The word “closure” has many meanings in the English language, including, the more general - “a condition of being closed," and the more ethereal - “an often comforting or satisfying sense of finality, or something that provides such a sense” (Merriam-Webster). In the environmental world, closure can have a similar meaning, but is generally the point of the project where no additional investigation or remediation activities are required and the regulatory agency has provided a letter to that affect. However, the strength of the regulatory closure instrument varies among programs in Indiana, and other states have a similar situation. In this webinar, find out what closure means to sites in the various clean-up programs in Indiana and other states. We will also discuss common “post-closure requirements” and the potential for “re-openers” of closed sites.
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