Reclamation of Industrial Wasteland

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I am trying to put together a feasibility study that evaluates the reclamation suitability of the industrial wasteland on the south side of Chicago (the U.S. Steel property to be specific). Reclamation suitability needs to be addressed, which should be done in two steps, the first step would be to exclude those unsuitable wasteland by the limits conditions, while the second step needs to evaluate the suitability degree of the identified suitable wasteland. From the perspectives of soil fertility, soil pollution, farmland water conservancy and land damage, twelve evaluation factors need to include soil depth, gravel content, bulk density, organic material content, pollution index, gradient, flatness, irrigation and drainage condition, source of borrowed earth, distance from the residential settlement, erosion modulus and damage extent, which will establish an index system for evaluating the abandoned industrial land, aiming to provide references for the future reclamation of the U.S. Steel abandoned property.

I would also like to include current governmental incentives available to large projects that involve reclaiming industrial wasteland, while specifically focusing on the US Steel abandoned property.

I would like as much detail as possible within the scope of the Brain mass help guidelines. Not every one of the specified elements needs to be addressed.

Thank you so much!!!

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