Questions?

If you have questions about these grants or would like assistance in completing an application, contact one of the following district staff members:

Catherine Harris
catherineh@madsewer.org
608-222-1201 ext. 115

Emily Jones
emilyj@madsewer.org
608-222-1201 ext. 203

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Chloride Reduction Grant Programs

The district offers grants and rebates to incentivize projects that help advance the district's chloride reduction goals. Below are the current grants being offered by the district, as well as descriptions of each program.

 

Road Salt Reduction Grants 2018

These grants are intended for winter maintenance professionals working to be leaders in water quality protection through use of best practices that reduce road salt use. Applications for this grant will be accepted on a rolling basis for the remainder of 2018 until funds have been exhausted.

(PDF) 2018 Grant Application & Reporting Forms 
(Word) 2018 Grant Application & Reporting Forms 

 

Chloride Reduction Innovation Grants 2018

These grants are intended to encourage innovative projects that will facilitate permanent reductions of chloride (salt) to the sewer system. The goal of these grants is to incentivize changes to business practices, behaviors, and norms that will result in reduced chloride contributions to the sewer. 

Grant overview and application

Application timeline: The district will consider applications as they are received as long as district funding is available in 2018. However, the district encourages applicants to submit applications as early in the year as possible.

*Note: The grant materials were updated on September 6, 2018 to reflect that while these grants will generally be capped at $15,000 per project, the district may decide at its sole discretion to increase the funding amount for a given project on a case-by-case basis.

Salt Reduction Rebates 2018 -- Commercial/Industrial Facilities 

These rebates are intended for commercial, industrial, or multi-unit residential facilities and water treatment companies working with them to implement projects that reduce salt or chloride in their facilities by at least 100 pounds of salt per month on average. These rebates are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis in 2018.  

Overview and Application
Report Forms

July 6, 2017 news release about rebates