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brownfield

An abandoned, idled or underused industrial and commercial property, the reuse or redevelopment of which is complicated by real or perceived contamination. Brownfield sites have received US EPA funding for redevelopment.
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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.
cities from coast to coast and three municipalities in Puerto Rico are already using Brownfield Listings to market their reusable real estate more aggressively and connect to real estate specialists and brownfield buyers nationally.
So it would appear to be signifi-cant that the Durham University researchers found that local communities with large amounts of brownfield land had poorer health outcomes, including limiting long term illness.
Some of the greenfield sites are far worse for greenery and wildlife than brownfield because they are insensitively managed.
It was then that I accepted Cyndi Young's invitation to join Brownfield.
The new grant program will make over $9 million in City funds available over the next several years to fund environmental investigations, environmental cleanups, and brownfield planning by community based organizations throughout the City.
The literature suggests that more than economic benefits are available with brownfield redevelopment.
More than 1,330 contaminated properties in 225 communities in the state have been the beneficiaries of the state brownfields programs in the past 10 years.
A Brownfield is any real property which, due to actual or suspected environmental contamination, may le idle, unaccupied, underutilized or unused.
Example of Local Government and Brownfield Revitalization, Portland, Maine
7 million to be used to conduct site assessment and planning for eventual cleanup at one or more brownfields sites or as part of a community-wide effort;
I find that some developments in New Jersey are positive, notably the BDA's approach to addressing multiple brownfield sites concurrently in the same location.