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Welcome to the Indiana Brownfields Program. Our mission is to encourage and assist investment in the redevelopment of brownfield properties by helping communities via educational, financial, technical and legal assistance to identify and mitigate environmental barriers that impede local economic growth.
May 15-17, 2013, National Brownfields 2013 Conference, Atlanta, GA. Click here for more information regarding conference deadlines and opportunities Presentations from our four co-hosted TAB Brownfields Workshops held in Indianapolis on August 7 & 8, 2012, and held in Goshen on August 14, 2012, and held in Ferdinand on September 5, 2012, are available here. Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) low-cost flexible funding still available Indiana Brownfields Program Automotive Sector Brownfields Assessment Initiative State Revolving Fund Loan Program Funding: Brownfield Remediation Nonpoint Source Projects Fact Sheet Tax Incentives A Guide to Federal Tax Incentives for Brownfields Redevelopment Read the Brownfields Bulletin Winter 2013 Issue Check out our Sustainability Initiative Web page U.S. EPA Resource on State and Local Government Brownfield Acquisitions Creating Community-Based Brownfields Redevelopment Strategies Guide Free assistance with project planning, grant applications, RFPs, contractor selection, etc. The IDEM Remediation Closure Guide Nonrule Policy Document and Remediation Program Guide (RPG) are effective now and are published in the Indiana Register. New U.S. EPA Brownfield Guidance Documents available here Two New U.S. EPA Urban Agriculture Guidance Documents available here New U.S. EPA Report on Petroleum Brownfields U.S. EPA Region 5 Superfund Greener Cleanup Implementation Strategy
Meeting with us?
City of Richmond - Proposed Loan for Cleanup at the Former Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) located at 16 East Main Street
City of Terre Haute - Proposed Loan for Cleanup at the Terre Haute Coke & Carbon site located at 13th and Hulman
The Town of Ligonier is in the process of recycling materials from demolition of buildings on the four-acre former Essex Wire brownfield site, which is planned for redevelopment as a river park and possibly the future home of a fire station.