What is a Brownfield Site?
As defined by the Small Business
Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act – In general, a
Brownfield site means “real property, the expansion, redevelopment,
or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential
presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant,
including a site that is contaminated by a controlled substance,
petroleum or a petroleum product excluded from the definition of
‘hazardous substance’, or is defined as mine-scarred land.”
The Brownfield Mission
- Protecting the Environment –
Addressing Brownfields to ensure the health and well being of
America’s people and environment.
- Promoting Partnerships – Enhancing
collaboration and communication essential to facilitate
Brownfields cleanup and reuse.
- Strengthening the Marketplace -
Providing financial and technical assistance to bolster the
- Sustaining Reuse - Redeveloping
Brownfields to enhance a community’s long-term quality of life.
For public record TERP or any other information contact:
Fond du Lac Environmental Program
218 878 7119
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