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The program supports projects that achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions to improve pollution conditions in communities with the poorest air quality. Those involving community partnerships may receive priority.
The grantees will develop and implement watershed-based plans and projects that protect public waterways and improve water quality. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit proposals that develop and implement watershed-based plans to protect unimpaired waters or restore pollution impaired waters.
Brownfields are properties that may have hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants present. EPA’s Brownfields Program provides grants and technical assistance to communities, states, tribes and others to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse these contaminated properties.
The program supports projects helping residents of underserved communities understand and address local environmental and public health issues. For purposes of this announcement, the term “underserved community” refers to a community with environmental justice concerns and vulnerable populations, including minorities, low income families, rural residents, tribes and the homeless, who may be disproportionately impacted by environmental harms and risks.
EPA is seeking applications proposing to research, develop and design solutions to real world challenges involving the overall sustainability of human society. Phase I grantees research, develop and design solutions to real world sustainability challenges facing society. Phase II grantees are those who have successfully researched and designed a solution and will use the funding to implement it.
The program supports state, tribal and local pollution control agencies in developing plans and conducting projects to reduce air pollution in nonattainment areas. These areas are the five most polluted areas in the United States, as designated by the EPA.
Through two solicitations, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seeks applications for its Practical Methods to Analyze and Treat Emerging Contaminants (PFAS) in Solid Waste, Landfills, Wastewater/Leachates, Soils, and Groundwater to Protect Human Health and the Environment program.
The program supports pollution prevention through source reduction and resource conservation work. Applicants must focus on at least one of the following categories (1) Business-Based Pollution Prevention Solutions Supporting Toxic Substances Control Act (PL 115-31) Priorities and Chemical Safety; (2) Food and Beverage Manufacturing and Processing; and (3) Hazardous Materials Source Reduction Approaches in States or Communities.
The program supports tribal projects to achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions in areas designated as having poor air quality. New technologies and controls are examples of ways to reduce diesel emissions.
The program supports projects that develop or refine state, tribal and local government wetland programs as a whole, or individual components of those programs. Wetland programs increase the quantity and quality of wetlands in the United States by conserving and restoring wetland acreage and improving wetland conditions. All proposed projects must be nationwide in scope or involve or otherwise benefit at least one state or tribe in at least two or more EPA regions.