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BIL Provision: Brownfields Categorical Grants

Open Date:

TBD

Close Date:

Available until expended

Upcoming Milestones:

Estimated to be released in 3rd quarter 2022.

Multipurpose Grants – Proposals due November 2022; Projects awarded Summer 2023
Assessment Grants – Proposals due November 2022; Projects awarded Summer 2023
Cleanup Grants – Proposals due November 2022; Projects awarded Summer 2023
Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Grants – Supplemental requests from existing grantees due March 2022; Funds awarded August 2022
Job Training Grants – Proposals due July 2022; Projects awarded November 2022
Technical Assistance, Including Targeted Brownfields Assessments – Projects awarded on a rolling basis; First round of Targeted Brownfields Assessment funds awarded April 2022
Cooperative Agreements to State and Tribal Response Programs – FY22 requests due May 2022; Funds awarded November 2022

Eligible Recipients:

  • Native/Tribal Entity
  • State Government

Program Purpose:

Environmental Clean-up

Reserved for Energy
Communities?

No

Funded by:

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Overview

Unlike many Environmental Protection Agency cleanup programs States and Tribal Nations are responsible for developing brownfields cleanup standards and policy and conducting or overseeing the assessment and cleanup of brownfield sites within their jurisdictions. This funding is intended for states and tribes that have the required management and administrative capacity within their government to administer a federal grant. The primary goal of this funding is to ensure that state and Tribal response programs include, or are taking reasonable steps to include, certain elements of an environmental response program and that the program establishes and maintains a public record of sites addressed.

Eligible activities include, but are not limited to, the following: Developing legislation, regulations, procedures, ordinances, guidance, etc. that establish or enhance the administrative and legal structure of a response program; Establishing and maintaining the required public record described in Section V of this guidance; Operation, maintenance and long-term monitoring of institutional controls and engineering controls; Conducting limited site-specific activities, such as assessment or cleanup, provided such activities establish and/or enhance the response program; Purchasing environmental insurance; and Capitalizing revolving loan funds for cleanup program.

Funding Details

Funding Source:
Funding Type:
Grant – match required
Total Amount Available:
$300,000,000
Limit per Applicant:
TBD
Estimated Awards:
TBD

Applicant Guidance

Contact Information

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