Utilizing the NEPA Process for Environmental Remediation Work Case Study: United States Coast Guard Passage Island Light Station, Michigan
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The capstone paper shall discuss in detail the case study in question, and examine how the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process can be utilized to resolve conflicting interests and regulatory requirements for a proposed remediation project to clean up high levels of metals contamination in soil. The NEPA process provides a systematic approach to analyze and weigh competing interests in meeting State and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cleanup requirements for soil, while preserving the natural environment, salvaging rare plants, not introducing invasive species, and preserving the cultural landscape and Section 106 historic preservation requirements for this historic site, which is listed on the National Register.
CitationKeller, Lynn (2012). Utilizing the NEPA Process for Environmental Remediation Work Case Study: United States Coast Guard Passage Island Light Station, Michigan. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/6024.
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