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Aquila supported last year’s law that overturned a moratorium on sulfide mining.
Representatives from Twin Metals emphasize that their project is not an open-pit mine but an underground one, which poses less risk of sulfide-bearing ore and water combining to produce toxic drainage.
Back in play' The challenge of sulfide mining centers on waste rock as a source of acid mining drainage.
MADISON - Wisconsin would end its limited moratorium on sulfide mining and ease the way for future mining projects, under legislation advanced by state senators Wednesday.
Selenium sulfide and zinc pyrithione treat the source of the problem by reducing the amount of fungus on the scalp.
Evers noted that the law does give companies that want to develop sulfide mines in Wisconsin a way to move forward.
Hydrogen sulfide is so toxic that evolution has trained us to recognize the tiniest, safest traces of it, which is why our noses are so exquisitely skilled at registering flatulence.
Hydrogen sulfide is a flammable, hazardous gas, and a byproduct of rainwater percolating with gypsum drywall disposed at the dump, said Jim Riffle of Auburn Environmental.
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SULFIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sulfide for English Language Learners
chemistry : a compound that contains sulfur and one or more other chemical elements
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