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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
EPA’s Brownfield Program provides grants and technical assistance to communities, states, tribes and others to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse these contaminated properties. The ALBFA will collaborate with the EPA to help our stakeholders understand current federal environmental and redevelopment policies and to provide feedback to the agency for development of future policies. EPA representatives will provide technical assistance and education at the various workshops, seminars, and conferences organized by the ALBFA, as well as grant funding for eligible communities. This collaboration will provide insight to our members on how to navigate a project through the unique environmental and regulatory issues associated with brownfield redevelopment.

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)
ADEM is committed to helping municipalities, communities and developers throughout Alabama reclaim and redevelop environmentally contaminated real estate. ADEM’s Brownfield Program presents municipalities, developers and ALBFA members with a wealth of opportunities and information that help them redevelop contaminated or unused sites, thus creating valuable, profitable and environmentally sound property that benefits every member of the community

The ALBFA is working to develop other partnerships with whom the Association shares common goals. Some examples of partnerships being sought are:
- Alabama State Bar
- Alabama League of Municipalities
- Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute
- National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP)
- Manufacture Alabama

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