Projects may contain non-residential underground storage tanks. Superfund sites on the National Priorities List are not eligible. Reimbursable project activities include, but are not limited to:
Review, compilation and analysis of study data into a report;
Plans for remedial action or removal;
Conducting of a remedial action or removal at a site; or
Regulatory oversight fees.
Projects on sites that contain or are proposed to contain only privately owned single family residential dwelling(s) or privately owned multi-family dwelling(s) are not eligible for Fund assistance unless substantial public benefit can be demonstrated.
Projects on sites that contain or are proposed to contain mixed use development such as a structure or structures that contain combined commercial and residential uses are eligible if:
A written endorsement for the project from the local jurisdiction is included with the application;
The project will provide a substantial public benefit; or
The project is part of a downtown or mixed use center redevelopment.
The Department will determine if a project will have substantial public benefit.[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]