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Fund Your Environmental Improvement Project: 

Grants and Rebates from DEP

If your environmental improvement project needs funding, DEP can help. We offer 31 grant and rebate programs to support a range of projects to improve or protect the water, land, and air in Pennsylvania.

Your scope may be your local community. It may be statewide. Your focus may be as broad as climate change or as specific as LED lighting installation. Your project might need a little funding, or a lot. Whatever your project parameters, one of our funding programs may be able to help. Over decades, DEP has supported many thousands of environmental projects across the state through widely recognized grant programs, such as Growing Greener, and also more specialized programs.

The majority of funding programs support projects by schools, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. We also have six programs that support businesses small and large, and for residents, the popular Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate supports the purchase of clean-energy cars and trucks. In addition, some programs give extra consideration to applicants in environmental justice areas. 

Projects funded by DEP grants Photos: Bennett Branch Watershed Association acid mine drainage cleanup project, Sinnemahoning Creek Bennett Branch, Growing Greener Grant recipient; Green Playces student ambassadors project, Pittsburgh, Environmental Education Grant recipient; City of Harrisburg electric car charging stations project, Driving PA Forward Grant recipient. Above: City of Altoona stormwater management project, Growing Greener Grant recipient.

Funding Programs

Programs accept applications at different times throughout the year. Most applications are submitted online through the Pennsylvania Electronic Single Application system.  Use this list to find information on application periods, eligibility, where to apply, and other details for all grant programs managed by the DEP Grants Office. For more general questions, call the Grants Office at (717) 705-5400.

Residents

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Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate—for clean energy vehicle choices

​DEP will offer an opportunity to Pennsylvania residents to apply for a rebate when they purchase a new alternative fuel vehicle (AFV). The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program was established under ACT 178 of 2004 to help reduce Pennsylvania's dependence on imported oil and to improve the environmental quality by using alternative fuels.  Rebate request must be submitted no later than six months after the vehicle is purchased. The rebate will be offered on a first come-first served basis if funding is available.

Eligible Applicants:   Pennsylvania Residents




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Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant—for clean energy vehicles and fueling infrastructure

DEP is offering grant funding for clean, alternative fuel projects in Pennsylvania and investment in Pennsylvania’s energy sector. DEP receives approximately $5 million in funding each year through the utilities gross receipts tax collected during each fiscal year to carry out the provisions of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Act. The primary goals of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) are to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and reduce consumption of imported oil through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will help the Commonwealth’s economy and environment.

Eligible Applicants: School Districts, Municipal Authorities, Political subdivisions, Incorporated nonprofit entities, Corporations, Limited liability companies or partnerships registered to do business in the Commonwealth.

Driving PA Forward—for clean energy transportation and fueling infrastructure to replace old diesel

Driving PA Forward – DC Fast Charging & Hydrogen Fueling Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding for new, publicly accessible DC Fast Charging and Hydrogen Fueling projects built in strategic locations in PA and designed to supply light duty vehicles. Grant funding is available for up to 80% of project costs, capped at $500,000 per award. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program

The Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the repower or replacement of diesel-powered: forklifts (with a lift capacity of greater than 8,000 pounds), Tier 0-2 airport ground support equipment, and port cargo handling equipment. Eligible vehicles must be scrapped and replaced with the same equipment in an all-electric form. Grant funding is available for up to 60% of project costs for government applicants and up to 40% for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Level 2 EV Charging Rebate

This program provides rebates for new Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging projects to be installed in public spaces, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates up to $5,000 per plug are available, though final rebate amount is based upon the project characteristics, cost, and location. The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements

Driving PA Forward – Marine and Rail Freight Movers Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding to (1) repower or replace diesel-powered, pre-Tier 4 freight switcher locomotives, that operate 1,000 hours or more per year, with any new EPA or CARB-certified diesel, alternative fuel, or all-electric engine, or (2) repower or upgrade unregulated, Tier 1 or Tier 2, diesel-powered marine engines in ferries or tugboats with an EPA Certified Remanufactured system or an EPA Verified Engine Upgrade. Grant funding is available for up to 60 percent of eligible project costs (up to 80 percent for electric projects), with no maximum dollar amount per awardThe program is part of the Driving PA Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Ocean Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program

The Ocean-Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the purchase and installation of eligible dock-mounted, containerized, or barge-mounted marine shore power systems at eligible ports in Pennsylvania. Grant funding is available for up to 75% of project costs for government applicants and up to 25% of project costs for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants: See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Onroad Rebate Program

This program provides rebates for Class 4-7 local freight trucks, drayage trucks, school buses and shuttle buses. Rebates vary based on vehicle type, fuel, type, and vehicle owner, though the final rebate amount is based upon actual project costs. Maximum rebates are determined by maximum dollar rebate per vehicle or engine, or percentage of total project costs, whichever is less.  Only one vehicle may be submitted per application.  The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.  

