Dewey Burdock project takes another step forward

John D. Taylor Hot Springs Star

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This is one of the locations involved in the Dewey Burdock in-situ uranium mining project Powertech, a subsidiary of Azarga Uranium, wants to use. The project would be located in Custer and Fall River counties northwest of Edgemont. [Submitted Photo - HOT SPRINGS STAR]
Lindsey McLean, a biochemist and Rapid City businesswoman who has given seminars on health in Hot Springs, says that if people against using Fall River County as a “toxic waste disposal site” can thwart Azarga Uranium’s effort to permit in-situ uranium mining and using deep injection wells to store what she calls toxic waste at […]

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