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Company Overview of United Park City Mines Company
United Park City Mines Company develops, leases, and sells real property located in or near Park City, Utah. It owns surface estate to approximately 8,300 acres of land. Of this land, United Park leases to ski resort operators approximately 4,800 acres of its surface estate for skiing. The company was incorporated in 1953 and is based in Park City, Utah. As of July 18, 2003, United Park City Mines Company operates as a subsidiary of Capital Growth Partners.
7700 Marsac 3
Park City, UT 84060
Founded in 1953
Key Executives for United Park City Mines Company
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
United Park City Mines Company Key Developments
United Park City Mines Company Agrees to Clean Up Mine Waste at Richardson Flat Superfund Site
Mar 7 14
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that United Park City Mines Company has entered into an agreement with multiple federal and state agencies to assess, cleanup, and restore more than 2,700 acres that are contaminated with historic mining waste within the Richardson Flat Superfund site near Park City, Utah. Under the terms of an administrative order on consent between UPCM and EPA, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation, and the State of Utah Natural Resource Trustee, UPCM will perform an engineering evaluation, cost analysis, cleanup, and restoration in lower Silver Creek. EPA is encouraged by United Park City Mines commitment to cleaning up the Silver Creek watershed. Restoring these areas and addressing the discharge of heavy metals to Silver Creek will result in dramatic improvements to aquatic habitat and water quality. These efforts will also help ensure the long-term success of work being done to address mine waste in other parts of the Richardson Flat site. Historical mining operations undertaken by various parties within the Park City Mining District produced substantial quantities of ore and created significant volumes of mine waste that have contributed to surface water, groundwater, and soil contamination in the Silver Creek watershed.
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