Environmental Education—for educational projects in climate change, environmental justice, water quality, and other areas

DEP’s Environmental Education Grants Program welcomes applications for the development of innovative formal and non-formal education projects that: 1) Address grant program priorities; 2) Provide opportunities to expand the public’s understanding of Pennsylvania’s environmental issues; and 3) Develop skills required to make informed decisions and take responsible action on behalf of the environment.

Eligible Applicants

(submissions by ineligible organizations will not be considered) 

  • Public schools and school districts (K-12) (includes Intermediate Units and Charter Schools)
  • Incorporated private schools (under limited circumstances, private religious schools may be exempted from the incorporation requirement)
  • Incorporated conservation and education organizations and institutions
  • Universities and colleges
  • County conservation districts
  • Incorporated nonprofit organizations
  • Businesses (must be registered to conduct business in Pennsylvania)
FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure Grant—for clean energy fueling infrastructure along major interstate routes

The FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure grant program offers approximately $1 million in grants from the AFIG program to support the installation of publicly accessible alternative fuel infrastructure projects in major transportation corridors designated as “Signage Ready” or “Signage Pending” by the Federal Highway Administration’s Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. Examples of eligible projects include electric vehicle charging stations, compressed natural gas refueling stations and propane refueling stations. All projects must be fully accessible to the public and be located within the designated alternative fuel corridors of I- I-76, I-276, I-376, I-476, I-70, I-79, I-90, I-95, I-80, I-78, I-81, -83, I-84, and US-30. Individual project awards will provide up to a fifty (50) percent reimbursement and be capped at $500,000.

Eligible Applicants: Pennsylvania municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations, and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth.

Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant—for reducing diesel emissions from vehicles

The Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant Program funds projects that improve Pennsylvania’s air quality by decreasing emissions from diesel-powered highway and non-road vehicles and equipment. The program will support projects reduce diesel related emissions by replacing, re-powering, or retrofitting diesel powered vehicles and equipment.

Eligible Applicants:  organizations that operate diesel-powered fleets throughout Pennsylvania.

Small Business Advantage Grant—for energy efficiency, pollution prevention, or natural resource protection efforts

The Small Business Advantage Grant program provides assistance to small businesses (100 or fewer employees) to undertake energy efficiency, pollution prevention or natural resource protection projects designed to enhance a small business's competitiveness while simultaneously improving the environment for Pennsylvania residents. The program offers small businesses a 50 percent matching, reimbursement grant of up to $7,000, depending on the type of project.

Eligible Applicants:  PA Small Businesses


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319 Nonpoint Source Grant—for carrying out Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans

The Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management grant funds are provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and authorized through Section 319(h) of the federal Water Pollution Control Act. The program’s primary purpose is to implement Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans.  Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage (AMD), urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. Pennsylvania’s Nonpoint Source Management Program established an overall strategy to implement watershed restoration and protection activities.

Eligible Applicants: 

  • Incorporated watershed association
  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of government
  • Non-profit organization
  • Educational institution
  • Municipal authority
Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant—for clean energy vehicles and fueling infrastructure

DEP is offering grant funding for clean, alternative fuel projects in Pennsylvania and investment in Pennsylvania’s energy sector. DEP receives approximately $5 million in funding each year through the utilities gross receipts tax collected during each fiscal year to carry out the provisions of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Act. The primary goals of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) are to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and reduce consumption of imported oil through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will help the Commonwealth’s economy and environment.

Eligible Applicants: School Districts, Municipal Authorities, Political subdivisions, Incorporated nonprofit entities, Corporations, Limited liability companies or partnerships registered to do business in the Commonwealth.

AMD Set Aside Grant—for removing or treating acid mine drainage in watersheds under a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan

Projects eligible for grants under the AMD Set Aside grant program must be in watersheds covered by a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan (QHUP, formerly Hydrologic Unit Plan) or in areas where a QHUP is being developed as defined by the federal SMCRA under the 2006 reauthorization.  The primary focus of the grants is abatement of AMD and/or treatment of AMD through treatment facility system construction. Grants may also be awarded for the design of treatment systems, or the operation and maintenance of existing passive and active treatment systems. Priority will be given to projects supportive of goals established in the appropriate QHU.

Eligible Applicants:   

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Coastal Zone Grant—for protecting water quality and shorelines in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone

The Coastal Zone Management Grant Program provides funding to implement its policies and focus areas in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone, including hazards, wetlands, public access, intergovernmental coordination, ocean resources, and nonpoint pollution. Typical projects funded through grant awards range from studies, planning, design, and research to land acquisition and minor construction projects. Activities must take place within the Coastal Zone boundaries of Pennsylvania.

