Remediated 30,000 tons of soil, initially ex situ with a pugmill, with subsequent phases treated in situ
For the first time, Michigan is using state grant funding, $1 million worth, to clean up a brownfield for solar energy use. The new solar project, located in Cadillac, will provide clean energy to the local community. Read more. These case studies are examples of the extensive work EnviroBlend has completed across the United [...]
For 15 years the EPA has been working on remediating a pine-tar polluted site in Gainesville, FL. Local businesses have complained about the smell from the site, however, excavation over the coming months should put those concerns to rest. Read more.
The EPA announced that it will no longer continue funding the cleanup of a superfund site in Española, NM. After 10 years with little success, the EPA says that it is no longer legally obligated to keep trying. Read more.
Four Northeast Wisconsin communities can begin cleanup projects thanks to some Brownfield Grants. A total of $90,000 will be split among the communities for redevelopment and future projects such as affordable housing. Read more.
The Township Committee of Hainesport, NJ has redevelopment plans for a 3.4-acre contaminated property. If approved for a Brownfield Grant, the township will move forward with turning the contaminated land into affordable housing. Read more.
Close to 100 rural Montana residents are going toe-to-toe against BP in a case that has reached the U.S. Supreme Court. The Montanans are stating that BP needs to go beyond Superfund law requirements for cleanup. Read more.