cleanup costs

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  • Even if a site has been purchased, concerns over cleanup costs may further stall redevelopment.
  • The actual cleanup costs and time spent were only a fraction of those numbers, with below-ground contamination almost entirely left in-place.
  • Many times these studies were preparatory to understanding the nature of cleanup costs if the property was being considered for redevelopment or change of land use.
  • That included about $700 million through cleanup costs, uninsured losses, and food claims.
  • All together, damage and cleanup costs were over $50 million.
  • This will provide for a "super-fund" to cover hazardous waste cleanup costs. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • The only time cleanup costs are not borne by the responsible party is when that party either cannot be found or is unable to pay for the cleanup.
  • Factory overhead also includes certain costs such as quality assurance costs, cleanup costs, and property insurance premiums.
  • Phytoscreening may lead to more optimized site investigations and reduce contaminated site cleanup costs.
  • With the continued success of the free newspaper model, newspaper publishers are coming under increasing pressure from local councils and public transport companies to contribute more to the cleanup costs.
  • Before the Supreme Court decision, they settled with the EPA to pay nearly $1 million for cleanup costs.
  • The Town of Norton would not be held financially liable for cleanup costs, but would instead provide access to the site.
  • The companies will also be required to pay 70 percent of cleanup costs for any wells newly affected at any time over the next 30 years.
  • It does not apply to unplanned cleanup costs, such as costs incurred as a result of an accident.
  • The total cleanup cost not taken into account at the time of acquisition was estimated at 450 million Hong Kong dollars.
  • Soy ink has been found to spread approximately 15% further, reducing ink use and printer cleanup costs.
  • In the United States environmental groups have said that uranium mining companies are attempting to avoid cleanup costs at disused uranium mine sites.
  • Norway Maples often cause significant damage and cleanup costs for municipalities and homeowners when branches break off in storms as it is fast-growing and does not have strong wood.
  • However, the best estimate of cleanup costs comes from an internal report of a study conducted by the Department of Environmental Protection in 2002.
  • The Hamilton, New Jersey postal facility remained closed until March 2005; its cleanup cost $65 million.
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