In-Depth Case Studies
SRI’s in-depth case studies explore Superfund reuse stories from start to finish. Their purpose is to see what redevelopment strategies worked, acknowledge reuse barriers and understand how communities overcame the barriers to create new reuse outcomes. The case studies identify innovative tools and approaches such as green remediation, renewable energy, smart growth and ecological revitalization. Each case study concludes with important lessons learned that may help other communities interested in reusing Superfund sites.
MDI Superfund Site (Region 6) (PDF) (2 pp, 332K) Linking Cleanup and Reuse: The MDI Superfund Site and Houston’s Fifth Ward (PDF) (12 pp, 3.1MB)
Aerojet General Corp. Superfund Site (Region 9) Green Remediation and Utility-Scale Solar Development: The Aerojet General Corporation Superfund Site and Sacramento County, California (PDF) (14 pp, 3.5MB)
Milltown Reservoir Sediments Site (Region 8) Integrating the “3 Rs”: Remediation, Restoration and Redevelopment – The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Site and Missoula County, Montana (PDF) (14 pp, 2.3MB)
Libby Asbestos Superfund Site (Region 8) Out of the Dust: Recreational Reuse After Vermiculite Mining at the Libby Asbestos Superfund Site in Libby, Montana (PDF) (18 pp, 2.5MB)
Silver Bow Creek/Butte Area Superfund Site (Region 8) Building on Mining History: Cleanup, Reuse and Community Resilience at the Silver Bow Creek/Butte Area Superfund Site in Butte, Montana (PDF) (17 pp, 6.0MB)