Consolidation and Contamination Risk Reduction (C2R2) Grant

  • The Consolidation and Contamination Risk Reduction (C2R2) Grant  program was developed by EGLE under Michigan’s new Clean Water Plan. The C2R2 grant is available to drinking water systems for projects that remove or reduce PFAS or other contaminants, as defined under state or federal drinking water regulations, or efforts to consolidate systems or connect private residential wells to a local municipal system. There is $25 million available, with a maximum grant award per applicant of $5 million. Applications will be accepted beginning November 16, 2020, and will be batched and scored for processing quarterly, with applications for the first round due January 31, 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted until funding is exhausted.

    Consolidation and Contamination Risk Reduction (C2R2) Grant Overview

    Consolidation and Contamination Risk Reduction (C2R2) Grant Application

    Click to register for the C2R2 grant webinar scheduled for 9am on December 14, 2020.

    Additional information on other programs can be found on the Michigan Clean Water Plan page.