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Technical Assistance for Brownfields Tailored to You

WVU TAB provides free guidance and education on brownfield redevelopment throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

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We provide services to communities, developers, and stakeholders, offering expertise and guidance on a number of brownfield related topics, including health impacts, site assessment, remediation, redevelopment, and reuse.



See an index of resources on key brownfield topics, including guides from US EPA, TAB providers, and other brownfield experts.  Additionally, there are national funding sources and state-specific information available.



The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) funds Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) programs nationwide to provide technical assistance to communities and stakeholders to help address their brownfield sites and increase their involvement in brownfields cleanup, revitalization, and reuse.

WVU TAB provides these services throughout the Mid-Atlantic region:

  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • Washington, D.C.
  • West Virginia

WVU TAB staff and partners are available to educate stakeholders on the brownfield redevelopment process, including:

  • How to Identify a Brownfield
  • Site Reuse Planning Options
  • Ways to Engage Your Community on a Project
  • Impacts on Public Health
  • Types of Environmental Assessments
  • Brownfield Funding Sources
  • Applying for Grants
WVU TAB services are free to communities and stakeholders throughout the region.

Stay updated on the latest events happening weekly

Redlining to Greenlining: Restorative Planning and Brownfield Reuse

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Brownfields Breaking News: Mid-Atlantic TAB, Grant Season, and More

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