Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ)
Grants to Arkansas nonprofit organizations, businesses, government agencies, schools, and IHEs to develop sustainable processes for recycling, demanufacturing, and recovery of scrap electronics and computers. Project categories include the collection, transportation, and processing of scrap electronic equipment; statewide or local computer and electronics recycling and demanufacturing; and innovative recycling, donation, demanufacturing, or disposal options for citizens and businesses.
Evaluation criteria include sustainability of the proposed recovery, recycling, and/or demanufacturing process and anticipated project results, including:
- Minimization and elimination of substantial volumes of e-waste
- Creation of Arkansas jobs
- Return on investment analysis or cost recovery
Category One: Collection, Transportation, or Processing:
Development, and implementation of the most efficient and convenient means of collecting, transporting, and processing scrap electronic equipment from residents and businesses with an emphasis on convenience.
Category Two: Local or Statewide Recycling and Demanufacturing:
Establish statewide, regional or local contracts for computer and electronics recycling and de-manufacturing businesses with an emphasis on rural and social economic challenged areas.
Category Three: Innovative Recycling, Donation, Demanufacturing, or Disposal:
Other innovative measures, subject to approval of the Department, that implements and promotes the recycling, donation, de-manufacturing or disposal options for computers and electronic equipment in a convenient manner for citizens and businesses of Arkansas.
GrantWatch ID#: 172847
Grant funds must be fully expended within one year from the execution date.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit application to:
E-Waste Competitive Grants Program
Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
Office of Land Resources, Assessment & Remediation
5301 Northshore Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118-5317
Attn: Teresa Bechtel, firstname.lastname@example.org
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