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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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there has been considerable interest and investment in brownfields.
Brownfields are vacant or underutilized properties that remain undeveloped because of complications caused by environmental contamination.
2005) used pairwise comparisons of hypothetical brownfields with different policy mixes to explore the differences between those developers with experience in brownfields and those with none to determine which policies are attractive as incentives to promote redevelopment.
Buildings: What's a brownfield, and where are brownfields located?
Murray, along with a number of local and state officials, marked the 10-year anniversary of the state's brownfields legislation yesterday morning by reviewing environmental and economic successes of the past decade and rededicating themselves to the revitalization of contaminated sites across the state.
EPA) Brownfields program, including its work with local health departments and the opportunities to link these collaborations with U.
Brownfields are sites where expansion, redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant.
This dynamic is thriving in the booming trend of cleaning up brownfield sites-properties deemed by the federal government as toxic or potentially toxic, and requiring environmental remediation.
Speaker, the Brownfields program has been a notable success in our nations history.
The City of Duluth is using the tool in its Duluth-Fairmount Brownfields Revitalization Plan.
Brownfields are contaminated sites such as old gas stations, dry cleaning facilities, former factories and power plants.