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Celebrating 15 Years of the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative

Superfund Reuse Success
Before and After
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Site: Raymark Industries, Inc.
Location: Stratford, CT
Site Size: 500 acres
Former Site Use: Automotive brakes, clutch parts and other friction components manufacturing
Current Site Use: Stratford Crossing Shopping Center

NIROP ground breaking

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and others participate in NIROP redevelopment groundbreaking in May 2014. (Source: Joel Koyama, Star Tribune)

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EPA Region 6 Superfund Division Director Carl Hedlund at the dedication and Greenovations Award ceremony at the Pantex Plant (USDOE) Superfund site on June 17, 2014.

Highlighting Superfund Reuse Success

Site Reuse Spotlights:
Redevelopment of Davis Timber Company Superfund Site (PDF) (1 pg, 201K, About PDF) Community vision and site owner commitment to reuse have resulted in the successful return to use of the Davis Timber Superfund site in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

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Source: City of Bellingham

Redevelopment of Oeser Company Superfund Site (PDF) (1 pg, 192K) Collaborative cleanup efforts and master planning activities by the City of Bellingham, Washington, enabled the restoration of Little Squalicum Park on the Oeser Co. Superfund site.

Previous Site Reuse Spotlights

Superfund Site Reuse Snapshot of the Month: Pemaco Maywood

Superfund Redevelopment in the News

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SRI Activities and Accomplishments throughout the Years -- July

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