New Mexico officials say rivers still tainted from Gold King Mine spill

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New Mexico officials say rivers still tainted from Gold King Mine spill

State sends $1.5M bill to EPA
Wastewater from the Aug. 5, 2015, Gold King Mine spill fills the Animas River and flowed into other waterways in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. New Mexico officials have sent the Environmental Protection Agency a bill to cover emergency response efforts after the blowout.

New Mexico officials say rivers still tainted from Gold King Mine spill

Wastewater from the Aug. 5, 2015, Gold King Mine spill fills the Animas River and flowed into other waterways in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. New Mexico officials have sent the Environmental Protection Agency a bill to cover emergency response efforts after the blowout.
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