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Murry Lead Smelt Mill (United States)

The Murray Smelter was a large lead smelter in Murray City. The smelter operated for about 77 years, from 1872 until 1949. ASARCO operated it from 1902 to 1949. The lead smelting and arsenic refining operations affected the soil, groundwater, surface water and sediment at the 142-acre site and the surrounding area.

Now is the home to Intermountain Health Center, Costco, and a UTA TRAX light rail station.

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