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The authors are currently conducting a voluntary cleanup in Colorado under the state`s Voluntary Cleanup and Redevelopment Act of This paper details the plan`s approval process and implementation at the Smith Road Jail Site, which is owned by the City and County of Denver (CCoD) and located near Stapleton International Airport. Communities can learn more about the cleanup and redevelopment process in the Anatomy of Brownfields Redevelopment guide. EPA's Brownfields Program is designed to empower states, communities, and other stakeholders in economic redevelopment to work together in a timely manner to prevent, assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfields. Chapter 30A Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund. Chapter 30B Fees for Disposal Of Hazardous Waste Or Substances. Chapter 30C Chemical Weapons Destruction Limitation Act. Chapter 30D Alabama Drycleaning Environmental Response Trust Fund. Chapter 30E Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Act. (2d Cir. ). Second, to the extent that state clean-up laws are not also voluntary clean-up or brownfields redevelopment laws, state laws impose the same threat of liability as CERCLA. Third, state voluntary clean-up and brownfields laws tend to emphasize site-specific risk.
environmental cleanup effort. The military, federal government, fed-eral regulators, state government, state regulators and local officials must work together to facilitate the cleanup and ultimate base redevelopment.' 9. Base redevelopment is a key component in assisting with the economic. The Land Recycling Law (Wisconsin Act ) and the and state budget bills created incentives for local governments and certain economic development organizations to acquire property through specific measures that do not incur environmental liability. Voluntary Party Liability Exemption (VPLE). recover environmental cleanup costs from other potentially responsible parties and mdemmtors has become increasingly important and sometimes a matter of economic survival This paper will analyze the law of private cost recovery for environ-mental cleanups including statutory, contractual, and tort. To alleviate environmental liabilities that lenders and representatives can face when acquiring contaminated properties, and to promote economic redevelopment of these properties, Wisconsin’s Land Recycling Law of (Wisconsin Act ) created lender and representative liability exemptions.
Cleanup is required by presidential Executive Orders, and the environmental statutes listed below, which also give EPA authority to enforce these requirements: Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund) Resource Conservation And Recovery Act (RCRA), including the Underground Storage Act (UST) program. This can impede economic development. The Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Environmental Response and Remediation (DERR) conducts Brownfields activities under authorities of the Voluntary Release Cleanup Act, Hazardous Substances Mitigation Act and the Small Business Liability Relief Brownfields Revitalization Act. One of the most recent bills to become law was the Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Act, which was signed into law on See Ala. Code §E-1 et seq. (). In addition, D.C. Law , which was approved by the City Council in the District of Columbia in December , was approved by Congress in Action Reform Act of (Chapter , H&SC sections ). This bill enacted a separate track, pilot voluntary cleanup program limited to 30 sites which meet specified criteria. The Program is designed to encourage and expedite cleanups by offering a number of incentives to an RP or a Prospective Purchaser, including.