(Portland, OR) -- Oregon is receiving eight-million dollars for cleanup of former waste sites. Brownfields are properties with pollution that require extensive cleanup. The EPA funding will be used at seven sites. They include a former mill in Toledo, a school site in Burns, the former Deschutes County Construction landfill, a former plywood mill in Port Orford, and a natural area in North Portland along the Columbia Slough. The money is coming from President Biden's Investing in America Agenda.