Grants and Community Programs - Brownfields
BROWNFIELDS UPDATE - JANUARY, 2011
The Missoula Brownfields Committee invites
applications for hazardous waste cleanup funding from
Available as low-interest loans to
private entities—or, potentially, grants to nonprofit or public
landowners—the money may be used to help redevelop polluted “brownfields”
A brownfield is any property where real or perceived environmental contamination is inhibiting reuse. Owners or prospective purchasers of polluted properties may seek Brownfield Program assistance with:
- soil contamination cleanup;
- asbestos cleanup;
- meth contamination;
- methane abatement;
Applications will not be accepted without a pre-application letter having been previously submitted. The following documents outline the application procedures and guidelines for eligibility and participation on the Missoula Brownfields Program:
For more information contact John Adams by phone (406-258-3688) or by email (email@example.com).
Missoula Brownfields Frequently
Missoula’s Brownfields Program depends heavily upon funding by—and therefore complies with regulations promulgated by—EPA. For more information on EPA’s Brownfields Program, including those portions that Missoula has participated in, see http://www.epa.gov/brownfields or contact EPA Region 8 Brownfields Team, (303) 312-6982.
- The City’s Brownfields Program is currently assisting in the cleanup of two sites:
If you would like to receive a quarterly Brownfields newsletter, please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (406) 258-3688.
A building on the former Champion Mill Site