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Van Stone MIne Site

Publication number Date Published
12-09-040October 2012
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Author(s) Carol Bergin
Description Ecology is beginning work to prevent possible breaching of the Upper Tailing Pile of the Van Stone Mine site. The site is located 24 miles northeast of the city of Colville off Van Stone Road in Stevens County, Washington. Rain events this spring and summer made the Upper Tailings Pile vulnerable to breaching.
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Keywords mining, erosion
WEB PAGE Additional Information
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 461

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 1554858


Van Stone Mine Cleanup Site: Draft cleanup plan ready for public review and comment

Van Stone Cleanup Options: Public input invited on draft Feasibility Study