Oil sands toxins get airing in report
For Petroleum News
It’s one of those “on the one hand on the other hand” debates.
In the four years from 2006 to 2009, volumes of arsenic and lead produced and deposited in tailings ponds at Canada’s oil sands rose by 26 percent. Quantities of some other substances rose even faster.
But the unpleasant, often toxic byp....
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Tailings from oil sands
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