EPA Provides $200,000 to Camden, New Jersey to Support Assessment, Cleanup and Reuse of Contaminated Properties

EPA Provides 0,000 to Camden, New Jersey to Support Assessment, Cleanup and Reuse of Contaminated Properties
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today it is providing $200,000 to the City of Camden
Redevelopment Agency in Camden, New Jersey to create a plan for revitalizing the Mt. Ephraim Choice Neighborhood. This funding
is part of EPA’s Brownfields Area-Wide Planning program, which helps communities develop specific strategies that integrate the
cleanup and reuse of brownfields sites in larger, coordinated efforts to revitalize neighborhoods
EPA Provides 0,000 to Camden, New Jersey to Support Assessment, Cleanup and Reuse of Contaminated Properties
Source: EPA Water news

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