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Urban Redevelopment Renews Concerns Over Industrial Sites

The federal government has spent millions of dollars cleaning up so-called brownfields, old industrial properties contaminated by toxic waste. But as Dave Fehling reports for StateImpact Texas, the re-development of some of the state's urban cores has revived concerns over some of the sites.

Former MDI Superfund site east of downtown Houston.

The federal government has spent millions of dollars cleaning up so-called brownfields, old industrial properties contaminated by toxic waste. But as Dave Fehling of KUHF News reports for StateImpact Texas, the re-development of some of the state's urban cores has revived concerns over some of the sites. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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