Connecticut Brownfields Inventory
Connecticut defines Brownfields in Section 32-760 of the Connecticut General Statutes as “any abandoned or underutilized site where redevelopment, reuse or expansion has not occurred due to the presence or potential presence of pollution in the buildings, soil or groundwater that requires investigation or remediation before or in conjunction with the restoration, redevelopment, reuse and expansion of the property.”
DEEP Brownfields List
- Sites that have received grants or loans for brownfield assessment and/ or remediation through the Department of Economic & Community Development’s (DECD) Office of Brownfield Remediation & Redevelopment (OBRD);
- Sites that have received grants or loans for brownfield assessment and/or remediation through the US Environmental Protections Agency’s brownfields grant and revolving loan fund programs. A list of these sites is also available at EPA’s Cleanups in my Community website by filtering for sites located in Connecticut; and
- Sites that have been accepted into one of the liability relief programs administered by DECD or DEEP, including the Abandoned Brownfields Cleanup Program, the Brownfields Remediation & Revitalization Program, and the Municipal Brownfield Liability Relief Program.
- For sites where the Data Source is listed as "MBLR," please contact DEEP.Brownfields@ct.gov at for further information.
- For sites where the Data Source is listed as “DECD”, “ABC”, or “BRRP”, please contact OBRD at email@example.com .
- For sites where the Data Source is listed as “EPA”, please contact Jim Byrne, EPA Region 1’s Brownfields Coordinator.
Content Last Updated September 26, 2023