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CARB's Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) program allows community-based projects to be funded from a portion of the penalties received during settlement of enforcement actions. SEPs can improve public health, reduce pollution, increase environmental compliance, and bring public awareness to neighborhoods most burdened by environmental harm. The table below provides details on our SEP program for 2022, including the amount of funding that went to each SEP, the SEP recipient, the project name, and the location of the project.
Community based organizations and non-profits are all encouraged to apply. To learn more about the SEP program and its funding history, as well as how to apply, and to view and use relevant program materials, visit Supplemental Environmental Projects.
CalEPA Supplemental Environmental Projects Funded (2022)
|Asthma Impact Model Kern County- Phase 2
|Central California Asthma Collaborative
|Asthma Impact Model Kings County
|Central California Asthma Collaborative
|Cleaner Air for Kids – Zero Emission School Bus Funding in South Coast Air Basin
|South Coast Air Quality Management District
|Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino County
|Fresno TREES Phase 5 – Outreach Education
|Insecticide Reduction: Empowering Children and Adults to Become Defenders of Clean Air
|Long Beach, San Bernardino, Wilmington, Carson, East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, Santa Ana
|Installation of Air Filtration Systems - Coachella Valley Adult School
|Installation of Air Filtration Systems - LAUSD Murchison
|Los Angeles, CA
|Installation of Air Filtration Systems in Schools in Oakland - Phase 3
|Marine Vessel Speed Reduction Incentive Program Phase 2
|Ventura County Air Pollution Control District
|Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties
|Placer County Community Based Air Filtration SEP - Phase 2
|Placer County Air Pollution Control District
|Side Street Projects - Woodworking bus SEP
|Side Street Projects
|Urban Wood Utilization
|Sacramento Tree Foundation
|West Oakland Local Environmental Equity and Empowerment Project (LEEEP)
|West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project
CalEPA Eligible Supplemental Environmental Projects (2022)
|New Voices Are Rising: Envisioning Resilience Hubs in the Community
|East Oakland, Contra Costa County
|In partnership with Communities for Better Environment and the Local Clean Energy Alliance, the Rose Foundation proposes to engage 15 New Voices Are Rising Fellows to lead community workshops in East Oakland and Contra Costa County. The workshops will bring together residents in heavily impacted communities to develop a vision for modifying affordable housing complexes to become clean powered resilience hubs for the community. Workshop participants will develop visual and written representations of the changes that would be required to convert a particular affordable housing development into a clean energy hub. The Rose Foundation's goal is to share this with relevant decision-makers such as the local housing authority, members of city councils in our students’ communities and, board members of the East Bay Clean Energy Agency, and the California Public Utilities Commission.
|Reforestation of Native Trees in Sacramento County
|Elk Grove, CA
|The Sacramento Tree Foundation proposes to plant 500 native trees and provide tree care for three years along the Toby Johnson Trail and Franklin Channel in Elk Grove, California. The Tree Foundation will model its expanded reforestation programming after the Native Trees in Urban and Rural Environments (NATURE) program that operates within the Urban Ecology Department and utilizes mitigation funding generated by local ordinances to plant and care for native trees. Reforestation efforts will strive to establish native trees effectively with an annual tree survival rate of 85-95%. Annual re-plantings will be conducted during the three-year establishment period for any trees lost to predation or plant failure. Monitoring and maintenance will be the responsibility of the Sacramento Tree Foundation for three years, after which the Tree Foundation will work with local partners to care for the trees.
|Flag Program in Schools - Calexico (Imperial County)
|ICAPCD proposes to install and maintain air filtration systems as well as an electronic flag program (enhanced flag program) in Calexico schools, which is part of the AB617 Corridor, El Centro, Heber, and Calexico, an area impacted by air pollution and identified as Environmental Justice and/or Disadvantaged Communities.
|Flag Program in Schools - El Centro (Imperial County)
|ICAPCD proposes to install and maintain air filtration systems as well as an electronic flag program (enhanced flag program) in El Centro schools, which is part of the AB617 Corridor, El Centro, Heber, and Calexico, an area impacted by air pollution and identified as Environmental Justice and/or Disadvantaged Communities.
|Community Based Monitoring and Assessment Program for Fresno Phase 2
|The project would use community based air quality monitoring and modeling and related outreach and education to inform community members about air quality issues in their communities. The purpose of this is to help community members reduce their exposure to air pollutants, thus providing protection for public health.
|California Clean Air Day
|California Clean Air Day is a multifaceted program built on the idea that shared experiences drive people to action. The program centers on the “clean air pledge,” a commitment by individuals and organizations to take action on or by California Clean Air Day. Organizational partners ideally ask their employees to join them in taking action. Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) proposes to implement the California Clean Air Day on October 4, 2023. This will include surveys to determine changes to the individual and organizational pledge, website improvements, conversations with key stakeholders, outreach to business community and government agencies, workshops, advertisement, public relation activities, and social media communications.
|Inland Empire Environmental Health and Education Connections
|Riverside County, San Bernardino County
|This proposal is an expansion of a funded SEP to provide community outreach and education on respiratory health in the Inland Empire. The expansion includes education on Acute respiratory infections (ARI) through Community Health Workers (CHWs), also known as Promotores de Salud. El Sol will educate community residents about preventative habits and inform them about environmental diseases (e.g., soil, water, air) affecting the region.