Tag: Environmental Protection Agency

Can Multiple Grants Be Stacked to Fund Single Project?

By Scott Wilson, PSS, and Keely Campbell, PG Anyone who’s been working on infrastructure projects for a while knows grants can take care of a significant portion of the price tag. But 80% or 100%? By combining multiple grant applications in multiple programs, this holy grail of funding is possible. In this post, we will… Read More »

EPA Brownfield Grants: Revitalization Supports Economic, Community Development

By Keely Campbell, PG On May 10, 2021, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded 151 communities around the country $66,500,000 in brownfield funding through its Multipurpose, Assessment, and Cleanup (MAC) Grant program. These grants can be game-changers for the communities that receive them, supporting economic growth and job creation and providing the necessary financial… Read More »

Lawful Remediation: Enlisting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Assistance

By Jeff Steiner, PG, PH, CPG All environmentally contaminated sites are not created equal. Don’t misunderstand; they’re all complicated in their own way, but some can prove particularly challenging when it comes to environmental cleanup. Certain scenarios are so potentially toxic that they warrant involvement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the federal entity… Read More »