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Chlorinated Solvent Sites Qualify for Grant Funding Through SCAP

In the 1930's chlorinated solvents tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) were introduced to the dry-cleaning industry. While these solvents have many practical applications, their accidental release into the subsurface is problematic and widespread. Today, chlorinated solvents are one of the most common contaminants encountered in the environmental industry.

The State Water Board is currently issuing grants to clean up sites that have PCE and TCE contamination. The Site Cleanup Subaccount Program (SCAP) is accepting applications, and grant funding is available. Stratus Environmental, Inc. (Stratus) has been instrumental in securing multiple grant funds for chlorinated solvent sites. We provide grant fund assistance, project management, and environmental support to ensure your project meets all regulatory requirements.

Since our founding in 1999, our role and mission is to consistently provide safe, responsive, innovative, and cost effective solutions that help our clients assess and manage any current environmental liabilities, and to not only meet, but to exceed our client's expectations.

Stratus is currently providing management and environmental support on multiple dry-cleaning/chlorinated solvent sites throughout California. Let our environmental professionals help you navigate both the grant funding process, as well as site clean up.