The Sixth Annual Northwest Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Forum was held Thursday, June 14 at Jackson County Agriculture Center. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Northwest District, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and West Florida and Apalachee Regional Planning Councils invite local governments, investors, developers, and other interested parties to learn about Florida’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program.
The Brownfields program facilitates redevelopment and job creation by empowering communities, local governments, and other stakeholders to work together to assess, clean up and reuse properties that may have been previously impacted by pollutants.
For more information on the Brownfields program, please contact:
850-332-7976, ext. 280
The Inn in Tallahassee case study: clean closure with background arsenic demonstration — Brad Tompa, P.G., Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Refuse to Revitalization case study: developing trench & fill solid waste — Jill Johnson, P.G., Geosyntec Consultants
Pensacola Redevelopment in Submerged Lands — Rebecca Ferguson, City of Pensacola & Ben Clabaugh, P.G., PPM
DEP Division of Waste Update — Joe Ullo, P.E., J.D., DEP
What’s New for EPA Brownfield Program — Barbara Alfano, EPA
Brownfields, Historic Trails & Cultural Assets in China — Trey Hess, P.E., PPM
Practical Benefits and Issues in the Redevelopment of Brownfield Sites
Grant Writing: “Writing to Win” — Leslie Sykes, Cardno