Brownfield meaning

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A piece of industrial or commercial property that is abandoned or underused and often environmentally contaminated, especially one considered as a potential site for redevelopment.
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Real estate, esp. the land, that is heavily contaminated with industrial pollutants, as an abandoned industrial site in a large city.
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A piece of industrial or commercial property that is abandoned or underused and often environmentally contaminated, especially one considered as a potential site for redevelopment.
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In the building industry, referring to a parcel of land previously built upon and, especially, polluted.
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In telecommunications, referring to network deployments in territories where there is an existing telecommunications infrastructure that is removed or abandoned in place. For example a passive optical network (PON) fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) configuration may require the removal or involve the abandonment of existing wireline infrastructure. See also FTTP, greenfield, overlay, PON, and wireline.
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A site, to be used for housing or commerce, that has been previously used for industry and may be contaminated or need extensive clearing.
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