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Content tagged with "Perpetual Pollution"

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Water Treatment in Perpetuity: Who is really to blame?

Pete Dronkers | August 25, 2014

New report exposes the amount of ‘perpetual pollution’ from U.S. mines

Bonnie Gestring | May 3, 2013


Issues

Acid Mine Drainage

May 26, 2014


Library

Polluting the Future

Bonnie Gestring, Lisa Sumi | May 1, 2013


Media

New Mexico legislature debates legalizing mines that pollute for thousands of years, shifting billions in mine cleanup financial liability to state taxpayers

Earthworks et al | Friday, March 06, 2015

Acid mine drainage ‘enormous public liability’ in perpetuity

Mineweb | Dorothy Kosich | Monday, May 06, 2013

Guess What’s Polluting 27 Billion Gallons of Water Each Year?

Take Part | Jon Bowermaster | Friday, May 03, 2013

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Group Documenting Marcellus Gas Well Leaks
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May 12 | InsideClimate | Phil McKenna
EPA Begins Crackdown on Methane Emissions

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