Brownfields/Land Renewal

Brownfield Success Stories

The following examples of brownfield redevelopment success stories show innovative and beneficial ways in which environmentally impacted sites in Virginia are being put back to productive use. Find out how you too can take advantage of redevelopment opportunities in Virginia from those that have already done so.

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Brownfields/Land Renewal

DEQ is helping to turn contaminated properties back to productive use across the state as we collaborate with property owners for commonsense, costsavings, and innovative approaches to resolving brownfield issues. We encourage you to learn more about our program, and how we can assist you, by cliDEQ Brownfields logocking any of the text links. And please feel free to contact us directly with any of your comments or questions. Thank you for your interest in our program. For questions, please contact Vincent Maiden with DEQ Vincent.Maiden@deq.virginia.gov
(804) 698-4064 

§ 10.1-1231. Brownfield Restoration and Land Renewal Policy and Programs

It shall be the policy of the Commonwealth to encourage remediation and restoration of brownfields by removing barriers and providing incentives and assistance whenever possible. The Department of Environmental Quality and the Economic Development Partnership and other appropriate agencies shall establish policies and programs to implement these policies, including a Voluntary Remediation Program, the Brownfields Restoration and Redevelopment Fund, and other measures as may be appropriate.

Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser (BFPP)

Requesting a BFPP or other comfort letters from DEQ is quick and easy.   All you need to do is complete a Brownfields Site Environmental Summary for the site that is conveniently available in Word format. This form should be submitted along with recent Environmental Site Assessment Reports and other relevant documents.   These documents can be submitted electronically to Vincent Maiden .  Please note that large files should be sent through a file transfer system. If you have questions please contact  Vincent Maiden  at (804) 698-4064.

Brownfields Conference Presentations 2017

Brownfields Conference Presentations 2015


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Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 1105
Richmond, VA 23218
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