Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2007 07:41:33 -0500
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Subject: EPA Funding Announcement : FY 2007 Schools Chemical Cleanout
Campaign Grant Solicitation

	From: 	  Suero.Maryann**At_Symbol_Here**EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV
	Subject:  EPA Funding Announcement : FY 2007 Schools Chemical  
Cleanout Campaign Grant Solicitation
	Date: 	February 1, 2007 11:38:00 AM EST

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has posted the FY 2007 Schools
Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3) Grant Solicitation and is actively
seeking initial proposals from interested applicants.

The objective of this grant is to support an innovative project that
advances the goals of SC3 by using lessons learned from other
programs/demonstration projects to establish a SC3 "infrastructure" in a
specific community that assists K-12 schools with their chemical

The solicitation can be found at, and and the
deadline for submittal of initial proposals is March 14, 2007. Funding
awarded under this solicitation will not exceed $150,000 - - EPA
anticipates award of 1 - 2 cooperative agreement(s) whose total
estimated value shall not exceed $150,000 resulting from this
competitive opportunity.

Proposed projects for the 2007 grant may involve a demonstration,
training, outreach and/or education project that uses the lessons
learned from other chemical management programs to develop a new or
expand an existing program that makes available and improves chemical
management in the K-12 schools of a community.  Eligibility and
evaluation criteria may be found in the grant solicitation.

Maryann E. Suero, Ph.D.
US EPA Region 5 (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI)
Children's Health Program Manager
77 W. Jackson Blvd. (D-8J)
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone (312) 886-9077
Fax (312) 353-3159

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