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Rehabilitate

To restore to a useful state by repair, alteration, or modification.
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Chong had blamed the delay on the use of IBS materials which he said were not suitable for rehabilitating old buildings.
Gordon, 22, founded Morning's Song Rooster Rescue in 2011 on a farm in the Berkshire hills, where she is currently rehabilitating about 120 roosters, hens and chicks.
"There is a specialised centre in Saudi Arabia, but most GCC countries lack a specialised centre for rehabilitating drug addicts.
Following this, the Commission wrote to Chief Secretary for rehabilitating the displaced families in their village.
In addition to Insituform's minimally disruptive and environmentally friendly method of rehabilitating transmission mains, the city has also retained a professional arborist to help protect the trees on the job site.
"By rehabilitating the Imperial through HPD's NEP program and working with a local developer and not-for-profit, the City is helping to rebuild Crown Heights' real estate capacity while providing affordable rentals for residents," said HPD Commissioner Shaun Donovan.
One place you can start is the Neighborhood Design Center, a Baltimore-based organization that supports grassroots initiatives to improve the quality of life in local neighborhoods (www.ndcmd.org, 410-233-9686), Among other functions, the organization serves as a resource for people seeking information on purchasing and rehabilitating vacant houses and lots.
New figures show the estimated reduction in the number of potential crimes that can result from rehabilitating offenders through community sentences.
Because the state mandates that counties reduce the amount of refuse materials produced, the opportunity arises to take things like yard waste, construction waste, and even food waste and compost it for rehabilitating degraded sites.
Department of the Interior, has released a report, Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings, that summarizes the positive effects of the historic preservation program started 25 years ago.
Some states administer programs that provide tax credits to assist developers with the cost of rehabilitating historic properties.
In 1989/90 the provincial Ministry of Northern Development and Mines revised the provincial Mining Act to ensure that mining companies would be responsible for rehabilitating their mine tailings.