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Funding Opportunities

EGLE has State and Federal funding available for various pollution prevention related projects focused on replacing old vehicles, engines, and equipment with all-electric vehicles and equipment, focusing on local government fleets, recycling vehicles, compost and food waste recovery vehicles, agriculture, and irrigation equipment, as well as food waste reduction activities. Applications and Requests for Proposals (RFP) are available throughout the year.

Please see below to review current and upcoming solicitations and RFPs.

P2 Funding Programs

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Fuel Transformation Program

The Michigan Fuel Transformation Program (FTP) supports the replacement of qualifying diesel, vehicles, vessels, and equipment with new, cleaner versions that have low to no emissions.

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Diesel Emission Reduction Program

The Michigan Diesel Emission Reduction Program brings stakeholders together from government, industry, and nonprofit organizations to reduce the impact from diesel engine emissions.

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Sustainability Assessment Implementation Program

Grants for small businesses to implement pollution prevention (P2), sustainability, or in-process recycling recommendations identified during an Energy, Waste, or Sustainability Assessment. 

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Coming fall 2024
The Food Waste Reduction Implementation Program provides grants to businesses, non-profits, local governments and public schools to implement activities identified in the Food Waste Reduction Roadmap.

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Coming fall 2024!
The Small Business P2 Loan Program provides low-interest loans to small businesses to implement projects that eliminate or reduce waste through source reduction or recycling, and includes energy and water conservation projects.