Eligible Applicants:

  • Local Governments, Counties and Municipalities
  • Area-wide agencies – county and regional planning agencies
  • Incorporated non-profits
  • Educational Institutions – School Districts, Intermediate Units, Universities and Colleges
  • Incorporated Conservation and Educational Organizations
  • State Agencies
  • Conservation Districts, Port Authorities and Public Authorities
Driving PA Forward—for clean energy transportation and fueling infrastructure to replace old diesel

Driving PA Forward – DC Fast Charging & Hydrogen Fueling Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding for new, publicly accessible DC Fast Charging and Hydrogen Fueling projects built in strategic locations in PA and designed to supply light duty vehicles. Grant funding is available for up to 80% of project costs, capped at $500,000 per award. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program

The Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the repower or replacement of diesel-powered: forklifts (with a lift capacity of greater than 8,000 pounds), Tier 0-2 airport ground support equipment, and port cargo handling equipment. Eligible vehicles must be scrapped and replaced with the same equipment in an all-electric form. Grant funding is available for up to 60% of project costs for government applicants and up to 40% for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Level 2 EV Charging Rebate

This program provides rebates for new Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging projects to be installed in public spaces, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates up to $5,000 per plug are available, though final rebate amount is based upon the project characteristics, cost, and location. The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements

Driving PA Forward – Marine and Rail Freight Movers Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding to (1) repower or replace diesel-powered, pre-Tier 4 freight switcher locomotives, that operate 1,000 hours or more per year, with any new EPA or CARB-certified diesel, alternative fuel, or all-electric engine, or (2) repower or upgrade unregulated, Tier 1 or Tier 2, diesel-powered marine engines in ferries or tugboats with an EPA Certified Remanufactured system or an EPA Verified Engine Upgrade. Grant funding is available for up to 60 percent of eligible project costs (up to 80 percent for electric projects), with no maximum dollar amount per awardThe program is part of the Driving PA Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Ocean Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program

The Ocean-Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the purchase and installation of eligible dock-mounted, containerized, or barge-mounted marine shore power systems at eligible ports in Pennsylvania. Grant funding is available for up to 75% of project costs for government applicants and up to 25% of project costs for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants: See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Onroad Rebate Program

This program provides rebates for Class 4-7 local freight trucks, drayage trucks, school buses and shuttle buses. Rebates vary based on vehicle type, fuel, type, and vehicle owner, though the final rebate amount is based upon actual project costs. Maximum rebates are determined by maximum dollar rebate per vehicle or engine, or percentage of total project costs, whichever is less.  Only one vehicle may be submitted per application.  The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.  

Environmental Education—for educational projects in climate change, environmental justice, water quality, and other areas

DEP’s Environmental Education Grants Program welcomes applications for the development of innovative formal and non-formal education projects that: 1) Address grant program priorities; 2) Provide opportunities to expand the public’s understanding of Pennsylvania’s environmental issues; and 3) Develop skills required to make informed decisions and take responsible action on behalf of the environment.

Eligible Applicants

(submissions by ineligible organizations will not be considered) 

  • Public schools and school districts (K-12) (includes Intermediate Units and Charter Schools)
  • Incorporated private schools (under limited circumstances, private religious schools may be exempted from the incorporation requirement)
  • Incorporated conservation and education organizations and institutions
  • Universities and colleges
  • County conservation districts
  • Incorporated nonprofit organizations
  • Businesses (must be registered to conduct business in Pennsylvania)
Growing Greener—for reducing nonpoint source (runoff) water pollution

Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage, urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. The purpose of the Growing Greener program is to address nonpoint source pollution through local, watershed-based planning, restoration and protection efforts for projects funded by Watershed Planning, Restoration and Protection grants. 

Eligible Applicants:  Incorporated watershed association; county or municipality; county conservation district; council of governments; educational institution; municipal authority; or other authorized organizations (see guidance document).

Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant—for reducing diesel emissions from vehicles

The Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant Program funds projects that improve Pennsylvania’s air quality by decreasing emissions from diesel-powered highway and non-road vehicles and equipment. The program will support projects reduce diesel related emissions by replacing, re-powering, or retrofitting diesel powered vehicles and equipment.

Eligible Applicants:  organizations that operate diesel-powered fleets throughout Pennsylvania.

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act grants—for treatment of specific types of acid mine drainage sites or land reclamation projects

The primary focus of these grant categories is the design, construction and/or rehabilitation of treatment facilities on ABS Legacy AMD discharge sites, but grants may also be awarded for ABS bond forfeited land reclamation projects. Projects most likely to significantly address the impacts of AMD discharges in a cost-effective way will receive preference for funding.

Eligible applicants:

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Water Quality Improvement Projects Along the Mariner East 2 Pipeline—for reducing pollution and improving and protecting water quality in the 85 municipalities along the pipeline

​The Department of Environmental Protection announced the availability of grant funding for projects that reduce or minimize pollution, improve water quality and protect clean water in the 85 municipalities along the length of the MEII pipeline. Proposed projects must be physically located within one or more of the 85 municipalities, although applicants may be from outside of the municipal boundaries. Projects that provide direct and significant benefits to water quality and local communities will be prioritized for funding. 


