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Reusing Cleaned Up Superfund Sites: Ecological Use Where Waste is Left on Site

This report provides technical information useful in planning, designing, and implementing remediation and reuse projects at sites that are to include ecological reuse. It is especially useful for sites where the remedy calls for on-site containment or treatment of contaminants and contaminated materials or post-construction monitoring or treatment. This information may be useful to remediation planners and managers when considering how the remedy and reuse options may affect each other during various stages of EPA’s processes for managing NPL sites and non-time-critical removal actions. The document may also be useful to communities, potentially responsible parties (PRPs), Trustees, and other stakeholders planning for the reuse of Superfund sites in coordinating with the cleanup team during all stages of the cleanup process.

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