ASTI Environmental is one of five environmental consultants that have been selected by Oakland County to manage its$600,000 EPA Brownfield Assessment Grant — $500,000 for hazardous substances and $100,000 for petroleum substances.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Wednesday announced state incentives for six community redevelopment projects that are projected to invest more than $82.2 million in Michigan and create 213 new, direct jobs in Michigan.
The Macomb County Department of Planning and Economic Development has been awarded a $1 million grant by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to create a Revolving Loan Fund.
Oakland County will receive a $600,000 federal grant to help local communities and developers determine if contaminated land can be reclaimed and redeveloped.
The Michigan Economic Growth Authority Wednesday approved work plans for four brownfield redevelopment projects expected to generate $39.4 million in new investment and create or retain 512 direct jobs.
An upscale development led by former NFL star and Detroit native Jerome Bettis will receive a fresh start with a $20 million cleanup of a former tire factory along the Detroit River.
State officials Wednesday formally unveiled the new economic and urban revitalization tax breaks that will replace tax credit programs dating back to the Granholm and Engler administrations.
The Michigan Economic Growth Authority Tuesday approved tax incentives for 15 companies choosing to expand or locate in Michigan, as well as two brownfield redevelopment projects.
State support for 11 brownfield redevelopment projects in Lansing, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Flint and Hamtramck and six business expansions mean nearly $500 million in new investment in the state