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Funding Opportunity: Technical Assistance to Brownfields Program
December 22, 2020
The EPA has announced the availability of funds and solicits applications from eligible entities, including nonprofit organizations, to provide technical assistance to communities and stakeholders to help address their brownfield sites, and to increase their understanding and involvement in brownfields cleanup, revitalization, and reuse.
The Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program provides technical assistance to communities and stakeholders to help address their brownfield sites, and to increase their understanding and involvement in brownfields cleanup, revitalization and reuse. The TAB Program is funded by EPA and available to all stakeholders.
TAB grant recipients (also known as TAB providers) serve as an independent resource and can provide expert technical assistance and guidance to help communities, among other things, understand:
- acquiring, assessing, cleaning up and redeveloping brownfield properties;
- the health impacts of brownfield sites;
- how science and technology are used for site assessment, remediation, redevelopment and reuse; and
- how to comply with voluntary cleanup requirements.
EPA’s Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Communities Program: Transforming environmental liabilities into community assets provides information on TAB providers by region of the country and on the types of assistance available through the program.