Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 2 Fiscal Year 2009

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2009

Department of Environmental Protection




Fiscal Year 2009 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY 2009
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY 2009
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY 2009
Total
Spending
FY 2009
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Department of Environmental Protection 61,548 41,619 103,167 45,796

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account description amount
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 103,166,869
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 61,547,515
Direct Appropriations
2200-0100 Department of Environmental Protection 35,508,902
2210-0100 Toxics Use Reduction Act 1,010,477
2220-2220 Clean Air Act 1,079,944
2220-2221 Clean Air Act Operating Permit and Compliance Program 2,151,010
2250-2000 Safe Drinking Water Act 1,688,312
2260-8870 Hazardous Waste Cleanup Program 16,572,923
2260-8872 Brownfields Site Audit Program 1,911,111
2260-8881 Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals 424,836

account description amount
Retained Revenues
2200-0102 Wetlands Permitting Fee Retained Revenue 1,200,000

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 25,686,305
2200-9706 Water Quality Management Planning 513,886
2200-9712 Cooperative Agreement - Leaking Underground Storage Tanks 984,806
2200-9717 Environmental Restoration Program for Department of Defense 1,391,070
2200-9724 Superfund Block Grant 975,728
2200-9728 Brownfields Assessment Program Multi-Site Cooperative Agreement 231,390
2200-9729 Brownfield Pilots Cooperative Agreements 22,314
2200-9731 Brownfields Response 1,570,062
2230-9702 Air, Water, and Hazardous Waste Management Regulatory Programs 17,611,753
2230-9709 Environmental Information Exchange 195,494
2230-9710 FY07 EPA Environmental Information Networking Grant 186,004
2240-9762 Reimbursement to Operators of Small Water Systems for Training and Certification 304,404
2240-9764 Special Appropriation Set-Aside Administration 44,365
2240-9769 Estuaries Watershed Permitting 18,915
2240-9773 Technical Assistance and Training for Drinking Water 58,500
2250-9712 Clean Air Act - Fine Particulate Matter Air Monitoring 445,837
2250-9716 Ambient Air Toxics Pilot Project 133,645
2250-9725 Innovative Environment Compliance Strategies 55,470
2250-9726 Homeland Security Co-op Agreement 863,645
2250-9727 School Bus Retrofit Project 20,000
2250-9728 Off-Road Construction Vehicle Retrofit Project 5,000
2250-9729 Composting and Recycling 5,000
2250-9730 Air Toxic -Spatial Trends 49,017
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 15,933,049
2200-0059 Special Projects Permit/Oversight Fund 164,350
2200-0350 Water Pollution Abatement Department of Environmental Protection Administrative 1,148,413
2200-0647 Oil Spill Permitting 1,129,950
2200-0884 Springfield Materials Recycling Facility - 1990-95 Residual Revenues 63,500
2200-2233 Department of Environmental Protection - DB Companies, Inc. Expendable Trust 10,000
2200-2542 USGen of New England, Inc. 50,000
2200-2673 Boston Junk Expendable Trust 10,000
2200-6001 Department of Environmental Protection - Administration of Federal Funds 3,563,619
2200-6007 Federal Water Pollution Abatement 1,812,909
2200-6008 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Administration Trust 6,173,234
2200-6009 Southern States Energy Board 4,070
2200-6010 Tewksbury Industries, Inc. Expendable Trust Superior Court Civil Action 50,000
2200-6014 Bedford Harbor Expendable Trust 50,000
2200-6016 General Electric Expendable Trust 272,212
2200-6017 Northeast Energy Associates Expendable Trust 5,188
2200-6021 Katrina Properties, Inc. 50,000
2200-6022 Naval Air Station 12,087
2200-6431 Silresim Superfund Lowell Operation and Maintenance Consent Decree 1,003,833
2200-6432 Silresim Superfund Lowell Replacement Costs Consent Decree 50,000
2200-6433 Charles George Tyngsborough Response Costs Consent Decree 180,043
2200-6434 Charles George Tyngsborough Natural Resource Damage Decree 10,000
2200-9725 Fort Devens Expendable Trust 119,641


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