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Coal Mine Muck Spills, Dumping 264 Million Gallons Into Canadian Waterways

Similar or larger spills occurred throughout the U.S. over the past few decades, at various points in the coal production and burning process. The post Coal Mine Muck Spills, Dumping 264 Million Gallons Into Canadian Waterways appeared first on ThinkProgress.
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