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Site Reuse Fact Sheets

Jackson, Tennessee

Before: The American Creosote Works facility became a state-lead NPL site.

Jackson, Tennessee

After: The state negotiated a Brownfields Agreement with Jackson Energy Authority, which took over the O&M costs for the site when the company purchased the land to reuse as a maintenance yard.

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Region 4 has developed a number of fact sheets about some Superfund sites in the Region. These fact sheets describe when and how a site is (or will be) ready for reuse. The fact sheets provide information about the reuse activities at the site, the site owner's planning and development process, geographic location, past cleanup activities, and contacts for more information. The fact sheets have been designed to be useful documents for site owners, future site users, prospective purchasers, lenders, and developers. Sites are categorized depending on whether or not cleanup at the site is complete, and whether the site is already in reuse.

The list below includes the fact sheets that have been written since 2011. Region 4 is developing additional fact sheets about Superfund sites throughout the Region.

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In Continued Use:

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Ready for Reuse:

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Potential for Future Use:


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