What activities are included in cleanup/redevelopment planning?

The primary goal of this effort is to identify potentially applicable cleanup alternatives and to estimate the nature, extent, duration, and cost of implementing selected cleanup alternatives at the site. This task will provide property owners and prospective purchasers with a general description of potential cleanup alternatives and approximate cost to complete these activities. In addition, cleanup decisions are often times based on the proposed end use of the site (residential, commercial) and how the proposed redevelopment (buildings, parking lots) limits access to on-site contamination. It is not uncommon for cleanup costs to be significantly reduced as a result of these efforts.

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1. What does the program offer property owners?
2. Why would property owners want to participate?
3. What are All Appropriate Inquiries?
4. What is a Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment?
5. If I am a property owner and I participate what happens if environmental contamination is found?
6. What activities are included in cleanup/redevelopment planning?
7. What if redevelopment opportunities are not identified?
8. I am an interested property owner, who do I contact for more information?