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From the “Doing Deals – A Guide to Buying Lands for Conservation” by the Trust for Public Lands. Attached is Chapter 14: Environmental Assessment.
Anyone who reads a newspaper or listens to the evening news is familiar with the dangers of land contaminated by hazardous materials. Cleanup costs can be very high; the property may be unsafe for public use; and the problem may expose the landowner to liability, regardless of who caused the contamination.