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Superfund Redevelopment Initiative Quarterly Webinar Series

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Since 1999, EPA's Superfund Redevelopment Initiative (SRI) has helped communities across the country reclaim Superfund sites by knocking down barriers that have kept many of them vacant and underutilized for decades. SRI has been helping communities explore how site cleanup and reuse go hand in hand, resulting in outcomes that benefit everyone. SRI has also provided stakeholders with tools to overcome reuse obstacles. Whether it's a new flying field for model airplanes, a new wind farm supplying clean, alternative energy, or a new community garden, SRI is committed to working with communities to understand how their site can safely be returned to use.

SRI hosts a series of quarterly webinars on redevelopment of Superfund sites across the country. These webinars share the history of redevelopment, discuss the different types of reuse that are possible and share how particular Superfund sites have become reuse success stories. In addition to the webinar sessions, SRI also highlights a new site and its redevelopment story every other month.

Read more online at http://www.epa.gov/superfund/programs/recycle/

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