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Committee on Energy and CommerceCommittee on Transportation and InfrastructureWater Resources and EnvironmentIntroducedMay 13th, 2010
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Brownfields Reauthorization Act of 2010
To amend the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 to reauthorize and improve the Brownfields revitalization program, and for other purposes.
Brownfields Reauthorization Act of 2010 - Amends the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 to: (1) include nonprofit organizations within the meaning of "eligible entity" for purposes of brownfields revitalization funding; (2) increase the limit on the maximum amount of a grant for brownfields remediation for each site; (3) authorize the President to transfer any duties under the brownfield remediation grant program to the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); (4) revise eligibility requirements for brownfields revitalization funding; (5) require the Administrator to establish a program to provide multi-purpose grants to inventory, characterize, assess, conduct planning related to, or remediate brownfield sites in an area; (6) require the Administrator to establish a program to make competitive grants to be used at brownfield sites for projects that reduce environmental impact, increase community livability, and encourage sustainability; (7) authorize the Administrator to assign EPA employees to entities servings small, disadvantaged, or rural communities to build local capacity for the remediation and revitalization of brownfield sites in such communities; (8) increase and extend funding for brownfields revitalization; (9) require at least 7.5% of such funding to be used to carry out projects that reduce environmental impact, increase community livability, and encourage sustainability; and (10) increase and extend funding for state response programs established under such Act.