Brownfield Site

by | Apr 11, 2024 | Glossary | 0 comments

Contaminated Land Development: Brownfield Sites

A brownfield site refers to a parcel of land that was previously developed and used for industrial or commercial purposes, but is now abandoned, underused, or contaminated to some extent. These sites may have hazardous substances, pollutants, or other contaminants present in the soil or water due to past industrial activities. Brownfield sites often require environmental remediation or cleanup before they can be redeveloped for other purposes such as residential, commercial, or recreational use. The redevelopment of brownfield sites can help revitalize communities, promote sustainable land use, and mitigate urban sprawl.

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