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The Resource Protection Section actively pursues supplemental funding for projects to address issues of concern. This funding typically comes from Federal Agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), United States Geological Survey (USGS) or the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). While these
The purpose of these guidelines is to define procedures relating to the Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF, also referred to as “Fund,” or “program”). The goal in establishing these guidelines is to provide a streamlined procedure for administering and distributing program funds. These guidelines provide rules of practice and procedures for grant
This is a collection of questions and answers about the Delaware Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). If you have questions on program eligibility, the application process or need help completing the application, please email EEIF.Grants@nv5.com or call 802-482-5645. Please refer to the program guidelines for more details for the specific pathway requirements and full
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) administers Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF) grants to support non-residential facilities in replacing aging and inefficient equipment and systems with energy efficient alternatives.
Application Assistance 802-482-5645 All Other Questions 302-735-3480
This page lists contractors who are available and qualified to develop and complete projects funded under the Delaware Energy Efficiency Investment Fund (EEIF). To be considered as a participating contractor, firms must complete an application listing their areas of expertise and documenting their Delaware and professional licensing and insurance. Applications must be
Funding for tree-plantings is available from a variety of sources for private residences and landowners, communities and homeowners associations, non-governmental organizations, parks, schools, municipalities, counties and state agencies. Private Residences and Landowners Clean Water Act 319 Grants from the
The DNREC Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy will conduct a public hearing on grid resilience formula grant funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
The DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation is preparing to update Delaware’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. The plan, known as the SCORP, tracks the state’s recreation inventory, identifies needs for infrastructure and programs and guides public and private planning and investment to meet those needs. Public outdoor
DNREC will hold a virtual public workshop to announce the availability of Community Environmental Project Fund (CEPF) grants for the 2023 grant cycle.
The Resource Protection Section evaluates and protects Delaware’s water resources through technical assistance, field monitoring and sampling services, regulatory implementation, and standardizing processes for the Division’s inspection, compliance, and enforcement actions. Professional Licensing The division oversees licensing for wastewater system operators, professionals involved in on-site wastewater treatment
The Department will hold a virtual public workshop to announce the availability of Community Environmental Project Fund grants for the 2022 grant cycle.
Enter an address or click in the map to learn which of the four drainage basins in the state of Delaware your proposed Community Environmental Project Fund project is located in.
The DNREC Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Trails Program (ORPT), formerly known as the Delaware Land and Water Conservation Trust Fund (DTF), is a matching grant program assisting with public park land acquisition and outdoor recreation facility development in Delaware.
Chesapeake Bay Implementation Grant (CBIG) funds enable states within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed to meet the goals outlined in the 2014 Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, including the improvement of water quality and achieving Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for pollutants of concern.
The DNREC Nonpoint Source Program is accepting grant
Because of the the financial burden of completing environmental work at potentially contaminated properties within the State, DNREC has created different loans and grants to help property owners with remediation of contaminated properties.
Remediation Section 391 Lukens Drive New Castle,
DNREC will hold two virtual public workshops to announce the availability of Community Environmental Project Fund grants for the 2021 grant cycle.
DNREC has announced the availability of Community Environmental Project Fund (CEPF) grants, which are meant to be used to benefit communities where civil or administrative violations have occurred.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Works with county and local governments to help improve the lives of Delaware residents, and the state’s natural resources. Wetlands, Flooding and Land Use Learn about freshwater wetlands and view wetland maps with the Delaware Freshwater Wetland Toolbox. Find out
The DNREC Environmental Finance Office administers the Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (also known as the Clean Water State Revolving Fund), making funding available to municipalities, private organizations, nonprofit organizations and private individuals.
Contact Information 97 Commerce Way, Suite 106 Dover, DE 19904
Grant funds and incentives are available to promote the use of renewable energy in Delaware. The DNREC Green Energy Program includes several different types of green energy funding programs from the state’s major electric utilities.
Application Assistance 877-453-2327
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) offers a free Weatherization Assistance Program to help establish comfortable, energy-saving homes.
Application Assistance 302-504-6111 All Other Questions 302-735-3480
The Community Environmental Project Fund (CEPF) provides money to support the restoration of the environment in communities that were damaged by environmental pollution.
FY2023 CEPF Grant Applications Applications for Fiscal Year 2023 Community Environmental Project Fund grants will be accepted through Friday, Dec. 16,
Funds are available to help municipal governments prepare to apply for loans for public wastewater and drinking water projects.
Greg Pope, P.E DNREC Environmental Finance 97 Commerce Way, Suite 106 Dover, DE 19904 302-739-9941
Public wastewater and drinking water utilities can receive grants or loan interest rebates to develop and implement asset management plans to help keep their facilities in optimal working order.
Greg Pope, P.E DNREC Environmental Finance 97 Commerce Way, Suite
The Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund provides low-interest loans and grants to municipalities, private organizations, nonprofit organizations and private individuals for projects that will improve water quality.
Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund 29 Delaware Code, §8003 (12) 67 Del. Laws,
The Water Infrastructure Advisory Council (WIAC) initiates, develops and recommends to the Delaware General Assembly projects for the planning, construction, repair, renovation or expansion of drinking water and wastewater facilities.
Environmental Finance 97 Commerce Way, Suite 106
The Water Quality Improvement Loan Program provides loans to cities and towns to fund water quality improvement projects to compliment municipal wastewater treatment projects.
DNREC Environmental Finance 97 Commerce Way, Suite 106 Dover, DE 19904 302-739-9941
Wastewater Planning Matching Grants help municipal and county wastewater utilities prepare wastewater projects for funding through Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
Greg Pope, P.E DNREC Environmental Finance 97 Commerce Way, Suite 106 Dover, DE 19904
Surface Water Matching Planning Grants were established by the Delaware Water Infrastructure Advisory Council and are intended to help plan for projects to manage water pollution that comes from specific sources and that which comes from many different sources (non-point source pollution).
The applications and guidance documents below are for grants and loans through the Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and the Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. The funds provide low-interest loans and grants to municipalities, private organizations, nonprofit organizations and private individuals for projects that will improve water quality. Applications Application
The Community Water Quality Improvement Grant (CWQIG) is designed to help Delaware non‐profit organizations, local conservation districts, community organizations and/or homeowner’s associations implement projects or programs within Delaware’s developed landscape to improve water quality.
Jim Sullivan DNREC Nonpoint Source
The State Revolving Fund (SRF) Agricultural Nonpoint Source (AgNPSLP) Loan Program provides a source of low interest financing for managing dairy and milking parlor waste and manure in an environmentally sound and cost effective manner.