1 edition of technical department of the New Jersey Zinc Company. found in the catalog.
technical department of the New Jersey Zinc Company.
New Jersey Zinc Company.
|LC Classifications||TS640 .N4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||30005259|
Jersey Miniere Zinc is located in Clarksville, Tennessee. This organization primarily operates in the Zinc business / industry within the Wholesale Trade - Durable Goods sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 9 years. the new jersey zinc company inc. employees'' retirement plan skip to main content skip to the new jersey zinc company inc. employees'' retirement plan. workers & retirees. the new jersey zinc company inc. employees'' retirement plan. overview. sponsor: horsehead resources development corp.
Richard Rosenberg joined U.S. Zinc in April and was charged with setting up the company’s legal department. In addition to serving as U.S. Zinc’s General Counsel, Rosenberg serves as the company’s Chief Administrative Officer, leading U.S. Zinc’s global human resources department as well as its efforts in the areas of quality control, and health, safety and environment. The first hundred years of the New Jersey Zinc Company, a history of the founding and development of a company and an industry, Item PreviewPages:
Other volumes will follow, I am told by King, who expects volume 2, History of Mining, Gems, and Technical Papers, to appear in the fall of After the table of contents appears a dedication, with two portraits, to Richard Philip Hauck (b. ) of New Jersey who is best known for acquiring the New Jersey Zinc Company's mine property and. Comment: New Jersey Zinc Co. consolidated several mines and properties, including the Little Chief, Iron Mask, Belden, and Black Iron mines, into the Eagle mine by The Newhouse tunnel, near the railroad, and the Wilkesbarre shaft provide main access to some 20 levels and 65 miles of workings that extend at least 8, ft. down dip from.
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The Horsehead Holding Corporation, formerly The New Jersey Zinc Company, is an American producer of zinc and related material based in Pittsburgh. The New Jersey Zinc Company was for many years the largest producer of zinc and zinc products in the United States.
The company thrived in the period from toat which time it merged with Gulf and Western : Chapter 11 bankruptcy. New Jersey Zinc's Palmerton site was left an environmental disaster; years of dumping heavy metals into the surrounding air, water, and soil left a barren wasteland onsite where even the bacteria needed for plants to decay couldn't survive.
Here is the full gallery on Matthew Christopher's Abandoned America. In fact, it was incorporated in around the area's growing zinc mining industry, which began in For many years, the New Jersey Zinc Company was the largest U.S.
producer of zinc, which is used to make brass and construction materials. The town actually was. The first hundred years of the New Jersey Zinc Company: a history of the founding and development of a company and an industry, Author: New Jersey Zinc Company: Publisher: New Jersey Zinc Company, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: 69 pages: Subjects: Zinc industry and trade: Export.
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NJ Zinc Company, Palmerton, PA was created by momma The New Jersey Zinc Company was for many years the largest producer of zinc and zinc products in the United States. The company thrived in the period from toat which time it merged with Gulf and Western Industries.
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Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report – Historical Zinc Smelting in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C., with Estimates of Atmospheric Zinc Emissions and Other Materials.
New Jersey Zinc Company Report. Feb. 3, Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from February 3,Page 22 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine. New Jersey Zinc had certainly had a profound effect on the local ecosystem in that it appeared to have essentially obliterated it.
When I returned shortly after the first trip and was walking around, I noticed two police officers wandering the site, looking around. New Jersey Zinc is a chapter in my book, Abandoned America: Age of Consequences. Inthe New Jersey Zinc Company located a Zinc smelting operation (now the West Plant) here, in order to take advantage of the anthracite coal being mined just north of Palmerton and the zinc mines in Franklin, New Jersey.
The town was named after New Jersey Zinc's then-President, Stephen S. Palmer, though Palmer was reportedly not pleased County: Carbon. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Our Mission: The Emission Measurement Section (EMS), formerly Bureau of Technical Services, is responsible for overseeing the quality assurance/quality control of air emissions measurements in New Jersey.
About Us. Headquartered in Houston, Texas for more than 65 years, U.S. Zinc has grown into the premier global leader in the added value zinc products market.U.S. Zinc manufactures zinc oxide from high grade (HG) and special high grade (SHG) zinc metal as well as from zinc secondaries.
The Sterling Hill Zinc Mine was operated by the New Jersey Zinc Company since the early part of the Twentieth Century until it closed in The company was involved in a tax dispute with the Town of Ogdensburg, but it backfired on the town when the company decided to abandon the mine.
A few years later, the property became a museum.2/5(). The New Jersey Zinc Company, owned by Gulf & Western Industries, Inc., closed its operation at Austinville Decem Inthe company conveyed twelve staff houses to Lead Mines Estates, Inc., where some of the former employees now live.
Franklin Mine, Franklin, Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA: This is the consolidated property (circa ) on the Franklin orebody, formerly owned by the New Jersey Zinc Co.
The coordinates are for a central portion of the mine complex. Individual named pits. charles e. brundage, individually and as trustee for the charles e. and edna t. brundage charitable scientific and wild life conservation foundation, plaintiff-appellant, and eileen h.
carr, plaintiff-intervenor-appellant, v. the new jersey zinc company, a new jersey corporation, et al., defendants-respondents. the supreme court of new jersey.
Cadmium and zinc can leach into the ground water and cause health problems. According to the EPA the New Jersey Zinc Company was named as the Potentially Responsible Party and was therefore responsible for the clean up of the contaminated site (Brown, L., ).
The New Jersey Zinc Company was ordered to cleanup the site under EPA oversight. The New Jersey Zinc Company was the largest employer in Sussex County and paid one third of property taxes in Sussex County, providing steady employment for many people.
According to the late John Naisby, Franklin in the ’s was virtually untouched by the depression, providing a four day work week for the N.J. Zinc Company employees.
Welcome to Wawayanda State Park!Located in the NJ Highlands, Wawayanda State Park was one of the first major acquisitions by the New Jersey Green Acres program. Wawayanda State Park was purchased in from the New Jersey Zinc Company which had proposed development for the property.
The name “Wawayanda” is of Lenape origin and is said to mean water on the mountain. Palmerton was founded in largely because of its closeness to anthracite, the Lehigh Canal and the railroads. Zinc mines were in Franklin, New Jersey as well. In the late 19th century, the New Jersey Zinc Co.
consolidated regional operations here. Inthe .The nature of “arizonite” * Technical Department, The New Jersey Zinc Company (of Pa.), Palmerton, Pennsylvania. Search for other works by this author on: GSW.
Google Scholar. * Technical Department, The New Jersey Zinc Company (of Pa.), Palmerton, by: (N. BThe value of the zinc in New Jersey is not that of ore mined.
It is the estimated smelting value of the recoverable zinc content of the ore after freight, haulage, smelting and manufacturing charges are added.) Zinc ore mined in New Jersey in wasshort tons, in Tennesseetons, and in New Y tons.