Nonprofit Organizations

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319 Nonpoint Source Grant—for carrying out Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans

The Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management grant funds are provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and authorized through Section 319(h) of the federal Water Pollution Control Act. The program’s primary purpose is to implement Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans.  Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage (AMD), urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. Pennsylvania’s Nonpoint Source Management Program established an overall strategy to implement watershed restoration and protection activities.

Eligible Applicants: 

  • Incorporated watershed association
  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of government
  • Non-profit organization
  • Educational institution
  • Municipal authority
Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant—for clean energy vehicles and fueling infrastructure

DEP is offering grant funding for clean, alternative fuel projects in Pennsylvania and investment in Pennsylvania’s energy sector. DEP receives approximately $5 million in funding each year through the utilities gross receipts tax collected during each fiscal year to carry out the provisions of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Act. The primary goals of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) are to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and reduce consumption of imported oil through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will help the Commonwealth’s economy and environment.

Eligible Applicants: School Districts, Municipal Authorities, Political subdivisions, Incorporated nonprofit entities, Corporations, Limited liability companies or partnerships registered to do business in the Commonwealth.

AMD Set Aside Grant—for removing or treating acid mine drainage in watersheds under a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan

Projects eligible for grants under the AMD Set Aside grant program must be in watersheds covered by a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan (QHUP, formerly Hydrologic Unit Plan) or in areas where a QHUP is being developed as defined by the federal SMCRA under the 2006 reauthorization.  The primary focus of the grants is abatement of AMD and/or treatment of AMD through treatment facility system construction. Grants may also be awarded for the design of treatment systems, or the operation and maintenance of existing passive and active treatment systems. Priority will be given to projects supportive of goals established in the appropriate QHU.

Eligible Applicants:   

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Coastal Zone Grant—for protecting water quality and shorelines in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone

The Coastal Zone Management Grant Program provides funding to implement its policies and focus areas in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone, including hazards, wetlands, public access, intergovernmental coordination, ocean resources, and nonpoint pollution. Typical projects funded through grant awards range from studies, planning, design, and research to land acquisition and minor construction projects. Activities must take place within the Coastal Zone boundaries of Pennsylvania.

Eligible Applicants:

  • Local Governments, Counties and Municipalities
  • Area-wide agencies – county and regional planning agencies
  • Incorporated non-profits
  • Educational Institutions – School Districts, Intermediate Units, Universities and Colleges
  • Incorporated Conservation and Educational Organizations
  • State Agencies
  • Conservation Districts, Port Authorities and Public Authorities
Driving PA Forward—for clean energy transportation and fueling infrastructure to replace old diesel

Driving PA Forward – DC Fast Charging & Hydrogen Fueling Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding for new, publicly accessible DC Fast Charging and Hydrogen Fueling projects built in strategic locations in PA and designed to supply light duty vehicles. Grant funding is available for up to 80% of project costs, capped at $500,000 per award. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program

The Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the repower or replacement of diesel-powered: forklifts (with a lift capacity of greater than 8,000 pounds), Tier 0-2 airport ground support equipment, and port cargo handling equipment. Eligible vehicles must be scrapped and replaced with the same equipment in an all-electric form. Grant funding is available for up to 60% of project costs for government applicants and up to 40% for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Level 2 EV Charging Rebate

This program provides rebates for new Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging projects to be installed in public spaces, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates up to $5,000 per plug are available, though final rebate amount is based upon the project characteristics, cost, and location. The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements

Driving PA Forward – Marine and Rail Freight Movers Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding to (1) repower or replace diesel-powered, pre-Tier 4 freight switcher locomotives, that operate 1,000 hours or more per year, with any new EPA or CARB-certified diesel, alternative fuel, or all-electric engine, or (2) repower or upgrade unregulated, Tier 1 or Tier 2, diesel-powered marine engines in ferries or tugboats with an EPA Certified Remanufactured system or an EPA Verified Engine Upgrade. Grant funding is available for up to 60 percent of eligible project costs (up to 80 percent for electric projects), with no maximum dollar amount per awardThe program is part of the Driving PA Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Ocean Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program

The Ocean-Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the purchase and installation of eligible dock-mounted, containerized, or barge-mounted marine shore power systems at eligible ports in Pennsylvania. Grant funding is available for up to 75% of project costs for government applicants and up to 25% of project costs for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants: See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Onroad Rebate Program

This program provides rebates for Class 4-7 local freight trucks, drayage trucks, school buses and shuttle buses. Rebates vary based on vehicle type, fuel, type, and vehicle owner, though the final rebate amount is based upon actual project costs. Maximum rebates are determined by maximum dollar rebate per vehicle or engine, or percentage of total project costs, whichever is less.  Only one vehicle may be submitted per application.  The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.  

