remedial action

Definition of "remedial action"
  1. A measure or steps implemented to repair and restore the quality of the environment for an extended period, often applied in the context of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
How to use "remedial action" in a sentence
  1. The industrial plant has been ordered to take remedial action to mitigate its waste output and restore local water quality.
  2. The city's environmental agency has proposed a set of remedial actions to improve air quality in urban areas.
  3. After the oil spill, extensive remedial action was necessary to rehabilitate the affected marine ecosystem.

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