This program funds zero-emission port equipment and technology and helps ports develop climate action plans to reduce air pollutants at U.S. ports. The webpage describes eligible funding recipients and uses and information on public engagement.
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This press release announces more than $315 million to expedite the assessment and cleanup of brownfield sites across the country. Funding will be provided through the Brownfields Multipurpose, Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund, and Cleanup Grant Program, Non-competitive Supplemental Funding Through the Existing Revolving Loan Fund Grant Program, and Brownfields Technical Assistance Providers and Research Grants.
This webpage provides project descriptions, eligibility requirements, and other applicant information for funding through the National Coastal Zone Management Program, National Estuarine Research Reserve System, and National Coastal Resilience Fund.
This webpage lists upcoming webinars and other engagement opportunities related to IRA and the Environmental and Climate Justice Block Grant Program.
This webpage offers resources for community water infrastructure grant recipients such as implementation guidance, lists of projects, and training recordings and webinars.
This webpage provides resources related to news, funding opportunities, demonstration and deployment, Community Benefits Plans, and upcoming events.
This webpage explains their role in implementing the $8.3 billion investment in water infrastructure and $2.5 billion for authorized water rights settlement projects included in BIL, and information on BIL funding distribution and timing, spend plans and announcements.
This webpage provides access to BIL spend plans for FFY 2022-2024, aging infrastructure reports, and transmittal letters from Congressional representatives.
This webpage describes infrastructure projects subject to worker protections through the Davis-Bacon Act and implications for contracting agencies, contractors, and workers.
This webpage highlights the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and provides a guidebook that breaks down programs, oversight agencies, and funding amounts in addition to visuals to demonstrate the types of infrastructure projects that will be invested in and to map progress.