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Remedial Action Grant and Loan Guidance: Integrated Planning Grants 2021–23 Biennium

 
Publication number Date Published
21-09-049June 2021
VIEW NOW Remedial Action Grant and Loan Guidance: Integrated Planning Grants 2021–23 Biennium (Number of pages: 74) (Publication Size: 843KB)
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Author(s) Shanyese Trujillo, Financial Services Unit
Description This guidance is for local governments when applying for and managing an Integrated Planning Grant (IPG) during the 2021–23 biennium. It includes funding eligibility and other regulatory requirements and limitations.

IPGs help local governments assess one or more contaminated sites. Local governments can also use these grants to develop integrated project plans for cleaning up and redeveloping brownfield properties at those sites. Brownfield properties are previously developed properties that are currently abandoned or underused because of actual or perceived historic contamination. IPGs are intended to help local governments make informed decisions when considering whether to purchase or redevelop such properties.

IPGs are just one of several “remedial action” grants and loans provided to local governments by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). The grants and loans are used to investigate and clean up contaminated sites under Washington state’s environmental cleanup law, the Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA).
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Keywords contaminated site cleanup, RCW 70A.305.010, 2021-23 biennium, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), brownfields, Grant funding, RAG Rule, Chapter 173-322A WAC, Remedial Action Grants & Loans (RAG)
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