brownfields

About Brownfields
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, "Brownfields are abandoned, idled, or underused industrial and commercial facilities where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination." There are an estimated 500,000+ brownfield sites in the United States alone. Current estimates place the cost of cleaning up the nation's brownfields at $650 billion.  Despite these costs, brownfields and other blighted real estate represent buying, leasing, selling and remediating opportunities. 


Through our
ALR Solutions, we analyze the availability of value enhancement tools, such as insurance and financing mechanisms. We work with both the private and public sector, including economic development officials, not only in both acquiring and revitalizing these sites, but also to provide corporate clients with the best possible savings and incentives to relocate. See leasing. Through our ALR Network of design/build, technology and other partners, these previously ugly, dead properties may be given new, productive life.


The result? American Land Recycling turns brownfields into greenbacks and fulfills our dream to revitalize these and other properties in order to do our part to rebuild our nation's blighted areas. 

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