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Kaiser Aluminum - Mead Works Potliner Superfund Cleanup site

Publication number Date Published
04-09-090August 2004
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Author(s) Paul Skyllingstad
Description The Department of Ecology, United States Environmental Protection Agency, and Kaiser Aluminum Corporation have reached a settlement to clean up cyanide and fluoride contamination found at the Kaiser Aluminum smelter in Mead, Washington.
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Keywords smelter, superfund, ground water, contaminated soil

Kaiser Aluminum - Mead Works Potliner Superfund Cleanup Site