Strategy and planning guidance to transform remediation sites into wildlife habitat and green spaces that support local conservation priorities.

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Green and sustainable remediation practices as part of the remedy benefit companies, communities and biodiversity.

By using conservation-based approaches to site cleanup and reuse, companies are doing more than simply returning sites to their former states, but are instead leveraging conservation to transform liabilities into ecological, community and corporate assets. Conservation-based approaches have the additional benefit of helping companies meet some of the business needs that can arise during the remediation process including meeting stakeholder priorities, reducing costs, facilitating permitting and remedy selection, and identifying beneficial and sustainable reuse of lands. On this page, you’ll find a wide variety of WHC resources available to help companies take action on remediation sites.

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White Paper

How Companies Leverage Business Needs for Positive Environmental Outcomes
Sponsored by Boeing

Companies involved in remediation are moving beyond meeting regulatory requirements and increasingly adopting conservation-based approaches to site cleanup and reuse.

Remediation-focused WHC Webinars

In this webinar you will hear from our expert speaker about selecting these kinds of beneficial outcomes for remediation sites, featuring a case study of a landfill where both community and ecological considerations are being incorporated into the site’s use.

Guidance and Advice

Remediation involves the cleanup of contaminants from environmental media such as soil, groundwater, sediment or surface water, with the goal of protecting human health and the environment. The cleanup process can be subject to an array of regulatory requirements from a variety of overseeing agencies and legislation.

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