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Grants Mining District

2010 Five-Year Plan: Assessment of Health and Environmental Impacts of Uranium Mining and Milling

The 2010 Five-Year Plan: Assessment of Health and Environmental Impacts of Uranium Mining and Milling is intended to compile all activities contributing to the identification and cleanup of legacy uranium milling and mining activities in the Grants Mining District in the State of New Mexico. Assessment efforts will be coordinated among federal, state and tribal participants responsible for protecting human health and the environment. The authorized organizations will implement appropriate laws, regulations, and policies within their jurisdiction to accomplish cross-organizational activities. Participating federal, state, and tribal agencies are committed to assessing legacy contamination of structures, surface and ground water resources, and sediment to eliminate, reduce or manage associated risks to human health and the environment with this five-year plan during 2010 through 2014.

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