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What's New: June-July 2014

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EPA Awards $17.5 Million to Clean Up Brownfield Sites in New England

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EPA Announces $3.6 Million in Environmental Job Training Grants to Provide Unemployed Residents with Job Opportunities Cleaning Up and Reducing Pollution Nationwide

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Redevelopment Institute

Upcoming Sustainability Series Webinars

July 25, 2014 – RE-Powering America's Land: An Update on EPA's Initiative
July 25, 2014 – RE-Powering America's Land: An Update on EPA's Initiative
With Adam Klinger, Senior Analyst at U.S. EPA's RE-Powering America's Land Initiative

September 26, 2014 – Contaminant Uptake in Food Crops grown on Brownfield Sites
September 26, 2014 – Contaminant Uptake in Food Crops grown on Brownfield Sites
With Dr. Ganga Hettiarachchi and Dr. Sabine Martin.

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White House Announces National Disaster Resilience Competition

The competition will support innovative resilience projects at the local level while encouraging communities to adopt policy changes and activities that plan for the impacts of extreme weather and climate change and rebuild affected areas to be better prepared for the future.

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Meet the New CT Brownfields Coordinator: Mark Lewis

Mark LewisMr. Mark Lewis was recently named as DEEP’s Brownfields Coordinator. In this role, Mark works with municipalities, developers, property owners, the US Environmental Protection Agency, other state agencies and other partners to facilitate cleanup of Brownfield sites throughout Connecticut, and return those sites to productive use. Prior to becoming DEEP’s Brownfields Coordinator, Mark worked in DEEP’s Remediation Division for twenty years as an Environmental Analyst on sites ranging from small drycleaners to the Naval Submarine Base in Groton. Mark has also worked as an environmental consultant focusing on assessment and remediation of contaminated properties, as a land surveyor, and as a hydrologic technician for the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. Mark is also a member of DEEP’s Interstate Wildfire Crew, which responds to wildfires throughout the United States.

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The Guidebook for Redeveloping Commercial Vacant Properties in Legacy Cities

Visit this page to download a copy

Guidebook for Redeveloping Commercial Vacant Properties

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