|From:||Amber Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||06 Apr 1998 12:23:43|
|Subject:||Cal/EPA's new brownfields policy|
> >Adapted from the Cal/EPA OEHHA REA Program newsletter, March 1998 > >Many California communities are burdened with abandoned or under-used >properties that are contaminated or thought to be contaminated. These >properties are commonly referred to as "brownfields." DTSC has developed a >number of ways to encourage the cleanup and redevelopment of "brownfields." >The most recent method is the "Prospective Purchaser" policy and the >"Prospective Purchaser" fact sheet. > >The purpose of the "Prospective Purchaser" policy is to remove or lesson the >liability that purchasers of contaminated properties often face. This policy >includes a model agreement with a "covenant not to sue," an application >form, and eligibility criteria. The "Prospective Purchaser" fact sheet >highlights the major features of the new policy. Both of these documents, as >well as other "brownfields" incentives, are available on DTSC's internet >homepage: http://www.calepa.ca.gov/dtsc.htm. > >To find out more about Cal/EPA' DTSC's Prospective Policy, obtain a >Prospective Purchaser Policy Agreement (PPA) application, or inquire about >other Brownfields Initiatives, contact: > >Sandy Karinen >Headquarters, Statewide Cleanup Operation Division >Cal/EPA DTSC >P.O. Box 806 (400 P Street) >Sacramento, CA 95812-0806 >(916) 323-3376 > >Fran Anderson >Northern California-Central Cleanup Operations Branch >Cal/EPA DTSC >10151 Croydon Way, Sutie 3 >Sacramento, CA 95827 >(916) 255-3733 > >Lynn Nakashima >Northern California-Coastal Cleanup Operations Branch >Cal/EPA DTSC >700Heinz Avenue, Suite 200 >Berkeley, CA 94710 >(10) 540-3839 > >Don Johnson >Southern California-Cleanup Operations Branch >Cal/EPA DTSC >1011 N. Grandview Avenue >Glendale, CA 91201 > >bpp > >
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