Welcome to the Florida Brownfields Association

The FBA is a non-profit, volunteer, service organization dedicated to advancing the cleanup and redevelopment of Brownfields in Florida. Brownfields are sites for which their expansion, redevelopment, or reuse may be complicated by actual or perceived contamination. Working in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the FBA is a group of environmental stakeholders and professionals who provide Brownfields information, assistance, and redevelopment strategies to communities and the public in the interest of cleaning up and redeveloping contaminated properties and revitalizing areas.

 

 
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Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Program Annual Report, August 2019

The Florida Brownfields Program facilitates redevelopment of properties and job creating within designated brownfield area by providing incentives for voluntary environmental cleanup and protection of public health.  The report available below is submitted each year to describe the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) progress and level of activity in implementing the Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Act, established in 1997.  See the entire DEP report submitted to the Florida Legislature here.

 Thank you to everyone who attended the FBA Annual Planning Meeting!

Many great ideas and presentations came from the Planning Meeting held in Tallahassee February 7 & 8, 2019.  DEP gave updates on programs and discussions were held on further items.  These will be posted as available.  The FBA Legislative and Technical Committees will be joining forces to work on a number of issues that came from this collaboration.  More on this to follow.

The Madison Street Strategies gave a presentation on Florida Opportunities Zones and it can be seen here

 

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE ANNUAL FBA EJ WORKSHOP
August 5 & 6, 2019

“Ensuring Environmental Justice and Equitable
Development in an Opportunity Zone”