EPA criticizes Monsanto's pollution-trapping dam

06/17/2010 | Google

A dam designed to prevent the spread of toxic runoff from a Monsanto phosphate mine is trapping too much water and drying up a major tributary of Idaho's Blackfoot River, according to EPA officials. The agency wants Monsanto to build costly selenium-removal facilities so that the tainted water can be released back into the Blackfoot system.

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