2021-5-4 & 0183; The Iron King Mine – Humboldt Smelter Superfund Site is lo ed near Humboldt Arizona. The site operated from 1906 to the 1960’s and was active gold silver copper lead and zinc. The Humboldt Smelter performed custom smelting for many mines in the area and was active from
2021-7-29 & 0183; This is a list of Superfund sites in Arizona designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA environmental law. The CERCLA federal law of 1980 authorized the United States Superfund sites & 0183;
The Site Lo ion column contains a link to a map with the site lo ion. Select a state from the map for a list of NPL sites in that state. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page ; ations ; The first — and most famous — Superfund site was Love Canal a neighborhood in Niagara Falls N.Y. where 22000 tons of
2018-7-20 & 0183; The front of the mine tailings pile at the Iron King Mine and Humboldt Smelter Superfund Site in Yavapai County. Photo: UA Superfund Research Program Arizona's metal ore mining industry supplies the copper silver gold molybdenum and lead used to make cell phones cars electrical wiring and other products that are an important part of ：9
2019-2-22 & 0183; Late 1800s – 1969: The Humboldt Smelter operated from the late 1800s until 1969. The original smelter burned down in 1904 and was rebuilt in 1906. Ore from the Iron King Mine may have been processed at the Humboldt Smelter during this time period.The Iron King Mine operated from the late 1800s until the early 1960s and was a periodically active mine for gold silver copper
2021-3-12 & 0183; Using mine tailing dust collected from Arizona's Iron King Mine and Humboldt Smelter superfund site – both known for their elevated levels of arsenic and lead – biomedical researchers recently correlated early life inhalation exposure to arsenic and significant issues in lung development in a mouse model.. In efforts to combat exposure and support the mining industry's goal to reduce
The Iron King Mine / Humboldt Smelter Superfund Site was listed on the National Priorities List in 2008. There are two major contributors to contamination at the Iron King Mine / Humboldt Smelter Site. First the former Iron King Mine where mining operations began in the late 1890s consists of about 150 acres and is lo ed west of Highway 69.
2019-6-18 & 0183; Beck offered a presentation on the history of mining at the present-day Superfund site that encompasses the Humboldt Smelter and the Iron King Mine and findings of the Environmental Protection
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2008-9-3 & 0183; right Iron King mine tailings Humboldt AZ. Credit wikipedia This brings the number of Superfund sites in Arizona to 9. According to EPA "the site encompasses areas of contamination from two facilities: the Iron King Mine property and the Humboldt Smelter property. The Iron King Mine was an active mine from 1904 until 1969.
2021-3-23 & 0183; The Iron King Mine site as the area is collectively known was added in the mid-1990s to the list of hazardous-waste sites that EPA considers for the Superfund program.
2015-5-22 & 0183; 2 Iron King Mine / Humboldt Smelter Superfund Site Understanding Background Metals and the Area of Potential Site Impact Arsenic and lead are metals that occur naturally in soils at vary-ing levels. Levels of naturally-occurring “background” arsenic or
2021-7-12 & 0183; At the Iron King Mine – Humboldt Smelter Superfund* site EPA’s Community Involvement Program helps citizens participate throughout the cleanup process including the investigation phase and the remedy selection phase. EPA works closely with the Arizona Department of Environ-mental Quality ADEQ . ADEQ is an active partner and
2018-3-7 & 0183; EPA getting close to cleanup options on Superfund site Site overview — the former Humboldt Smelter property in the foreground and the former Iron King Mine property in the background. EPA
2019-2-21 & 0183; — In Colorado's San Juan Mountains site of the Gold King blowout some 400 abandoned or inactive mine sites contribute an estimated 15 million gallons 57 million liters of acid mine drainage
2012-9-1 & 0183; Figure 1. The Superfund Process for the Iron King Mine - Humboldt Smelter Superfund Site. Groundwater Well Installation. EPA has completed the installation of four additional groundwater wells at the Iron King Mine Tailings Pile. EPA is also in the process of installing two wells down-gradient of the Mine. The instal- lation of these additional
2017-12-8 & 0183; September 7 2016 EPA puts Gold King Mine other Colorado sites on priority list and pegs acid muck flow at 5.4 m gallons a day February 22 2016 Silverton San Juan County vote yes for Superfund
2016-10-17 & 0183; at the Iron King Mine/Humboldt Smelter IKHS Superfund site. During this investigation EPA screened or sampled 580 residential yards for lead and arsenic contamination and has analyzed more than 6000 samples in both residential and non-residential areas of the site. Sampling results show that the great majority of yards sampled do not have
2014-12-15 & 0183; The Iron King Mine and Humboldt Smelter Superfund site a previously . operated mine and smelter in Arizona contains large amounts of uncontrolled mine waste called tailings with elevated arsenic concentrations. Older mine tailings are prone to wind dispersion and water erosion potentially elevating heavy metal concentrations in the soil
2021-3-3 & 0183; Iron King Mine – Humboldt Smelter PDF 54 pp 18.6 MB Dewey-Humboldt AZ ASARCO Mission Mine PDF 18 pp 1.1 MB Sahuarita AZ In addition the AMLT has provided support to EPA’s Re-Power Initiative which has awarded grants for the National Renewable Energy Lab to evaluate the feasibility of developing renewable energy production
2017-4-4 & 0183; Iron King Mine / Humboldt EPA Smelter Superfund Site. This fact sheet provides information about the United States Environmental Protec-tion Agency’s EPA plans to clean up soil in a limited number of residential yards in Dewey-Humboldt contaminated with material from the Iron King Mine / Humboldt Smelter IKHS Superfund site.
