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EPA Accidentally Spills 1,000,000 Gallons Of Toxic Waste

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PurpleSkyz

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EPA Accidentally Spills 1,000,000 Gallons Of Toxic Waste

Posted on Monday, August 10, 2015 by Light Worker 29501

“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” ~Franklin D. Roosevelt
Was this punishment for initiating the mine investigation? Was either this or use it for fracking, somewhere else? When are people going to finally wake-up and fire their governments? -LW


EPA Accidentally Spills 1,000,000 Gallons Of Toxic Waste 47968051-cached
UPDATE: Federal environmental officials confirmed Friday night the presence of heavy metals including lead, arsenic, cadmium, copper, and aluminum. While they did not disclose as yet just how much was present in the Dorito-hued sludge, EPA Regional Director Shaun McGrath did say that local authorities made the right decision in closing the river to human access. As of last night, the hideous hue had reached the New Mexico border.
For their part, the San Juan Corporation, who own the decommissioned Gold King Mine that the spill originated from, issued a statement that said they had never mined on the property, and had purchased it as-is.
“San Juan Corp., owner of the Gold King Mine, has never mined the property or contributed to existing environmental conditions. Using the best information available, it is believed that much of the contaminated water at the mine originated from another mining source and migrated to the Gold King Mine. SJC has worked cooperatively with the EPA to create a viable long term solution to the problem that has existed since 2003 and will continue to work with the EPA to secure land for additional water treatment retention ponds to address the containment and treatment of mine water.”
Further testing is still being conducted, both in Colorado and New Mexico.
 
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