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environmental cleanup

The process of removing solid, liquid, and hazardous wastes, except for unexploded ordnance, resulting from the joint operation of US forces to a condition that approaches the one existing prior to operation as determined by the environmental baseline survey, if one was conducted. The extent of this process will depend upon the operational situation at the time that cleanup is accomplished.
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To ensure that we have adequate landfill capacity to dispose of the remaining waste generated from environmental cleanup here, we have proposed construction of a new disposal facility adjacent to EMWMF [the existing landfill] and just west of Y12," Mike Koentop, executive officer of the Energy Department's Oak Ridge cleanup program, said in response to questions from the News Sentinel.
International Resource News-December 24, 2010--General Electric to spend USD500m on environmental cleanup of Hudson River(C)1994-2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
The California Supreme Court held that under a literal reading of the excess/umbrella liability policies at issue, the wording of the insuring agreement was broad enough to include coverage for environmental cleanup and response costs ordered by an administrative agency.
The success of the brownfield program stems from its recognition that developers can be powerful agents for positive change and makes them partners in environmental cleanup.
DNR's environmental cleanup program will review the contractor's work before the project is considered complete, Brusca says.
As the Department of Defense (DOD) prepares for the 2005 base realignment and closure (BRAC) round, questions continue to be raised about the transfer and environmental cleanup of unneeded property arising from the prior four BRAC rounds and their impact on cost and savings and on local economies.
The generally accepted assumption that environmental cleanup obligations are "contingent" liabilities is inconsistent with applicable legal principles, recently adopted financial accounting standards and market reality.
2004-18 addressed the treatment of environmental cleanup costs related to Sec.
The problem, says Fox, is there is no government body in place to sign off on the clean up of a site, and provincial and federal environmental cleanup standards are constantly changing and evolving.
Downey was inspired to enter the environmental cleanup and construction business by his father, Joseph, who owned the same type of business.
You see, if the farmer owns the land, the farmer is responsible for all the risks associated with that, including the environmental cleanup.
For a two-year period that began on February 2, 1998, taxpayers may seek written guidance from the IRS on the capitalization or deductibility of environmental cleanup costs incurred during multiyear projects under revenue procedure 98-17 (1998-5 IRB 1).
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