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One Year After the Gold King Mine Incident: A Retrospective of EPA’s Efforts to Restore and Protect Impacted Communities

EPA has developed a report to summarize the agency’s efforts to address the release of acidic, mine-influenced water on August 5, 2015, from the Gold King Mine in Colorado.

The report below has been replaced with an updated version that corrects a misspelling of Navajo Nation in the second paragraph of page 8.

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