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Brownfields Cleanup Grant Guideline
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA Region 9
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This webinar will go into details about the EPA's Brownfield Cleanup Grant. This grant funds cleanup activities for applicants who: currently own a brownfield site that has met the statuary requirements for liability protection by completing a Phase 1 prior to purchase; has completed a Phase 2; and has completed an analysis for brownfields cleanup alternatives (ABCA). The webinar will go over the guidelines relating to threshold criteria which determine who is an eligible applicant, what brownfield sites are eligible for funding, and community notification of the application. Next the webinar will focus on the ranking criteria which address the need for a brownfield cleanup in your community and description of your project.

Any potential brownfield applicant which includes any governmental entity, nonprofits, and tribes.

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