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NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES BROWNFIELDS PROGRAM

Concord,  New Hampshire
Belknap County, Carroll County, Cheshire County, Coos County, Grafton County, Hillsborough County, Merrimack County, Rockingham County, Strafford County, Sullivan County
Street Address: 6 Hazen Drive
Zip Code: 030**, 031**, 032**, 033**, 034**, 035**, 036**, 037**, 038**, 039**
Congressional
District(s):

01, 02
EPA ID #: BFNH001
Site ID #:
Site Alias: New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, NHDES
Type of Funding: Site Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund, State Targeted Brownfields Assessment


Description
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The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) has recieved the following EPA Brownfields funding:

State 128(a) Funding
Grant Number
Year Awarded
Amount
Status
Pre-Law
$2,159,631
Closed
RP98190601
2003
$1,034,031
Closed
2004
$1,112,426
RP97129401
2005
$1,144,936
Closed
RP97151001
2006
$1,185,519
Closed
RP97178701
2007
$1,197,474
Closed
RP97172901
2008
$1,195,000
Closed
RP96105901
2009
$1,135,250
Closed
RP96128501
2010
$1,109,097
Closed
RP96144001
2011
$993,733
Active
Total
$12,267,097
EPA Brownfields Grants
Grant Number
Grant Type
Year Awarded
Amount
Funding Type
Status
BP99190701
Assessment
1998
$200,000
Hazardous Substances
Closed
2000
$150,000
BL98110601
Revolving Loan Fund
1999
$1,450,000
Hazardous Substances
Closed
2001
$1,000,000
BF97130701
Revolving Loan Fund
2005
$600,000
Hazardous Substances
Active
$1,001,790
Petroleum
2007
$150,000
Hazardous Substances
2008
$500,000
BF97173201
Assessment
2008
$200,000
Petroleum
Closed
2B96120301
Revolving Loan Fund
2009
$1,800,000
2009 Recovery Act
Hazardous Substances
Active
BF96112501
Assessment Coalition w/Berlin & North Country Council of Governments
2009
$772,436
Hazardous Substances
Closed
$227,564
Petroleum
Total
$8,051,790


Current Status
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State-led Targeted Brownfields Assessment (TBA) projects include the Pulp & Paper of America R&D Building in Berlin, Bradford Green/Naughton site in Bradford, Bristol Mica Factory in Bristol, East Coast Steel in Greenfield, Contoocook Valley Paper in Henniker, and the Kaminski Property in Mont Vernon. Through their Site Assessment Demonstration Pilot, NH DES has also funded site asssessment activities at the Woodsville Rail Yard in Haverhill, the Robert Riley property in New Boston, the Seppalo and Aho property in New Ipswich, Surrette Battery in Northfield, and Pillsbury Mill in Tilton

After a site assessment funded via the state’s Assessment Demonstration Pilot, the town of Haverhill has purchased the former Woodsville Rail Yard and, with the added help of a DOT Scenic Byways Grant, plans to convert the property to greenspace, with trails and a parking area.

In New Ipswich, at the former Seppalo and Aho property, site assessment work conducted by the state under their Assessment Demonstration Pilot enabled the town to convert this former construction company property into a municipal complex, including town offices, police department, and a public works garage.

After extensive cleanup work under EPA’s Removal Program and site assessment activities conducted by the state under their Assessment Demonstration Pilot, the town of Northfield has acquired the former Surrette Battery property with plans to construct an assisted living facility in the future.

Studied via the state’s Assessment Demonstration Pilot program, the town of Tilton now hopes to transform the former Tilton Tanning/Pillsbury Mill site into a town green.

The Assessment Grant was closed on December 16, 2003.


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Links to Other Information
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Disclaimer Instructions about PDF

Surrette Battery Site Information  
Contoocook Valley Paper Site Information  
NH DES Brownfields Program Web Page  
NH Dept. of Administrative Services Web Page  
Seppalo & Aho Site Success Story  

Public Record Locations
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OSRR Records and Information Center, 1st Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 (HSC), Boston, MA 02109-3912 (617) 918-1440

Contacts
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JAMES BYRNE
EPA Project Manager
Address: US Environmental Protection Agency
5 Post Office Square, Suite 100
Mail Code: OSRR07-2
Boston, MA 02109-3912
Phone #:617-918-1389
E-Mail Address:byrne.james@epa.gov
Additional Comments:State 128(a) Funding

JOE FERRARI
EPA Project Manager #2
Address:US Environmental Protection Agency
5 Post Office Square, Suite 100
Mail Code: OSRR07-2
Boston, MA 02109-3912
Phone #:617-918-1105
E-Mail Address:ferrari.joe@epa.gov
Additional Comments:Revolving Loan Fund Grants

KEITH DUBOIS
State Contact
Address:NH DES, 29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03304
Phone #:603-271-2987
E-Mail Address:hdubois@des.state.nh.us

 


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