General Motors Corp. is scheduled to be recognized Wednesday (Dec. 6) by the Environmental Protection Agency for its brownfield redevelopment efforts. The automaker, especially in the 1990s, has earned the reputation as the industry leader for putting its former manufacturing sites back into use. “We are very concerned and work very hard to take our former production facilities and put them back into a productive reuse,” Conrad Schwartz, GM director of asset management, told Ward's in an ...
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