EPA Provides $1 Million to New York City and North Hempstead, Long Island to Support Assessments, Cleanups and Revitalization of Contaminated Properties

(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is providing nearly $1 million to New York City and North Hempstead, Long Island to help those communities clean up abandoned and contaminated sites. The funding was awarded through EPA’s Brownfields Program, which helps communities assess, clean up, redevelop and reuse contaminated properties View full post on U.S. EPA Air News

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