About the Grants Reporting and Tracking System (GRTS)

Did you know that project information for each s319 Grant project is available online?   One of the requirements of the s319 Grant Program is that we must report project information to the EPA’s Grants Reporting and Tracking System (GRTS).  Much of the information that grantees provide to DES is uploaded to GRTS so that it is available for review by EPA and others.

The same information is also available for you to use.  If you’d like to see what types of projects other grantees are completing here in NH, or anywhere in the country, you can use GRTS to search or browse the catalogue of grant project data. GRTS houses information about each project including: types of BMPs implemented; load reduction estimates; grant and match amounts;  and grant status.  GRTS now also has the capability of hosting attachments, so most projects’ GRTS records also include links to their watershed based plans, semi-annual, and final reports.

You can check out GRTS here: http://iaspub.epa.gov/apex/grts/f?p=110:199:0::NO:::


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