The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Montana Environmental Trust Group (METG), Trustee of the Montana Environmental Custodial Trust, updated the community on cleanup and redevelopment activities at the former ASARCO East Helena Smelter Facility during a Dec. 8, 2020, virtual public meeting.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Montana Environmental Trust Group LLC (METG), Trustee of the Montana Environmental Custodial Trust, are hosting a virtual Public Meeting on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, at 7 p.m. to update the community on cleanup and redevelopment activities at the former ASARCO East Helena Smelter Facility.
Join online or by phone. See details in the flyer.
INVITATION TO TOWN HALL MEETING
FORMER ASARCO SMELTER—EAST HELENA
Invitation To: The Citizens of East Helena & Other Interested Stakeholders
What: Town Hall Meeting To Learn About What’s Going On At Former ASARCO Smelter
When: Thursday, March 20th From 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Where: METG Offices—325 Manlove Street, East Helena, MT
Hosted By: US Environmental Protection Agency and The Montana Environmental Trust Group (METG)
View the 32 slide presentation from Montana Environmental Trust Group’s Annual Meeting on Feb 24th, 2011. (3.9MB PDF)
The Montana Environmental Trust Group (METG) is hosting a meeting to present information and answer questions about the cleanup of soil and groundwater contamination related to the former ASARCO Plant in East Helena. The Environmental Protection Agency, Montana Department of Environmental Quality and Montana Department of Justice will also be available at the meeting.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
East Valley Middle School Library
401 Kalispell Street, East Helena
Please come to meet members of the METG team, find out what is being planned, and ask your questions.
Download the Public Meeting announcement flyer for posting.
This document was prepared for ASARCO Incorporated by Hydrometrics, Inc. in September 1998 and revised January 1999. It is the complete report totaling 2124 pages and is a 320MB PDF file.
Rather than downloading the entire report, you can view a summary by download any of the first four parts, each constituting sequential hundred page excerpts from the report:
If you’d like to download the entire 320MB file, you can access it here: