TAB Program

TAB provides free technical assistance to communities and other stakeholders with brownfields redevelopment efforts including free workshops, webinars, online training, and e-tools.


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Brownfields Inventory Tool (BiT)
The Brownfield Inventory Tool (BiT) is a FREE, online, comprehensive site inventory and brownfields program management tool. BiT was designed especially for users working under an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cooperative agreement, but any entity working on establishing a site inventory database will find BiT useful in consolidating environmental and administrative information from sites in multiple programs.
TAB EZ is a FREE online tool intended to streamline and simplify the grant writing process when applying for EPA brownfields assessment and cleanup grants. TAB EZ is very user friendly, offers helpful hints for addressing proposal requirements, and links to additional resources. 
Use TAB EZ by logging into your TAB account and selecting 'TAB EZ' under Online Tools.
  • U.S. EPA announces the selection of 151 communities nationwide to receive Brownfields Assessment and Cleanup Funding. See the full press release here.
  • U.S. EPA announces KSU TAB as one of six groups selected to receive grant funding under the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program. See the full announcement here.
  • Mark your calendar. 2021 Brownfields Conference new dates announced as December 8-11, 2021 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Stay up to date on Conference details.  
  • Make sure to follow our KSU TAB Facebook page to keep up to date on exciting news and events!

Upcoming Workshops and Webinars

Tribal Resilience and Indigenous Planning Virtual Workshop Series: Part 2 Asset Mapping; June 24, 2021. Click here for details.

Brownfield Redevelopment Process Interactive Webinar Series: Module 7 Show Me the Money - Brownfield Financing Part 2; June 30, 2021. Click here for details.

Tribal Resilience and Indigenous Planning Virtual Workshop Series: Modeling Community Population; July 15, 2021 and July 22, 2021. Click here for details.

Free assistance is available to Cities, Non-Profit, and Tribal Organizations
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KSU TAB Provides Services in Regions:
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