Everett Smelter Cleanup – Frequently Asked Questions
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|Description||The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) is cleaning up arsenic and lead contamination left behind by the Asarco smelter, in residential and industrial areas of northeast Everett. We have now completed cleanup on more than half of the approximately 700 homes in the cleanup area, as well as American Legion Memorial Park. This document answers frequently asked questions about the cleanup.|
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|Contact||Sandra Matthews at 425-649-7206 or Sandra.Matthews@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||Everett, contaminated, cleanup, smelter, lead, arsenic, Asarco|
|WEB PAGE||Everett Smelter Cleanup|
|CLEANUP SITE||Cleanup Site ID: 4298
|FACILITY SITE||Facility Site ID: 2744
Everett Smelter 2017 Fact Sheet
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