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EAGL Instructions for 2021–23 Remedial Action Grants & Loan Applications: Toxics Cleanup Program’s guidance for using Ecology’s Administration of Grant & Loans system (EAGL) to apply for Oversight Remedial Action Grants & Loans, Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, Safe Drinking Water Action Grants

 
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20-09-056February 2020
VIEW NOW EAGL Instructions for 2021–23 Remedial Action Grants & Loan Applications: Toxics Cleanup Program’s guidance for using Ecology’s Administration of Grant & Loans system (EAGL) to apply for Oversight Remedial Action Grants & Loans, Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, Safe Drinking Water Action Grants (Number of pages: 40) (Publication Size: 1283KB)
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Author(s) Shanyese Trujillo, Financial Services Unit
Description The Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) at the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) offers “remedial action” grants and loans that help communities clean up contaminated sites and provide safe drinking water. Applicants must use Ecology’s Administration of Grants & Loans system (EAGL) to apply for this funding.

This guidance contains EAGL instructions, tips, and screenshots that help you apply for three types of grants and loans: 1) Oversight Remedial Action Grants and Loans, 2) Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, and 3) Safe Drinking Water Action Grants.

This guidance is specific to TCP’s remedial action grant and loan solicitation for the 2021–23 biennium.
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Keywords Contaminated Cleanup, Formal Cleanup, drinking water, contaminated site, Areawide Groundwater Investigations, Remedial Action Grants & Loans (RAG), Ecology’s Administration of Grants and Loans (EAGL), Oversight cleanup, User instructions
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