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Fish Consumption Advisory Letter to Nevada Division of Health

Fish Consumption Advisory Letter to Nevada Division of Health
Regarding mining mercury releases

Published: December 13, 2006

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Letter to the administrator of the Nevada State Health Division requesting investigation of the need for a fish consumption advisory for mercury for Wild Horse Reservoir and other fisheries located down-wind from northern Nevada gold mines.

Signers of the letter:

Dan Randolph
Executive Director
Great Basin Mine Watch
Bob McCulloch
Board Member
Orsmby Sportsmens Group
Betty Razor
Board Member
Nevada Nurses Association
Dallas Smales and Larson Bill
Community Organizers
Western Shoshone Defense Project
Jerry Keir
Executive Director
Great Basin Institute
Elise Miller
Executive Director
Institute for Children's Environmental Health
Bonnie Gestring
Western Field Staff
EARTHWORKS
Laura Inouye
Senior Program Officer, U.S. Program
Oxfam America

     

Tagged with: water pollution, nevada, mining, mercury

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