Environmental Education—for educational projects in climate change, environmental justice, water quality, and other areas

DEP’s Environmental Education Grants Program welcomes applications for the development of innovative formal and non-formal education projects that: 1) Address grant program priorities; 2) Provide opportunities to expand the public’s understanding of Pennsylvania’s environmental issues; and 3) Develop skills required to make informed decisions and take responsible action on behalf of the environment.

Eligible Applicants

(submissions by ineligible organizations will not be considered) 

  • Public schools and school districts (K-12) (includes Intermediate Units and Charter Schools)
  • Incorporated private schools (under limited circumstances, private religious schools may be exempted from the incorporation requirement)
  • Incorporated conservation and education organizations and institutions
  • Universities and colleges
  • County conservation districts
  • Incorporated nonprofit organizations
  • Businesses (must be registered to conduct business in Pennsylvania)
FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure Grant—for clean energy fueling infrastructure along major interstate routes

The FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure grant program offers approximately $1 million in grants from the AFIG program to support the installation of publicly accessible alternative fuel infrastructure projects in major transportation corridors designated as “Signage Ready” or “Signage Pending” by the Federal Highway Administration’s Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. Examples of eligible projects include electric vehicle charging stations, compressed natural gas refueling stations and propane refueling stations. All projects must be fully accessible to the public and be located within the designated alternative fuel corridors of I- I-76, I-276, I-376, I-476, I-70, I-79, I-90, I-95, I-80, I-78, I-81, -83, I-84, and US-30. Individual project awards will provide up to a fifty (50) percent reimbursement and be capped at $500,000.

Eligible Applicants: Pennsylvania municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations, and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth.

Food Recovery Infrastructure Grant—for reducing the amount of fresh and processed foodstuffs entering landfills

The intent of the Food Recovery Infrastructure grant program is to reduce, to the greatest extent practicable, the amount of fresh and processed foodstuffs currently entering Pennsylvania’s waste stream. Not-for-profit agencies operating programs in the Commonwealth that provide food to segments of the public will be supported in partnering with retailers/wholesalers of foodstuffs operating in the Commonwealth to capture Apparently safe and wholesome foods before these items become waste, which can then be made available by these agencies to the public they serve.

Entities applying for support under this grant program must demonstrate the following:

  • The organization’s not-for profit status
  • The financial stability of the organization
  • The experience of the organization in operating a food distribution program
  • The potential sources for foodstuffs under this proposed program; and
  • The ability to operate the expanded/enhanced program for the length of the grant demonstration period
Growing Greener—for reducing nonpoint source (runoff) water pollution

Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage, urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. The purpose of the Growing Greener program is to address nonpoint source pollution through local, watershed-based planning, restoration and protection efforts for projects funded by Watershed Planning, Restoration and Protection grants. 

Eligible Applicants:  Incorporated watershed association; county or municipality; county conservation district; council of governments; educational institution; municipal authority; or other authorized organizations (see guidance document).

Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant—for reducing diesel emissions from vehicles

The Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant Program funds projects that improve Pennsylvania’s air quality by decreasing emissions from diesel-powered highway and non-road vehicles and equipment. The program will support projects reduce diesel related emissions by replacing, re-powering, or retrofitting diesel powered vehicles and equipment.

Eligible Applicants:  organizations that operate diesel-powered fleets throughout Pennsylvania.

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act grants—for treatment of specific types of acid mine drainage sites or land reclamation projects

The primary focus of these grant categories is the design, construction and/or rehabilitation of treatment facilities on ABS Legacy AMD discharge sites, but grants may also be awarded for ABS bond forfeited land reclamation projects. Projects most likely to significantly address the impacts of AMD discharges in a cost-effective way will receive preference for funding.

Eligible applicants:

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Water Quality Improvement Projects Along the Mariner East 2 Pipeline—for reducing pollution and improving and protecting water quality in the 85 municipalities along the pipeline

​The Department of Environmental Protection announced the availability of grant funding for projects that reduce or minimize pollution, improve water quality and protect clean water in the 85 municipalities along the length of the MEII pipeline. Proposed projects must be physically located within one or more of the 85 municipalities, although applicants may be from outside of the municipal boundaries. Projects that provide direct and significant benefits to water quality and local communities will be prioritized for funding. 


Local and State Governments

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319 Nonpoint Source Grant—for carrying out Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans

The Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management grant funds are provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and authorized through Section 319(h) of the federal Water Pollution Control Act. The program’s primary purpose is to implement Section 319 Program Watershed Implementation Plans.  Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage (AMD), urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. Pennsylvania’s Nonpoint Source Management Program established an overall strategy to implement watershed restoration and protection activities.

