Managing Environmental Risk for Property Redevelopment
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) invites you to attend “Managing Environmental Risk for Property Redevelopment”, a Kansas Long-term Stewardship Program Workshop being held on April 12, 2017, at the Finnup Center for Conservation Education in Garden City, Kansas and April 13, 2017 at Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Goddard, Kansas. The Workshop is designed to offer a suite of tools to help prospective redevelopers and other stakeholders understand, manage, and mitigate the risks associated with environmental contamination on redevelopment properties across Kansas.
- Contaminated Property Redevelopment Act authorizing the Secretary of KDHE to issue Certificates of Environmental Liability Release to Perspective purchasers of contaminated property
- Environmental Use Controls and how they can assist with property transactions and redevelopment projects
- Risk Management Program
- Kansas Brownfields Program Assistance and other Redevelopment Resources
- Online tools and resources for redevelopment planning
Who Should Attend? Commercial developers, lenders, real estate professionals, environmental consultants, construction managers, economic development and land management authorities, or supporting parties otherwise involved in property acquisition and subsequent abatement or environmental remediation.
To register for this event, please complete and submit the attached registration form. For additional workshop details visit the workshop webpage: http://www.kdheks.gov/remedial/euc/environmental_risk_workshop.html.
For inquiries, questions or more information, you may contact Rachel Pierson (785.296.1673/ email@example.com) or Andrea Schiller using the contact information below.