The federal program aims to provide state funds for the development and operation of such programs. In addition, grants are provided to local communities for the assessment and remediation of wastelands on a competitive basis. The Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act came into force in 2002. It describes environmental liability, the circumstances in which it is deferred to the state and the circumstances in which it remains at the federal level. Obviously, the process also depends on the conditions of each site, as well as the final use proposed by the developer. For example, residential uses generally require more samples to protect public health than industrial use. Some sites already have sufficient environmental data and there is no need to provide further assessment data. This saves time and costs. Some sites require a higher rating than others. Many sites have motivated developers who respond to our technical guides and sample sites without delay. Others react less quickly and find themselves in a slower mode of development. In addition, each brownfield agreement has a public comment period of 30 days, which must be taken into account in the timetable.

Even if you compare other cleanup programs with the liability protection provided for this purpose, most developers who have faced environmental problems at other sites outside of the Brownfields program will say that it is extremely fast. Learn more about working with denbein owners to secure continuous and secure reuse and compliance with Duncklee-Dunham`s experience with the North Carolina Brownfields Program and for projects funded by US EPA Brownfields grants. We have experience in cooperating with regional and national clients, as well as with local, regional and government governments. Our employees are able to understand fallow transactions not only from a technical point of view, but also from a rural development and regulatory point of view. We are currently using projects with a total area of more than 800 hectares and we are over $250 million in total investment from private developers and local communities in North Carolina. These projects vary in size, history and contamination and include two high-quality public benefits in the Redevelopment Now option option of the North Carolina Brownfields program. For more information on the location of the wasteland in North Carolina, see the Brownfields project map. Although the Braunland National Program does not have pre-financing for private interested parties, a Brownfields agreement obtained under the program gives the developer the right to exempt the property tax for property improvements for a period of five years.

This exclusion can be more than cost-effective for the evaluation and remediation measures of many projects.