Recent Examples of remediation from the Web
The state has asked the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for $6 million from the BP settlement as the first phase of a 15-year loon remediation plan.
Duke began land remediation on the properties after entering Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s Voluntary Action Plan and was allowed to defer costs, the court said.
Related: Earlier this year, Detroit’s demolition program received more than $7.3 million in improper payments from federal blight-remediation funds, according to a state review.
In agreeing to pay $4.3 billion in criminal and civil penalties for cheating on diesel emissions tests and trying to cover it up, Volkswagen also agreed to environmental remediation and electric vehicle investment.
The university is scheduled to receive $16 million in state grants through 2019 for remediation.
In addition, asbestos throughout the structure would require professional remediation, and the foundation is crumbling.
The $85,000 is only part of a package deal that calls for future city help of $250,000 to assist with the demolition and environmental remediation of an adjacent Clark gas station at 168 N. Addison.
Gipson said a water remediation company and a hotel manager was on site this morning.
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Legal Definition of remediation
1 : the act or process of remedying
2 : the act or process of remediating
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