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1 Jill Lowe Remedial Project Manager August 7, 2013

2 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Overview of Superfund Redevelopment Initiative  Why Superfund Reuse? Tools to ensure protectiveness Can Superfund Sites be reused and remain protective?  Havertown PCP Superfund Site  Storage Facility  YMCA Who To Contact for Site Redevelopment

3 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Why Plan for Superfund Reuse?  Community revitalization  Recreation and open space  Site stewardship including long-term remedy protectiveness  Reduction in stigma associated with formerly contaminated Sites  Increase property values

4 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites How Reuse Planning fits with the cleanup process?  Knowledge of future land use can inform the base line risk assessment, remedy selection and remedy design, and phasing of cleanup  Remedy design and maintenance tailored to fit long- term stewardship  Post-remedy reuse planning ensures reuse is consistent with cleanup remedy

5 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Tools to Ensure Protectiveness  Partnerships  Comfort Letters  Restriction Documents  Institutional Controls  Easements and Covenants  Consent Decrees  Operations & Maintenance Plans

6 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Havertown PCP Superfund Site – Capped Area  Reuse contemplated with Township during design  Additional Fill  Redevelopment restrictions identified during design to ensure protectiveness  Weight limit  Digging restrictions  Planting restrictions  Site Property Profile  Comfort Letter and Environmental Covenant

7 Havertown PCP – Capped Property

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10 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Havertown PCP Superfund Site – YMCA  Former Philadelphia Chewing Gum Company property  Operated during Site Assessment, Investigation and Remediation  Closed during Operable Unit 3(OU3) Investigation  Township acquired property  Comfort Letter  Property Easement with Restrictions  EPA and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection partners with YMCA and Township

11 Havertown PCP - YMCA

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17 Redevelopment at Superfund Sites Who To Contact for Site Redevelopment  Site Remedial Project Manager and Site Attorney  Land Revitalization Action Team – Region 3  Chris Thomas  Leo Mullin –  Thomas Cinti


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