Alcoa begins final clean-up at Columbia River site
Dec 17, 2007 | 09:01 AM
| Matthew Lerner
Alcoa Inc., Pittsburgh, has begun the early stages of an accelerated clean-up schedule for the company's former aluminum smelter along the Columbia River in Vancouver, Wash.
Alcoa operated the site for some 45 years until its closure in 1985.
In November, Alcoa and the Washington Department of Ecology agreed on an accelerated schedule to complete the clean-up.....
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