The Doe Run Company’s robust history and extensive community involvement allow for many photo opportunities.
Photos from community events and our operations are available below for download in 150 dots per inch (DPI) resolution.
To obtain a higher resolution image, email your request to Tammy Stankey, senior communications liaison, at email@example.com.
Resource Recycling processes more than 13.5 million recycled lead-acid batteries annually.
Star anodes are used in electroplating tanks for electrolysis activity, and take up less space than the same material in plate, rod or bar form.
Restored exploration sites are re-seeded to grow native plants and attract turkey, deer and other wildlife.
Exploration is an important way of meeting the domestic demand for minerals. Workers wear personal protective equipment at exploration sites, which are typically no bigger than a quarter-acre in size.
Heavy equipment is disassembled, lowered into the mine and reassembled for use 1,000 feet underground. Here an employee loads ore into a haul truck by operating a front-end loader by remote control.
Heavy equipment such as a diamond drills are used underground to help locate, access and extract ore deposits.
Hand-washing stations and proper hygiene are important tools to minimize lead exposure.
Cable insulated with lead wire are stripped and recycled at Resource Recycling to be converted into secondary lead for new products.
Wearing adjustable respirators helps to minimize employee exposure to lead at Resource Recycling.
Sampling water, and measuring trace amounts of minerals or residual material, is an important step to proper water management and treatment.