EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio – Heritage Thermal Services (HTS) is pleased to announce that applications for environmental grants are now available. Schools and non-profit groups within a 15-mile radius of the facility are invited to apply.
Grants in amounts ranging from $100 to as much as $1000 are available for projects that demonstrate a benefit for the local environment. A total of $6,500 is available for this year.
Applications may be downloaded from this link, Environmental Grant Application, or by calling 330.386.2194. March 31 is the deadline to apply. Grants will be awarded during this year’s citySweep collection of household hazardous waste for East Liverpool area residents on April 25.
Last year, 16 school and non-profit groups received a total of $7,450 to help fund their respective green projects. Since the grant program began in 1998, dozens of local organizations have received a total of $101,200 to help keep the community cleaner and greener.
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