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Everett Smelter Cleanup Site: Soil Cleanup and Investigation Continues in Everett

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12-09-139December 2012
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Author(s) Meg Bommarito
Description This fact sheet provides an update on the cleanup and sampling work being conducted in Everett as a result of contamination from the Asarco smelter. The smelter operated in Everett in the early 1900s and caused widespread arsenic and lead contamination in northeast Everett. Residential soil cleanup and lowlands sampling continue in 2013 in neighborhoods along East Marine View Drive, Maple Street, and the Everett Housing Authority Grandview Neighborhood.
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Keywords cleanup, smelter, contaminated soil, clean up, Asarco
FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 2744


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