Debris is scattered across the roof of a US Ecology building where an explosion occurred on Saturday at the company’s hazardous waste site near Grand View. Monte “Alex” Green, 48, was killed in the blast and three other employees were injured. Investigators are looking into the cause of the explosion. The Boise-based company processes lead, arsenic and other hazardous materials and turns them into non-hazardous residues.
Debris is scattered across the roof of a US Ecology building where an explosion occurred on Saturday at the company’s hazardous waste site near Grand View. Monte “Alex” Green, 48, was killed in the blast and three other employees were injured. Investigators are looking into the cause of the explosion. The Boise-based company processes lead, arsenic and other hazardous materials and turns them into non-hazardous residues. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Debris is scattered across the roof of a US Ecology building where an explosion occurred on Saturday at the company’s hazardous waste site near Grand View. Monte “Alex” Green, 48, was killed in the blast and three other employees were injured. Investigators are looking into the cause of the explosion. The Boise-based company processes lead, arsenic and other hazardous materials and turns them into non-hazardous residues. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Nicole Blanchard is the Idaho Statesman’s outdoors and insight reporter. She grew up in Idaho, graduated from Idaho State University and Northwestern University and frequents the trails around Boise as much as she can.

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