§22-22-5. Brownfield application; remediation process; brownfield remediation; eligibility; application; remediation loan; and obtaining information from director.
(a) For brownfield property, any environmental remediation undertaken pursuant to this article, by a development authority or any person who did not cause or contribute to the contamination on the property shall comply with the appropriate standards established by the director pursuant to this article and rules promulgated hereunder. After conferring with the director, the person may apply to the director for a site assessment loan under section six of this article. A site assessment must be conducted to establish existing contamination of the site. An application for brownfield remediation must be submitted along with the application fee. The procedures established for voluntary remediation set forth in section four must be followed. The director shall establish a reasonable application fee.

(b) Brownfield sites being remediated by persons who did not cause or contribute to the contamination of the site are eligible for consideration for remediation loans established under article fifteen, chapter thirty-one of this code.

(c) Persons undertaking brownfield remediation, who did not cause or contribute to the contamination of the brownfield site, may obtain all information relating to contamination at the site in the possession of the director prior to engaging in a site assessment.