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Anaconda Workers Sue Over Toxic Exposure

Eight people who worked at a U.S. Minerals slag-processing plant in Anaconda which closed last June have sued the company saying it failed to protect them from toxic dust and exposed them to high levels of arsenic. The latest lawsuit follows fines probation and other conditions imposed last year after being convicted of negligent endangerment ...

U.S. Minerals Inc. Pleads Guilty In Criminal Case

U.S. Minerals Incorporated accused of exposing employees to elevated levels of arsenic at its Anaconda facility has admitted to violating the Clean Air Act. According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office under the terms of a plea agreement in the criminal case the government and U.S. Minerals will jointly recommend to the Co...

Anaconda Plant To Plead Guilty To Negligent Endangerment

U.S. Minerals in Anaconda has reached a plea agreement in a federal case charging the company with exposing its employees to unsafe levels of arsenic. Northern News Network’s Eric Young has the details.