EPA Brownfields Technical Assistance, Training, and Research

Event Date: 
06/22/2016 12 pm PDT

Applications Accecpted Year-Round. The Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Communities Program helps communities, states, tribes and others understand risks associated with contaminated or potentially contaminated properties, called brownfields, and learn how to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse them. EPA funds three organizations—Kansas State University (KSU), the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR)—to serve as independent sources of technical assistance. Each of these TABs has an extensive network of partners, contractors and other contacts that provides services across the country. They help communities tackle a variety of challenges related to identifying, assessing, cleaning up and redeveloping brownfields. The technical assistance comes at no cost to communities. This makes the TAB program a great resource for small, underserved, rural and other communities that might otherwise struggle to address their brownfields.

Planning, Brownfields, Environmental Pollutants, Human Health, Infrastructure, Cleanup, Assessment, Urban Restoration
Funding Amount: 
up to $200,000 per applicant
Matching Funds: 
Not required


Includes Federally recognized Indian Tribal governments, Intertribal Consortia comprised of eligible Indian Tribes; Alaska Native Regional Corporations, Alaska Native Village Corporations, the Metlakatla Indian Community, and non-profit organizations, among others
Contact Information: 
Sarah Sieloff (Regions 2, 9, 10) 415-398-1080, ext. 110 sarah.sieloff@cclr.org www.cclr.org