Wisconsin Ready for Reuse Loan and Grant Program
Ready for Reuse loans and grants are used for environmental cleanup of hazardous substances or petroleum at brownfields throughout Wisconsin.
The DNR has received $11.054 million in traditional EPA revolving loan funds (RLF) since 2004, which DNR administers through the Ready for Reuse Program.
The Ready for Reuse Program has two different types of funding currently available.
Funding status and awards
Program fact sheets
- Wisconsin Ready for Reuse Program - Hazardous substance loans and grants (RR-753)
- Wisconsin Ready for Reuse Program - Petroleum loans and grants (RR-867)
Recovery Act brownfields funding
In 2009, the RR Program received $2 million in Recovery Act revolving loan funds (RLF) from EPA, which was used for brownfield cleanups as part of the DNR's Ready for Reuse Loan & Grant Program. The RR Program awarded eight grants totaling $1.8 million in two competitive rounds. Remaining grant funds were allocated to existing grant recipients, in order to cover additional costs. All of these grants are now closed.
- Subscribe to cleanup and redevelopment newsletters
- Green Team assistance
- Hazardous substance funding
- Petroleum funding
- Materials for grantees and borrowers
- s.292.72, Wis. Stats.
- EPA Brownfields Grant Information
- Financial resources
- Federal brownfield grants
- Brownfields redevelopment
- Cleanup overview
- Publications and forms