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Environmental Cleanup

The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (commonly known as CERCLA or Superfund) requires property owners and operators clean up soil and groundwater contaminated with hazardous waste--even if you were not responsible for the contamination. If you or your business has discovered contamination on your property, or if the government has ordered you to clean up your property, an environmental clean up attorney can help you sue the responsible party for clean-up costs. Environmental clean up lawyers and law firms can also assist property owners who need to decontaminate property in anticipation of selling or leasing the property.