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    • Sandoval Zinc Company

    • EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; IEPA; Marion County; Sandoval Zinc; Sandoval, Illinois; contaminated properties; contamination; fact sheets; faq; hazardous waste sites; lead contamination; superfund sites; zinc contamination; zinc smelting
    • An uncontrolled waste pile made up of cinders and slag covers approximately five acres of the facility. The cinder/slag contains elevated levels of lead, zinc and other metals. Contaminants have migrated from the site to a drainage ditch and...
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 04; Fall, 1982

    • Lead mines and mining -- Illinois; Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Photographs -- Joliet prisons; Climate change -- Illinois; Museum publications -- King, James -- Fossils; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits -- Calendar;...
    • Mother lode along the Mississippi; Man against the land, pt. II; Joliet Prison Photographs (1890-1930); Weathering change; Books: Fossils by James E. King; Art: recent acquisitions; Index -- volume 44; Calendar; Eagles along the Mississippi
    • The Living Museum vol. 48, no. 04; Autumn, 1986

    • Fluorspar - mining -- Illinois; Water pollution -- industry -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Liberty; Art exhibitions -- poetry -- paintings; Index -- volume 48; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Fabulous fluorite; Industrial middens: the legacy of Illinois' industrial past; Liberties with Liberty; Illinois prairies: a sense of place; Calendar; Index volume 48
    • Retention of zinc, cadmium, copper, and lead by geologic materials

    • 1982; Borings; Gibb, James P., and Keros Cartwright; Groundwater -\- Pollution; Hazardous substances -\- Environmental apects; ISWS COOP-9; Leachate; Soil pollution; Wells -\- Sampling
    • The vertical and horizontal migration patterns of zinc, cadmium, copper, and lead through the soil and shallow aquifer systems at two secondary zinc smelters were defined by use of soil coring and monitoring well techniques. The vertical migration...
    • The Living Museum vol.  02, no.  05; September, 1940

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- Egyptian scribe; Museum -- Publication -- Janssen, Raymond E.; Museum visitors -- Numbers; Harp -- Africa; Towns -- Illinois; Woodland paths; Fossil plants -- Reconstruction; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Illinois;...
    • Museum announces a new book; Story of a harp; Towns that minerals built; Along the woodland path, no. 5; Reconstruction of a fossil plant; Records of the past; Turn of the tide; Art gallery program for 1940-41
    • Sandoval Zinc Company

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    • An uncontrolled waste pile made up of cinders and slag covers approximately five acres of the facility. The cinder/slag contains elevated levels of lead, zinc and other metals. Contaminants have migrated from the site to a drainage ditch and...
    • New Jersey Zinc/Mobil Chemical Sample Results

    • Arsenic; Barium; Cadmium; Copper; DePue, Illinois; EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; IEPA; Lake DePue; Lead; Mercury; New Jersey Zinc Mobil Chemical superfund site; Selenium; Zinc contamination; contaminated properties; contaminated sediment;...
    • In March 1992, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) collected samples in DePue including samples of soil, sediment, and surface water. The information from these samples will be used in making a preliminary evaluation of possible...
    • Retention of zinc, cadmium, copper, and lead by geologic materials

    • 1982; Borings; Gibb, James P., and Keros Cartwright; Groundwater -\- Pollution; Hazardous substances -\- Environmental apects; ISWS COOP-9; Leachate; Soil pollution; Wells -\- Sampling
    • The vertical and horizontal migration patterns of zinc, cadmium, copper, and lead through the soil and shallow aquifer systems at two secondary zinc smelters were defined by use of soil coring and monitoring well techniques. The vertical migration...
    • Matthiessen and Hegeler Site

    • Contaminated Properties; Contamination; EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; FAQ; Fact Sheets; IEPA; LaSalle, Illinois; Little Vermilion River; Matthiessen and Hegeler; Sediment Contamination; Soil Contamination; Zinc Contamination; Zinc Rolling...
    • Matthiessen and Hegeler is an inactive zinc rolling mill and smelter that operated from 1858 to 1978. The 160 acre property is located on the west side of the Little Vermilion River in LaSalle, Illinois. In December 1993, the Illinois Environmental...
    • The Living Museum vol. 72, no. 04; Winter, 2010

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Mary Ann MacLean Play Museum; Museum collections -- Anthropology; Black-necked Stilt -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges; Himantopus mexicanus -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges
    • In small things remembered: objects from the Illinois State Museum anthropological collections; The Flood Bird: range expansion in the Black-necked Stilt; Around the State with Director Bonnie Styles

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