Great Lakes Environmental Finance Center
In May 1999, the Great Lakes Environmental Finance Center (GLEFC) conducted a strategy-building workshop in Duluth, Minnesota. The purpose of the workshop was to assist the City of Duluth in its efforts to develop actions leading to the successful redevelopment of the USX/Cement Plant site. Particular emphasis was placed on financing strategies pertinent to properties with a history of environmental contamination, often characterized as brownfields. Due to its long history as an industrial site, the 65-acre Cement Plant had its share of perceived environmental contamination, as well as real contaminants detected during previous site assessments and a current Phase I assessment.
Toth, Kirstin and Iannone, Donald T., "Redevelopment Strategies for the USX/Cement Plant Site in Duluth, Minnesota," (1999). All Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Publications. 0 1 2 3 312.