Abandoned Mine Lands
Meeting Community Needs, Protecting Human Health and the Environment: Active and Passive Recreational Opportunities at Abandoned Mine Lands
Provides information about reusing abandoned mine lands for recreational purposes.
A Breath of Fresh Air for America's Abandoned Mine Lands: Alternative Energy Provides a Second Wind
Provides information about developing wind energy projects at abandoned mine lands.
Constructed Wetlands Publications
An Introduction to Wetland Restoration, Creation, and Enhancement
Provides information about planning and implementing wetlands restoration projects, as well as resources to support those projects.
Improving Air Quality Through Land Use Activities discusses the link between land use, transportation, and air quality; serves as a is a non-regulatory interpretation and clarification of EPA’s policies and practices relating to treatment of land use activities consistent with the Clean Air Act. It is designed to assist air quality and transportation planners in accounting for the air quality impacts of land use policies and projects which state and local governments voluntarily adopt.
Design Solutions for Vapor Intrusion and Indoor Air Quality provides an overview of technical and health issues regarding chemical vapor intrusion into indoor air, and how to address these issues to foster land redevelopment.
EPA’s Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris program offers extensive information on ways to manage, reduce, and recover C&D debris that may result from a cleanup and redevelopment project.