Washington State Department of Ecology
Grants to Washington individuals and nonprofit organizations for projects to clean up environmental pollution and reduce waste in local communities. Funds will be provided for projects that involve the public in local decision-making regarding contaminated site clean-up and restoration, and projects that involve community efforts in mitigating industry and household waste.
Priority consideration for PPGs are given to applicants who meet any of the following criteria:
Applicants may qualify for any or all of these priorities and will receive additional points in the application evaluation process.
PPG will fund two basic types of projects:
Contaminated Site Projects encourage public involvement in the investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites. To receive priority consideration as a hazardous substance release site, a project must fall into at least one of these three categories:
For more information on Contaminated Site Projects, see: https://apps.ecology.wa.gov/publications/documents/2107007.pdf#page=8
Waste Management Projects - The PPG program funds projects that implement the state’s solid and hazardous waste priorities. Your project must clearly identify a waste problem. The project must have measurable goals that offer practical ways to prevent, solve, or reduce the problem. The project must measure the outcome of those goals.
The waste management priorities related to both solid and hazardous waste are, in descending order:
As the state’s highest priority, waste reduction projects will receive extra points in the evaluation process. The following are examples of waste reduction projects for both solid and hazardous waste:
For eligible costs, see: https://apps.ecology.wa.gov/publications/documents/2107007.pdf#page=17
GrantWatch ID#: 143599
Up to $120,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To register in EAGL: https://secureaccess.wa.gov/public/saw/pub/displayRegister.do
SVN registration: https://ofm.wa.gov/it-systems/statewide-vendorpayee-services
PPG Grant Coordinator
Phone: (360) 407-6062
Washington State Department of Ecology - www.ecy.wa.gov
• Headquarters, Olympia - 360-407-6000
• Northwest Regional Office, Bellevue - 425-649-7000
• Southwest Regional Office, Olympia - 360-407-6300
• Central Regional Office, Union Gap - 509-575-2490
• Eastern Regional Office, Spokane - 509-329-3400
Solid Waste Management Program
P.O. Box 47600
Olympia, WA 98504-7600
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