Superfund Sites - No Further Action Map Layer
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This map layer of Superfund Sites facilities deemed "no further action" in
Los Angeles County, California was extracted from the EPA Landview database provided by RTK Net. You can find out more about Landview 6 here. You can also download the Landview 5 program and state files here.
ArcView® / ArcExplorer® format (42k)
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