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Fact Sheet for Dover, Delaware Rapid Health Impact Assessment

From summer 2017 until early 2018, EPA conducted a rapid Health Impact Assessment (HIA) with the City of Dover and Kent County, Delaware to help the City and County make decisions concerning the redevelopment of a downtown Dover property. This property is a brownfield site – a formerly contaminated property – that has been cleaned up. The Fact Sheet linked below provides background information on the project and the final report.

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  • Dover Delaware Rapid Health Impact Assessment (PDF)(1 pg, 229 K, June 29, 2018)
    Officials are seeking to redevelop a formerly contaminated property, or brownfield, to spur revitalization in the Downtown Dover area. They are looking to increase food production with aquaponics, a type of farming that grows fish and plants together.