Pesticides and Toxics | Financial Resources
Step-by-step financial planning process that can help your community determine capital asset technical and financial needs and find available air, waste and water resources to meet your compliance goals.
|Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Resources|
The National Agriculture Compliance Assistance Center provides comprehensive information about financial resources. Created by EPA with the support of the Department of Agriculture.
Tribal Grants for Surface and Groundwater Protection, Pesticide Management Planning
Purpose: Provide technical assistance and cooperative agreements for enforcement certification and training and pesticide program initiatives in groundwater, endangered species, and worker protection programs.
Contact: The Catalog of Federal Funding Sources for Watershed Protection Web site
Tribal Pesticide Program Support
Purpose: Helps to build comprehensive pesticide programs through purchasing inspection and laboratory supplies and equipment and reimbursing grant-related travel, per diem expenses, salaries, and administrative costs.
Contact: The Tribal Pesticide Program Grants Web site
The Lead Program, and organizations such as the National Lead Information Center (NLIC), ensure that individuals conducting lead-based paint activities in target housing and child-occupied facilities are properly trained and certified
The Occupational Health and Safety Organization's Web site addresses regulatory issues associated with lead in the workplace
Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Resources
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) State and Tribal Assistance Grants (CFDA: 66.707)
Purpose: Help establish and operate compliance-monitoring programs to conduct inspections for compliance with polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) regulations, asbestos-in-schools requirements, and lead-based paint regulations.
Contact: TSCA Web site
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) State and Tribal Assistance Grants (CFDA: 66.700)
Purpose: Assist in developing and maintaining comprehensive pesticide programs that address all aspects of pesticide enforcement, and special pesticide initiatives; sponsor cooperative surveillance, monitoring and analytical procedures; and encourage regulatory activities.
Contact: FIFRA Web site
Multi-media State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) (CFDA: 66.709)
Purpose: Build and improve capacity by providing assistance agreements to foster environmental enforcement and compliance assurance activities and to improve compliance with environmental laws. Such capacity building efforts may include economic, social science, statistical research, development, studies, surveys, demonstrations, investigations, public education, training, and fellowships.
Contact: Multi-media STAG Web site
The Compliance Assistance Support for the Regulated Community (CFDA: 66.305)
Purpose: Provides financial assistance to private nonprofit institutions, universities, and public agencies to improve environmental compliance and to create compliance assistance tools utilizing industry and commercial communication channels.
Contact: Compliance Assistance Support and the Compliance Assistance Centers
Capacity Building Grants and Cooperative Agreements for Compliance Assurance and Enforcement Activities in Indian Country and Other Tribal Areas (CFDA: 66.310)
Purpose: Build and improve the capacity of tribes, inter-tribal consortia, or tribal organizations by providing financial resources to foster environmental enforcement and compliance assurance activities and to improve compliance with environmental laws.
Contact: Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance at (202) 564-2516
For related information visit EPA’s National Indian Country Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Priority site and EPA’s Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Program in Indian country site.