Vale, Oregon

EP Minerals Celatom Plant located in Vale, OR
City of Vale

Our Celatom Plant in Vale, Oregon mines Diatomaceous Earth (DE) and has two DE calcining lines.

The City of Vale is a town rich with Eastern Oregon history. Incorporated as a town in 1889, the location was in use for many years previously, first by explorers then trappers and finally travelers and emigrants along the Oregon Trail. The hot springs made it a popular stopping location. It is in Malheur County, about 12 miles (19 km) west of the Idaho border.

Today, Vale is still a popular stopping place for travelers. Besides exploring the history of the Oregon Trail, there are many destinations for hunting (especially pheasants), fishing and camping.

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Celatom Plant
2630 Graham Blvd.
Vale, OR 97918

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