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National government to foot bill for polluted soil cleanup

Date Posted: 2002-03-08

Naha Defense Facilities Administration Bureau (DFAB) director Shinshiro Yamazaki announced on Feb. 28 that the government of Japan would assume all expenses incurred in removing and disposing of polluted soil from a construction site formerly used by the U.S. military in Chatan Town. Yamazaki also made clear that leasing contracts in this kind of situation specify that the Japanese government is responsible for restoring land to its owner in its original condition, regardless of when any pollution is discovered. Concerning cleanup expenses already incurred by Chatan Town, Yamazaki said that although the source of the pollution had not yet been positively identified, no sources other than the U.S. military had come to light and as a result the Japanese government would assume responsibility for disposal costs.

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