We are a team with diverse expertise, ranging from environmental pollution and remediation to urban planning, public health and social work. Supported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Assistance for Brownfields Program, the UConn TAB supports New England communities to advance investigation, cleanup and redevelopment of abandoned, potentially contaminated sites, protect public health and promote environmental justice.
We offer a wide range of services, including document and grant proposal review, guidance with regulatory, technical and economic issues, planning and organization of community engagement actions, and continuing education on diverse topics related to brownfields. To join our mailing list please fill out the form here.
EPA Region 1 Brownfields and Land Revitalization Program and State partners offer additional technical assistance programs, you may find more information on the EPA Region 1 Technical Assistance Fact Sheet.
Not sure where to start? Reach out to us today for a consultation:
UConn TAB Spring Webinar Series
Join UConn TAB for our Spring Webinar series. Links to register for the webinars as well as more information will be updated continuously.
Main Street Now 2023 Event
The Main Street Now 2023 conference will be held in Boston, Massachusetts from March 27 - 29! Register today and join fellow commercial district revitalization leaders from across the country for three days of education sessions, special events, mobile workshops, and opportunities to explore the host city, including 20 Main Street neighborhoods.
EJSCREEN Short Course
Interested in learning more about EJSCREEN and how to incorporate the data to improve your grant applications? Take our short course on EJSCREEN!
EPA Region 1 MARC Grant Webinars
Two Regional Application Outreach sessions are planned for this year. Specific times for the regional meetings will be announced soon.
EPA National MARC Grant Webinars
The FY23 Brownfields Multipurpose, Assessment, RLF, and Cleanup Grant Guidelines are now available. To help in your submission, the EPA has put together webinars for guidance on each grant type.
UConn TAB Hosts Community Event in Claremont, NH
On September 29th, UConn TAB helped their Summer MAP recipient, the Town of Claremont, with a public workshop wherein they discussed the initial results of their redevelopment scenarios report for the Sugar River Land sites.