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WASHINGTON—Five companies have agreed to compensate the United States and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania nearly .4 million in cash and valuable property to address natural resource damages resulting from decades of zinc smelting operations at the Palmerton Zinc Pile Superfund site in northeast Pennsylvania, the Justice Department and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania announced today.
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