Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 1 Fiscal Year 2012

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2012

Department of Environmental Protection




Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Department of Environmental Protection 51,628 50,833 102,460 34,741

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account description amount
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 102,460,144
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 51,627,601
Direct Appropriations
2200-0100 Department of Environmental Protection Administration 24,323,017
2200-0107 Recycling and Solid Waste Master Plan Operations 6,500,000
2220-2220 Clean Air Act 849,407
2220-2221 Clean Air Act Operating Permit and Compliance Program 1,668,486
2250-2000 Safe Drinking Water Act 1,477,001
2260-8870 Hazardous Waste Cleanup Program 12,086,542
2260-8872 Brownfields Site Audit Program 1,042,839
2260-8881 Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals 339,281

account description amount
Retained Revenues
2200-0102 Wetlands Permitting Fee Retained Revenue 260,812
2210-0105 Toxics Use Retained Revenue 3,080,216

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 27,950,821
2200-9706 Water Quality Management Planning 653,422
2200-9712 Cooperative Agreement - Leaking Underground Storage Tanks 1,032,829
2200-9717 Environmental Restoration Program for Department of Defense 1,494,183
2200-9724 Superfund Block Grant 924,699
2200-9728 Brownfields Assessment Program Multi-Site Cooperative Agreement 225,000
2200-9731 Brownfields Response 1,440,520
2200-9732 Brownfields Support Team/Statewide 851,492
2230-9702 Air, Water and Hazardous Waste Management Regulatory Programs 17,346,657
2230-9712 FY2009 Exchange Network/National Pollution Discharge Elimination System 163,058
2230-9713 Exchange Network 1,890
2230-9714 Exchange Network 150,000
2240-9762 Reimbursement to Operators of Small Water Systems for Training and Certification 164,265
2240-9773 Technical Assistance and Training for Drinking Water 39,868
2240-9775 Special Set-a-Side 96,249
2240-9776 Special State Revolving Fund 44,250
2250-9712 Clean Air Act - Fine Particulate Matter Air Monitoring 465,737
2250-9716 Ambient Air Toxics Pilot Project 41,606
2250-9726 Homeland Security Cooperative Agreement 1,252,085
2250-9729 Composting and Recycling 17,000
2250-9730 Air Toxic - Spatial Trends 42,000
2250-9731 Diesel Emmissions Reduction Project 352,941
2250-9732 Underground Storage 697,745
2290-3000 ARRA - State Clean Diesel Grant Program 15,978
2290-4000 ARRA - MassDEP LUST Trust Fund Program 437,347
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 22,881,722
2200-0059 Special Projects Permit/Oversight Fund 146,000
2200-0086 Mercury Management Act Expendable Trust 50,000
2200-0350 Water Pollution Abatement Department of Environmental Protection Administrative 1,047,258
2200-0647 Oil Spill Permitting 1,115,000
2200-0884 Springfield Materials Recycling Facility 75,000
2200-2233 Department of Environmental Protection - DB Companies, Inc. Expendable Trust 15,000
2200-2494 Energy Demand Reduction Program Trust Fund 115,000
2200-2542 USGen of New England, Inc. 50,000
2200-2673 Boston Junk Expendable Trust 50,000
2200-2674 Sustainable Materials Recovery Program Expendable Trust 2,389,303
2200-6001 Department of Environmental Protection - Administration of Federal Funds 4,703,865
2200-6007 Federal Water Pollution Abatement 3,397,134
2200-6008 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Administration Trust 6,147,075
2200-6009 Southern States Energy Board 18,264
2200-6010 Tewksbury Industries, Inc. Expendable Trust Superior Court Civil Action 600,000
2200-6014 Bedford Harbor Expendable Trust 150,000
2200-6015 Route 3 North Design Build Expendable Trust 5,000
2200-6016 General Electric Expendable Trust 150,000
2200-6017 Northeast Energy Associates Expendable Trust 11,069
2200-6021 Katrina Properties, Inc. 150,000
2200-6022 Naval Air Station 3,500
2200-6024 Starmet Drum Removal 50,000
2200-6431 Silresim Superfund Lowell Operation and Maintenance Consent Decree 1,125,000
2200-6432 Silresim Lowell Replacement Costs Consent Decree 15,000
2200-6433 Charles George Tyngsborough Response Costs Consent Decree 250,000
2200-6434 Charles George Tyngsborough Natural Resource Damage Decree 5,882
2200-9725 Fort Devens Expendable Trust 120,229
2290-6007 ARRA - State Revolving Fund Waste Water 548,272
2290-6008 ARRA -State Revolving Fund Drinking Water 378,871


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