Future use remains a key consideration for EPA's cleanup programs. EPA's Superfund program works with property owners, developers, stakeholders and communities to negotiate agreements, address barriers and make sure property uses will fit well with site remedies. In turn, the cleanup and reuse of Superfund sites revitalizes local economies, supporting jobs, new businesses, tax revenue and spending, and provides new amenities for communities affected by site contamination. EPA also works to ensure that existing businesses on properties being cleaned up under Superfund can continue operating in a way that protects human health and the environment, enabling these businesses to remain open and serve as a source of jobs and income for local communities.

This webinar showcases the economic benefits of Superfund Redevelopment for communities across the country. Participants will hear about creative strategies used in redevelopment projects in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. They will also learn about collaborative approaches that help position sites for reuse and advance local economic development opportunities To view this archive online or download the slides associated with this seminar, please visit http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/superfund-redevelopment_020724/

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