Recent Examples of remediation from the web
Oil drilling cleanup: An article in the April 9 California section on plans for a Los Angeles oil drilling site stated that soil remediation can cost $10 to $25 per square foot, according to a state agency.
In Nevada, remediation agreements the board negotiates with doctors are public records, but the board is required by law to remove the name of the doctor.
The company was also working out issues related to environmental remediation related to its operations.
The group has also done two stream remediation and cleanup projects at the stream, assisted by community volunteers from Porsche.
That has forced Vale and BHP to step in and pay for cleanup and remediation efforts that are expected to drag on for years and cost billions of dollars.
A major occupation of landscape architecture is the reuse and remediation of industrial and infrastructural sites.
That level requires additional testing, monitoring and remediation.
Gathered here are images of recent retrograde operations in Afghanistan, from demolition and remediation to demilitarization and evacuation.
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First Known Use of remediation
Legal Definition of remediation
1 : the act or process of remedying
2 : the act or process of remediating
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