What is a Brownfield?
A Brownfield is defined as property or mine-scarred land where the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of it is complicated by the real or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, contaminants controlled substances, petroleum or petroleum products.
Regional Brownfields Info
EPA Region 10's Brownfields Program works to clean up and redevelop land in the Pacific Northwest, making it easier for such lands to become vital, functioning parts of their communities. The material here describes Brownfields activities within Region 10's states and tribal lands. The national Brownfields home page provides information on applying for Brownfields grants, recent legislation, news, and more.
National Brownfields Info
News and Announcements
FY15 Grant Webinars and Trainings Announced
Visit our Conferences, Trainings, and Workshops page for the latest schedule of webinars and trainings. This year’s webinars will be hosted by EPA and partners and will provide FY15 RFP guidance and tips and tricks for putting together a competitive proposal.
2015 National Brownfields Conference
The 2015 National Brownfields Training Conference will be held in Chicago, IL, September 2 - 4, 2015. The Conference will be held at the Chicago Hilton on Michigan Ave. Additional meeting space and sleeping rooms will be available at the Palmer House Hilton.
Please visit the Conference Website for additional information: www.brownfieldsconference.org
2015 National Brownfields Training Conference Flyer
U.S. EPA Region 10
Office of Environmental Cleanup
1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 900 (ECL-112)
Seattle, Washington 98101-3140
- Mary Goolie (email@example.com), (907) 271-3414
- Susan Morales (firstname.lastname@example.org), (206) 553-7299
- Mike Slater (email@example.com), (503) 326-5872
- Deborah Burgess (firstname.lastname@example.org), (360) 753-9079
To join the Region 10 Brownfields mailing group for the latest news and announcements, please send your name, organization and preferred email address to: Brownfields.R10@epa.gov