Wed, 21 September 2016
Remember, last August, when the San Juan River ran a shocking yellow? After 3 million gallons of waste water loaded with 440 tons of toxic metals, including cadmium, arsenic, and lead were accidentally released at the abandoned Gold King Mine, near Silverton, Colorado? Last month the clean-up became a Federal Superfund project. Rachell Conn of Amigos Bravos tells us what that means and brings us up to date on the state o the water and the bottom in those rivers.