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“When a steel mill Romney had bought failed, thanks to massive debt he had saddled it with, his firm -- Bain Capital -- got the feds to bail out the mill's pension plan, while he walked away with huge profits.”
“The mill's operator, ESCO Corp., expects the agreement will include more than $2 million worth of new measures to reduce emissions from the plant, says Carter Webb, the company's environmental affairs manager.”
“This mill's demeanor—grunty, free-revving, with a tensed, ready nature—is virtually indistinguishable from that of a larger, naturally aspirated six.”
“Voila: Within a week, 215 went people back to work, many accepting contracts that made them the state's lowest-paid papermakers at about $11 an hour, while host towns agreed to drastically reduce the mill's property tax.”
“It's a strangely beautiful facility, with a blue-striped smoke stacks and series of silvery domes containing the vast piles of iron ore apparently, wind and rain can spirit away up to five percent of a mill's ore left in the open.”
“The current owner says that his grandfather was deeded the property to settle a $600 debt with the owners of the failed mill and used the mill's wood to build a summer lodge.”
“Before we learn that Joe's mother died in a steel-mill accident, we're given the telling detail of a worker resetting the mill's number-of-days-since-the-last-accident sign to one.”
“It could apply, for instance, to raw products delivered to a mill, the mill's production work and so on up the line to the retailer.”
“And they both made it into the mill's carpentry department.”
“In a cramped safety room at the mill last week with a "Stand up for Steel" poster and sepia photographs of steelworkers from 1891 (wearing floppy hats on their heads, not safety gear), Ernest pulled out the mill's death list.”
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