“Dam”ming evidence of EPA crimes
The EPA edited out the “what do we do now?” part. Don’t want to broadcast exactly how incompetent you are.
If you watched all of those two videos, keep in mind that the EPA used threats of fines to get onto those properties in order to dump that contaminated water down rivers. The mine owner told them no and fought them on it because the EPA had dumped contamination from other mines into water supplies.
The water inside the mines was contained. There may have been some leaching, but there’s a big difference between a few ppm seeping out of a mine and several million gallons of toxic sludge sliding down into surface waterways. Contained water also would make for something easy to access and easy to clean up – it’s in one place. To make it crazy simple: they could’ve found the highest accessible point on the mine (or…
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