Mining News: Impact of pipeline proposal worries regulators
Influenced by water discharged from the mine, Red Dog Creek now supports aquatic life; proposed bypass could change that
North of 60 Mining News
Nome Alaska regulators are expressing concerns about a proposal to build a 55-mile pipeline to discharge wastewater from the Red Dog zinc-lead mine in Northwest Alaska.
The proposed pipeline, one of the items included in a lawsuit settlement between Teck Cominco Alaska Inc. and six residents of the....
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