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BROWNFIELDS ROAD MAP TO UNDERSTANDING OPTIONS FOR SITE INVESTIGATION AND CLEANUP, SIXTH EDITION
U.S. EPA, Office of Land and Emergency Management, Washington, DC.
EPA 542-R-17-003, 86 pp, 2017

This document provides a general outline of the steps in the investigation and cleanup of brownfield sites and introduces brownfields stakeholders to technologies and resources available to them. The Road Map provides valuable information for stakeholders typically involved in or affected by redevelopment of brownfields, whether through public projects, private development, or public-private partnerships. This edition builds upon the streamlined approach of the fifth edition, providing updated content and guidance on the brownfields remediation process. New features include an updated list of "spotlights" that highlight and describe key issues. This edition offers updated information on brownfields funding and best management practices, with guidance on how to incorporate greener cleanups and new standards into the cleanup process. https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=P100TFI7.txt



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