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1 the number of Brownfield Technology Centers in China       50 the number of states that have Voluntary Cleanup Programs   1,400,000,000 number of acres in the lower 48 states that are rural and have nonfederal land use 4 the number of greenfield acres preserved from the development of 1 acre of brownfield (U.S. EPA)GEORGIA COUNTS Georgia brownfields might be small—65% are less than 5 acres—but brownfield redevelopment is big. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division processed 75 brownfield applications in 2007. To date, more than 225 properties have been enrolled in the program, which began in 2003. Investigation and cleanup have been certified complete at 106 properties, 21 in 2007. The program receives about $1 million annually from the U.S. EPA. 75 the number of brownfield applications submitted to the Georgia EPD in 2007 Data on the brownfield industry is becoming available. If you have any facts, figures or statistics…Log In to Read Full Article

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