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Recovery Act Funding to Clean Up Underground Storage Tank Leaks


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Putting people to work to clean up our land and protect our groundwater

The Recovery Act provides $200 million from the Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Trust Fund to EPA for assessing and cleaning up leaks from underground storage tanks. EPA allocated the vast majority of that money to state and territorial underground storage tank programs. The money will pay for activities at "shovel-ready" sites to:

States in Region 10 received a total of $8.4 million to perform the assessment and cleanup work described below. This information comes from EPA/state assistance agreements. Activities described are subject to change.

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation -- $999,000

Idaho Department of Environmental Protection -- $1.284 Million

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality -- $2.694 Million

Washington Department of Ecology -- $3.427 Million

More Information about EPA's LUST Programs:


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