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Mining Runoff May be Treated with Microbes

Water used in mining cannot be diverted to irrigation until it is purged of toxic metals, such as lead or chromium, which is a costly process. But simple microbes can turn the metals' atoms from a toxic to a non-toxic form, transforming the runoff into water that is safe for plants. VOA's George Putic reports.

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