Monday, December 16, 2013

Allegheny Front Radio Series Features Abandoned Mine Drainage Treatment Efforts

The Allegheny Front, a radio news program featured on Pittsburgh's local National Public Radio, NPR, is hosting a new series called "Ripple Effects: Water Pollution and Solutions."
Ripple Effects, partially funded by the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds, has published three stories about Abandoned Mine Drainage.  
To hear the reports and enjoy interviews with some of Western Pennsylvania's most influential and notable acid mine drainage remediation volunteers and advocates, click on the links below--
(Written By: Anne Daymut, Watershed Coordinator, Western PA Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation and reprinted from Abandoned Mine Posts.)

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