Grant Money Available for Neighborhood Associations, Schools & Non-Profits

Montgomery County Solid Waste District (MCSWD) is accepting applications for the Buy-Recycle Grant Program until October 28, 2011. The funds available for this year’s Buy-Recycled grant program is $50,000.

MCSWD established the Buy-Recycled Grant Program for the purchase and promotion of recycled content material. Funds are available on a competitive basis to all Montgomery County schools, Neighborhood Associations, and select non-profit organizations.

The buy-recycled grant funds are available on a competitive basis to all Montgomery County schools and select nonprofits (exclusions may apply). Funding can be used to purchase and promote any type of recycled content material including but not limited to, paper, plastic, steel, aluminum, tires and glass.

Awards will be announced late December 2011.

For an application visit our website at www.mcswd.org. or call 225-4999.

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