As of March 15, 2017, the Pit’s water level was 5,338.80 feet above sea level. When water levels at one of the monitoring compliance points around the Pit reach the Critical Level of 5,410 feet, pumping and treating of Pit water will begin. Current projections estimate that the Critical Level will be reached around 2023. Full monitoring reports and data are […]

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Since the Berkeley Pit was designated as a Superfund site in the 1980s, things have gone largely as expected. In one instance the site remedy has proceeded at a faster pace than mandated in the 1994 Record of Decision (or ROD, available in its entirety here). The ROD called for the water treatment plant for the Pit to be designed […]

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Water from the Horseshoe Bend drainage is diverted before reaching the Pit and treated in the Horseshoe Bend Water Treatment Plant for use in mining operations. In 2012, the plant treated about 5 million gallons of water per day. Sludge from the treatment process was returned to the Pit at a rate of 491,000 gallons per day. No water or […]

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Could the Berkeley Pit ever overflow?

The Berkeley Pit will never overflow. In 1994 the EPA established the Critical Water Level (the maximum level the water will be allowed to reach) at 5,410 feet above sea level, which is one hundred feet below the rim. Water levels are regularly monitored at the Pit, in historic underground mines, and in wells surrounding the Pit. Failure to keep […]

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