EPA grants R.I. $925K to clean up brownfield sites

FESTIVAL PIER IN PAWTUCKET was once a brownfield site that was revamped with funding from the EPA. / COURTESY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
FESTIVAL PIER IN PAWTUCKET was once a brownfield site that was revamped with funding from the EPA. / COURTESY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
PROVIDENCE - Three communities in Rhode Island – Woonsocket, Providence and Central Falls – have received a combined $925,000 for brownfield site redevelopment, the state congressional delegation announced on Wednesday. “Here’s an example of why the EPA is important to everyday Rhode Islanders.  Brownfield funding helps transform blighted property, creates jobs and paves the way for…

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