Jump to main content or area navigation.

Contact Us

Waste Site Cleanup & Reuse in New England

Brownfields Resources

This page provides links to non-EPA web sites that provide additional information about Brownfields. You will leave the EPA.gov domain and enter another page with more information. EPA cannot attest to the accuracy of information on that non-EPA page. Providing links to a non-EPA Web site is not an endorsement of the other site or the information it contains by EPA or any of its employees. Also, be aware that the privacy protection provided on the EPA.gov domain (see Privacy and Security Notice) may not be available at the external link. Click icon for EPA disclaimer. 

Guidance Documents

Laws & Regulations


Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs)

Top of Page

EPA Resources

EPA New England Initiatives

EPA Programs

Environmental Laws

Technology Assistance


Top of Page

Other Federal Resources

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)

Army Corps of Engineers

Department of Energy

Department of Transportation

Housing and Urban Development

National Park Service

Top of Page

Public / Private Partnerships, Non-Profit, and Not-for-Profit Agencies


Environmental Business Council of New England

National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals

Northeast-Midwest Institute

Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA)


Smart Growth Network

Sustainable USA

U.S. Council of Mayors

Vermont Forum on Sprawl

Top of Page

State Environmental Authorities

State Contacts

State Public Records of Brownfields Sites
States and Tribes receiving EPA Brownfields Section 128(a) funding must establish and maintain a public record of sites. The public record includes sites at which response actions have been completed during the previous year and sites at which response actions are planned to be addressed in the next year. The public record also identifies sites that, upon completion of the response action, will be suitable for unrestricted use. If not, the public record identifies the institutional controls relied on in the remedy.

State Resources

Top of Page

Local Partnerships

City or county departments such as environment, planning, economic development, and local community development corporations (CDCs) are valuable resources in developing cleanup and redevelopment plans, conducting community outreach, and leveraging financial and technical resources from public or private sources. Contact your city's brownfields representative to find out if there are additional information or resources in your area.

Top of Page

Jump to main content.