On December 14, 2015, WaterLegacy submitted comments opposing PolyMet’s application for a Section 404 wetlands destruction permit as a violation of the Clean Water Act and other federal laws. We also submitted comments detailing the inadequacies of the PolyMet Final Environmental Impact Statement under both federal and state law and submitted expert reports and exhibits supporting our arguments.

On January 4, 2016, WaterLegacy submitted another 130 pages of legal objections to the U.S. Forest Service objecting to the proposed exchange of Superior National Forest lands for the PolyMet sulfide mine project.

 

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