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Don’t Miss R&R Awards Ceremony at Brownfields 2015

Join us for the Redevelopment and Renewal Awards Ceremony at the Brownfields 2015 Conference in Chicago.

Univ. Researcher Leading Research Network in Livable Cities Initiative

The University of Minnesota has received a $12 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to bring together a unique network of scientists, industry leaders and policy partners committed to building better cities of the future.

In Ky., A Sign of the Times

A fairly recent law passed in Kentucky made purchasing brownfield properties more attractive by limiting the liability of the purchasers. On April 11, 2012, Kentucky House Bill 465 became law.

Benefits of trails

A simple half-hour Internet search on the economic benefits of rails to trails would change most people's view of what should be done with the E&N railway.



Probabilistic Cost Forecasting: Keeping Budget Surprises to a Minimum

No one likes budget surprises, especially not when it comes to an environmental cleanup. Naturally, owners don’t like knowing projects are going to cost more than planned.

Environment & the Economy Meet: A Leveraging Success Story

In February of 2009, EPA Region I & the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection met with the WESTMASS Area Development Corporation to discuss possible Brownfields Assistance for New England’s largest and most significant brownfield—the 170-acre Ludlow Mills site.

Methods That Should Be On Your Radar

Cost-effective site sampling tools like GPR should be considered for enviro assessment surveys

Changes to St. Charles plan fail to mollify public

James Erdman, an associate with Ben Dyer Associates Inc. in La Plata, said residents of St. Charles' neighborhoods live in planned unit development zoning, so that will have residential and commercial units in their neighborhoods. “St. Charles built St.



New Round of Grants for Connecticut

Conn, governor\'s office said new round of brownfield grants for 12 projects will provide funding to assess and clean up 462 acres of commercial, industrial and municipal properties.

Michigan Making More Maneuvers

More than $2.2 million in loans and a grant have been awarded to help redevelop the site of a former steel plant in Gibraltar, Mich.

Bourne turns the Cape into another Love Canal

My research suggests transporting and burying municipal solid waste fly ash violates the Massachusetts Oil and Hazardous Material Release Prevention and Response Act and its regulations, the Massachusetts Clean Air Act and its regulations, the ...

Could Legal Marijuana Lead to an Industrial Building Boom in Denver?

"I, Joint" Credit: Coleen Danger / photo on flickrWho else is cashing in on legal weed in Colorado, besides the retailers (and the taxing government)?


JOBS corner
  • Project Manager
    TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) is hiring a Project Manager in the New Jersey/New York Area and in the Chicago, Illinois area. TRS Group, Inc. is an environmental remediation company with projects throughout…
  • System Specialist
    TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) is hiring a System Specialist in the New Jersey/New York Area. TRS Group, Inc. is an environmental remediation company with projects throughout the U.S. We apply a new,…
  • Senior Engineer
    KEMRON Environmental Services, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Senior Engineer with a concentration in chemical or environmental engineering for our Midwest operations.


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