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$111.9 million estimated amount in grants bolstered by funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 to help communities clean up sites known as Brownfields, which may be contaminated by hazardous chemicals or pollutants*   $3.9 billion the amount of funding the EPA has budgeted to support efforts around the country to build and renovate an estimated 1,000 clean water and 700 drinking water infrastructure projects, support green infrastructure and create thousands of technical and construction jobs* 5 miles number of miles a person has to commute to work on a bike to save about $300 a year on gasoline and more than of ton of carbon dioxide emissions**   $2.4 billion amount of funding available to expand and accelerate carbon capture and storage projects under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act**306,458,095 estimate of the U.S. population***     6,780,712,025 estimate of the world population***    …Log In to Read Full Article

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