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    The P3 Airport Summit

    San Diego, Jul 23, 2018, Manchester Grand Hyatt
    Over 1,000 attending next week. Join us…
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    Law & Policy of Products Regulation (ELI Summer School, 2018)

    Washington, Jul 24, 2018, Environmental Law Institute
    Each summer, ELI convenes a complimentary…
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    2018 EPA Region 7 RTOC Tribal Response Program Workshop

    Niobrara, Jul 25, 2018, Ohiya Casino & Resort
    Tribal Environmental Directors and Managers,…
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    2018 Economic Revitalization through Brownfields: Redevelop Your Vacant Properties Workshop

    DeKalb, Jul 25, 2018, DeKalb County Community Outreach Building
    Brownfields are “real property, the expansion,…
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    Pacific Northwest Enviromental Industry Summit III

    Seattle, Jul 26, 2018, Washington Athletic Club
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    Disinfection and Reuse Symposium 2018

    Portland, Jul 29, 2018, Portland Crowne Plaza
    The symposium is held by the Water Environment…
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    NAEM 2018 Sustainability Management Conference

    Providence, Jul 30, 2018
    Are you responsible for implementing sustainability…
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    Vacancy to Vibrancy Brownfields Grant Writing Boot Camp

    Johnson City, Jul 31, 2018, First Tennessee Development District
    The mission is to turn Tennessee's Vacancies…
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    EPA Brownfields Grant Proposal Writing Strategies Workshop

    LaCrosse, Aug 1, 2018, La Crosse State Office Building, Rooms 19 & 20
    The Technical Assistance to Brownfields…
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    Fundamentals of Economic Development Finance Course

    Pittsburgh, Aug 6, 2018, Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
    Understanding the basics of bonds, tax increment…
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    Intro Tax Credit Finance Course

    Pittsburgh, Aug 7, 2018, Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
    Examines the application of tax credit programs…
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    Intro Bond Finance Course

    Pittsburgh, Aug 7, 2018, Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
    Provides an in-depth look at the various…
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    Brownfields Tools for Redevelopment Workshop

    Wichita, Aug 7, 2018, Wichita Marriott
    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment…
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    “Air Permit to Install and Potential to Emit Workshops”

    Lansing, Aug 8, 2018, DEQ Headquarters - Constitution Hall
    The Michigan Department of Environmental…
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    Intro Revolving Loan Fund Course

    Pittsburgh, Aug 9, 2018, Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel
    Offers an in-depth look at RLF program development,…
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    The 8th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Remediation (ICEPR'18)

    Madrid, Aug 19, 2018
    The 8th International Conference on Environmental…
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    Annual Georgia Environmental Conference

    Jekyll Island, Aug 22, 2018, Jekyll Island Convention Center
    To create and effectively operate an annually…
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    AHMP 2018 National Conference

    Reno, Aug 26, 2018, Grand Sierra Resort
    Environmental, health, safety and security…
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    California Adaptation Forum

    Sacramento, Aug 27, 2018
    The Forum gathers a diversity of participants…
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    2018 ECOS Fall Meeting

    Stowe, Aug 28, 2018, Stowe Mountain Lodge
    For its programs, ECOS uses its best efforts…
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    Brownfields Defined & Steps for Engaging in Brownfield Redevelopment

    Michigan City, Aug 30, 2018, City Hall
    The Michigan City Economic Development Corporation…

Dec 3, 2015

About $1 million of the additional $1.7 million will go toward making up for tax increment financing districts in the downtown and Wabash Crossing areas that have underperformed.


Dec 3, 2015

“What Mr. Whewell is seeking is to utilize the [Tax Increment Financing] fund for the purpose it was created, which is to generate economic growth,” Whewell's attorney, Tyson Manker, said.


Nov 25, 2015

(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $80,000 to the nonprofit environmental organization Manomet for its program to help grocery stores and dairy farms in New Jersey and New York conserve energy and reduce the amount of hazardous materials they handle. Many businesse...


Nov 25, 2015

(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $158,000 to Rutgers University to provide training and technical assistance to food production, processing, storage and distribution companies in the Newark, New Jersey area to reduce their releases of greenhouse gases. “With cold...


Nov 25, 2015

Dr. Susan Hedman, administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Region 5 in Chicago, said she came to Gary last year with a $250,000 grant from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative aimed at helping increase green infrastructure and ...


Nov 24, 2015

(Community match: $12,820); $10,000 to Capitol Hill Champion to organize community engagement regarding neighborhood priorities for Capitol Hill Station Transit Oriented Development though focused conversations and design charrettes with ...


Nov 24, 2015

City Center was Aurora's first urban renewal area established in 1982, and its first district to exceed the state-sanctioned 25-year tax-increment financing (TIF) clock, according to Andrea Amonick, manager of the city's development services division.


Nov 24, 2015

Another $4 million came from the state's controversial Tax Increment Financing program. TIF allows communities to keep some tax dollars generated by an economic development project that would otherwise go to the state education fund.


Nov 19, 2015

ATLANTA – An Environmental Justice Small Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been awarded to Dream in Green of Miami, Fla. for their project titled: Green Schools Challenge: Evidence-Based Practice. Dream in Green is one of 40 non-profit and tribal organizations selected fo...


Nov 19, 2015

ATLANTA – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $30,000 Environmental Justice Small Grant to the Rural Empowerment Association for Community Help (REACH) in Warsaw, N.C. REACH was one of just 40 non-profit and tribal organizations selected to receive nearly $1.2 million in competiti...



A Mill(ion) Dollar Opportunity

The Bates of Maine Woolen Mill, a former industrial anchor in the city of Lewiston (pop.36, 500) in western Maine, has been transformed into a modern and bustling economic hub following years of city, state, federal, non-profit, private involvement and funding

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Awards

More than 500 industry experts will come together November 1-3, 2017 in Philadelphia for the next important conference on remediation and redevelopment. It's the event you do not want to miss.

We would like to recognize and thank our Conference Sponsors for their generous support.


The former General Motors Indianapolis Stamping Plant property presented a unique, 103-acreurban redevelopment opportunity ...

It was formerly a 100-year-old textile warehouse that held 550,000 bales of cotton ...

Despite the cloud of uncertainty around federal funding, there's a mood pervading that mostly consists of "carry on regardless" ...

Redevelopment Renewal Awards is the annual recognition of the outstanding renewal projects to the Renewal Industry.

The Renewal Awards categories are: Environmental Impact, Economic Development, Social Development, Sustainability, Renewable Energy.

We're gearing up for the next year's Awards Program. Your suggestions and ideas are welcome and help us improve the Program.
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Michigan developers now can collect some of the taxes generated by businesses on brownfield sites upon which they're building ...

Innovative Florida environmental site cleanup and Brownfield programs received a boost as the 2017 regular session of the Florida Legislature concluded ...

Green Bay, Wis. redevelopment efforts are getting a big boost with a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency ...