Michigan Funding Summary {Infographic}

From leaking underground storage tank systems to waste management and recycling, cleanup costs for blighted and contaminated sites can add up quickly. Luckily, the state of Michigan has a variety of funds available for environmental cleanup which can help offset the costs. 

PM Environmental, Inc. (PM) is knowledgeable on all of Michigan’s available funds and has extensive experience assisting municipalities and developers in identifying and obtaining funding sources for projects, implementing cost effective environmental site assessments, and where appropriate, cleanup.

We’ve put together a quick reference guide of some of Michigan’s most common funding options for blighted and contaminated sites. 

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PM Environmental Expands Brownfield and Economic Incentive Team

PM Environmental continues to grow and strengthen its Brownfield and Economic Incentive team, and recently hired Corey Levin as Brownfield and Economic Incentives Staff Consultant.  Located in Berkley, Mich., Levin will prepare and analyze financing incentive opportunities for brownfield development projects in Michigan, provide project management and oversight, and write and manage federal and State…

John Hargraves Participates in ICSC Mississippi Brownfields Event

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New Law Will Simplify Approval Process for Brownfield Funding

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