New legislation offers tax incentive for Brownfields cleanup

Shanoff, Barry S.
April 1997
World Wastes;Apr97, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the government's efforts to encourage the redevelopment of polluted land. Offering buyers of contaminated property protection from remediation liability in exchange for cleanup and purposeful reuse of the sites; Reduction of cleanup requirements.


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