US EPA Brownfields Assessment Grant

The City of Newberry received $500,000 in grant funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to address brownfield properties. Grant funds are being used to complete environmental site assessments (Phase I and II, and Asbestos and Lead Based Paint Surveys) on selected brownfield sites in the City of Newberry. Other grant activities include community outreach, cleanup and redevelopment planning, and visioning. 

Brownfields

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines a brownfield as a property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.

6.22.23 Brownfields Meeting Agenda

9.28.23 Brownfields Meeting Agenda

12.19.23 Brownfields Meeting Agenda

Click HERE to download the City of Newberry's USEPA Brownfields program brochure.

Haga clic AQUÍ para descargar el folleto del programa USEPA Brownfields de la Ciudad de Newberry en español.

Contacts

Austin Gilly

US EPA Region 4

61 Forsyth Street SW

Atlanta, GA 30303

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Dawn Crowell

synTerra

5015 W W.T. Harris Blvd, Suite C

Charlotte, NC 28269

864.527.4672

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Jeff Wicker

City of Newberry

P.O. Box 538

Newberry, SC 29108

803.321.3645

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Documents

Phase I ESA for 2738 Bay St.

Phase I ESA for 1318 Main St.

Phase I ESA for 1327 Caldwell St.

Phase I ESA for Tench St.

Phase I ESA for 3101 College St.

Phase I ESA for 1107 & 1119 Harrington St.

Phase I ESA for 1302 College St.

Phase I ESA for 540 Brantley St.

Phase I ESA for 2301 Adelaide St.