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Funding for environmental assessment and remediation at child care facilities: A review of selected resources


As states continue to develop strategies for identifying and addressing environmental site contamination risks at child care facilities, some child care providers may be faced with expenses for conducting an environmental assessment and for undertaking any needed remediation. Such costs could present challenges for existing child care operators, especially those serving low- and moderate-income families. This paper highlights some of the federal, state, and non-governmental funding sources that might potentially be available to help ensure that child care programs are able to address environmental hazards and continue serving their communities. (author abstract)

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