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Bankers, Others Offered Workshop on Brownfield Redevelopment

Focus on liability, exemptions, available incentives

FRANKFORT, Ky.  (Feb. 3, 2016) – Bankers and property development professionals can take a crash course in brownfield redevelopment through a workshop sponsored by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection and the Louisville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. 202 more words

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City receives 2016 Sustainable Communities Award for Brownfield Redevelopment Program

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City receives 2016 Sustainable Communities Award for Brownfield Redevelopment Program

The City’s plan for redeveloping contaminated fuel sites has been recognized with one of the country’s top honours for local environmental practices. 282 more words

6 Conn. municipalities to get grant money for Brownfield properties

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Six municipalities in Connecticut will be getting grant money to help revitalize Brownfield properties, land that may have pollutants.

Governor Dannel Malloy says more than $1 million in state grants will be used to bring back these sites in East Hartford, Meriden, New Britain, Old Saybrook, Waterbury and Torrington. 237 more words

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The Greening of the Brown

November 19, 2015– The Greening of the Brown

Hello All:

I’m a new voice on this Blog and my name is Karen Pagratis. I’ll be reporting on the Planning Committee meetings of Kingston City Council. 698 more words

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A Piece of the Main

As many of you know I am working on an industrial project on a brownfield outside of Pittsburgh.

The goal is over the next three years to take an underutilized 260K square foot steel mill building with six gantry cranes and build a world class regional rail terminal in Aliquippa. 98 more words

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New Funding To Support Ongoing Cleanup of SC Brownfields

Pictured above: Former Bell Buoy Seafood Plant is now Bay Creek Park in the Town of Edisto Beach. 

By Bryony Wardell

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the award of $300,000 in supplemental funding to the South Carolina Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to help transform communities in South Carolina by cleaning up contaminated Brownfields properties.  397 more words

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The Underappreciated Benefits of “Green” Urban Brownfields

by Dan McCabe

Sustainable urban planning aims to ensure that urban development patterns do as little ecological harm as possible, but new research suggests that conventional planning approaches neglect a significant contributor to urban environmental health. 657 more words

Ecological Restoration