Utah residents fear contamination from uranium mill

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Utah residents fear contamination from uranium mill

White Mesa speaks out about toxic spills, drinking water
The White Mesa uranium mill, in southeastern Utah between Bluff and Blanding, has operated for 36 years. Earlier this week, about 50 people from the three towns voiced concerns about pollution from the mill. A protest march is planned for Tuesday.
Colin Larrick and Scott Clow, both of the Ute Mountain environmental department, discuss the pollution threats of the White Mesa uranium mill at a meeting earlier this week in southeastern Utah. About 50 people from White Mesa, Bluff and Blanding voiced concerns about the uranium mill outside White Mesa this week.
Thelma Whiskers, a Ute Mountain tribal member, said the White Mesa uranium mill should be shut down because of its risk to public health and the land. About 50 people from White Mesa, Bluff and Blanding voiced concerns about the uranium mill outside White Mesa this week.

Utah residents fear contamination from uranium mill

The White Mesa uranium mill, in southeastern Utah between Bluff and Blanding, has operated for 36 years. Earlier this week, about 50 people from the three towns voiced concerns about pollution from the mill. A protest march is planned for Tuesday.
Colin Larrick and Scott Clow, both of the Ute Mountain environmental department, discuss the pollution threats of the White Mesa uranium mill at a meeting earlier this week in southeastern Utah. About 50 people from White Mesa, Bluff and Blanding voiced concerns about the uranium mill outside White Mesa this week.
Thelma Whiskers, a Ute Mountain tribal member, said the White Mesa uranium mill should be shut down because of its risk to public health and the land. About 50 people from White Mesa, Bluff and Blanding voiced concerns about the uranium mill outside White Mesa this week.
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