Site Cleanup Subaccount Program
The Site Cleanup Subaccount Program (SCAP) is a non‐competitive funding program established by Health & Safety Code Section 25299.50.6 in 2014. It allows the State Water Resources Control Board to issue grants for reasonable and necessary costs associated with projects that remediate the harm or threat of harm to human health, safety, or the environment caused by existing or threatened surface or groundwater contamination.
SCOPE: Grants to remediate the harm or threat of harm from surface or groundwater contamination by human-made contaminants. ELIGIBILITY: A regulatory agency has issued a directive (unless this is infeasible); and the responsible party lacks financial resources needed to comply with the directive. PRIORITIES: Significant threat to human health or the environment; small or disadvantaged community impact; lack of other sources of funds; cost and environmental benefit of project; other considerations. LIMITS ON APPLICATION SUBMISSION: One applicant per site. APPLICATION PROCESS: Accepted continuously online, through FAAST. PAST GRANT AMOUNTS: Range from $95,000 to $3,400,000. NUMBER OF AWARDS AS OF JUNE 2020: 75 KEYWORDS: Site cleanup, remediation, site investigation, groundwater, vapor intrusion
- Public Agency
Applicants must document financial need.
Matching Funding Requirement:
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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