The resource database is intended to provide users with a thorough listing of the government agencies, regional and national non-profits, community groups and businesses working on brownfields-related issues in their state and region. This database includes local, state, and federal government offices and programs; businesses; insurers; environmental consultants; web-based resources; community groups; community development corporations; associations; national organizations; and regional organizations.
The information in this database may not be current. The Environmental Law Institute is verifying and updating all of the entries and hopes to have a revised database available in the next few months. The Environmental Law Institute does not endorse and is not responsible for services provided by the organizations listed in this database.
Please note: This search will find the organizations with offices in the selected state. For a comprehensive search of organizations working in your state, please perform a “Nationwide” search in addition.