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Focus on Brownfield Investments

 
Publication number Date Published
08-09-047December 2008
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Author(s) Joe Crossland
Description Cleaning Up Contaminated Sites Adds Jobs, Helps the Environment. Brownfields are properties that are abandoned or underused because of real or perceived contamination from past industrial or commercial practices. Investing public dollars to redevelop brownfield sites can: create jobs, leverage investment, revitalize neighborhoods, create new local revenue and clean up environmental problems. The Washington Department of Ecology invests in brownfield redevelopment through the Toxics Cleanup Program and the Remedial Action Grant Program.
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Keywords brownfield, contaminated site
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