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New Mexico Brownfield Sites

Q: What is a Brownfield Site?

A: A brownfield site is a previously developed piece of land that is not currently in use. It may be affected by contamination, but this is not required for a site to be considered brownfield. The term is also used to describe land previously used for industrial or commercial purposes with known or suspected pollution including possible soil contamination due to hazardous waste.

New Mexico has hundreds of Brown​field sites that should be considered for first-line location sites

Support New Mexico in transitioning to clean energy, while avoiding unnecessary risks to our communities and further destruction to our environment.  

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