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Answers About the Brownfields Marketplace

The DNREC Remediation Section welcomes questions about the Brownfields Marketplace. Below are some questions that have been asked in the past and answers to those questions.

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Remediation Section 391 Lukens Drive New Castle, Delaware 19720 302-395-2600


Delaware Brownfields Marketplace

The Delaware Brownfields Marketplace lists brownfield sites in Delaware that are available for potential redevelopment. Developers may apply for grants to investigate and clean up these properties and receive liability protection for past environmental contamination.
Learn About Brownfields


The Transformers

You may not have heard about them, but there are brownfields all over Delaware. They’re neither pretty nor healthy. That is, until we step in to clean them up and make way for redevelopment.


Notification of Public Comment for a Brownfield Development Agreement for the Former Thompson Gas Station Site, Laurel, DE (DE-1472)

DNREC’s Remediation Section has negotiated a Brownfield Development Agreement with Laurel Redevelopment Corporation regarding the Former Thompson Gas Station Site, located at 202 Central Avenue, in Laurel.


Notification of Public Comment for a Brownfield Development Agreement for the Deerfield Farms Site (DE-1701)

DNREC’s Remediation Section negotiated a Brownfield Development Agreement with The Conservation Fund, A NonProfit Corporation, regarding the Deerfield Farms Site, located at 5075 West Dennys Road in Dover, which may have had a release of hazardous substances as a result of historical activities on site.


Notification of Negotiations Concerning a Prospective Purchaser Agreement for the Cavaliers Country Club – Operable Unit 1A Site, (DE-1600)

DNREC is negotiating a Prospective Purchaser Agreement with Cavaliers Redevelopment L.P. regarding the Cavaliers Country Club Operable Unit 1A Site (DE-1600) located at 100 Addison Drive, in Newark. The Site requires remedial action due to historic activities on site.





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