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Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program

2019
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection grant program established in 1992 under Act 166. The AFIG Program helps to create new markets for alternative fuels in Pennsylvania which enhances energy security. An investment is being made not only in alternative fuels, but the deployment of alternative fuel vehicles, fleets, and technologies.The intent is to provide a stimulus for opportunities that better manage Pennsylvania's fuel resources in a way that also improves the environment, supports economic development and enhances the quality of life.
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Environmental Education Grants (PA DEP)

2020
The Environmental Education Grant Program was established by the Environmental Education Act of 1993, which mandates that five percent of all pollution fines and penalties collected annually by the Department of Environmental Protection be set aside for environmental education. Since the inception of the environmental education grant program, DEP has awarded more than $12 million in grants to support environmental education efforts throughout Pennsylvania. Administered through DEP, the funds are used for projects ranging from creative, hands-on lessons for students, teacher training programs, and outdoor learning resources to conservation education for adults.
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FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure Grant (PA DEP)

2020
The Pennsylvania FAST Act Alternative Fuel Corridor Infrastructure solicitation is a special solicitation under the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) designed to support the installation of alternative fuel infrastructure along Pennsylvania Interstate Highway Corridors.
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Funding Opportunities for Stormwater Management, Summer 2019 Update

2019
Organizations/Sources: Montgomery County Planning Commission
A publication of the Montgomery County Planning Commission, Environmental Section.
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Green Region: The PECO Open Space Program

2019
Organizations/Sources: Natural Lands Trust
A grant program administered by Natural Lands, the PECO Green Region program has awarded 246 grants totaling $1.9 million in support of open space and environmental projects throughout its service area since 2004. Green Region grants are available in amounts of up to $10,000 to cover a wide variety of planning and direct expenses associated with developing and implementing open space programs. Program guidelines and applications can be downloaded at natlands.org/greenregion
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Recycling Financial Assistance (DEP)

2020
Recycling programs are financed by a $2-per-ton recycling fee on all waste (except ash) disposed of in landfills or processed by resource recovery facilities in Pennsylvania. Besides grants for local recycling, planning and environmental protection programs, funding subsidizes state programs for recycling market development, public education, technical assistance and grants administration.
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Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management Grants Program Guidance (PA DEP)

2020
Pennsylvania's Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program (NPS Management Program) performs a variety of services for the commonwealth focused on the attenuation of water quality degradation resulting from "polluted runoff." The NPS Management Program directs the use of both state and federalOpens In A New Window funds for projects dedicated to stormwater management, steam restoration, soil and water conservation on farms, and abandoned mine drainage (AMD) abatement. The NPS Management Program implements a watershed based strategy in locally sized watersheds throughout the commonwealth to provide wholistic solutions to surface water quality challenges.
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