Conti Solar assists on solar install on Vermont mining superfund site

By Kelly Pickerel Read an extended case study from Solar FlexRack on this project here.
Conti Solar played an integral role in turning a historic Superfund site into another renewable energy success story.
The Elizabeth Mine Site, one of the largest intact historic mining sites in New England, operated for over 100 years producing over 50,000 tons of copper. After the mine closed in 1957, associated mine waste remained, and its acidity and metals posed a threat to the area’s water and ecosystems. In 2001, The EPA placed Elizabeth Mine on the National Priorities list, designating the area as a “Superfund” site requiring remediation.
In 2010,

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