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EPA sends Navajo polluted water in OIL TANKS — Animas spill from FRACKING WASTEWATER?

EPA accidentally unleashed 3 million gallons of contaminated wastewater from an abandoned Colorado gold mine. The spill released heavy metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury into a tributary of the Animas River, turning the river sickly yellow and raising concerns about long-term environmental damage. The costs of the damage are unknown.

The spill affects rivers that supply water for drinking, recreation and irrigation in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah as well as the Navajo Nation.

Based on video, EPA may deliver polluted water to Navajo tribal area for human and animal stock consumption. If you have new information, please post! NO SPAM PLEASE.

 

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