RUS SWM Grant FY 2017

Funds may be used to:
Evaluate current landfill conditions to determine threats to water resources in rural areas; provide technical assistance and/or training to enhance operator skills in the maintenance and operation of active landfills in rural areas; provide technical assistance and/or training

credit:


to help associations reduce the solid waste stream; and provide technical assistance and/or training for operators of landfills in rural areas which are closed or will be closed in the near future with the development/implementation of closure plans, future land use plans, safety and maintenance planning, and closure scheduling within permit requirements.

Grant funds may not be used to:
Recruit preapplications/applications for any loan and/or grant program including RUS Water and Waste Disposal Loan and/or Grant Program; duplication of current services, replacement or substitution of support previously provided such as those performed by an association's consultant in developing a project; fund political activities; pay for capital assets, the purchase of real estate or vehicles, improve and renovate office space, or repair and maintain privately-owned property; pay for construction or operation and maintenance costs of water and waste facilities; and pay costs incurred prior to the effective date of grants made under 7 CFR 177 5.
Related Programs

Solid Waste Management Grants

Department of Agriculture


Agency: Utilities Programs

Office:

Estimated Funding: $4,000,000


Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Program Website address

Additional Information of Eligibility:
An organization is eligible to receive a SWM grant if it:a.

Is a private, non-profit organization that has tax-exempt status from the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS);b.

Is a Public body;c.

Is a federally acknowledged or State-recognized Native American tribe or group;d.

Is an Academic institution;e.

Is legally established and located within one of the following: a state within the United States; the District of Columbia; the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; a United States territory.

Has the legal capacity and authority to carry out the grant purpose;g.

Has a proven record of successfully providing technical assistance and/or training to rural areas;h.

Has capitalization acceptable to the Agency, and is composed of at least 51 percent of the outstanding interest or membership being citizens of the United States or individuals who reside in the United States after being legally admitted for permanent residence;i.

Has no delinquent debt to the Federal Government or no outstanding judgments to repay a Federal debt;j.

Demonstrates that it possesses the financial, technical, and managerial capability to comply with Federal and State laws and requirements.k.

Contracts with a nonaffiliated organization for not more than 49 percent of the grant to provide the proposed assistance.

Full Opportunity Web Address:


Contact:


Agency Email Description:


Agency Email:
lavonda.pernell@wdc.usda.gov

Date Posted:
2016-10-01

Application Due Date:
2016-12-31

Archive Date:
2017-01-30




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