Brownfields Tools and Resources
- Brownfields Funding Information
- Grants and Funding
- Brownfields Technology Support Center
- Access Federal Government Grants Online
- All Appropriate Inquiry
- TAB EZ
- Federal Brownfields Funding Sources
- EPA Region 7 and Headquarters Brownfields Publications
- Brownfields Workshops
- Other Brownfields-related Tools
The Brownfield Funding Information link provides access to the national competition application deadlines for brownfields assessment, cleanup, revolving loan funds, job training, and technical assistance grants.
The Grants and Funding page provides access to additional grants management information for current or prospective Region 7 grantees.Brownfields Technology Support Center
Local and state government personnel, EPA staff, and tribes may request site-specific support for brownfields and Superfund sites from the BTSC at no cost. Nongovernment organizations are limited to information requests only. Assistance may include innovative site investigation and cleanup technologies and strategies at brownfields sites.
More about the Brownfields Technology Support Center
Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all federal grant-making agencies. Grants.gov is THE single access point for over 900 grant programs offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies.
The Small Business Liability Relief and Revitalization Act (the Brownfields Law) clarifies CERCLA liability provisions for certain landowners and potential property owners. The Brownfields Law provides liability protections for certain property owners, if the property owners comply with certain provisions, including conducting all appropriate inquiry into present and past uses of the property and the potential presence of environmental contamination on the property. The Brownfields Law amends Section 101(35)(B) of CERCLA to include an interim standard for conducting all appropriate inquiry and requires EPA to promulgate regulations that establish federal standards and practices for conducting all appropriate inquiry.
Kansas State University (KSU) has developed a software tool called "TAB EZ" that can assist communities who are applying for assessment and cleanup grants under EPA's Fiscal Year 2009 Brownfields Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund and Cleanup (ARC) grant competition. TAB EZ was developed by KSU and CABEM Technologies, Inc., as a public service and is available free of charge to anyone nationwide. More informationBrownfields Grant Workshop, September 2008
Brownfields Grant Web-cast Clu-In, September 2008
Brownfields Grant Web-cast Clu-In, October 2008