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Cleanup Complete

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 5:23 a.m.

An abandoned industrial site in southeast Fayetteville can now become city parkland. Officials with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality presented Mayor Lioneld Jordan with a certificate Thursday stating cleanup of the former R&P Electroplating property at 2000 Pump Station Road is complete.

At A Glance

Cleanup Projects

The former R&P Electroplating property is the 30th site to be cleaned through the Arkansas Brownfields Program, an initiative enacted by state law in 1995 to return contaminated property to beneficial use. Other completed projects include:

Heifer International headquarters: Little Rock

Arkla Industrial Park: Fort Smith

Martindale Clinic: Hope

Source: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality

At A Glance

Cleanup Projects

The former R&P Electroplating property is the 30th site to be cleaned through the Arkansas Brownfields Program, an initiative enacted by state law in 1995 to return contaminated property to beneficial use. Other completed projects include:

Heifer International headquarters: Little Rock

Arkla Industrial Park: Fort Smith

Martindale Clinic: Hope

Source: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality

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