Top 10 questions to ask when buying a superfund site


Courtesy of US EPA - Environmental Protection Agency

The purpose of this document is to provide answers to some of the questions that a prospective purchaser may have when considering whether to purchase property at a privately owned Superfund site.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supports the reuse of Superfund sites and believes this document may be useful in clarifying some of the opportunities and issues associated with their reuse. For purposes of this document, a Superfund site is defined as any property on EPA’s National Priorities List (NPL) where a hazardous substance has been released into the environment or has come to be located on or under. Thus, even if a property is not the source of the release of the contamination, it can be part of a Superfund site.

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