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Heavy Metals

Hard facts

Issue Date: Jun 30, 1998
spain will require more than us $100 million to clean up the toxic sludge that burst from a mine reservoir and flooded rivers and farms in the southern part of the country, informed officials. Thousands of workers are busy hauling away tonnes of sludge containing zinc, lead, iron, cadmium and other heavy metals spread by the spill.
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