The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released an updated fact sheet for its Brownfields and Land Revitalization Program. The fact sheet highlights the program's accomplishments, results and impact on communities.

EPA’s Brownfields and Land Revitalization Program invests in communities across the nation, often providing the initial seed money that encourages brownfields reuse. Since 2002, the program has provided communities with grants and technical assistance that helps them tackle the range of environmental health and economic challenges caused by brownfield properties.

As of October 2020, the program has cleaned up 2,114 properties, placed 13,294 students into full-time positions and leveraged $35.65 billion.

Learn more about the EPA program by viewing the fact sheet here.