This Week in Mining

Regulators Concede Some PolyMet Mine Water Might Reach BWCA

Federal and state regulators have conceded the possibility that some potentially polluted water from the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine could flow toward the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

  • Solidarity in Steel Rally and March Draws Iron Range Together
  • Some Keewatin Taconite Steelworkers Called Back to Work
Glencore's Sudbury Nickel Operations in Ontario are seen in this photo supplied by the company.
  • Polymet Investor Glencore Marks First-Half Loss
  • US Steel Idling Alabama Mill

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