(a) The Regional Administrator is authorized to award grant assistance for the following types of projects:
(1)Step 1. A facilities plan and related step 1 elements (see § 35.920-3(b)), if he determines that the applicant has submitted the items required under § 35.920-3(a); (In the case of grant assistance awarded solely for the acquisition of eligible land, the following provisions are deferred until the award of the ensuing step 3 assistance for the construction of facilities: §§ 35.925-10, 35.925-11(b), 35.935-12 (c) and (d), 35.935-13(c), 35.935-15(c), 35.935-16 (b) and (c));
(2)Step 2. Construction drawings and specifications, if he determines that the applicant has submitted the items required under § 35.920-3(b);
(3)Step 3. Building and erection of a treatment works, if he determines that the applicant has submitted the items required under § 35.920-3(c); or
(4)Steps 2 and 3. A combination of design (step 2) and construction (step 3) for a treatment works (see § 35.909) if he determines that the applicant has submitted the items required under § 35.920-3(d).
(b) The Regional Administrator may award Federal assistance by a grant or grant amendment from any allotment or reallotment available to a State under § 35.910et seq. for payment of 100 percent of the cost of construction of treatment works required to train and upgrade waste treatment works operations and maintenance personnel and for the costs of other operator training programs. Costs of other operator training programs are limited to mobile training units, classroom rental, specialized instructors, and instructional material, under section 109(b) of the Act.
(1) Where a grant is made to serve two or more States, the Administrator is authorized to make an additional grant for a supplemental facility in each State. The Federal funds awarded under section 109(b) to any State for all training facilities or programs shall not exceed $500,000.
(2) Any grantee who received a grant under section 109(b) before December 27, 1977, is eligible to have the grant increased by funds made available under the Act, not to exceed 100 percent of eligible costs.
[43 FR 44049, Sept. 27, 1978, as amended at 44 FR 39340, July 5, 1979]
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