Eligible Applicants: 

  • Incorporated watershed association
  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of government
  • Non-profit organization
  • Educational institution
  • Municipal authority
901 Municipal Waste HHW Grant—for county governments to prepare municipal waste management plans

The Section 901 grants are available to all Pennsylvania counties for the cost of preparing municipal waste management plans; the cost of carrying out related studies, surveys, investigations, inquiries, research and analyses; Environmental mediation; feasibility studies and project development for municipal waste processing, disposal or composting facilities, except for facilities for the combustion of municipal waste that are not proposed to be operated for the recovery of energy; educational programs or pollution prevention, other technical assistance to small business for pollution prevention and educational programs on household hazardous waste. The grant to a county cannot exceed 80% of the approved project costs. A county may request up to $75,000 every two years for costs associated with HHW educational programs. HHW educational costs incurred on January 1, 2016 or beyond will be eligible for grant funding. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year. Prior to applying, the applicant must meet with the appropriate DEP Regional Planning and Recycling Coordinator to discuss the proposed project and the grant requirements.  

Eligible Applicants: Pennsylvania Counties - the Applicant must be the governing body of the county. Authorities and other associated bodies are not eligible to apply.

901 Municipal Waste Planning Grant—for county governments to prepare municipal waste management plans

​The Section 901 grants are available to all Pennsylvania counties for the cost of preparing municipal waste management plans; the cost of carrying out related studies, surveys, investigations, inquiries, research and analyses; Environmental mediation; feasibility studies and project development for municipal waste processing, disposal or composting facilities, except for facilities for the combustion of municipal waste that are not proposed to be operated for the recovery of energy; educational programs or pollution prevention, other technical assistance to small business for pollution prevention and educational programs on household hazardous waste. A county may not request nor receive more than $75,000 per calendar year for planning nor exceed more than 80% of approved project costs. Applications may be submitted at any time during the year. Prior to applying, the applicant must meet with the appropriate DEP Regional Planning and Recycling Coordinator to discuss the proposed project and the grant requirements. 

Eligible Applicants: Pennsylvania Counties - the Applicant must be the governing body of the county. Authorities and other associated bodies are not eligible to apply.

902 Recycling Program Development and Implementation Grant—for county and municipal recycling program expenses

The Act 101, Section 902, Recycling Program Development and Implementation Grants reimburse counties and municipalities 90 percent of eligible recycling program development and implementation expenses. Pre-application conferences with Regional Recycling Program Contacts are required.  

Eligible Applicants:  Municipalities and Counties in Pennsylvania

903 County Recycling Coordinator Grant—for county recycling coordinator positions

​The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) awards Section 903 grant funds to eligible counties of Pennsylvania for 50 percent reimbursement of the approved cost of their county recycling coordinator’s salary and expenses. The grants are authorized under Section 903 of the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act (Act 101 of 1988, P.L. 556). 

Eligible Applicants:  Pennsylvania Counties

904 Municipal Recycling Grant—for developing and implementing municipal and county recycling programs

The Municipal Recycling Program Grants were developed to assist municipalities and counties for developing and implementing recycling programs. Recycling is mandated in municipalities with more than 10,000 residents and those with populations between 5,000 and 10,000 that have population densities greater than 300 people per square mile. Who is eligible: Through the grant program, municipalities and counties in Pennsylvania are eligible for up to 90 percent funding of approved recycling program costs. Municipalities that are designated financially distressed under the Financial Distressed Communities Act are eligible to receive funding for an additional 10 percent of approved costs. 

Eligible Applicants:  Municipalities and Counties in Pennsylvania

Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant—for clean energy vehicles and fueling infrastructure

DEP is offering grant funding for clean, alternative fuel projects in Pennsylvania and investment in Pennsylvania’s energy sector. DEP receives approximately $5 million in funding each year through the utilities gross receipts tax collected during each fiscal year to carry out the provisions of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Act. The primary goals of the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) are to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and reduce consumption of imported oil through the use of homegrown alternative fuels that will help the Commonwealth’s economy and environment.

Eligible Applicants: School Districts, Municipal Authorities, Political subdivisions, Incorporated nonprofit entities, Corporations, Limited liability companies or partnerships registered to do business in the Commonwealth.

AMD Set Aside Grant—for removing or treating acid mine drainage in watersheds under a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan

Projects eligible for grants under the AMD Set Aside grant program must be in watersheds covered by a Qualified Hydrologic Unit Plan (QHUP, formerly Hydrologic Unit Plan) or in areas where a QHUP is being developed as defined by the federal SMCRA under the 2006 reauthorization.  The primary focus of the grants is abatement of AMD and/or treatment of AMD through treatment facility system construction. Grants may also be awarded for the design of treatment systems, or the operation and maintenance of existing passive and active treatment systems. Priority will be given to projects supportive of goals established in the appropriate QHU.

Eligible Applicants:   

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Chesapeake Bay Countywide Action Plan Implementation Grant—for developing and carrying out county-level plans to reduce nutrient and sediment water pollution as part of the Phase 3 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan

DEP is offering funding for coordination and implementation of Countywide Action Plans developed at the county level to achieve specified nutrient and sediment reduction goals established as part of Pennsylvania’s Phase 3 Watershed Implementation Plan.

