“We’re not speaking massively dangerous chemical compounds in the first place,” he stated.

“We’re not speaking massively dangerous chemical compounds in the first place,” he stated. “All we need to would try filter that h2o. We catch that liquids.” But Mainers are not any visitors on the toxic dilemma potentially posed by-water combined with mine waste. Flooding of the former Callahan mine in 1972 brought about leftover metals …

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