Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee Mini-Grant Program 2022 The Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee (BCSWOC) is offering mini-grants to local entities to support resource recovery in Barry County. Applicants may request up to $4000 per project, to cover no more than 67% of total project cost. Grantees must provide at least 33% of the project total cost in matching funds. Mini-Grant applications can be found online at https://www.barrycountyrecycles.org, or through the BarryEaton District Health Department, 330 West Woodlawn Avenue, Hastings, MI 49058. Applications will be accepted throughout the year. Qualified applications will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds have been expended. The BCSWOC established this Mini-Grant program to stimulate and promote recycling and reuse of solid waste and other materials rather than disposal of such materials through placement in a landfill. This grant opportunity is available thanks to the generous support of Barry County and the Barry Community Foundation. The goal of the 2022 Mini-Grant program is to recover to the maximum extent possible, the resources available in Barry County’s waste stream through source reduction, source separation, recycling and reuse. We seek to achieve this through the following objectives: Objective A: Work toward reduction, reuse or disposal of solid waste. Objective B: Provide educational materials and promote support of alternative methods of solid waste management. Objective C: Provide a framework conducive to alternative means of solid waste disposal. Objective D: Establish, promote, and fund activities aimed at reduction, reuse and recycling of solid waste. Eligible applicants for the Mini-Grant are: a. Local units of government b. Non-profit organizations recognized in the community c. Civic groups d. Business organizations licensed with the State e. Other groups as approved by the BCSWOC If you are not sure that your group is eligible, please include a letter of inquiry which includes your group’s name, mission, by-laws (if applicable), and tax status with your grant application. Additional questions should be directed to: Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee c/o Rachel Frantz Barry County Recycling Coordinator 1611 S Hanover St, Suite 105 Hastings, MI 49058 E-mail: [email protected] Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee Mini-Grant Program Outline Grant Period – January 1, 2022 thru December 31, 2022 Purpose The Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee (BCSWOC) has established this Mini-Grant program to stimulate and promote recycling and reuse of solid waste and other materials rather than disposal of such materials through placement in a landfill. The mini-grant program is intended to provide funds for recycling and reuse efforts, to add, expand, or improve efforts. It is not intended to be a source of funds for day-to-day operations (staff time, utility costs, trucking costs, etc). Program Requirements 1. Eligible grant recipients include: a. Local units of government b. Non-profit organizations recognized in the community c. Civic groups d. Business organizations licensed with the State e. Other groups as approved by the BCSWOC 2. Grants shall only be awarded for eligible projects which seek to achieve the following goals and objectives of the BCSWOC: (A) Work toward reduction, reuse or disposal of solid waste. (B) Provide educational materials and promote support of alternative methods of solid waste management. (C) Provide a framework conducive to alternative means of solid waste disposal. (D) Establish, promote, and fund activities aimed at reduction, reuse and recycling of solid waste. 3. Maximum grant amount shall be $4000 per year per project. For the purposes of this program, a year shall be considered to be twelve months from the date of grant award. Applicants may apply for more than one grant in a given year, but will be awarded no more than one grant per year per project. Applicants may apply for additional grants for a given project in future years. 4. No project or work completed prior to award of the grant by the BCSWOC shall be eligible for funding. 5. Mini-grants shall require at least 33% of total project costs to be provided by match from the applicant organization. Matching funds can come from any source (other grant programs, donations, general fund, etc.). 6. Grants are to be reimbursement grants (funds shall be distributed for reimbursement to the app

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