line.
$758,90009/15/200412/31/2014
96539601Allen County Soil & Water Conservation DistrictALLEN COUNTY SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) training wil be offered to teachers in Allen County, IN. A resource library will also be created to complement the training.
$4,57007/01/200403/01/2006
96538301Lake Superior State UniversityLAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF ST. MARY RIVER

Lake Superior State University will conduct research and education on the aquatic biota and their associated habitats. The first year of the project, an emphasis will be placed on procurement and implementation of contaminant analytical equipment. In addition, sufficient analytical procedures and quality assurance protocol for environmental sample chemical analysis will be refined. The second and third year will focus on habitat characterization, sample collection and sample analysis.
$715,30008/01/200407/31/2008
97674601Pueblo of Santa ClaraSANTA CLARA PUEBLO HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROJECT

Provide 40-hour Hazmat Training for staff from the heavy equipment, forestry, public works and transfer station programs; provide site-specific training on hazardous waste identification/handling; develop operation plans/worker guidelines; identify/implement best management practices for waste management; install signage to ensure proper disposal of waste oil or hazardous waste; create education program for community to ID hazardous waste, how materials should be handled and disposal limitations. Provide informative/illustrated brochures; hold poster contest to develop warning posters; involve the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Environmental Department to assist in continuing training and projects.
$51,76009/01/200403/31/2008
98883601Crow Tribal CouncilNONPOINT SOURCE PROJECTS

Agency assistance for control of nonpoint source pollution via implementation of Best Management Practices on Pryor Creek.
$51,84008/01/200409/30/2010
83221601National Recycling CoalitionAMERICA RECYCLES DAY 2004 PROJECT-

SMALL GRANT- An event to increase consumer purchases of recycled products and increase nationwide media attention and public support for recycling and resources conservation.
$25,00007/01/200406/30/2005
83210001Consortium for Energy Efficiency IncASSISTING LOCAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS TO WORK TOGETHER FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

The purpose of this assistance agreement is to increase the total amount of energy efficiency delivered through regional energy efficiency programs. This will result in financial benefits to utility customers as well as a reduction in energy consumption and related air pollution
$1,500,27509/01/200410/31/2007
97811401Woods Cross CityWOODS CROSS CITY BROWNFIELDS

Woods Cross CIty will assess the Caribou Four Corners Refinery Petroleum Contaminated Site.
$200,00009/01/200408/30/2006
97288305Rochester City School DistrictROCHESTER SCHOOLS - CHEMICAL DISPOSAL/PHASE I EMS

The purpose of this grant to the Rochester City School District is to facilitate the disposal of 700 gallons of legacy cleaning supplies, the removal and disposal of chemicals from four secondary schools and training of teachers, and the completion of an Environmental Management System (EMS) Phase One.
$45,42107/01/200406/30/2005
96409304Jefferson County Dept of HealthCOMMUNITY ASSESSMENT OF AIR TOXICS IN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA AND VICINITY

NEW AWARD - To provide funding in the amount of $495,242 (including $161,013 in-kind services) for enhanced monitoring and risk assessment of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) with the development of an emissions inventory, (HAPs) database, and enhanced public outreach in the Birmingham, Alabama area.
$495,24209/01/200405/31/2008
83120102Consumer Federation of AmericaCONSUMER EDUCATION TO INCREASE AWARENESS AND USE OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT PRODUCTS AND PRACTICES

This grant supports a consumer education program to increase public awareness of the environmental, economic, and health benefits of energy-efficient products and practices.
$195,76509/01/200409/30/2006
96475707City of Atlanta Wastewater Services (DPW)CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED PROJECTS

This action approves an award in the amount of $964,300 for construction of 8.5 miles of 27 feet diameter tunnel to store and convey combined sewers overflows (CSO) to new CSO treatment plant being constructed as part of the CSO Consent Decree program.
$964,30007/01/200412/31/2011
99751604Kansas Department of Health and EnvironmentFY04 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND PROGRAM

2004 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Grant to Kansas for Drinking Water Infrastructure
$9,522,10009/01/200408/31/2009
97114301County of Norfolk MABROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

Assessment of contaminated properties
$200,00008/01/200409/30/2008
97688701New Mexico Environment DepartmentFY 03 STAG 3% SET-ASIDE

Provide management of assistance agreements for the following projects: City of Ruidoso, City of Los Lunas, City of Belen, Greater Chimayo MDWCA, City of Bloomfield, Town of Bernalillo, Village of Los Lunas, South & North Valley of Albuq. & Bernalillo, City of Gallup,City of Espanola, and Alamogordo in accordance with the approved workplan.
$203,80007/01/200409/30/2008
83182101Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyFDP - ENCOURAGING TOXIC USE REDUCTION IN ACADEMIC LABORATORIES

SMALL GRANT - This project promotes the use of less toxic and less polluting alternatives in commonly used toxic chemicals, and will also develop data on the amounts and types of chemicals purchased by research laboratories and will use Green Chemistry databases to identify less toxic and less polluting alternatives and make this information readily available to end users
$10,00009/15/200412/31/2005
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