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When U.S. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for the symbolic sum of $1 in 2012, few here thought the ailing communist-era factory would ever be revived.
When U.S. Steel sold its loss-making smelter in Serbia to the government for $1 in 2012, few thought the communist-era factory would ever be revived.
The West Calumet Complex was built in 1972, just north of a USS Lead refinery and directly on top of a different demolished lead smelter and an old metal-processing plant that were never properly cleaned up.
Much of the contamination is is from lead smelters, most of them no longer in operation.
That's helping spur Century toward restarting some production at a Kentucky smelter, Chief Executive Officer Mike Bless said in an interview from the Habor Intelligence conference.
A monotonous landscape of sand, rocks, and shrubs is interrupted only by the occasional gas refinery or lead smelter.
The company plans to spend $350 million to upgrade the Kansanshi mine and at least $700 million to build a second smelter, having already invested almost $4 billion in the country, Pascall said in the letter.
See More The prospects for importing high purity aluminum, from a geopolitical risk standpoint, aren't friendly; only a few smelters in the world produce it, and those are located mostly in Russia, the Middle East, and China.
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: a machine used for smelting metal
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