Here is the Oljato Chapter dip vat you can see, from left to right: the pre-dip corral, the trench, the dry off pad, and the post dip corral.
At the Haystack dip vat, Baca Chapter, you can see the stairs the sheep, goats, cattle and horses use to climb out of the trench (slow loading)
History of sheep dipping on the Navajo Nation
What is toxaphene?
The Superfund Process
The Next Steps
Delisting the first 22 sites from CERCLIS
The challenge of addressing the remaining sites
Involving the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
The next steps and key activites
Back to Superfund Main Page