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Regional Environmental Priorities (REP)/Regional Geographic Initiative (RGI) Projects [PDF, 14 pp., 640K]

Protection of human health and the environment in the Southeast presents unique challenges, and Regional Geographic Initiative (RGI) funding is an important tool in Region 4's efforts to meet these challenges.

Media Programs

Air, Pesticides, and Toxics Programs

Managed by the Air, Pesticides, and Toxics Management Division

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Programs

Managed by the RCRA Division

Superfund Programs

Managed by the Superfund Division

Water Programs

Managed by the Water Protection Division

Program Support

Environmental Accountability

Regional Counsel, enforcement and compliance assistance

Science and Ecosystem Support

Environmental Studies, Laboratory Services

Special Programs and Initiatives

The MOM Project

The fast way to achieve environmental improvements in the management, operation, and maintenance of wastewater facilities.

Brownfields Initiative

Programs designed to help communities clean and reuse abandoned industrial and commercial facilities.

Southern Appalachian Mountains Initiative (SAMI)

How communities are working together to solve air quality problems affecting the Southern Appalachian Mountains region.

Gulf of Mexico Program

A partnership between state agencies, businesses and the EPA designed to ensure the future health, safety, and economic vitality of the Gulf.

South Atlantic National Estuary Programs

Programs to protect and restore estuaries in the south east United States. A part of the National Estuary Program.

Gulf of Mexico National Estuary Programs

Programs to protect and restore estuaries in the Gulf of Mexico region. A part of the National Estuary Program.

Pollution Prevention

Region 4's strategy for tackling pollution at the source.

Small Business Assistance

Small Business Assistance Programs (SBAP) provide training and support to small businesses to assist them in complying with environmental regulations.

Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE)

Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) is a competitive grant program that offers an innovative way for a community to organize and take action to reduce toxic pollution in its local environment.

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