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Everett Smelter Site Overview - Frequently Asked Questions

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10-09-188November 2010
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Author(s) Nancy Lui
Description This FAQ answers questions relating to the Everett Smelter Site, which is in Everett, Snohomish County, Washington. Questions and answers relate to general information about the site and its history, the cleanup process, health effects and risk, and contracting for cleanup.
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Keywords cleanup, smelter, lead, contamination, arsenic, Asarco
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