Superfund Site Profile
Announcements and Key Topics
EPA has determined in the five-year review that the cleanup at the Midvale Slag Superfund site is protective. This means that the current remedy is protective of human health and the environment and allows for residential, recreational and commercial reuse. Drinking water is provided by the Jordan Valley Water Conservation District Exit with ...
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The 446-acre Midvale Slag site is located in Midvale City and Murray City, Utah. Five lead and copper smelters operated at the site between 1871 and 1971. Smelter facilities were ...
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