The purpose of the P2 grant program is to give state programs the capability to assist businesses and industries in identifying better environmental strategies and solutions for complying with federal and state environmental regulations. It also aims to improve business competitiveness without increasing environmental impacts. The majority of PPIS grants fund state-based projects for technical assistance, training, outreach, education, regulatory integration, data collection, research, demonstration projects and recognition programs.
Includes information on how to apply for EPA grants and how to manage a grant; application and reporting forms which are writable and printable; and links to related resources and information. In addition, information is available regarding programs that provide financing to plan, build and protect drinking water, wastewater and other water quality-related infrastructure.
Information on preparing grant applications including EPA grant forms, a grant-writing tutorial, and links to various grant programs within Region 4.
The Request for Proposal Clearinghouse provides information on current and pending RFPs related to pollution prevention, as well as archives of past solicitations. Search the listings by keyword, or browse by subject area or geographic eligibility.
The EPA is one of 10 federal agencies that participate in the SBIR Program established by the Small Business Innovation Development Act of 1982. The purpose of this act was to strengthen the role of small businesses in federally funded research and development and help develop a stronger national base for technical innovation.