The official source of information about the Berkeley Pit
The Berkeley Pit is a high-priority environmental concern for residents of Butte and around the country. The Berkeley Pit is one of the first Superfund sites in Butte addressed by the State of Montana Department of Environmental Quality and United States Environmental Protection Agency under Superfund in Butte. The plan guiding how to protect human health and the environment from Berkeley Pit water was finalized in 2002.
PitWatch is the online home of the Berkeley Pit Public Education Committee. This volunteer committee interprets information describing the Berkeley Pit and its environmental management
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Berkeley Pit Public Education Committee
The Berkeley Pit Education Committee is a volunteer board comprised of residents and scientists and subject area experts directly involved with the management of the Berkeley Pit Superfund Site. Butte-Silver Bow provides staff support to the committee and is funded by Atlantic Richfield and Montana Resources.