How A Rich Mining Town Got This Toxic Pit | World Wide Waste

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At one point, this city produced so much copper it was nicknamed the "richest hill on earth." Now, it has a toxic lake filled with acid that will cost the industry billions of dollars to clean up.

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How A Rich Mining Town Got This Toxic Pit | World Wide Waste