P2 Grant Program Resources for Applicants
On this page:
- Resources for prospective applicants.
On other pages:
- Grant Programs for Pollution Prevention
- P2 National Emphasis Areas
- Grant Reporting
- Grant Results
- Grant Summaries
- Past Funding Opportunities
Resources for prospective applicants.
FY 2022-2023 Pollution Prevention Grant Programs’ List of Frequent Questions (pdf)
This document addresses frequent questions asked by applicants.
P2 Grant Program Application Checklist (pdf)
This checklist was developed to help applicants assess whether they are ready to submit complete applications based on the requirements provided in the grant announcements.
- National Emphasis Area (NEA) Fact Sheets
These fact sheets are a resource meant to inform prospective grant applicants about publicly available environmental and P2 data for five industrial sectors that are the P2 program’s NEAs. The P2 program chose the five industrial sectors based on their potential to benefit the economy and achieve measurable environmental results under its P2 grant programs. Learn more about the NEAs.
- NEA #1: Food and Beverage Manufacturing and Processing (pdf)
- NEA #2: Chemical Manufacturing, Processing and Formulation (pdf)
- NEA #3: Automotive Manufacturing and Maintenance (pdf)
- NEA #4: Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing and Maintenance (pdf)
- NEA #5: Metal Manufacturing and Fabrication (pdf)
- P2 EJ Facility Mapping Tool
This tool was developed to assist prospective grant applicants target facilities under the five industrial sector NEAs that are in or adjacent to underserved communities.
P2 Hub Helpline
- The P2 Hub Helpline is a free information service. Prospective grant applicants are encouraged to utilize the Helpline to answer grant related questions on the P2 Grant Requests for Applications currently posted.
- The Helpline is also dedicated to addressing questions related to reducing and eliminating industrial pollutants through education and public awareness. The P2 Hub Helpline provides reference and referral services from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Reference questions can be submitted via voicemail at (202) 566-0799, postal mail, or email. A web form is also available.