The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services was awarded a $1 million Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant by the US Environmental Protection Agency on August 3, 2009. This grant was awarded to DES in cooperation with our coalition members North Country Council Inc. (NCC) and the city of Berlin. The grant provides funding for the inventorying and assessment of Brownfields sites and the preparation of cleanup planning documents for assessed Brownfields sites. Although the terms of the grant primarily limit funded work to Coos, Grafton and Carroll counties, the grant allows DES to conduct statewide site inventorying and allows it to provide Brownfields assessment and cleanup planning assistance elsewhere in the state, provided the serviced communities have socioeconomic characteristics similar to those of the North Country communities.
Eligible parties (municipalities, quasi-governmental agencies, and non-profits) interested in receiving site identification and inventorying services or cleanup planning services should contact the DES Brownfields Program Coordinator for further information as follows:
H. Keith DuBois, P.G.
Hazardous Waste Remediation Bureau
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
29 Hazen Drive; PO Box 95
Concord, NH 03302-0095
Coalition Assessment Grant Program Updates
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- 49 Gilbert Street, Berlin
- 97 Main Street, Berlin
- 102 Granite Street, Berlin
- Former Brown Company R&D Site
- Former Notre Dame High School (Former Burgess School), Berlin
- Cote Block, Berlin
- Dummer Yard, Berlin
- Fraser Paper Administration Building Site
- Gensamer Residence
- Groveton Paper Mill Parcels, village of Groveton, town of Northumberland
- J-Town Deli
- St. Joseph’s School, Berlin
- Maplehurst Hotel, Bethlehem
- Redstone Salvage
- Whitcher Sawmill
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