This paper, dated 6 May 2006, provides an analysis of contaminated site LUC tracking systems at the federal, state, local, and private sector levels. The paper describes the basics of LUCs, then analyze the benefits and uses of LUC tracking. Finally, the appendix provides a complete listing of all the state on-line remediation and LUC tracking databases.
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