History of White Pine

This Scott Street parcel was formerly part of the White Pine Sash wood manufacturing and treatment facility, which became a State Superfund site in 1994. State Superfund sites are investigated and cleaned up under the supervision of the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) in accord with Montana’s Comprehensive Environmental Cleanup and Responsibility Act (CECRA). The east half (9.8 acres) of the parcel has been cleaned up to residential standards under DEQ supervision, and can be developed as housing or for other uses. The west half (9.3 acres) of the parcel has been cleaned up to commercial/industrial standards under DEQ supervision. Full redevelopment of the west half cannot commence until cleanup of another portion of White Pine Sash is completed (approximately 2023-2024).

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