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Reuse Examples - Industrial Reuse

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Commencement Bay, Near Shore/Tide Flats: Industrial use at the active seaport encompassed by the Commencement Bay, Near Shore/Tide Flats site in Seattle, Washington.

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Koppers Coke: The St. Paul Minnesota Port Authority redeveloped the Koppers Coke site into part of a 218-acre, high-tech industrial park called Energy Park, which includes the Energy Technology Center above.

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Pepper Steel & Alloys, Inc.: The Pepper Steel & Alloys, Inc. site now supports several types of industrial reuse including manufacturing operations for a pre-cast concrete products company, a warehouse and storage area.

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Reynolds Metals Company: FedEx Ground purchased 78 acres of the Reynolds Metals Company site and built a 447,000-square-foot regional distribution center in Troutdale, Oregon. The center opened in October 2010 and currently supports a workforce of 800.

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South Calvacade Street: The South Calvacade site in Houston, Texas has been reuse for several industrial purposes, including a pallet supply company, several transportation and trucking companies and a warehouse.

Industrial use of formerly contaminated properties refers to traditional light and heavy industrial uses - processing, manufacturing, fabrication, assembly, and treatment. Examples of industrial uses include factories, warehouses, waste disposal sites, and salvage yards.

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