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Welcome to the Indiana Brownfields Program. Our mission is to encourage and assist investment in the redevelopment of brownfield properties by helping communities via educational, financial, technical and legal assistance to identify and mitigate environmental barriers that impede local economic growth. To receive updates regarding our program, subscribe to our listserv through the “Sign Up” widget at the lower left of this page.
Miscellaneous news and resources:
Two BSU/TAB/EPA/Indiana Brownfields Program Workshops were held on June 16-17 in Indianapolis.
To access workshop materials, check out https://www.ksutab.org/education/workshops/details?id=166
Pre-Brownfields 2015 National Conference events, September 1, Chicago, IL
• Trainings and Workshops – 9:00am - 4:00pm, Palmer House Hilton, 17 East Monroe Street – For registration, click here.
August 2014 Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program co-hosted Brownfield workshop materials available at https://www.ksutab.org/education/workshops/details?id=117 and at http://cms.bsu.edu/about/administrativeoffices/bbc/training/brownfields
State & Local Resources web links listed under the National Brownfields 2013 Conference/Economic Redevelopment Forum/Stakeholder Marketplace/Resources Directory
State Revolving Fund Loan Program Funding: Brownfield Remediation Nonpoint Source Projects Fact Sheet
The IDEM Remediation Closure Guide Nonrule Policy Documentand Remediation Program Guide (RPG) are effective and are published in the Indiana Register.
U.S. EPA Brownfield Guidance Documents available here
Two U.S. EPA Urban Agriculture Guidance Documents available here
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City of Richmond – Proposed Federal Loan Funding for Cleanup at the Former Carpenter Bus Manufacturing Site located at 1100 Industries Road, Richmond, Wayne County
Administrative Record Index
A former Studebaker facility has been redeveloped into a new transfer/recycling station in South Bend, referred to as Green Tech Recycling (Green Tech). This is a great example of how thinking green for the environment can bring cost savings, new jobs, and community enrichment.
After a long industrial past, the former Studebaker Plant 8 facility sat vacant for 12 years. Mother Earth LLC (Mother Earth) then acquired the property in 2005 and invested $4 million for its demolition, remediation, and redevelopment. The Indiana Brownfields Program provided $45,123 in assessment and remediation grants to Saint Joseph County for the project, and the City of South Bend provided $67,000 in funding from a brownfield assessment grant that it received from the U.S. EPA.