1 edition of Technical approaches to characterizing and cleaning up brownfields sites found in the catalog.
Technical approaches to characterizing and cleaning up brownfields sites
by Technology Transfer and Support Division, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Other titles||Pulp and paper mills|
|Contributions||National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.). Technology Transfer and Support Division.|
|LC Classifications||TD899.P3 T367 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||2002485581|
Getting Started with Brownfields -- K ey Issues and Opportunities: What Communit ies Need to Know F RAMING THE BROWNFIELDS ISSUE Brownfields burst on the scene in the early s, in the wake of several court decisions that entangled any site with any contamination, no matter how minor, in the web of Superf und regulations and Size: KB. According to the report, the Northeast Midwest Institute estimates the average per-site cost for brownfield remediation at $,; the EPA provides cleanup grants of up to $,
characterizing and cleaning up contaminated sites by advocating more effective, less costly technological approaches. Use of innovative t echnologies to characterize and clean up brownfields sites provides opportunities for stakeholders to reduce cleanup costs and accelerate cleanup schedules. Often, innovativeFile Size: 3MB. The guide, which is designed to be used with the three guides for specific types of sites - Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning Up Automotive Repair Sites Under the Brownfields Initiative, Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning Up Iron and Steel Mill Sites Under the Brownfields Initiative, and Technical Approaches.
Cleaning up and reinvesting in brownfields typically provides these community benefits, at least when the site is located somewhere within the built-up area of a metro area: Increases overall appeal and attractiveness of the community for economic development. One of the major concerns with Brownfield development is the cost of cleaning up the area. However, with the passing of the Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act, there are now funds available from the Federal Government to help in the cost of cleaning.
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Technical approaches to characterizing and cleaning up brownfields sites w (OCLoC) Online version: United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
Technical approaches to characterizing and cleaning up brownfields sites. Cincinnati, OH: United States. A draft site profile has been developed for EPA "Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning Up Brownfields Sites: Railroad Yards," February, Wood Preservers - Wood preserver sites typically consist of wood preparation facilities, chemical storage tanks, chemical treatment areas (including high pressure vessels in many cases), drip or drying areas, and wood storage areas.
This overview of the technical process involved in as- sessing and cleaning up brownfields sites can assist plan- ners in making decisions at various stages of the project.
An understanding of land use and industrial processes conducted in the past at a site can help the planner to conceptualize the site and identify likely areas of con- tamination that may require cleanup.
EPA//R/ July Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning up Brownfields Sites: Railroad Yards Site Profile 7/15/02 Technology Transfer and Support Division National Risk Management Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, OH This overview of the technical process involved in assessing and cleaning up brownfields sites can assist planners in making decisions at various stages of the project. An understanding of land use and industrial processes conducted in the past at a site can help the planner to conceptualize the site and identify likely areas of contamination that may require cleanup.
A cost-effective approach to cleaning up a brownfields site may be the partial treatment of contaminated soils or groundwater, followed by containment, storage, or further treatment off site.
^" In Situ. In situ technologies treat contamination in place and are often innovative technologies. January ^ Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Redeveloping Brownfields: Municipal Landfills and Illegal Dumps, EPA//R- 02/,January ^ Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning up Brownfields Sites: Railroad Yards, EPA//R/, May 5^ These guides are comprehensive documents that cover the key steps.
5: What clean-up methods are used on brownfield sites. The choice of methods and technologies for a brownfield site clean-up will be influenced by several factors, such as site conditions, local permit restrictions, community concerns, clean-up endpoints, and time and budget constraints.
cleaning up and redeveloping brownfield sites. Not all of these organizations will be involved at every site. Key players include: State Environmental Agencies:Property owners who decide to clean up brownfield sites, either for sale or reuse, may perform the cleanup under the oversight of a state environ-mental agency.
In addition to overseeingFile Size: KB. Delays in cleaning up contaminated “brownfield” sites have led many states to adopt voluntary cleanup programs (VCPs), but the incentives they create remain poorly understood. Part 1, Overview, summarizes the basic issues surrounding mine site cleanup for brownfields redevelopment, including innovative characterization and remediation approaches.
Part 2, Coal Mine Sites, includes detailed technical information about the characterization, remediation, and redevelopment of coal mine sites, focusing on sites inFile Size: 3MB.
EPA’s Brownfields Program provides grants and technical assistance to communities, states, tribes and others to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse contaminated properties. To learn about EPA’s broader efforts to put previously contaminated properties back into productive use, read about our Land Revitalization Program.
Brownfield Sites. In general, a "Brownfield site", as defined in the Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act (SBLRBR), is 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.
Brownfield sites are generally not highly contaminated, however, the types. for those who want to investigate or clean up sites with limited contamination. U.S. EPA, Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Cleaning Up Brownfields Sites.
Report Number EPA//R/ National Risk Management Characterizing and Cleaning Up Brownfields Sites. Report Number EPA//R/ National Risk ManagementFile Size: KB. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book is PACKED with extraordinarily helpful information and is truly comprehensive. The book gives a detailed overview of the entire process for redeveloping brownfields, and detailed procedural information covering every state where a project may be located.
From my perspective, the book provides an invaluable guide for anyone looking to undertake a 5/5(1). Brownfields Road Map to Understanding Options for Site Investigation and Cleanup. The new Brownfields Road Map publication and companion website provide a general outline of how to assess and clean up a brownfields site and introduce stakeholders to a range of technology options and available resources.
Brownfields sites are well suited to using the Triad approach, where limited funding and intended reuse strongly influence cleanup. Inherent in the Triad approach is the need for cooperation and collaboration among the many stakeholders in the process. Clean Up Brownfield Sites Significant amounts of land within towns and cities are contaminated because of previous uses.
The technology and expertise exist to convert most of these sites from a liability into an asset, fit for new buildings or for open space.
The EPA Brownfields Program’s goal is “to empower states , tribes , communities, and other stakeholders in economic development to work together in a timely manner to prevent, assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfields.” Section (a) State and Tribal Response Program funding can be used to create new or to enhance.
Brownfield Site Acquisition remediation-based risks – the costs of identifying and characterizing site contamination, cleaning it up, complying with federal and state regulations governing contamination along the way, particularly with regard to the site investigation and clean up performance.
To achieve these goals, the Brownfields Program provides funds and technical assistance to states, local communities, tribes and other stakeholders in economic redevelopment to work together to prevent, assess clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfield sites. More Brownfields Information.
Top of page. Redevelopment of Brownfield Sites. It is.Technical Approaches to Characterizing and Redeveloping Brownfields Sites: Municipal Landfills and Illegal Dumps January (EPA R) This document helps users to understand the problems associated with redevelopment of these sites, the sources of information which may help to assess the sites, and the regulatory groups which should.adapt environmental cleanup programs to the special needs of Brownfields sites.
Revitalizing Brownfields sites has the potential to create benefits throughout the community, including community involvement in the project, job creation, and an increase in residential property values once a nearby Brownfields site is assessed or cleaned up.