Los Angeles County Environmental Hazard Sites
Environmental Hazard Zones include Leaking Underground Storage Tanks, Solid Waste Landfills, National and State Priority List sites, Active Oil Wells, Inactive Plugged Oil Wells, Toxic Chemical Release Inventory, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Information System, Abandoned Mines, RCRA Corrective Action Sites, Radiation Sites, National Clandestine Laboratory Register sites and Spills, Leaks, Investigation and Cleanup sites.
All Environmental Hazard Sites are man-made. Most of them causes soil contamination, water contamination, radiation or air pollution, which are harmful people's health. People have more chance to get the cancer living in the Environmental Hazard Zones.
Certainly, the property inside or near the Environmental Hazard Zones will lost its value. It will cost lots of money to clean-up. Even after clean-up, it will have difficulty to transfer to the new owner.