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Company Reports Small Fire At Alcoa

Fire trucks were called to the Alcoa plant in Riverdale, Iowa, Tuesday morning, July 30, 2013. A plant spokesman confirms there was a small fire that started while workers were cutting up scrap metal. Apparently a spark ignited some hydraulic fluid and spread to a nearby piece of equipment. The fireFull story

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File photo of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Portovesme
File photo of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Portovesme

Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme, next to Cagliari in this September 1, 2012, file photo. Alcoa Inc reported a larger second-quarter net loss on July 8, 2013, largely due to restructuring costs and a legacy legal matter. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files (ITALY - Ta

A part of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme
A part of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme

A part of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme, next to Cagliari September 1, 2012. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

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An employee of the world's leading producer of primary aluminum Alcoa holds a smoke device during a demonstration outside the industry ministry in Rome on September 10, 2012, as Prime Minister Mario Monti's government holds talks to find a solution. The demonstrators protest against the closing of P