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bridgetolivares

  • 2 years ago

Runoffs from an uranium mine stockpile have contaminated the surface water in a location. This might cause health problems among people in the location. Which of these is the best plan to solve this problem?

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  1. woksmen
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    orange!

  2. bridgetolivares
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    here are my options: plant trees around uranium mines to absorb contaminants collect the runoffs in retention ponds for isolation and recovery of contaminants wear protective clothing for prevention against harmful effects of radiation put fences around uranium mines to check the flow of contaminants

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