Land Use, Title Insurance & Environmental Law

An Opportunity For Continuous Improvement

Brownfields remediation program off to good start, but revisions could be on the way

We are about two months shy of the first year anniversary of Connecticut's new Brownfields Revitalization and Remediation Program. This first-of-its-kind program in the country, which came into law via Section 17 of Public Act No. 11-141, has put Connecticut at the head of the class when it comes to incentivizing the remediation and redevelopment of brownfields. So, how are we doing to date and is there room for improvement?

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