Tools and Resources
Superfund Redevelopment in Region 4
Superfund Redevelopment Information Tools and Resources
Superfund Site Background and Cleanup Information
Site Background Information
Site Cleanup Information
- Superfund Remedy Decisions
- Citizen's Guides to Cleanup Methods
- Hazardous Waste Cleanup Information (CLU-IN)
National Mapping Programs
The redevelopment of a Superfund site can involve numerous considerations throughout the cleanup and redevelopment process - even before cleanup begins. Superfund Redevelopment in Region 4 has identified and made available a wide array of tools, resources, and services - intended for a broad range of audiences - to help you gain a better understanding of your site and opportunities for redevelopment. The available tools, resources, and services include:
Top-10 Questions to Ask When Buying a Superfund Site (PDF) (12 pp, 780K,
A fact sheet that outlines the opportunities, resources, responsibilities, and requirements of buying a contaminated or formerly contaminated site
- Prospective Purchaser Inquiry (PPI) Service in Region 4
EPA Region 4's Prospective Purchaser Inquiry (PPI) Service provides general and site specific information to prospective purchasers of Superfund sites or other stakeholders.
- Redevelopment Tools and
A summary of tools and information helps guide decisions regarding the redevelopment of Superfund sites. This includes comfort/status letters, Ready for Reuse Determinations, grants to establish or enhance community involvement in Superfund site cleanup, and liability protection/limitation.
- Redevelopment Partnerships
Describes efforts by the national Superfund Redevelopment Program and Region 4 to identify partnership opportunities to assist in the Superfund redevelopment process.
- Redevelopment and
Describes opportunities and resources available to help incorporate sustainability into the Superfund site redevelopment process.
- More Superfund Redevelopment
Additional information on locating Superfund sites, integrating reuse of a site into the cleanup process, and other related redevelopment topics.