Across the country, taxpayers have paid hundreds of millions of dollars when sulfide mines go bankrupt to avoid pollution cleanup costs. 
 
U.S. EPA has drafted financial responsibility rules to require sulfide mining companies to provide up-front money to clean up polluted and abandoned mines. The mining industry and other polluters strongly oppose rules to hold them accountable for their toxic pollution.
 
COMMENT ON OR BEFORE JULY 10th to protect clean water, citizens, and taxpayers.
 
 
 

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