About the program
In 2005, the Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA) was awarded a $1 million grant to capitalize a revolving loan fund from which the EIERA will provide loans and sub-grants to support cleanup activities for sites contaminated with:
- Controlled substances
- Mine-scarred lands
EIERA, in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Brownfields Voluntary Cleanup Program, supports cleanup activities. Take a look at some of our Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund success stories.
If you are interested in exploring how your project might fit into the Missouri Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund, please contact the EIERA at 573-751-4919 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missouri Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund Bid Solicitation
The Mayview MO Foundation is soliciting bids from qualified contractors for asbestos containing materials and lead based paint at 200 N. Forest Ave., Mayview Missouri (former Mayview School).
Sealed bids will be accepted at 3605 Pine, Higginsville, MO until 4:00pm on Friday, August 31, 2018, at which time they will be opened and read publicly. Project work is to be performed under the Missouri Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund administered by the Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA) and funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The title holder to the property is enrolled in the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Brownfield, Voluntary Cleanup Program and it will be the contractor’s responsibility to abide by an approved Remediation Action Plan and to obtain a “certificate of completion” for work at the site.
Missouri Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund Public Meeting
Near Southside Employment Coalition, with the support of a grant from the Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority (EIERA), is holding a public meeting regarding the cleanup of a brownfield site at 2649 Pestalozzi Street, St. Louis, MO 63118. The Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) and other project information will be available at the meeting and public comment on the cleanup will be allowed at the meeting.
Where: Near Southside Employment Coalition, 2649 Pestalozzi Street, St. Louis, MO 63118
When: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m.
The Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives may be viewed at Near Southside Employment Coalition, 2649 Pestalozzi Street, and will be posted on the Coalition’s website at www.nsecworks.org or at the EIERA’s offices at 425 Madison St., Jefferson City, MO during normal business hours. The analysis of cleanup alternatives may also be viewed at the EIERA’s website at https://eiera.mo.gov/. Public comment on the cleanup will be accepted until close of business, September 28,2018 , and may be submitted via email to : email@example.com
- Eligibility guidelines
- Loan and sub-grant availability
- Selection criteria and application process
- Opportunities for Tomorrow – DNR Voluntary Cleanup Program brochure
- EPA announces $54.3 million in Brownfields grants