AMH Grant Program
The Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service administers the Abandoned Manufactured Homes (AMH) Grant Program through the Solid Waste Management Outreach Program. The purpose of this grant program is to assist counties with implementing abandoned manufactured home clean-up programs.
Only North Carolina counties are eligible for funding through the AMH grant program. The amount of funds a county is eligible for is based on the county's tier designation as determined by the N.C. Department of Commerce. The N.C. Department of Commerce - County Tier Designations
Applications for Abandoned Manufactured Home Grants are not being accepted at this time. Available funding for FY 2016-17 has already been allocated. Beginning in FY 2017-18, and dependent on the future availability of state funds, the AMH Grant program will likely transition to an annual competitive grant cycle that releases a Request For Proposals (RFP) in the fall and awards grants on an annual basis with funding becoming available on July 1st. For more information, contact David Hance 919-707-8122.
The AMH Grant Program has strict requirements mandating the removal and proper management of metal and materials banned from disposal in North Carolina including tires, mercury thermostats and fluorescent lights.
- Recycling Options and Information
- Thermostat Recycling Information
- Fluorescent Lights Recycling Information
Grant Reimbursement Documents:
- Reimbursement Invoice: (Word) or (pdf)
- Project Summary
- Abandoned Manufactured Homes Grant Final Report Format and Guidelines: (Word) or (pdf)
- Sample Application: