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Grant Announcements for Brownfields and Land Revitalization in New England

2017 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Assessment & Cleanup Grants – $8 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive $8 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

EPA Brownfields Job Training Grants
Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Board, of Lawrence, Massachusetts, was one of 14 organizations nationwide selected to receive funding to operate environmental job training programs for local unemployed residents.

EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Grants
The City of Providence, Rhode Island and the Eastern Maine Development Corporation will receive funding to assist with planning for cleanup and reuse of Brownfield sites as part of the Brownfields Area-Wide Planning (AWP) program.

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2016 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – Nearly $16 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive nearly $16 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

2016 Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Supplemental Funding – Nearly $2.6 million to New England Communities
EPA has announced grants of nearly $2.6 million in RLF supplemental funding for communities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont to carry out cleanup and redevelopment projects at contaminated brownfields properties. The projects will help communities create jobs while protecting people's health and the environment.   

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2015 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – $10.3 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive $10.3 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

2015 Revolving Loan Fund Supplemental Funding - $4.3 million to New England Communities
Communities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont will receive additional grants of $4.3 million in revolving loan fund (RLF) supplemental funding to carry out cleanup and redevelopment projects at contaminated brownfields properties.

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2014 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – $17.5 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive $17.5 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2013 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – $12 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive $12 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2012 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – Over $16 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive over $16 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2011 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – Over $12 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive over $12 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA's Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2010 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – Over $16 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive over $16 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2009 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants – Over $24.5 million to New England Communities including $7.4 million in 2009 Recovery Act Funds
Communities across New England will receive over $24.5 million including $7.4 million in Recovery Act funds from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2008 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - Nearly $10 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive nearly $10 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2007 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - $18 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive more than a record $18 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2006 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - $11 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive nearly $11 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2005 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - $11.6 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive more than $11.6 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2004 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - $8.6 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive more than $8.6 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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2003 Grant Awards

EPA Brownfields Grants - $11.2 million to New England Communities
Communities across New England will receive more than $11.2 million from EPA to help revitalize former industrial and commercial sites, transforming them from abandoned and blighted properties into community assets. The communities are being awarded funding under EPA’s Brownfields program after being selected in a competitive national competition.

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