Environmental Protection Agency is providing $400,000 to the City of New York to supplement the city s program to clean up contaminated Brownfields
properties throughout the city.
25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Brownfields
are previously developed sites that have fallen into disuse.
Steven says: "I very rapidly came to realise that the best brownfields
in areas like Warwickshire and Coventry, where I worked in the 1990s, were as good as the best ancient woodlands nearby, and required the same levels of protection.
The city last week unveiled a program to provide cash incentives that will encourage the cleanup of brownfields
remaining from Worcester's industrial past is held as a critical strategy for the future of this city in central Massachusetts.
And if the state's brownfields
redevelopment environmentalists and enthusiasts have their way, soon the country will also celebrate brownfields
redevelopment in the month of November.
to greenfields should be our focus on revitalizing the legacy of old industrial properties.
EPA's Office of Brownfields
and Land Revitalization, where she leads activities to link brownfields
cleanup, redevelopment, and long-term stewardship with improving public health and the environment.
Communities in 43 states, plus Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands, were awarded more than $74 million in brownfields
grants by the U.
3) The ink is barely dry on the 2002 CERCLA amendment that promises to reduce the risk of federal liability for brownfields
The town will be able to use the funds to inventory, characterize, assess and conduct planning and community involvement related to brownfields
in the area, including old industrial sites along the Hudson River.
The Boston Convention & Exhibit Center is hosting Brownfields
2006, an event co-sponsored by the U.