Eligible Applicants:  Counties who are or have developed CAPs as part of PA’s Phase 3 WIP.

Coastal Zone Grant—for protecting water quality and shorelines in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone

The Coastal Zone Management Grant Program provides funding to implement its policies and focus areas in the Delaware Estuary and Lake Erie Coastal Zone, including hazards, wetlands, public access, intergovernmental coordination, ocean resources, and nonpoint pollution. Typical projects funded through grant awards range from studies, planning, design, and research to land acquisition and minor construction projects. Activities must take place within the Coastal Zone boundaries of Pennsylvania.

Eligible Applicants:

  • Local Governments, Counties and Municipalities
  • Area-wide agencies – county and regional planning agencies
  • Incorporated non-profits
  • Educational Institutions – School Districts, Intermediate Units, Universities and Colleges
  • Incorporated Conservation and Educational Organizations
  • State Agencies
  • Conservation Districts, Port Authorities and Public Authorities
Conservation District Watershed Specialist Grant—for County Conservation District watershed specialist staff positions

This grant is to assist in funding County Conservation District Watershed Specialist positions. These positions will be employees of the County Conservation Districts. The purpose of the Watershed Specialist position is to restore and protect watersheds and foster environmental stewardship. Funds will provide a maximum of 80% for the cost associated with this position based on availability of funds. 

Eligible Applicants: County Conservation Districts

Driving PA Forward—for clean energy transportation and fueling infrastructure to replace old diesel

Driving PA Forward – DC Fast Charging & Hydrogen Fueling Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding for new, publicly accessible DC Fast Charging and Hydrogen Fueling projects built in strategic locations in PA and designed to supply light duty vehicles. Grant funding is available for up to 80% of project costs, capped at $500,000 per award. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program

The Electric Cargo Handling Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the repower or replacement of diesel-powered: forklifts (with a lift capacity of greater than 8,000 pounds), Tier 0-2 airport ground support equipment, and port cargo handling equipment. Eligible vehicles must be scrapped and replaced with the same equipment in an all-electric form. Grant funding is available for up to 60% of project costs for government applicants and up to 40% for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Level 2 EV Charging Rebate

This program provides rebates for new Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging projects to be installed in public spaces, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates up to $5,000 per plug are available, though final rebate amount is based upon the project characteristics, cost, and location. The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements

Driving PA Forward – Marine and Rail Freight Movers Grant Program

This is a competitive grant program that provides funding to (1) repower or replace diesel-powered, pre-Tier 4 freight switcher locomotives, that operate 1,000 hours or more per year, with any new EPA or CARB-certified diesel, alternative fuel, or all-electric engine, or (2) repower or upgrade unregulated, Tier 1 or Tier 2, diesel-powered marine engines in ferries or tugboats with an EPA Certified Remanufactured system or an EPA Verified Engine Upgrade. Grant funding is available for up to 60 percent of eligible project costs (up to 80 percent for electric projects), with no maximum dollar amount per awardThe program is part of the Driving PA Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Ocean Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program

The Ocean-Going Vessel Shorepower Grant Program is a competitive grant program that provides funding for the purchase and installation of eligible dock-mounted, containerized, or barge-mounted marine shore power systems at eligible ports in Pennsylvania. Grant funding is available for up to 75% of project costs for government applicants and up to 25% of project costs for non-government applicants. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants: See program requirements.

Driving PA Forward – Onroad Rebate Program

This program provides rebates for Class 4-7 local freight trucks, drayage trucks, school buses and shuttle buses. Rebates vary based on vehicle type, fuel, type, and vehicle owner, though the final rebate amount is based upon actual project costs. Maximum rebates are determined by maximum dollar rebate per vehicle or engine, or percentage of total project costs, whichever is less.  Only one vehicle may be submitted per application.  The application period is rolling and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants are issued a 180-day voucher, which can be redeemed for the approved rebate amount upon successful completion of the project and submittal of required documentation. This program is part of the Driving Pennsylvania Forward suite of financial incentive programs utilizing funds from the VW settlement to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality.

Eligible Applicants:  See program requirements.  

FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure Grant—for clean energy fueling infrastructure along major interstate routes

The FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure grant program offers approximately $1 million in grants from the AFIG program to support the installation of publicly accessible alternative fuel infrastructure projects in major transportation corridors designated as “Signage Ready” or “Signage Pending” by the Federal Highway Administration’s Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. Examples of eligible projects include electric vehicle charging stations, compressed natural gas refueling stations and propane refueling stations. All projects must be fully accessible to the public and be located within the designated alternative fuel corridors of I- I-76, I-276, I-376, I-476, I-70, I-79, I-90, I-95, I-80, I-78, I-81, -83, I-84, and US-30. Individual project awards will provide up to a fifty (50) percent reimbursement and be capped at $500,000.

