A couple days ago, the EPA decided to stick its nose into something looking for someone to fine in the name of Gaia, and instead dumped a million gallons of toxic sludge and heavy metals down the Animas River in CO, UT, NM, and AZ.
A federal cleanup crew accidentally caused a big, and potentially hazardous, mess in Colorado, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
An estimated 1 million gallons of wastewater spilled out of an abandoned mine area in the southern part of the state on Wednesday, turning the Animas River orange and prompting the EPA to tell locals to avoid it.
Oh, wait, did the EPA say 1 million? They meant 3 million. Until the next revision as they “tell the truth slowly” and it becomes 10 million or 100 million.
The agency, meanwhile, remains under intense fire after its contractors accidentally breached a dam at the…
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