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Superfund Reuse Success
Before and After
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Site: Bangor Gas Works
Location: Bangor, ME
Former Site Use: Coal gasification plant
Current Site Use: Supermarket and community park

Highlighting Superfund Reuse Success
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Site Reuse Spotlights:
Former Landfills to Thriving Silicon Valley Business Parks at South Bay Asbestos Area Superfund Site (PDF) (1 pg, 133K, About PDF)

Coordination and open communication between EPA and developers paved the way for mixed land uses, including two thriving business parks.

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Recreation, Historic Preservation and Habitat Restoration at Marathon Battery Corp. Superfund Site (PDF) (1 pg, 151K)

Cleanup efforts recovered Native American and Civil War-era artifacts and led to creation of the West Point Foundry Preserve, which provides recreational amenities and trails highlighting local history.

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Program Related News

state award recipients 2015

EPA's Robin Richardson with 2015 Excellence in State Engagement Supporting Reuse Award recipients Leo Henning (KDHE), Trey Hess (MDEQ) and Sandeep Burman (MPCA).

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