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    March 2018

    SRI SERVICES

    GETTING STARTEDSRI Coordinators areavailable to helpcommunities and other sitestakeholders get started.These staff in each EPARegion connect people with reuse tools and resources.

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    SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT COORDINATORS

    SUPERFUNDREDEVELOPMENT

    INITIATIVE

    EXPLORINGREUSE OPTIONS

    THROUGHOUT THECLEANUP PROCESSwww.epa.gov/superfund-redevelopment-initiative

    R1Joe [email protected]

    R2Jaclyn [email protected]

    R3Christopher [email protected]

    R8Fran [email protected]

    R9Grace [email protected]

    R10Kira [email protected]

    R6Casey Luckett [email protected]

    R7Tonya [email protected]

    R4Shelby [email protected]

    R5Tom [email protected]

    Superfund ProgramManager for RedevelopmentMelissa [email protected]

    Superfund RedevelopmentProject ManagerFrank [email protected]

    U.S. EPA Headquarters William Jefferson Clinton Building 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Mail Code: 5204P Washington, DC 20460

    R4 Scott [email protected]

    R4 Joydeb [email protected]

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  • { } { } { }EPA’s SuperfundRedevelopment Initiative (SRI) SRI REUSE SUPERFUND REDEVELOPMENT& STAKEHOLDER INTERESTHELPS COMMUNITIES

    RECLAIMSUPERFUND SITES

    Thinking about reuse during cleanup makes sure future uses will be safe and compatible with site remedies. It also helps remove barriers that have kept areas vacant or underused for decades.

    Across the country, many sites now host parks, business districts, renewable energy facilities, wildlife habitat, neighborhoods and farms.

    Reusing sites makes a visible difference in communities– enabling job opportunities, strengthening local economies and providing priority services.

    TOOLS &RESOURCES

    REUSEMATTERS

    REUSE PLANNINGThis innovative process evaluates reuse options and makes sure remedies and future uses are compatible.

    REGIONAL SEEDSThese initial investments give communities and EPA Regions the tools they need to tackle reuse obstacles and move forward.

    SRI WEBSITEOne-stop access to reuse resources – case studies, videos, lessons learned – helps communities pursue opportunities. Please visit http://www.epa.gov/superfund-redevelopment-initiative.

    PARTNERSHIPSSRI’s partners – the Academy of Model Aeronautics, the U.S. Soccer Foundation, PollinatorPartnership (P2), The Trust for Public Land and the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy– share their expertise with communities.

    READY FOR REUSE (RfR) DETERMINATIONS AND COMFORT LETTERS RfR Determinations are environmental status reports that clearly state how sites can be used safely. Comfort letters clarify liability issues for prospective purchasers and site owners.

    Many groups – affected communities, states, tribal and local governments, responsible parties, site owners, nonprofits, businesses, lenders, other federal agencies – have important roles at Superfund sites.

    Considering reuse makes sense for a range of reasons. It can:

    • Build partnerships and strengthen working relationships.• Engage communities, address local concerns and build

    capacities. • Protect remedies.• Deter vandalism and trespassing.• Foster long-term stewardship.• Identify opportunities for faster and lower-cost cleanups.• Inform effective land use controls.• Help leverage cleanup dollars.• Provide environmental and smart growth benefits.

    These benefits matter. Nationally, one in four Americans live within four miles of a site on the Superfund program’s National Priorities List.

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