2021-2022 Kentucky Pride Fund Composting Grant Application PURPOSE: To assist eligible applicants in their efforts to achieve a successful program to divert materials from being landfilled and direct them to composting, reuse or other recycling options. Application Deadline Thursday, April 1, 2021 Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Department for Environmental Protection Division of Waste Management Recycling and Local Assistance Branch Recycling Assistance Section 300 Sower Blvd., 1st Floor Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502) 564-6716 FAX (502) 564-4245 www.waste.ky.gov Page 1 of 10 2021 - 2022 Kentucky Pride Fund Composting Grant Application NOTE: APPLICATIONS ARE AWARDED BASED ON INFORMATION PROVIDED. PLEASE BE VERY THOROUGH IN COMPLETING ALL SECTIONS. Proposals often receive low scores because applicants fail to follow instructions leading to uncertainty about the project goals and intended results. Please contact recycling assistance staff if there are questions about the information packet or any aspects of this proposal. BACKGROUND The Recycling and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Management Grants Program was established in 2006 by Senate Bill 50, effective July 12, 2006, and incorporated as a part of the Kentucky pride fund. KRS 224.43-505(2) (c) specifies the establishment of recycling and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) management grant programs. Who Can Apply? Any county, waste management district, city, urban-county government, or other political subdivision of the state or any combination of the above, including school districts, shall be eligible to apply. Helpful Hint - Approved Agreement Process It is imperative we receive the signed agreement for a grant award by a specific date due to the timing of the end of the commonwealth’s fiscal year. To expedite the quick turnaround of the agreement, the cabinet strongly recommends that the governing body provide written permission, in addition to the approval for the submission of the application, for the chair (judge/executive, mayor, school board chair, etc.) to affix his/her signature to the agreement without the necessity of a formal meeting. The original signed agreement would then be sent to the division for processing of the funds prior to the end of the fiscal year. COMPOSTING GRANTS 1. Composting Grant Information a. Each grantee shall demonstrate that the proposed project will remain financially viable after grant funds have been expended pursuant to KRS 224.43-505 (4) (a). b. Grantee shall submit quarterly reports on October 15, 2021, January 15, 2022, April 15, 2022, and a final report on July 15, 2022. The project deadline is June 30, 2022. c. The granted funds shall be spent by June 30, 2022, unless the project is extended by written agreement between the applicant and the Kentucky Division of Waste Management Page 2 of 10 (DWM). Extension requests must be submitted not later than sixty (60) days prior to the end of the grant period. d. Composting equipment shall be properly maintained for its useful life. e. In the application, provide an estimate based on a vendor quote. Note that public agencies can take advantage of streamlined purchasing and reduced equipment costs using http://finance.ky.gov/services/eprocurement/pages/default.aspx f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. Grantees who do not comply with applicable county or state procurement requirements on purchases shall return grant dollars awarded within forty-five (45) days of cabinet notification. Establishing a recycling program or a recycling facility or relocation of a recycling facility requires an amendment to the “Area Solid Waste Management Plan.” All persons providing collection services, including collection for the purpose of recycling, shall register and report to the county pursuant to KRS 224.43-315(3). Only one application per project. Unspent funds and grant funds not expended in accordance with the grant agreement shall be returned to DWM within forty-five (45) days of cabinet notification. With the exception of allowed match expenditures, no changes or substitutions are allowed after the grant agreement has been accepted without prior written approval from DWM. Upon receipt of a proposed change or substitution by the grantee, DWM shall send a written determination to the grantee within five (5) business days. No changes or substitutions will be considered after the end of the 2nd quarter. The grantee shall be responsible for complying with any applicable permit

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