Mining News: Arsenic spill dusts worker at Giant site
Agency followed safety procedures; studies technology that could permanently lock up hazardous material in underground workings
An accidental discharge of deadly arsenic trioxide at the old Giant gold mine in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories this fall has brought into focus the potential impact of an ongoing project to reclaim the mine site.
The project includes the future disposition of the 237,000 metric tons of arsenic....
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