Vice President, Director of UST Services
- Certified Professional Geologist
- Licensed Remediation Specialist
- (330) 854-5300 ext. 110
Ohio’s Abandoned Gas Station (AGS) Cleanup Grant Program was developed in 2016 by the Ohio Development Services Agency in conjunction with the Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulation (BUSTR) and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Between 2016 and the end of 2019, over one hundred grants have been awarded. To qualify, the site must be a former gas station, have no other use afterwards, be vacant, and have a confirmed BUSTR Class C Release. A Class C Release means that there is a documented release, but there is no viable responsible party to clean it up. Even if the underground storage tanks were previously removed, the property may still be eligible for grant funding.
Eligible applicants can receive up to $100,000 for assessment activities and $500,000 for cleanup/remediation activities, totaling $600,000 per site in funding through the Ohio AGS Cleanup Grant Program.
BJAAM Has Experience You Can Rely On
Since the creation of this program, BJAAM Environmental, Inc. has helped several entities obtain funding through the AGS Cleanup Grant Program. BJAAM has written nineteen awarded applications totaling over four million dollars. We have never had an application turned down. There are many paths to redevelopment through the AGS Cleanup Grant Program. Our environmental professionals are experience with BUSTR and Voluntary Action Program environmental assessments and remediation. From grant application to final development, BJAAM has the expertise to guide you through the entire process.
Contact Jason Grecco at 330-854-5300 ext. 110 to discuss the eligibility of an abandoned gas station in your community.