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Reuse Examples - Public Reuse

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Oronogo-Duenweg: An aerial view of the remediated Oronogo-Duenweg Mining Belt site, now home to a scrap metal recycling facility, a highway bypass, and numerous residential sub-divisions.

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Murray Smelter: The Murray Smelter site now contains a police training center, a Utah Transit Authority light rail station with a 300-space parking lot, the Intermountain Health Care Health hospital campus, retail and commercial businesses.

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Northwest 58th Street Landfill: In addition to ecological reuse occurring at Northwest 58th Street Landfill, the site contains a variety of municipal uses including several Miami-Dade County facilities such as the offices for the South Florida Water Management District.

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Vertac, Inc.: Reuses at the Vertac, Inc. site include a recycling center, office space and storage for the City’s Street Department, a fire department training facility, a driver training pad, a recycling education park, and a police firing range.

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Roebling Steel Mill: Rehabilitation of the historic Main Gate House, a former gateway to the Roebling Mill, began in 2004 and was completed in 2009. Today, the structure is part of the Roebling Museum, providing 7,000 square feet of exhibit space documenting the community’s rich social and industrial history.

Public reuse of formerly contaminated properties refers to use of all or portion of a site by a local, county, or State governmental agency, or a non-profit organiztion. Reuse examples can include transporation (rail line, train station), libaries and schools, government buildings, and public infrastructure (roads, utilities, other public service).

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