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Superfund Reuse Success Stories

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Photo - Vertac Recycling Center

The new recycling center at the Vertac Inc. Superfund site in Jacksonville, Arkansas, serves 10,000 residents. In total, 1.5 million pounds of materials are recycled each year, saving the city an estimated $50,000 annually.

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Donald Rigger, Chief of the Superfund Remedial and Site Evaluation Branch in EPA Region 4, presents the Excellence in Site Reuse Award to HVO President George Marshall, shown at right.

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Announcements and Press Releases

Press Release for 2007 RTU Demonstration Projects
Press Release for 2006 RTU Demonstration Projects

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  • New Superfund Reuse Economics Report - "Challenges in Applying Property Value Studies to Assess the Benefits of the Superfund Program" The Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation released a report in January 2009 that discusses the theory and applicability of hedonic price valuation, and reviews the challenges that exist when using available property value studies to assess the benefits of Superfund site cleanup activities. Learn more about insights into the effects of NPL sites on property values.

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