Eligible Applicants: Pennsylvania municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations, and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth.

Growing Greener—for reducing nonpoint source (runoff) water pollution

Ninety-six percent of water-quality-impaired watersheds in Pennsylvania are polluted because of nonpoint source pollution, such as abandoned mine drainage, urban and agricultural runoff, atmospheric deposition, on-lot sewage systems, earthmoving, stream hydromodification and timber harvesting. The purpose of the Growing Greener program is to address nonpoint source pollution through local, watershed-based planning, restoration and protection efforts for projects funded by Watershed Planning, Restoration and Protection grants. 

Eligible Applicants:  Incorporated watershed association; county or municipality; county conservation district; council of governments; educational institution; municipal authority; or other authorized organizations (see guidance document).

Host Municipality Independent Review of Permit Applications—for review of permit applications for new or expansion of municipal landfills or resource recovery facilities

Grants are available to municipalities that have a municipal waste landfill, resource recovery facility, or commercial hazardous waste storage, treatment, or disposal facility located within its geographic borders. Municipalities are eligible for reimbursement of up to 50% of the authorized employment costs and expenses incurred in a calendar year from employing up to two Certified Host Municipality Inspectors.

Eligible Applicants:  Municipalities

Host Municipality Independent Review of Permit Application/Siting Plan Grants—for independent inspectors to review permit applications for commercial hazardous waste disposal facilities

Grants are available to host municipality and host county inspectors for the independent review of permit applications for commercial hazardous waste disposal facilities. The grants come as reimbursements of up to $50,000 for qualifying reviews.

Eligible Applicants:  Host municipalities/counties within Pennsylvania.

Host Municipality Inspector Program—for municipal inspectors of municipal waste landfills, resource recovery facilities, or commercial hazardous waste storage, treatment, or disposal facilities

​Grants are available to municipalities for assistance with independent review of permit applications for new municipal waste landfills or resource recovery facility, or expansion of an existing facility.  The grants come as reimbursements of up to $10,000 for qualifying reviews.

Eligible Applicants:  Host municipalities/counties within Pennsylvania.

Household Hazardous Waste Program Reimbursement Grant—for hazardous waste collection programs

Under the PA Household and Small Business Pollution Prevention Act, the Department of Environmental Protection offers 50 percent reimbursement collection program grants to municipalities and non-profits.

Eligible Applicants:  Municipalities and non-profit organizations

Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant—for reducing diesel emissions from vehicles

The Pennsylvania State Clean Diesel Grant Program funds projects that improve Pennsylvania’s air quality by decreasing emissions from diesel-powered highway and non-road vehicles and equipment. The program will support projects reduce diesel related emissions by replacing, re-powering, or retrofitting diesel powered vehicles and equipment.

Eligible Applicants:  organizations that operate diesel-powered fleets throughout Pennsylvania.

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act grants—for treatment of specific types of acid mine drainage sites or land reclamation projects

The primary focus of these grant categories is the design, construction and/or rehabilitation of treatment facilities on ABS Legacy AMD discharge sites, but grants may also be awarded for ABS bond forfeited land reclamation projects. Projects most likely to significantly address the impacts of AMD discharges in a cost-effective way will receive preference for funding.

Eligible applicants:

  • County or municipality
  • County conservation district
  • Council of governments
  • Municipal authority
  • School district
  • Other appropriate incorporated nonprofit organizations
Water Quality Improvement Projects Along the Mariner East 2 Pipeline—for reducing pollution and improving and protecting water quality in the 85 municipalities along the pipeline

​The Department of Environmental Protection announced the availability of grant funding for projects that reduce or minimize pollution, improve water quality and protect clean water in the 85 municipalities along the length of the MEII pipeline. Proposed projects must be physically located within one or more of the 85 municipalities, although applicants may be from outside of the municipal boundaries. Projects that provide direct and significant benefits to water quality and local communities will be prioritized for funding. 

Mosquito Disease Control—for county mosquito control activities

This program exclusively funds Pennsylvania counties for mosquito control activities to reduce the risk of transmission from mosquito-borne disease (West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, etc.). Applicants are required to execute a contract with DEP and comply with appropriate commonwealth requirements for the reimbursement funding. This includes appropriate surveillance and control activities as recommended by DEP, data reporting, submission of quarterly invoices and additional information as requested.

Eligible Applicants:  Approved Counties


Programs Accepting Applications Now

As of June 25, 2020, the following grant and rebate programs are open for applications:

​Program
Deadline
​904 Recycling Performance Grants
​December 30, 2020
​Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebates
​Open as funding permits
​Open as funding permits
901 County Planning Grants/HHW
​Open year round
​Host Municipality Review of Permit Applications Grants
​Open year round
​Host Municipality Siting Review Grants
​Open year round
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Grants
​Open year round

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