The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency defines a Brownfield as real property that may be contaminated by the presence or the potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant. Some examples of Brownfield properties include gasoline service stations, junkyards, dry cleaners, former manufacturing facilities or vacant land exposed at some time to contaminants.
Brownfield contamination impacts redevelopment and re-investment opportunities in our community. When brownfields are assessed, cleaned up, and returned to productive use by reducing the environmental hazards on these sites our community benefits.
Pioneer can assist in the navigation of the financial and regulatory requirements of Brownfield redevelopment. Pioneers personnel have over fifty years of collective experience with environmental site evaluation, navigating the New Jersey Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) requirements and remedial site cleanups for private, public and industrial clients to obtain case closures.