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Need funding for your next project? We’ll help you find it.

If you have a brownfield investigation or cleanup project, financial benefits may be available. Grants, cost-recovery programs, low-interest loans, tax increment financing and other options are available through a variety of sources. Eligibility is based on your project location, regulatory status, and job creation and retention metrics. In most cases, Phoenix Environmental can help clients locate these financial resources free of charge.

We keep up to date on the latest financial options and requirements, so you don’t have to. Below is one of the newest grant opportunities you may qualify for.

Ohio Service Station Cleanup Grant

A new $20 million dollar grant was created through Ohio HB64 in [year] to help clean up old service stations. The grant provides an excellent opportunity for municipalities and developers to redevelop these sites.

Ohio Service Station Cleanup Grant Details
  • Up to $100,000 available in funds for assessments
  • Up to $500,000 for cleanup
  • Political subdivisons can directly apply for funds
  • Organizations that enter into an agreement for redevelopment with a political subdivision can also apply
  • Property must be a class C site (where the state has certified that the party responsible for contamination is not capable of performing the investigation and cleanup)
  • The site must have or had an Ohio BUSTR regulated storage tank
  • Applicants cannot have caused or contributed to the contamination on the property
  • Applications are filied with Ohio Development Services Agency
  • A limited number of grants are available, so apply early
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For the Ohio Service Station Cleanup Grant, gas stations are the most typical applicable sites. Other commercial businesses may also qualify.

Interested in this grant or other funding for your brownfield project? We can help you significantly reduce your costs by helping you find funding.

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