TACOMA SMELTER PLUME CLEANUP
Date: September 2015 to presentGET A QUOTE
The Tacoma Smelter Plume Project is a $94 million effort to replace soil polluted with lead and arsenic. The project focuses on remediating play areas and yards closest to a copper smelter plant that ceased operation in 1985. Read more about the project in a story
by The News Tribune
4,000 cubic yards of 3-Way Topsoil
Our soil met tough guidelines implemented by the EPA, including strict tolerances for gradation and moisture content. Our soil also met the requirements of tests screening for chemicals and heavy metals. This ensured that safe, clean soil took the place of contaminated soil and made homeowners safer.