No more dumping mine waste in our waters!




The mining industry is using our lakes and streams as waste dumps
Mining corporations are using two Clean Water Act loopholes to dump their toxic mining waste directly into the waters we all rely on. In the process, these multinational companies are turning some of America's most pristine lakes and streams into industrial waste dumps.

Death by mining waste
In Alaska, the Kensington gold mine is pumping hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxics per day into Lower Slate Lake, killing its fish and aquatic life.
And we can expect more of the same: given the choice between treating their waste properly and just dumping into lakes and streams – mining companies will take the easy way out every time.


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