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cleanup

[′klē‚nəp]
(aerospace engineering)
Improving the external shape and smoothness of an aircraft to reduce its drag.
(electronics)
Gradual disappearance of gases from an electron tube during operation, due to absorption by getter material or the tube structure.
(engineering)
The time required for a leak-testing system to reduce its signal output to 37% of the signal transmitted at the instant when tracer gases enter the system.
(mining engineering)
The collecting of all the valuable product of a given period of operation in a stamp mill or in a hydraulic or placer mine.
The valuable material resulting from a cleanup.
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Since being named in August 1990 as having among the worst contamination in the United States, the base has spent about $145 million on cleanups that officials said have removed well over 1.
Welter said potential clients for the remediation cost-cap policy include "anyone who's about to undergo a cleanup project.
Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge said the cleanup was a good example of several different agencies working together.
Although ECRA has been hailed as one of the most effective cleanup programs In the country, the law also has been cited as an impediment to economic growth.
Mel Blevins, former San Fernando Valley water master, warned in 2003 that chromium cleanup was proceeding too slowly.
Due to the inequities often involved with the ECRA process, the costs inherent to any business designated as a potentially responsible party, and the restrictions on property transfer until a site cleanup is completed and approved.
In addition to showing that it is not possible to meet cleanup standards with existing technology, the Air Force will have to show that the contamination does not pose a health threat, Wood said.
EPA officials said they would no longer lead the community work group overseeing the controversial cleanup at the Rocketdyne facility in the Simi Hills between Chatsworth and Simi Valley.
Gray Davis signed a bill Friday allocating roughly $46 million for beach cleanups.