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Brownfield project

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    • 1. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Brownfield Sites Developing vacant properties into productive enterprises
    • 2. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next
    • 3. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Click on the person whose question you want to hear.
    • 4. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Click on the person whose question you want to hear.
    • 5. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Click on the person whose question you want to hear. Click to learn more about the types of contaminants.
    • 6. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Click on the person whose question you want to hear. Click to learn more about the types of contaminants.
    • 7. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Types of Contaminants
    • 8. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Types of Contaminants
    • 9. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next
    • 10. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Types of Contaminants
    • 11. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Types of Contaminants • hydrocarbons • organic solvents • heavy metals • asbestos
    • 12. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next
    • 13. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next • Hydrocarbons • Cleaning solvents • benzene • tetrachloroethylene • toluene • trichloroethylene • xylene • trichloroethane
    • 14. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can have immediate effects.
    • 15. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can have immediate effects.
    • 16. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can effect your reproductive system
    • 17. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can effect your reproductive system
    • 18. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can harm a developing fetus.
    • 19. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can harm a developing fetus.
    • 20. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Chronic exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can have long term health effects.
    • 21. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Chronic exposure to hydrocarbons and solvents can have long term health effects.
    • 22. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals
    • 23. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals
    • 24. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals
    • 25. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals • Cadmium
    • 26. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals • Cadmium
    • 27. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals • Cadmium • Lead
    • 28. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals • Cadmium • Lead
    • 29. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Heavy Metals • Cadmium • Lead • Chromium
    • 30. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Asbestos
    • 31. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Asbestos • Mesothelioma - a form of lung cancer
    • 32. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Summary
    • 33. Exit Home Main Menu Questions Back Replay Next Summary • Contaminants can be a variety of different substances. • Contaminants can come from a variety of different sources. • They can affect health immediately, or the effects may be due to long-term exposure. • They can effect your general health, cause cancer, cause reproductive issues, and impair fetal development.
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