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Getting Started with Superfund Redevelopment

Becoming involved in the redevelopment of a Superfund site requires considerations different from other contaminated sites (e.g., brownfields). However, successful Superfund site redevelopment projects from around the country demonstrate that the barriers and challenges can be overcome.

The steps for Getting Started with Superfund Redevelopment (PDF)(1 pg, 380 K, About PDF) highlight key issues and considerations to think about while planning and undertaking the redevelopment of a site. The redevelopment process will vary depending upon the specific characteristics of the site you are interested in redeveloping.

Additional helpful resources include:

For site-specific questions, please contact your Regional SRI Coordinator.