Superfund Redevelopment in Region 5 Links
Superfund Redevelopment Coordinator
Thomas Bloom (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Superfund Redevelopment in Region 5 helps local communities return contaminated Superfund sites to safe and productive uses. EPA is working with these communities and other stakeholders - prospective purchasers, local governments - to consider reuse opportunities and to integrate appropriate reuse options into the cleanup process. To date, Superfund sites have already been developed into parks, commercial buildings, warehouses, and residential areas.
- Basic Information
- Getting Started with Superfund Redevelopment - key steps to undertake while considering redevelopment of a Superfund site.
- Reuse Planning community-based planning can integrate future land use information with site information and remedy considerations.
- Success stories
Superfund Redevelopment Highlights
- Superfund Site Reuse Fact Sheets
Region 5 has developed a number of fact sheets about Superfund sites in the Region. These fact sheets describe when and how a site is (or will be) ready for reuse. The fact sheets detail reuse activities at the site, the site's planning and development process, geographic location, past cleanup activities, and contacts for more information. Browse Region 5 Site Reuse Fact Sheets.