Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Area reports: domestic 1978-79
Year 1978-79, Volume 2 (1978-1979)
Arndt, Robert H.
Missouri, pp. 299-314 PDF (1.9 MB)
THE MINERAL INDUSTRY OF MISSOURI Commodity and company Address Type of activity County Barton. Washington. Do St. Louis and Washington. St. Louis. Pike. Jackson and St. Louis. Jefferson. Rails. Mine____________ Mineandmill_____ Mine Mineandmill_____ ____do_________ Plant and quarry - - ____do_____ — — _do ___..do_____ - - _do_________ Mine and plant____ ___do_________ ___Ao_________ ____do_____ — — — —do_________ Plant and pit___ — — — _do__________ ____do_________ Underground mine and plant. ____do_____ - — - _do_____ - - - _do_____ - - - _do_____ - - — _do Plant______ - - - _do_____ - — _do_________ 1000 Tenmain Center KansasCity, MO 64105 7 Alby St. Alton, IL 62002 902 Syndicate Trust Bldg. St. Louis, MO 63101 318See footnotes at end of table. neum and Boss. Production in 1979 was somewhat less than in 1978. Conversely, the value of the sulfur was higher in 1979. Vermiculite.-.-Preparation of concrete aggregate, loose fill and block insulation, packing insulation, horticultural soils, soil conditioning, and soil fertilization were applications of the exfoliated vermiculite produced by J. J. Brouk & Co. and W. R. Grace & Co. in plants in St. Louis. The quantity of exfoliated vermiculite sold or used remain- ed virtually unchanged from 1978 to 1979. The value, however, increased as the unit value of the exfoliated vermiculite increased about 6%. Fireproofing was also a use of the material. 1State mineral specialist. Bureau of Mines, Denver, Cob. 2Clifford, R. K., and L. W. Higley, Jr. Cobalt and Nickel Recovery From Missouri Lead Belt Chalcopyrite ~oncentrates. BuMines RI 8321,1978, l'lpp. Table 13.—Principal producers Asphalt, native: Bar-Co-RocAsphaltCo Sante: Dresser Industries_____________ GeneralBariteCo Milchem,Inc_______________ NLIndustnies,Inc Cement: Alpha Portland Cement Co.12 I)undee~Cement Co.1 2 Marquette Cement Manufacturing Co.1 2 River Cement Co.2____________ United States Steel Corp.12 Clays: Allied Chemical Corp., Industrial Chemicals Div. Carter.WatersCorp____________ Dresser Industries, Inc., Harbisonwalker Refractonies Co. Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp - MidlandBrick&TileCo________ United States Gypsum Co., A. P. Green Refractories Co. Industrial send: Martin Marietta Corp___________ Master Bros. Silica Sand Co Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp____ Iron: Hanna Mining Co-National Steel Corp., Pilot Knob Pellet Co. St. Joe Minerals Corp., Pea Ridge Iron OreCo. Lead: AMAX Lead Co. of Missouri & Homestake Mining Co.3 Cominco American, Inc.3________ Kennecott Copper Corp., Ozark Lead Co.3 St. Joe Minerals Corp., St. Joe Lead Co.3 Lime: Ash Grove Cement Co.2__________ Mississippi LimeCo.2__________ Valley Mineral Products Corp.2 - - - - Box 11 lantha, MO 64753 Box 8 Potosi,MO 63604 402 South 2d St. Desoto, MO 63020 Mineral Point, MO 63660 Box 2808 St. Louis, MO 63111 15 South 3d St. EaSton, PA 18043 Box 31'! Dundee, MI 48131 7751 Carondelet Ave. St. Louis, MO 63105 Festus,MO 63028 - - 600 Grant St. Pittsburgh, PA 15230 Box 517 Owensville, MO 65066 GPO Box 19676 KansasCity, MO 64141 2 Gateway Center Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Box 499 Mexico, MO 65265 Box 428 Chillicothe, MO 64601 Green Boulevard Mexico, MO 65265 110 East Main St. Rockton, IL 61072 Route 1, Box 204 Pevely, MO 63070 Box 187 Berkley Springs, WV 25411 Box 26 Ironton, MO 63650 Route 4 Sullivan, MO 63080 Boss, MO 65440____ Bixby, MO 65439. - - - Sweetwater, MO 63680 Viburnum, MO 64105 Gasconade. Platte, Callaway,Gasconade. Montgomery, Warren. Audrain, Callsway, Gasconade, Montgomery, Warren. Livingston. Audrain and Jefferson. Do St. Charles and St. Louis Iron. Washington. Iron. Do Reynolds. Crawford, Iron, Reynolds, Washington. Greene. Ste. Genevieve. St. Francois.
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