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Brownfields and Land Revitalization Cleanup Enforcement

The sustainable reuse of previously contaminated property is an important goal of EPA’s hazardous waste cleanup programs. EPA encourages the cleanup and revitalization of contaminated properties by clarifying Superfund liability concerns and implementing the landowner liability protections. By providing guidance and using site-specific enforcement tools addressing available liability protections, EPA is able to assist parties seeking to clean up, reuse, or redevelop contaminated properties.

EPA is committed to encouraging the reuse of contaminated properties because it helps EPA achieve its enforcement and environmental protection goals, such as long-term site stewardship and sustainable land use planning. Often, reuse can support these enforcement and environmental protection goals and help remove obstacles to cleanups and revitalization.

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Coordinating with Other Offices:

EPA’s Enforcement Office supports the cleanup and revitalization efforts taken by other EPA offices that administer the following revitalization programs: