RRC Brownfields Response Program (BRP)

The objective of the BRP is to restore Brownfield properties in communities across Texas by increasing the redevelopment potential of abandoned oil and gas sites. The RRC BRP provides technical and financial support for redevelopment with little to no cost to local governments, non-profit organizations, tribes, universities, school districts and economic development corporations through a brownfield grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Goals of the BRP

  • Provide grant-funded phase I and II environmental site assessments for targeted Brownfields sites
  • Provide no cost cleanups on qualified sites
  • Coordinate the approach to site assessment, cleanup and redevelopment through the RRC's Voluntary Cleanup Program

General Information

If you believe you have a Brownfields site in need of environmental site assessment, please contact us at:

Brownfields Response Program (BRP)
Site Remediation Section
Oil and Gas Division
Phone: 512-463-6765
Email: SR-VCP-BRP@rrc.texas.gov.

 

Related Press Releases:

Cleanup Program Helps Nueces County Develop Former Oilfield Site Into Mall (August 4, 2008)

RRC's Voluntary Cleanup Program Helps Corpus Christi Company Prepare Former Oilfield Site for Veteran's Cemetery (October 26, 2006)

Brownfields Redevelopment in the Texas Coastal Bend (February 12, 2004)

Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) Awarded EPA Grant to Address Brownfields (September 25, 2003)

Voluntary Cleanup Program Sees First Completion (December 17, 2003)

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