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Remedial Action Grant and Loan Guidance for the 2023–25 Biennium: Oversight Remedial Action Grants and Loans, Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, and Safe Drinking Water Action Grants

 
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22-09-043January 2022
VIEW NOW Remedial Action Grant and Loan Guidance for the 2023–25 Biennium: Oversight Remedial Action Grants and Loans, Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, and Safe Drinking Water Action Grants (Number of pages: 112) (Publication Size: 1919KB)




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Author(s) Financial Services Unit, Toxics Cleanup Program
Description *This guidance is specific to Washington state’s remedial action grant and loan solicitation for the 2023–25 biennium.*

The Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) at the Washington State Dept. of Ecology (Ecology) offers “remedial action” grants and loans to local governments. The funding helps communities clean up contaminated sites and provide safe drinking water.

This guidance helps local governments manage three types of remedial action grants and loans: 1) Oversight Remedial Action Grants and Loans 2) Area-wide Groundwater Investigation Grants, and 3) Safe Drinking Water Action Grants.

The document explains the policies and expectations when people are applying for grants, meeting Toxics Cleanup Program requirements, and managing funded projects.
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Contact Financial Services Unit, Toxics Cleanup Program at 360-407-7170
Keywords Contaminated Cleanup, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), Safe Drinking Water, Grant funding, local governments, Permit requirements, RAG Rule, Chapter 173-322A WAC, Remedial Action Grants & Loans (RAG)
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