Category: Financial Assistance

Find out how your organization can qualify for financial assistance.

Assessment Grant Funding:
Underground Storage Tank Branch

Persons interested in having their property assessed using available petroleum brownfields grant monies will work with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to determine if their site is eligible for funding assistance. The following criteria will be used to determine site eligibility: the site is relatively low-risk; LUST-Trust funds are not currently being used; …

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Funding:
Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Program

Jump to … Funding the PST Fund Certificate of Compliance Join the PST Fund Accessing the PST Fund PST Fund Information Application for PST Fund Eligibility Work Plans Payment Voucher Comments or Questions Funding the PST Fund Sources of revenue for the PST Fund are petroleum storage tank fees, UST installation company permit fees, and …

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Petroleum Storage Tank Loan Program

Loans may be made from the Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund for upgrading, replacing, or permanently closing underground storage tanks (USTs). Loans can be made for a maximum of 80% of the cost of the work, up to $300,000 per facility or $100,000 per tank, if you have fewer than three tanks. The interest rate on …

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Chapter 7 – Conclusion:
Community’s Guide to the Utah Water Quality Project Assistance Program

The Water Pollution Control Loan Fund through the Water Quality Project Assistance Program (WQPAP) has offered financial, technical, and administrative assistance since 1989. Its success is a direct result of the efforts of communities, city officials, engineering firms and other federal, state and local agencies. The WQPAP has assisted many communities statewide in achieving improved …

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Water Quality Improvements:
Financial Assistance Programs

Eligibility Individuals, businesses, corporations, associations, private entity and government agencies are eligible for loans and grants. Purpose Financial Assistance is intended to be used for activities within watersheds that: address a critical water quality need; protect human health; improve environmental conditions that affect waters of the state; provide environmental education; provide incentives for project implementation; …

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Financial Assistance Programs:
Water Quality

Funding Types Funding Available for Water Quality and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects The Utah Division of Water Quality’s (DWQ) Clean Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program (SRF) on average, receives a combined $9 million dollars a year from State and Federal funding and, on average, an additional $15 million in funding each year from loan repayments. …

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Environmental Assurance Program

The purpose of the Environmental Assurance Program (EAP) is to ensure that Petroleum Storage Tanks (PSTs) are managed in accordance with federal and State laws and regulations. Leaking PSTs (LPSTs) can contaminate soil and groundwater, and groundwater accounts for about 96 percent of Utah’s drinking water. In addition, toxic and potentially explosive petroleum vapors can …

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State Revolving Fund (SRF): Drinking Water

Rule See Rule R309-700. State Drinking Water Project Revolving Loan Fund Program. Eligibility All political subdivisions of the State of Utah (e.g., cities, towns, districts, etc.) Available Financial Assistance Low-interest loans (typically below market rate, 20-40 years) and grants. To qualify for a grant, applicants must demonstrate that the estimated average water bill exceeds 1.75% …

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Federal State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program: Drinking Water

Background The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program was established by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Amendments of 1996. Congress appropriates funding for the DWSRF. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency then awards capitalization grants to states, which in turn may provide low-cost loans and other types of financial assistance to eligible public water …

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Drinking Water Construction Assistance Programs

The Division of Drinking Water (DDW) administers two financial assistance programs. Each program has its own unique set of criteria and requirements but utilizes a new combined application form. This version will allow data to be directly imported into the DDW database. Please fill out the application and Email it to the Division of Drinking …

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