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City wins brownfields grants for solar farm sites

04 Jan 2021 10:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Valley Breeze (RI)

The city recently received $484,400 in brownfields remediation grants for cleanup at three polluted sites around the city, including two sites proposed for reuse as solar farms.

The largest grant was $292,800 for the redevelopment of the former Seville Dye property on First Avenue. The funds will be used to install a bioventing remedial system on the city-owned site to address petroleum-impacted soils. The city has proposed a 1.5-megawatt solar array for the site.

Another grant of $100,000 was awarded for site preparation at 92–176 Sunnyside Ave, two adjacent former industrial parcels the city has also proposed for reuse as a solar farm.

For the entire article, see

https://www.valleybreeze.com/2020-12-22/woonsocket-north-smithfield/city-wins-brownfields-grants-solar-farm-sites#.X-esBC1h1p8

Posted January 4, 2021

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