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U.S. EPA Brownfield Grants

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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

U.S. EPA Brownfield Grants

The EPA brownfield program offers a number of funding opportunities to address contaminated sites through their Multipurpose, Assessment, RLF, and Cleanup (MARC) grants. These grants, also known as 104k grants, are available to local units of government, tribes, and non-profit organizations. More information on eligibility and program requirements can be found here.

Should you need assistance or a letter of acknowledgement from EGLE for your EPA 104k grant application, please contact Ron Smedley, EGLE Federal Brownfield Specialist at SmedleyR@Michigan.gov or 517-242-9048.  Requests for letters of acknowledgement should include: applicant's address and email, type of grant, amount being requested, and any other relevant site specific information.

The EGLE Brownfield Assessment and Redevelopment Section can assist unsuccessful applicants with conducting environmental site assessments and risk management activities using other state-funded or federally-funded brownfield programs.

A list of Michigan applicants and grant awards for each annual funding cycle is provided below:

2021 Applicants and Recipients

2020 Applicants and Recipients

2019 Applicants and Recipients

2018 Applicants and Recipients

2017 Applicants and Recipients

2016 Applicants and Recipients

Contact

Ron Smedley
SmedleyR@michigan.gov
517-242-9048