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Remediation

Efforts to counteract some or all of the effects of pollution after it has been released into an environment. Also, to clean a site that has been damaged by industry that is physical, chemical, or biological in origin.
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Pennsylvania, where coal mining has tapered off over the years, will receive $19.7 million, but has abandoned coal mines that will cost an estimated $4.5 billion to remediate. And West Virginia, another historic coal mining hotbed, will receive about $17.5 million but needs about $625 million to reclaim its mines.
Now they can filter out the noise and quickly discover and remediate an attack.
Once the workgroups are in place and have started developing the CAP, management should implement a system to document and monitor the progress of corrective actions that remediate the root causes.
Finance leaders must improve how they remediate operational performance issues and enable their organisation to act.
In essence, my proposal encourages companies to follow Citigroup's model by incentivizing the marketplace to conduct the analysis and remediate any gender wage disparities.
"Middle East organisations need holistic data protection strategies and solutions to prevent, contain, and remediate the chances of a data breach," says Savitha Bhaskar, COO, Condo Protego.
Therefore it is concluded that bacterial consortium with maize enhanced the rate of degradation of hydrocarbons in oily sludge and can be best suitable to remediate such soil completely.
"Although the Town's legal actions have caused unnecessary delays, we're ready to remediate and develop the site to the highest standards that will bring in new tax revenue and enhance the whole community."
As well as imposing the fine, the DFSA directed ABN to undertake further steps to remediate its AML related deficiencies.
In contrast to the government sector, organisations in financial services and manufacturing more proactively remediate the majority of their vulnerabilities (65 and 81 percent respectively).
The 2015 report found that while no true security best practices exist, the key is in identifying the security metrics that mean the most to the organization and focusing on those activities to remediate specific vulnerabilities.
The challenge remains as to how organisations make sense of all this data and understand the context so they can intelligently respond and remediate quickly.