A worker with MRC Construction helps backfill clean soil (lower right) after contaminated soil was removed from a property in the Asarco plume zone on 48th Street in Ruston.
A worker with MRC Construction helps backfill clean soil (lower right) after contaminated soil was removed from a property in the Asarco plume zone on 48th Street in Ruston. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo
A worker with MRC Construction helps backfill clean soil (lower right) after contaminated soil was removed from a property in the Asarco plume zone on 48th Street in Ruston. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo

Ending legacy of Asarco is worth hassle

May 23, 2016 03:15 PM

UPDATED May 25, 2016 09:42 AM

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