1 edition of Community relations plan, Milltown Reservoir sediments superfund site, Milltown, Montana found in the catalog.
by Montana Dept. of Health and Environmental Sciences, Solid and Hazardous Waste Bureau in [Helena]
Written in English
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The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund Site is part of the largest Superfund complex in the western United States. Situated in the Clark Fork River Basin, the complex stretches from the Warm Spring Ponds area near Butte to the Milltown Dam site east of was added to the National Priorities List in when arsenic groundwater contamination was found in the Milltown area. acres to develop a State Park at the current Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund Site at the Confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers in Missoula County. If acquired, these parcels--along with approximately 78 acres currently owned by FWP--would form the core of the Milltown State Park site and enable its development.
The resulting glut of sediments behind the dam – washed downstream from mines and smelters in Butte and Anaconda – created what eventually was designated as the Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund site. The flood was the biggest in Montana history, and two times that of recent floods in the Missoula Valley, Kustudia said. The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund Site. is part of the largest Superfund complex in the western United States Situated in the Clark Fork River Basin, the Milltown Reservoir Sediments/Clark Fork River site stretches from the Warm Spring Ponds area near Butte to the Milltown Dam site east of Missoula1 It was added to the National.
The Milltown Dam was recently breached with a trickle of water instead of dynamite in an effort to clean up a toxic waste site with minimal adverse effects. Fork River OU, Milltown Sediments Superfund Site—EPA Region 8, Montana Office, December • Superfund Program Clean-up Proposal, Clark Fork River OU of the Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund Site (Proposed Plan)—EPA Region 8, Montana office, August Chronology of Enforcement Activities and PRPs.
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the Milltown Reservoir Sediments Operable Unit. EPA and DEQ will consider all public comments received before issuing a Record of Decision (ROD). The ROD will document the final cleanup plan for the Milltown Reservoir Superfund Site. Site Background This Proposed Plan focuses on the reservoir created by Milltown Dam and the impounded.
has released a Record of Decision for the Milltown Reservoir Sediments Operable Unit (MRSOU) Community relations plan the Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund Site near Milltown, Montana. See location map below. EPA is the lead agency for the MRSOU and DEQ is the supporting agency. In AprilEPA, in consultation with DEQ, issued a Proposed Plan for.
Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River. Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund site is in Milltown, Montana. From the s until the late 20th century, the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers region in western Montana was one of.
among local citizens and tribes, the state of Montana and EPA illustrates how stakeholders can work together to protect human health and the environment, turning Superfund sites into valued assets.
Celebrating Success: Milltown Reservoir/ Clark Fork River Superfund Site Milltown, Montana February Cleanup of contaminated sediment at the site. Milltown Newsletters Milltown Reservoir Sediments Milltown, Montana, Milltown Reservoir sediments superfund site County, Congressional District-At Large EPA ID# MTD Clark Fork River Operable Unit, Proposed Plan, public comment period closes Noveme Milltown Superfund Redevelopment Pilot Grant ABOUT THE MILLTOWN RESERVOIR SEDIMENTS SITE.
Superfund Program Cleanup and Restoration Milltown Reservoir Sediments Operable Unit Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund Site August Agreement Reached in Milltown Reservoir Cleanup The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the State of Montana, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service have. ROD ISSUES ABSTRACT Site: Milltown Reservoir Sediments, Montana Region: VIII AA, OSWER Briefing Date: Ma SITE DESCRIPTION The Milltown Reservoir Sediments site is located in Missoula County, Montana.
The site is adjacent to the Milltown Dam where the Big Blackfoot River joins the Clark Fork River. Milltown Dam and Reservoir. The Milltown dam and reservoir were located in Milltown, Montana, about 4 miles upstream of downtown Missoula. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listed the area on the federal Superfund site list in based on high levels of arsenic detected in area drinking water wells.
Butte’s Berkeley Pit got Superfund status inshortly followed by Milltown Reservoir. Further study eventually got the miles of the Upper Clark Fork River drainage included in the federal cleanup program. But solutions came slowly. For a while, the plan was to simply fence off the reservoir and pump new water to the Milltown residents.
A new book traces the history of the Milltown Dam's final days, from its designation as a Superfund site decades ago to its removal in Author: Cory Walsh.
The Milltown Reservoir Sediments site is a National Priority 'Superfund' List (NPL) site. The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of (CERCLA), more commonly known as Superfund, provides broad federal authority to respond to releases (or threatened releases) of hazardous substances that could endanger human Cited by: 1.
Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund Site Community Involvement Plan Community Involvement Community involvement is the process of engaging in dialogue and collaboration with community members. The goal is to advocate and strengthen meaningful community participation during Superfund cleanups.
Helena-- Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) released a Revised Proposed Plan for the Milltown Reservoir Sediments Operable Unit of the Milltown Reservoir Superfund Site. The cleanup plan proposes removing the most highly contaminated sediments behind the year old.
Mining operations left large areas of waste and contamination. In andEPA listed the areas known as the Milltown Reservoir Sediments and the Clark Fork River portions of the site on the Superfund program’s National Priorities List (NPL). Together, these areas form the Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund site.
Abundant outdoor opportunities and a rich cultural heritage converge at the newly restored confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers at the heart of the Milltown State Park. The former site of a Superfund river restoration project, Milltown State Park features more than acres of terrain, ranging from restored river bottoms to a pine.
Thank you Any questions, comments or concerns. Facts Website for the milltown dam The Milltown Dam was an earth-fill gravity-type hydroelectric dam on the Clark Fork river in Missoula County, in the western part of Montana. Inthrough a routine Missoula County water quality.
This book, "Restoring the Shining Waters: Superfund Success at Milltown, Montana", was written by David Brooks Ph.D and published in September by University of Oklahoma Press. Northwest and South Central Montana could be considered one large Superfund Site; encompassing 13 counties including Missoula County where Milltown is located.
The. EPA Superfund Program Milltown Reservoir Sediments/Clark Fork River Starting in the s, Missoula County was home to copper sulfate mining activity.
Inthe Milltown Dam was built to supply electricity to the sawmills responsible for cutting the timber buttresses used in the mines. At the Milltown Reservoir Sediments site, future land use considerations were able to inform EPA Region 8's selection of the site's remedy and the State of Montana's river restoration planning, which enabled the site's reuse as a state park, and the phased remediation, restoration and redevelopment of the area meant that the local communities.
The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund Site is a major Superfund site in Missoula County, Montana, seven miles east of was added to the National Priorities List in when arsenic groundwater contamination was found in the Milltown area. The contamination resulted from a massive flood three years after its construction inwhich washed millions of tons of mine waste into.site downstream from Milltown Reservoir.
Milltown Reservoir is a National Priorities List Superfund site in the upper Clark Fork basin of western Montana where sediments enriched in trace elements from historical mining and ore processing have been deposited since the construction of Milltown .The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Site is an Operable Unit within a larger Superfund Site, the Milltown Reservoir Sediments/Clark Fork River Superfund Site.
This Site includes approximately miles of the Clark Fork River upstream of the Milltown Dam and Reservoir. The Milltown Dam and Reservoir are located at the confluence of the Clark Fork.