2020 General Materials Management Grants
Our grants program helps recipients reduce the environmental impacts of materials at all stages of their lifecycle. The recipients help reduce waste, build capacity for reuse and repair, support responsible recycling, or otherwise advance the 2050 Vision. Since 1991, DEQ has awarded over $9 million in materials management grants.
Grants matter because people and organizations need money to do this work, and our grant funding is often the only source of funding available for this type of work in Oregon. The contributions and creativity of local communities are vital to achieving the 2050 Vision where resources are conserved, the environment is protected and all live well.
DEQ has completed its 2020 grant solicitation period. The 2020 grantees will be announced during the week of Jan. 4, 2021.
If you applied to a grant, and did not receive an email confirmation, please contact Marie Diodati to confirm DEQ received it. All applicants should have received confirmation at this time.
- Week of Jan. 4, 2021
- Grant Agreement
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Community of DEQ Materials Management grantees
DEQ wants to support the community of past grant recipients. Sharing lessons learned, challenges and accomplishments are keys to learn from our peers and build off of their accomplishments. We are all working towards common goals of preventing and reducing waste generation. Here are a couple of project examples from previous Materials Management grant cycles:
- The Rethink Waste Project of The Environmental Center in Bend:
- The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability from the City of Portland and their Deconstruction Grant project
The goals of the project was to increase deconstruction as an alternative to mechanical demolition, build capacity within the salvage industry, promote community awareness of deconstruction and collect and share project data and case studies.