ALCOA/Reynolds Metals Site

State TrusteeAO Bureau

Also Known As

Reynolds Metals Company

Incident Type




Case Status



Company Lake, Columbia River


Contaminants of Concern Include

Affected DOI Resources Include

Migratory Birds

Case Description

The Reynolds Metals site was the location of a primary aluminum reduction plant where alumina from bauxite ore was converted to aluminum. Reynolds ceased operations in 2000, and the facility is currently owned by ALCOA. Large quantities of wastes were generated by the plant during the production of aluminum. Major hazardous substances of concern include polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), aluminum, cyanide, fluoride, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) from electrical equipment.

Case Documents

 Document TypeDocument NameDocument Date


 Consent Decree Consent Decree 09/10/2008

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Case Contact

Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office

Portland, OR | (503) 231-6179 |

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