Articles cover legislation of disposal of electronic materials, nuclear waste, solid waste and three discussions of the Brownfields tax incentive, intended to encourage private citizens to clean up hazardous waste on their properties.
What does BFTI stand for?
BFTI stands for Brownfields Tax Incentive
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Samples in periodicals archive:
198 brownfields tax incentive permanent, none of these bills has been considered by the House Ways and Means Committee.
For each of these states, ATSDR is using its geographic information system (GIS) to identify economically distressed census tracts eligible for the Brownfields Tax Incentive and to attempt to integrate information on economic development, environmental regulation, and populations potentially affected by redevelopment.
Because the Riverside Mills and Lincoln Lace and Braid Mill sites are located within DEM's brownfields pilot area, they are eligible for the new Federal Brownfields Tax Incentive.
Gore also called on Congress to pass the administration's $2 million brownfields tax incentive legislative package, included in the President's FY 98 budget.
BOMA International also supports the Brownfields tax incentive, which would allow the full deduction of clean-up costs in the year in which they are incurred.
In March 1996, President Clinton proposed a brownfields tax incentive for those who clean up and redevelop contaminated abandoned properties.
Seif today reminded Pennsylvania employers that the new federal Brownfields Tax Incentive Program will lower costs for cleaning up and reusing industrial sites.