dissertation on world class service how to write an essay on shakespeare dissertation abstract advice law essay services can someone do my uni assignment

Latest News

Deadline Extended for Environmental Project Grants

Tuesday May 26th, 2020
The Commonwealth Financing Authority has extended the deadline for a variety of environmental project grants funded by the Act 13 Marcellus Legacy Fund. The new application deadline is July 31.
The water- and recreation-related project grants fall under several categories:
Watershed restoration and protection program, for projects that restore streams impaired by uncontrolled discharge of non-point source pollution or maintain already restored streams. 
Abandoned mine drainage (AMD) abatement and treatment program, for projects to reclaim abandoned mine 
wells; construct abandoned mine drainage sites; operate and maintain or remediate and repair existing AMD sites; establish a trust fund for ongoing maintenance of a site; and monitor water quality to trace non-point source load reductions due to AMD remediation.
Orphaned or abandoned well-plugging program, for projects that clean out and plug abandoned and orphaned oil and gas wells, stray gas mitigation systems, and well-venting activities.
Sewage facilities program, to help cover the costs of sewage facilities planning under Act 537.
Flood mitigation program, for projects that are authorized by a flood protection author­ity, the state Department of Environmental Protection, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service or are identified by a local government for flood mitigation.
Greenways, trails, and recreation program, for projects that involve the development, rehabilitation, and/or improvement of public parks, recreation areas, greenways, and trails, as well as river conservation activities.
For more information about these grants, call the state Department of Community and Economic Development’s Center for Business Financing at (717) 787-6245 or go to the Act 13 Programs page
Applicants are urged to contact their state House and Senate members to inform them that they plan to submit an application for funding.