DEQ Announces Approximately $1 Million in Available Grants for Water Quality Projects Funded Projects Will Reduce Water Pollution from Multiple Sources in Rivers
August 19, 2020
HELENA—The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is seeking applications for approximately $1 million in funding for nonpoint source pollution reduction projects available under the Federal Clean Water Act. The application process is now open.
Nonpoint source water pollution stems from widespread sources and is often associated with specific land uses such as agriculture, forestry, urban and suburban development, and runoff from abandoned mine sites. Common pollutants include sediment, nutrients, pathogens and toxic metals.
The recommended range for contracts is $10,000 to $300,000...