Jamere Radford, of North Wind Construction, washes trucks May 21 at the hazardous waste repository in Kellogg. The effort to clean up the 21-square-mile Bunker Hill Superfund site, contaminated by lead from Silver Valley mining, is among projects in the Inland Northwest to benefit from federal stimulus money.

Photos by Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review

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