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Capital Two-Year Project Listing - Department of Ecology

Remedial Action Grant Program

30000039

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2009-11 biennium for remedial action grants to cleanup contaminated industrial sites. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (282,000) (282,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (549,000) (549,000)
Total for Remedial Action Grant Program (831,000) (831,000)

Clean Up Toxics Sites - Puget Sound

30000144

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2009-11 biennium for toxic site cleanup. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (6,000) (6,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (97,000) (97,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (125,000) (125,000)
Total for Clean Up Toxics Sites - Puget Sound (228,000) (228,000)

Centennial Clean Water Program

30000326

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2013-15 biennium for water pollution control facilities and non-point source pollution control. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (1,242,000) (1,242,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (789,000) (789,000)
Total for Centennial Clean Water Program (2,031,000) (2,031,000)

Eastern Washington Clean Sites Initiative

30000351

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2013-15 biennium for remediation activities on contaminated sites in eastern Washington. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (1,000) (1,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (258,000) (258,000)
Total for Eastern Washington Clean Sites Initiative (259,000) (259,000)

Remedial Action Grants

30000374

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2013-15 biennium for remedial action grants to clean up contaminated industrial sites. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (221,000) (221,000)
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (2,859,000) (2,859,000)
Total for Remedial Action Grants (3,080,000) (3,080,000)

Leaking Tank Model Remedies

30000490

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2015-17 biennium for the development, implementation, and evaluation of these model remedies. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (153,000) (153,000)

Stormwater Financial Assistance Program

30000535

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account to complete work from the 2015-17 biennium for the Stormwater Financial Assistance Program, which provides grants to public entities for stormwater retrofit projects that treat polluted stormwater. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23R - Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account - State (866,000) (866,000)

Floodplains by Design

30000537

Funding is reappropriated from the 2015-17 biennium for Floodplains by Design grants. This project’s reappropriation was increased to reflect appropriations left unspent in the 2017-19 biennium.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State 220,000 220,000

Cleanup Toxics Sites - Puget Sound

30000542

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2015-17 biennium for toxic site cleanup. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (32,000) (32,000)

2017-19 Remedial Action Grants

30000707

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2017-19 biennium for grants to cleanup contaminated industrial sites. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (5,000) (5,000)

Columbia River Water Supply Development Program

30000712

Funding is reappropriated from the 2017-19 biennium for the Columbia River Basin Water Supply Development Program for projects to address water needs in the Columbia River Basin. This project’s reappropriation was increased to reflect appropriations left unspent in the 2017-19 biennium.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
10P - Columbia River Basin Water Supply Development Account - Bonds 47,000 47,000

Clean Up Toxic Sites – Puget Sound

30000749

Funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Capital Account to complete work from the 2017-19 biennium for cleanup of toxic sites. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project is an appropriation, rather than a reappropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (789,000) (789,000)

2017-19 Stormwater Financial Assistance Program

30000796

Funding is reappropriated from the 2017-19 biennium for the Stormwater Financial Assistance Program. Additionally, funding is provided from the Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account to continue work on the project. Chapter 422, Laws of 2019 (ESSB 5993) created three new model toxics accounts related to toxics cleanup and eliminated three existing accounts. Because of the creation of the new accounts, this project contains both a reappropriation and a new appropriation.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23R - Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account - State (66,000) (66,000)

2019-21 Stormwater Financial Assistance Program

40000144

This additional investment is made to retrofit projects that treat polluted stormwater in priority areas throughout the state. Funds will be distributed to the highest priority projects through a competitive rating and ranking process to ensure projects provide good water quality value and address problems from existing urban development. The work accomplished by local governments will help reduce toxins and other pollution from entering our waterways and protect marine waters, estuaries, lakes, rivers and groundwater resources throughout the state.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23R - Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account - State 3,400,000 3,400,000

2020 Eastern Washington Clean Sites Initiative

40000286

There are properties in eastern Washington contaminated with hazardous wastes that have been abandoned or have owners unwilling or unable to pay for site investigation and cleanup. Without cleanup, these sites pose threats to public health, the environment, groundwater, and fish and wildlife resources. Cleaning up these sites protects public and environmental health, creates jobs and promotes economic growth as the sites are redeveloped. Funding is provided for the Eastern Washington Clean Sites Initiative for remediation activities on contaminated sites, including cleanup work related to metals contamination, leaking underground storage tanks, landfills, salvage yards and wood treatment facilities.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State 1,000,000 1,000,000

2020 Remedial Action Grants

40000288

The Department of Ecology manages the Remedial Action Grant program to help local governments clean up contaminated sites in Washington state. These projects support cleanup at contaminated industrial sites that impact the state's air, land, and water resources and the continued cleanup of Puget Sound.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
23N - Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State 23,700,000 23,700,000

Integrated Planning Grant: Port Townsend

91000338

Reappropriated from the 2017-19 biennium for the Port to perform an environmental site assessment and development plan is no longer needed by the entity. This project’s prior expenditures were reduced to reflect appropriations left unspent in the 2017-19 biennium.

Appropriation Type and Title Total Supplemental Changes Reappropriations Appropriations
057 - State Building Construction Account - State (200,000) (200,000)