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Toxics Use Retained Revenue and Related Programs

2210-0105

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY17 $3,239,300 $3,168,361
FY16 $3,299,483 $3,168,361
FY15 $3,271,871 $3,120,894
FY14 $3,295,321 $3,120,894
FY13 $3,346,546 $3,120,894
FY12 $3,328,449 $3,052,627
FY11 $3,424,596 $3,051,198
FY10 $1,595,344 $1,393,749
FY09 $4,598,614 $3,978,354
FY08 $5,197,838 $4,434,648
FY07 $4,438,652 $3,651,472
FY06 $4,631,615 $3,713,699
FY05 $4,456,636 $3,443,322
FY04 $4,476,734 $3,357,959
FY03 $5,566,543 $4,085,301
FY02 $6,082,629 $4,367,835
FY01 $6,427,605 $4,535,249
  • See Changes in Funding
Between and
Funding for Toxics Use Retained Revenue and Related Programs
39.0%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • In FY11, funding for various Toxics Use Reduction programs was consolidated into a single line item in the Dept. of Environmental Protection.
  • The Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell is funded through a separate line item in higher education from FY01 to FY09. In FY10, it is funded as an earmark in the main UMass line item, without specified funds. This line item is not included in this group. In FY11, funding for the institute moves to an earmark in a line item funding Toxic Use Reduction Act retained revenue line item ($1.7 million in FY11, $1.6 million in FY12, $1.7 million in FY13.)
  • In FY15, funding for Toxics Use Retained Revenue shifted from one line item to another. These are grouped together.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 GAA $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 Leg $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 Sen $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 SWM $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 Hou $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 HWM $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY18 Gov $3,168,361 $3,168,361
FY17 $3,239,300 $3,168,361

Notes

  • In FY11, funding for various Toxics Use Reduction programs was consolidated into a single line item in the Dept. of Environmental Protection.
  • The Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell is funded through a separate line item in higher education from FY01 to FY09. In FY10, it is funded as an earmark in the main UMass line item, without specified funds. This line item is not included in this group. In FY11, funding for the institute moves to an earmark in a line item funding Toxic Use Reduction Act retained revenue line item ($1.7 million in FY11, $1.6 million in FY12, $1.7 million in FY13.)
  • In FY15, funding for Toxics Use Retained Revenue shifted from one line item to another. These are grouped together.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.