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Please see the article below about selenium in E. Helena. They also handled and burned the illegal and secret toxic wastes during the 1990's.
Is this data available on the recent disk you mentioned?
I have not gotten a copy.
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|Report: Arsenic in East Helena water came from soil, not smelter |
Asarco Environmental Manager Jon Nickel says the residential wells showed an average of 9.6 parts per billion of arsenic - just under federal drinking water ...
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