Recycling Grants

Purpose: A thriving materials management system in Michigan is created through effective education, a network of successful local programs, innovative market development, public/private partnerships, and more. Since 2014, this has been supported through grants to promote recycling access and education for citizens, address processing and infrastructure needs at recycling facilities and collection sites, and develop end use markets for materials collected in Michigan. Funding is available annually through the Renew Michigan Fund to support projects that contribute to Michigan’s environment through enhanced materials management.

Goals: To grow recycling and improve materials management in Michigan

Eligibility: See all current Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for details.

Criteria: See all current RFPs for details.

Application Process: RFPs will be announced with a deadline for application.

Filing Fees: None

Nominating Procedures: Grant applications are selected for funding based on program priorities, criteria, and eligibility.

Deadlines: See all current RFPs for details.

Timelines: See all current RFPs for details.

Dollar Amount Available (Min./Max.): See all current RFPs for details.

Required Match: See all current RFPs for details.

Source(s) of Funds: Renew Michigan Fund

Responsible Division and Contact: Waste Management and Radiological Protection Division, Emily Freeman (517-256-9466, freemane@michigan.gov) and Elizabeth Garver (586-753-3837, garvere2@michigan.gov)

Related Grants: Scrap Tire Grants, Pollution Prevention Grants and Loans

Request for Proposals: Visit www.michigan.gov/mirecycles and select the “Grants” tab.