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(This is page 132 of Table 2) 162 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes South Brownfields Brown- Funding to support http://www.scdhec.gov/ Low interest loans Continuous Applicants must Catawba Carolina Revolving fields, brownfields cleanup environment/lwm/html/ be participating in Regional Loan Fund hazardous brownfields.htm Rates and loan South Carolina Council of waste Eligible applicants-- terms vary Brownfields/ Governments Local governments, http://www.catawbacog.org/ Voluntary is the fund businesses, and files/crdc/BCRLF_Flyer1d.pdf Cleanup Program manager for nonprofits, so long as the program they are not a Catawba Regional Council of responsible party Governments (803) 327-9041; email@example.com South State Historic Historic, Projects for planning http://shpo.sc.gov/grants/ Grants February 11-- Stabilization work Applications Carolina Preservation cultural and stabilization of preservationgrants/ Applications due must be currently Office resources historic properties, completed limited to Historic with stabilization according to CLGs due to Preservation limited to National Department of budgetary grants Register properties Interior standards constraints List of current CLGs available at listed URL South Dakota Department of Brown- Projects for assessment http://denr.sd.gov/des/gw/ Low interest loans Limited Environment fields, and cleanup of Brownfields/Brownfields.aspx information and Natural hazardous brownfield sites on state Resources waste Kim McIntosh: (605) 773- website. State (DENR) 3296; web page Brownfield firstname.lastname@example.org leads to EPA Revolving website Loan Fund South Dakota DENR Brown- Site assessment http://denr.sd.gov/des/gw/ Grants Additional Targeted fields, projects for sites where Brownfields/Targetd_ information Brownfields hazardous there is a release or Brownfields_Assessment.aspx available Assessment waste threat of release of a through Grants hazardous substance or Kim McIntosh: (605) 773- application a pollutant or 3296; documents, contaminant that may email@example.com but no link to present an imminent application is and substantial danger provided to public health Eligible applicants-- Cities, counties, and local development groups (Table 2 continued on the next page)
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(This is page 133 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes South Dakota DENR Petroleum Financial assistance for http://www.state.sd.us/drr2/reg Cost Continuous Must use certified Prior approval Petroleum releases cleanup of petroleum /prcf/index.htm reimbursement application professionals to of cleanup Release releases process oversee/accomplis action Cleanup Fund http://www.state.sd.us/drr2/reg Deductible-- h cleanup recommended, Eligible applicants-- /prcf/prcffaq.htm $10,000 Claim may be except in Owners of tanks at initiated by emergencies time of release Petroleum Release Maximum filing invoice for Compensation Fund (605) payout-- $1 expenses 773-3769 million per occurrence; $2 Program will million per owner initiate a claim per year process following report of release South Dakota DENR Clean Water Projects to eliminate or Section 319 Clean Water Act, Grants October 1-- Proposals must Priority for Water Act quality reduce nonpoint source Pub. L 92-500 Proposals due follow format projects that Section 319 pollution Local match--40% specified in U.S. address Grants http://denr.sd.gov/dfta/wp/319. January-- EPA Region 8 TMDLs Eligible applicants-- aspx Approval by guidance clustered in Government agencies, South Dakota close cities, counties and http://denr.sd.gov/dfta/wp/103 Board of Water Projects should be 19rfp.pdf proximity. tribal organizations and Natural completed within Link to South Pete Jahraus (605) 773-4254 Resources 3 years Dakota or firstname.lastname@example.org May--US EPA TMDL water approval bodies at second listed June--Project URL grants issued Link to Region 8 required format at second listed URL Instructions and sample application at first listed URL South Dakota DENR Clean Water Clean water and Administrative Rules of South Low interest loans Quarterly Project must be on Application Water State quality nonpoint source Dakota 74:05:08 applications with State Water Plan form at Revolving pollution control Interest rates: due dates on the and included in second listed http://denr.sd.gov/dfta/wwf/ 163 Funds projects cwsrf/cwsrfprogram.aspx following: state's Intended URL (Table 2 continued on the next page)