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Cities Encouraged to Apply for EPA Anaerobic Digestion Funding Opportunity

Applications are due July 14

May 27, 2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is seeking applications for projects that will help reduce food loss and waste and divert food waste from landfills by expanding anaerobic digester capacity. 
The EPA is anticipating awarding up to $3 million in funding to eligible grant recipients, and local governments are encouraged to apply. The League continues to support efforts that aid local governments in meeting the state’s ambitious recycling and waste diversion goals, such SB 1383 regulation implementation.
Eligible applications for these grant funds must address one of the following criteria to merit review:
  • Support state, tribal, and/or local government programs that seek to use anaerobic digesters to increase their organic waste diversion rates or support other sustainability goals
  • Demonstrate and/or implement solutions and/or approaches for increasing anaerobic digestion utilization that can be replicated by other communities, governments, or other entities
  • Establish new or expand existing partnerships (public/private partnerships) that result in development of anaerobic digester capacity 
To apply for this opportunity, search EPA-OLEM-ORCR-20-02 on Applications are due on July 14. More information on this funding opportunity can be found online.
There will be an informational webinar on June 2 from 10-11 a.m. The webinar will review the funding opportunity, key sections of the application, and the application process. Register now to participate in this webinar.

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