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FDEP Brownfield Symposium June 7 and 8

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is hosting its 5th Annual Brownfield Symposium in Sebring, FL, Wednesday, June 7 and Thursday, June 8. FDEP invites all interested parties to the free event to learn about grants, loans, cleanup and successful Brownfield sites. For more information, call Terry Cerullo or Martha Avila at 239-344-5600.

Register for the event at www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2707486/SD-Event-Registration-Form-Brownfields-Symposium.

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