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United States Response to Brownfields and Their Development
"By awarding grants to those committed to cleaning up and developing brownfield sites, we can start revitalizations that may not otherwise have occurred, and that will bring real benefits to local neighborhoods."
Deputy Mayor for Operations Stephen Goldsmith launched the Office of Environmental Remediation's Brownfield Incentive Grant (BIG) Program in a speech at the New York City Brownfield Partnership's annual Big Apple Brownfield Award Ceremony held at the New York University Law School.
A spatial join with previously redeveloped brownfields was used to determine distances to features, such as highway exits, to use for control points.
The suitability scores for previously redeveloped brownfields were compared to the scores of existing brownfields to understand how the different objectives were met by the revitalized properties.
It also allows the Environmental Protection Agency to reserve as much as $1.5 million in brownfield funding each year to assist small communities, tribes, and rural or disadvantaged areas.
Revitalizing brownfields will make communities in Duluth safer and healthier, as well as create jobs, proponents of the Brownfield Health Indicator Tool said.
Brownfields are less heavily contaminated than sites on the EPA's (https://theconversation.com/cutting-superfunds-budget-will-slow-toxic-waste-cleanups-threatening-public-health-and-property-values-74787) Superfund list , which can take decades to clean up.
This article focuses on the issues of brownfields in the urban spaces of post-socialist Central Europe by contrasting two big cities of the Czech Republic with their distinct historical and industrial development.