Mine company says EPA is worsening Colorado water pollution

April 13, 2018
Sunnyside Gold Corp. accuses EPA of failing to operate a treatment plant at full capacity, leading to wastewater spills.
Denver Post

DENVER, CO, APRIL 13, 2018 -- A mining company accused the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday of failing to operate a treatment plant at full capacity, allowing a huge volume of polluted mine wastewater to reach a southwestern Colorado river. The allegation was made by Sunnyside Gold Corp., which is fighting the EPA over who should pay for a potentially costly study to help devise a cleanup plan for a Superfund district in the area. Read more at Denver Post

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