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Re-Using Contaminated Land Conference - June 6, Tacoma

Overcoming the Roadblocks
Re-Using Contaminated Land Conference - June 6, Tacoma

Don’t let environmental contamination stand in the way of development projects. Learn how to manage the challenges of cleanup, and how to work with a range of parties to create successful transactions.

The Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC), and Washington Dept. of Ecology, present Re-Using Contaminated Land, a one-day educational conference bringing together those involved in returning contaminated properties to productive use, including developers, clean-up professionals, environmental regulators, municipalities, and others who are part of this process.

Helping Make Transactions Happen
As the commercial real estate market improves, renewed attention is being placed on high-value urban infill properties. These sites typically have a long history of use and often have some level of soil contamination. The conference focuses on the special challenges involved in redeveloping contaminated properties, and includes a mix of business and technical sessions covering:


- Development Meets Cleanup - Needs & Priorities
- Managing Uncertainty, Risk & Cost
- Managing Legal Liability
- Reaching Regulatory Closure
- Remediation Technology Update
- Cleanup Approaches - Time vs. Cost
- Smarter Development - Beneficial Use
- Putting it all Together - The Gates Foundation Building

This conference is the place to be for learning, networking, and business development.
Full information at www.nebc.org.

For Sponsor, Exhibitor, or Partner information, please contact Jeff Jordan, 503-227-6361, jeff@nebc.org.

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