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To provide new or upgraded marine sewage disposal facilities, pumpouts and dump stations.
Approval based on the type of marine sewage disposal facility proposed, geographic location, number of boats served and cost of the facility. Greater priority will be given to projects which provide increased access to pumpouts and dump stations, taking into account cost considerations to provide the highest benefit for the monies spent.
Grants are provided to both private and public boating facilities as long as they are open to the public. Eligible projects primarily include dump stations, additional pumpouts at large boating facilities or those covered by a pumpout agreement, pumpouts for mooring facilities with a minimum of 15 slips, and upgrading of older pumpout systems.
- Submit application
- Quotes on cost
- Pictures on project area
- Get a Data Universal Numbering System # (DUNS) by calling 1-866-705-5711 or on-line www.dnb.com
- National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) form completed
- Region 3 Federal Assistance Section 7 form completed
- A Grant agreement between the State of Michigan and marina will be signed reflecting 75% of the total costs assumed by the CVA grant and 25% of remaining costs assumed by marina
- The application will be forwarded to the Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for acceptance.
- Upon federal approval, costs can be incurred on project and applied to the 75% reimbursement from grant.
The annual deadline is September 15. Notification of approval will occur annually after the complete application form, grant agreement, pictures and quotes are received and forwarded to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for approval.
Dollar Amount(s) Available:
Grants are funded up to 75 percent of the eligible project cost with a 25 percent match provided by the marina. Grants are limited to the cost of a pump out and holding tank hook up.
Source(s) of Funds:
The U.S. Sport Fish Restoration account of the Aquatic Resources Trust Fund, commonly known as the Wallop-Breaux Fund is the source of funding. The Michigan DNR has a limited amount of federal funds available for this program. We will continue to accept applications, but the ability to award new grants is dependent upon future federal funds.
Finance and Operations Division, Federal Aid Section, Clean Vessel Act Program Manager, 517-241-4934.
Fiscal Year 2013 Appropriation: