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Tailings, pollution haunt uranium company town

February 22, 1980

Uravan, Colorado, wholly owned by the metals division of Union Carbide, faces serious pollution problems caused by operation one of the oldest uranium mills in America.

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Tailings, pollution haunt uranium company town
Uravan, Colorado, wholly owned by the metals division of Union Carbide, faces serious pollution problems caused by operation of one of the oldest uranium mills in America.

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News

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A recent policy shift made by the Interior Department in its Animal Damage Control program has generally pleased environmentalists and raised hackles among sheepmen, who see the action as a betrayal.
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