Alcoa Intalco Works is primary aluminum smelter facility located in Ferndale, Washington. It began operations in 1966 under the ownership of Alumax, Pechiney and Howmet. Today, Alcoa is the sole owner of the plant, which is operating at approximately two-thirds capacity and employs around 640 people.
Alcoa has had a presence in Washington for more than 65 years and operates a second smelter on the Columbia River in Malaga - Alcoa Wenatchee Works - which employees around 380 people.
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At A Glance 4050 Mountain View Road
Ferndale WA 98248
- Commodity Grade P1020 (Tee/Standard)
- Foundry Ingot (Tee/Standard)
Our Impact on the Local Economy
Two well-respected economic firms conducted empirically-based studies concerning Alcoa's impact on the Pacific Northwest economy. Both studies confirm that Alcoa's two aluminum smelters in Washington have significant positive impacts on the state and local economies.
Northwest Smelter Operating Outlook
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The Economic Impact of the Washington State Aluminum Industry
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