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  • n. Plural form of cleanup.

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Examples

  • Our most recent analysis make us optimistic that we can achieve our goal of a 20 percent reduction, or two years, in the total cleanup process time; and second, responsible parties are performing or funding approximately 75 percent of Superfund long-term cleanups, saving taxpayers more than $12 billion.

    Legislative Reform Of Superfund in the 105th Congress

  • First "strategy has assured that responsible parties perform or pay for approximately 75 percent of long-term cleanups, thereby conserving the

    Legislative Reform Of Superfund in the 105th Congress

  • The cleanups are the catalyst of AmerenUE's ban on the use of non-encapsulated foam that was used for decades as the flotation material of choice on thousands of docks on the lake.

    Lake News Online Homepage RSS

  • The cleanups were the catalyst of AmerenUE's ban on the use of non-encapsulated foam.

    Lake News Online Homepage RSS

  • This is true not just in the obvious sense that the guilty must be punished and seen to be punished within a framework of law (something sadly lacking in the video footage of the "cleanups" that have been happening in certain Osh neighborhoods in recent days).

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • However handling the asbestos, and including the asbestos "cleanups" and asbestos dumping, in that matter, in other words using low cost undocumented aliens as unwitting dupes to do the "cleanups," and rather than using properly trained asbestos abatement workers, saved the landlord millions of dollars.

    Lowell Sun Forum

  • The EPA has said it might declare the state fund insolvent for most underground storage tank cleanups, meaning small gasoline stations and convenience stores would be stuck with the pollution cleanup bills.

    The Herald | HeraldOnline.com - Front

  • "It's a big victory for environmental law because it goes a long way toward institutionalizing these kind of cleanups," said Robert Goldstein, general counsel for Riverkeeper, a Tarrytown-based environmental group.

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  • Beffel has been involved in these annual cleanups for 10 years.

    US River Cleanup a Rite of Spring for Eco-Volunteers

  • "We were very, very disgusted and upset and embarrassed because some of the litter is from members of our religious community," says community leader Naidoo Veerapen, who has helped organize these annual cleanups for the past five years.

    New York Bay Cleanup Focuses on Hindu Ritual Items

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