Monthly Archives: March 2015

From The Community Living With The Aftermath of the Mt. Polley Tailings Failure Catastrophe

Suffering ,Imperfections And Life’s Realities By Lola Lawton My children swam in a tailing pond for ten years before I knew the quarry was an abandoned mine tailing pond Deloro Ontario grossly contaminated with arsenic and arsenic compounds, refining slag … Continue reading

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ANY HOPE THAT MAINE’S JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE WILL LISTEN TO “WE THE PEOPLE” AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL ON RESPONSE TO UN CHANGED RE SUBMITTED MINING RULES?

To whom it may concern, The agreement that the Environment and Natural Resources Committee chairs, Senator Tom Saviello and Representative Joan Welsh, made with me that my mining bill (LD750) would have a public hearing prior to the work session … Continue reading

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Maybe JD Irving Should Have Spent $1 million Evaluating the Financial Viability of Bald Mountain Instead Of Lobbying the Maine Legislature for Sanction To Pollute Groundwater

Complex CU-Deposit Financial feasibility:Arsenic Limits In Concentrates:Bald Mountain Interesting article on attainability of international concentrate standards on arsenic.  Another perhaps insurmountable challenge,  and certainly a great limitation on possibilities for, Maine’s Bald Mountain where arsenic levels present problems without solutions in other … Continue reading

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