The Georgia Brownfield Association (GBA) is a non-profit advocacy and education organization formed by leading development, legal, engineering, risk management, economic development and other professionals with a shared interest in cleaning and redeveloping contaminated properties and revitalizing surrounding areas in the State of Georgia. The Georgia Brownfield Association was formed to ensure our State benefits from the continued clean up of and reinvestment in environmentally impacted and underutilized properties in Georgia. The association will continue the efforts of many of its members to help ensure the most supportive legislative and regulatory environment – and to educate business, civic, community and government leadership about the benefits of revitalization.
The Georgia Brownfield Association will be active at the legislature and collaborate with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division to help ensure that regulatory issues do not impede responsible and sustainable redevelopment in Georgia. GBA will also collaborate with like-minded organizations with shared interests in economic development, environmental sustainability and related social challenges. The Georgia Brownfield Association desires to educate and inspire business, civic and political decision makers about the opportunities presented by brownfields in our State.