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NYSDEC’s Recycling & HHW Grant Program
Presented by

David Vitale
New York State 19th Annual Recycling Conference October 16, 2008 Syracuse

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Types of Grants
Reimbursement grants with cap of $2 million per project.
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Recycling capital investment in facilities and equipment. Recycling coordinator salaries and recycling education. (Added in year 2000)

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Household hazardous waste collection & disposal projects.
Waste reduction projects.

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Since 1994, DEC has awarded 745 EPF recycling & HHW grants totaling nearly $85.1 million

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Grants Awarded
Since 1988, DEC has awarded ……
Funding source EQBA Bond Act CWCA Bond Act HHW Number of contracts 264 140 452 Dollar value $90.8 million $52.6 million $30.1 million

EPF Recycling Cap EPF Recycling Coord Total

215 71 1,142

$33.7 million $21.4 million $228.6 million

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EPF Funding Levels
$10 $9 $8 $7 $6 $5 $4 $3 $2 $1 $0
1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2002S 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
2002 and 2002supplemental are averaged

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Recycling Capital Projects
Nearly $178 million awarded including household blue bins recycling trucks collection equipment

processing equipment and facilities
composting equipment and facilities

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Recycling Education and Coordination Projects
(added to EPF in 2000) Nearly $21.4 million awarded for:

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Recycling planning,
Education, Enforcement, and

Coordination activities.

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Waste Reduction Projects
Funded Materials Reuse Exchanges operating in the Hudson Valley, Town of Islip, Western New York, City of Buffalo and New York City.

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HHW Projects

Nearly $30.1 million awarded for HHW collection day program disposal costs, and for construction and operation of permanent HHW collection facilities.

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Recycling Grant Process
Pre-applications accepted anytime  Wait list  Full application submittal requested  Application review  Contract awarded
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HHW Grant Process
Full applications accepted and processed quarterly  1-year contract time limit, except facilities  Application review  Award contract
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Wait listed Projects
As of October 15 2008, the Recycling grant waiting list includes:
Type of project Unfunded Capital Projects Unfunded Coordination/ Education Projects Total Unfunded Projects Number 65 22 87 Amount requested $22.3 million $12.7 million $35.0 million

The SFY 2008-09 State Budget includes about $10.825 million for the MWRR program to fund recycling & HHW projects.

25% 73%

36%

Coord Capital

64%

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So where am I on the wait list?

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Full applications solicited for pre-applications that were received by 7/20/2007.  If 2009 EPF provides $10 million, DEC will reach waiting projects received by 2/4/08.  If 2009 EPF provides $15 million, DEC will reach waiting projects received by 5/12/08.

Estimating a 2-3 year waiting period for new pre-applications.

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Hints for Applicants

Recycling Capital Projects
1. Comprehensive project description - Outline steps of recycling collection, aggregation, processing, marketing 2. Markets are important – a. DEC looks for highest end use. b. Materials combusted or used in a landfill are not acceptable market for this grant program. c. Waste tire and waste oil project markets are rare. 3. Trucks and multi use equipment – provide clear info on all uses and time percentages, AND estimating rationale.

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Hints for Applicants

Recycling Capital Projects
4. Replacement of grant funded equipment – provide info on disposal of previous equipment. 5. Lease/purchase equipment - only principal is reimbursable, and only after acquiring title. 6. MWBE- call DEC’s MWBE office at 518-402-9311.

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Hints for Applicants

Recycling Education and Coordination Projects
1. Be very specific on tasks and responsibilities for the “Recycling Coordinator.” 2. Provide copies of work products (brochures, ads, flyers). 3. For subcontractor costs, send in the agreement with your application for DEC to determine their eligibility. 4. Submit pre-applications in advance to manage the waiting period.

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Hints for Applicants

HHW Projects
1. Be sure to secure approval from DEC Regional Office for the event (approval letter) or the facility (permit). 2. Up-to-date resolutions required. (no more than 5 years) 3. Submit timely HHW grant applications. After the fiscal year is over, cannot reimburse previous years expenses.

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Hints for Applicants

Payment requests
1. In order to document eligible costs, be sure to provide: State Aid Voucher All Invoices All Municipal Vouchers All Cancelled checks 2. Include copies of new work products and ads if not already submitted in application. 3. Make sure that items for which reimbursement is sought are included in the grant contract.

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For More Information
Look for DEC’s webpage on State Assistance Programs http://www.dec.ny.gov/pubs/4776.html

Includes Program Descriptions Pre-Application Forms Full Application Forms Types of Projects Funded

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For Even More Information
Contact
David Vitale Sharon Smith (Recycling) Christian Glander (HHW)
518-402-8706 dshmwrr@gw.dec.state.ny.us


								
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