A refundable damage bond, drawn as a separate payment, may be required for these tasks which have a high potential for resource harm or potential for site restoration. The bond amount is set by estimating the price of monitoring and website restoration, must you fail to adequately care for or full clean up of the positioning. The permittee is answerable for elimination of apparatus, props, and trash, and restoration of the site to original situation, or in a condition passable to the National Park Service. If this isn’t done, all or a part of the injury bond shall be retained to offset clean-up/recovery expenses. If it isn’t needed, the bond is released when the on-site National Park Service consultant indicators off that site restoration is full and all site use costs have been paid.