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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Welcome to the Department of Environment and Science's (the department) online grant application service, for the Local Government Illegal Dumping Partnership Program.
The program will collaboratively address the challenges created by illegal dumping across the state. Embedded in councils, the program will enable a greater reach across Queensland to monitor, act on and prevent illegal dumping activities. The program will also increase local government capabilities through targeted training and support programs, boost intelligence and data reporting on illegal dumping activities and establish a platform for neighbouring council collaboration.
Funding will be provided to employ illegal dumping compliance field officers whose activities will focus on the investigation and prevention of illegal dumping entering Queensland's environment.
Councils are encourage to apply jointly to establish a regional compliance 'taskforce'.
Funding will be limited to a maximum of $200,000 per council, however joint applicants may pool allocated funds.
The program will run for a 12 month period.
You are required to read the Illegal Dumping Partnerships Program Guidelines and understand the department's requirements before proceeding with your application.
For queries about the program guidelines or application process, please contact the Waste Reform Implementation team on (07) 3330 5495 during business hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If a technical error occurs, staff at SmartyGrants are available to help you. Contact them on (03) 9320 6888 during business hours or email email@example.com and quote your application number.
Help is available to guide you through using this form - please download the Help Guide for Applicants.
You are strongly encouraged to save your application form every five to 10 minutes to reduce the risk of loss of information.
SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION
Please review your application via the 'Review' button at the bottom of the navigation panel before submitting.
Any question marked with an asterisk ('*') is mandatory. Failure to answer these questions will stop you from being able to complete and submit your application form.
Once you have submitted your application, no further editing or uploading of supporting documents is possible. You will be required to contact the Waste Reform Implementation team if you wish to re-open a submitted application form.
When you submit your application form, you will receive an automated confirmation email with a copy of your submitted application attached. This will be sent to the email address that you used to register with SmartyGrants.
If you do not receive a 'confirmation of submission' email, then your application has not been received.
ATTACHMENTS AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
You will need to upload attachments to support your application. Files can be up to 25MB each; however files up to a maximum of 5MB are recommended - the larger the file, the longer it takes to attach.
COMPLETING A 'JOINT' APPLICATION
We recommend using a generic email contact for login rather than an individual employee email, to ensure it can still be accessed if an employee is on leave.
The Department of Environment and Science is collecting personal information in the application form to assess your application for funding and prepare a grant deed should your application be successful.
All personal information you provide in this application form, including all attachments, will be routinely provided to the following parties for assessing the application:
Where necessary, information contained in your application may also be provided to the Queensland Minister for Environment and Science and the Minister’s members of staff for reporting purposes (except for information which relates to the Department’s confidentiality obligations).
The department will seek your consent for any use or disclosure outside these specific terms.
If your application is successful, the following information will be routinely published on the Department of Environment and Science’s media platforms:
Your grant application and associated documentation is subject to the Right to Information Act 2009. If you wish to access your personal information that is under the control of the department, you may contact Right to Information Services.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the privacy of your personal information, please contact us.
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