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RFQ United States Environmental Protection Agency Community-Wide Hazardous Mater

United States Environmental Protection Agency
Community-Wide Hazardous Materials and Petroleum
Assessment Grant

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded the City of Gardiner, Maine (the City) two $200,000 Brownfields grants during their FY2013 competition, to assess sites for potential hazardous substance and petroleum contamination. The City requests statements of qualifications for consulting services to implement the grant.

The City seeks a qualified environmental professional (QEP) firm experienced in performing federal Brownfields assessment programs. Interested firms must demonstrate their corporate and individual staff experience in identifying and inventorying Brownfields properties, implementing all phases of environmental site assessments, conducting on-going public outreach measures, evaluating the reuse potential of specific properties, and providing assistance for securing additional funding sources focused on economic redevelopment, community betterment or environmental protection.

FMI: Contact Nate Rudy by email

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