Asarco sites to be cleaned under $1.8B settlement

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Posted: Dec 10, 2009 5:26 PM

Asarco mines, smelters and other sites to be cleaned up under settlements with federal and state regulators, according to the U.S. Department of Justice:

ALABAMA:

_Ragland

ARKANSAS:

_Van Buren

ARIZONA:

_Flux Mine

_Hayden

_Helvetia

_Sacaton

_Trench Mine/Salero

CALIFORNIA:

_Blue Ledge

_Golinsky

_Selby

COLORADO:

_Bonanza

_California Gulch

_Colorado School Mines

_Globe Offsite

_Globe Owned

_Isle Mine/Terrible Mine

_Murray Smelter

_Silverton

_Summitville

_Vasquez/I-70

IDAHO:

_Bunker Hill/Coeur d'Alene Box

_Bunker Hill/Coeur d'Alene Basin

_Jack Waite

_Triumph

_Wallace

ILLINOIS:

_Alton

_Beckemeyer

_Circle Smelting

_Midland

_Taylor Springs

INDIANA:

_Whiting

KANSAS:

_Cherokee County (part of the Tri-State agreement)

MISSOURI:

_Big River/St. Joe (part of the Southeastern Missouri or "SEMO" agreement)

_Federal Mine Tailings (part of the SEMO agreement)

_Jasper County (part of the Tri-State agreement)

_Madison County (part of the SEMO agreement)

_Newton County (part of the Tri-State agreement)

_Viburnum

MONTANA:

_Barker

_Black Pine

_Butte

_Combination Mine

_East Helena (Owned)

_East Helena (Unowned)

_Iron Mountain

_Mike Horse

NEBRASKA:

_Omaha Lead

NEW JERSEY:

_Manchester

_Perth Amboy

_South Plainfield

NEW MEXICO:

_Deming

_Groundhog

_Magdalena

_New Mexico Miscellaneous

_Stephenson-Bennett

OHIO:

_Columbus

_Oklahoma

_Henryetta Plant

_Kusa

_Sand Springs

_Tar Creek (part of the Tri-State agreement)

TENNESSEE:

_Coy Mine

TEXAS:

_Amarillo

_El Paso (Owned)

_El Paso (Unowned)

_Encycle

_Gulf Metals

_IBWC (American Dam and Canal portion of the Rio Grande Canalization Project and the American Dam Field Office)

_Lone Star

_Nueces Bay

UTAH:

_Belshazzar

_Gold Hill

_Jacobs

_Murray

_Richardson Flat

WASHINGTON:

_Azurite B&L

_Cholett Mine

_Everett

_Golden King

_Hylebos

_McFarland

_Monte Cristo

_Tacoma Federal

_Tacoma State

_Van Stone