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Reuse Planning at Superfund Sites: A Little Planning Can Go a Long Way
Sponsored by: EPA Superfund Redevelopment Initiative
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September 16, 2013, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM, EDT (19:30-21:30 GMT)

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Stakeholder and community involvement are integral parts of EPA's mission and necessary components of successful site reuse. Superfund site reuse planning provides a unique opportunity for stakeholders and EPA to collaborate on the redevelopment and reuse of Superfund sites at appropriate times before, during, and after site cleanup has been completed. It is never too late or too early to think about reuse at a site.

EPA's Superfund Redevelopment Initiative (SRI) supports communities nationwide interested in reintegrating Superfund sites into the fabric of their neighborhoods and towns through beneficial reuse. This webinar will introduce reuse planning, discuss how value is added at various levels of reuse planning engagement, and review tangible and intangible benefits of reuse planning for EPA, the community and the site. Using case studies from across the nation, this webinar will share how effective reuse plans and support from EPA programs such as SRI can bring communities together, build goodwill for EPA and determine the most appropriate reuse options for Superfund sites.

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