A brownfield is a property that may undergo expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.
An Overview of Land Use Control Management Systems (BRNFLD-3)
Section 3 (State and Federal Environmental Program Brownfield Initiatives)
Provides information and how brownfields apply to a wide variety of sites, including industrial properties, old gasoline and service stations, vacant warehouses, former military installations, former dry cleaning facilities, other related commercial services, landfills, scrap yards, and other properties affected by the release or suspected release of hazardous substances or petroleum products.
Integrated DNAPL Site Characterization (ISC-1)
Figure 4-3 (Project Life Cycle)
Figure showing how the conceptual site model for a brownfield investigation changes over time
Sampling, Characterization and Monitoring (SCM-1)
Section 2.4 (Triad Approach Perspective)
Discussion of how the end use of a site (brownfields) will inform the systematic project planning and project decisions.