1 天前 & 0183; In 1980 Congress created the Superfund to pay for the cleanup of the country's most hazardous waste sites. There are currently more than 1700 of these waste sites. Use this map to see how close
Bioaccessibility release kinetics and molecular speciation of arsenic and lead in geo-dusts from the Iron King Mine Federal Superfund site in Humboldt Arizona. Nazune Menka Rob Root Jon Chorover. Soil Water and Environmental Science; Research output: Contribution to journal Article peer-review. 4 Scopus citations.
There are 2 active NPL superfund sites in Dewey Humboldt AZ. Humboldt Smelter. End Of Main Street. Humboldt AZ 86329. Iron King Mine Humboldt Smelter. Parts Of Secs 1516 And 22 Twp 13n Rng 1e. Dewey-humboldt AZ 86327. Viewing 1 - 2 out of 2 results. top right bottom left center.
2021-7-29 & 0183; This is a list of Superfund sites in Missouri designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA environmental law. The CERCLA federal law of 1980 authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA to create a list of polluted lo ions requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations.Superfund sites & 0183;
2012-10-4 & 0183; Iron King Mine and Humboldt EPA Smelter Superfund Site Interim Removal Report Available Online Site Update Removal Report Available Online EPA completed a removal action in November 2011. e in-terim removal action began in September 2011 and included the cleanup of residential yards the removal of the Small
2020-12-8 & 0183; AZ0000309013: Iron King Mine - Humboldt Smelter: Yavapai: Arsenic contamination of soil sediments surface water and ground water including several private wells and one municipal well. Arsenic and lead contamination of soil in residential yards.: 03/19/2008: 09/03/2008 – – –
2010-5-2 & 0183; EPA officials held a town hall meeting in Dewey-Humboldt last week to report on the results of their testing of the Iron King Mine and Humboldt smelter Superfund sites.The Prescott Daily Courier reports that EPA project manager Leah Butler said
2021-7-23 & 0183; This is a list of Superfund sites in Arizona designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA environmental law. The CERCLA federal law of 1980 authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA to create a list of polluted lo ions requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations.
2021-7-30 & 0183; Superfund National Priorities List NPL Where You Live Map *The latitude and longitude coordinates for the sites displayed in the map are derived from Hazard Ranking System documentation records used to support the addition of these sites to
2017-4-4 & 0183; The Summitville Mine site served as a lo ion for gold mining beginning in the late 1800s and by the mid-1980s the site was used for open-pit gold copper and silver mining. These activities
2010-5-26 & 0183; Superfund site Vershire VT ..56 22–27. Graphs showing— 22. Downstream variations in aluminum iron cadmium copper and zinc hazard quotients in surface waters at the Ely Mine Superfund site ershire VT. V A
2020-3-22 & 0183; Both the Iron King Mine and the Humboldt Smelter were shut down in the late ‘60s. But the piles of dirt and residue left behind are now blowing into the lives of the residents. The dust contains poisonous metals which have now been found in drinking water air and soil. The EPA did a study of the site back in 2002.
2020-7-8 & 0183; Understanding the Gold King Mine Spill Karletta Chief Janick F. Artiola Sarah T. Wilkinson Paloma Beamer and Raina M. Maier On Wednesday August 5 2015 during a United States Environmental Protection Agency US EPA mine site investigation of the abandoned Gold King Mine
2016-9-20 & 0183; WASHINGTON — Environmental and tribal activists welcomed the government’s announcement Sept. 7 that it had designated the Gold King Mine a Superfund site advancing the cleanup of an area contaminated by a multimillion
Mine tailings from Iron King Mine and Humboldt Smelter Superfund IKMHSS site can be considered one of the worst scenarios due to the extreme conditions which prevent the growth of a vegetation cap. The high concentration of metals such as arsenic and lead highly acidic lack of the nutrients carbon and nitrogen in the soil structure and
2010-8-29 & 0183; The Iron Mountain Mine outside of Redding is a hellish pit where acid water sloshes against your boots greenish bacterial slime gurgles out of the walls and stalactites and stalagmites of acid
2019-9-25 & 0183; The Captain Jack Mill site below was designated a U.S. EPA Superfund site in 2003 and construction was completed in 2012; last year the site was associated with a fish die-off in a nearby creek. In Colorado and beyond acid mine drainage has the potential to pollute vital waterways long after mineral extraction has ceased.
Iron King Mine Humboldt Smelter is a superfund site lo ed at Parts Of Secs 1516 And 22 Twp 13n Rng 1e Dewey-humboldt AZ 86327. The Environmental Protection Agency EPA identifies sites such as Iron King Mine Humboldt Smelter because they pose or had once posed a potential risk to human health and/or the environment due to contamination by one or more hazardous wastes.
2019-2-21 & 0183; mine site contaminants — In Colorado’s San Juan Mountains site of the Gold King blowout some 400 abandoned or inactive mine sites contribute an estimated 15 million gallons of acid mine