Connecticut to fund up to $20M in brownfield projects

May 16th, 2014 | By | Category: General

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development has $20 million in grants and loans available in a new round of funding to help remediate and redevelop brownfield sites throughout the state.

Municipalities and economic development agencies are eligible to apply for grant funding of up to $4 million, according to an announcement from Gov. Dannel Malloy. Municipalities, agencies, for-profit and nonprofit developers are eligible to apply for low-interest loan funding of up to $2 million.

Redeveloping Connecticut’s brownfields is critical to the state’s economic transformation, Malloy said in the announcement.

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One Comment to “Connecticut to fund up to $20M in brownfield projects”

  1. elvie says:

    where do I apply for grants or get involved? who is doing the remediation assessments?

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