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Some Green Valley residents scolded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. There were shouts, raised voices ces and accusations by somee of the 40 people there. Bu ut a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freema Ground League said “ plume. cleaned Pegg worked district PDSI “i luted w table is Norr here be But represe pany a to mee action. Phelp agreed penalti dollars deadlin Also the Citi Hall, Ph ronmen well to sulfate soon on of the G PDSI monito

near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning g up p the p plume,, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the..

said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the the. But a state environmental representative p said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the

well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps p Dodge, g , discus feasibility of studies the decisions to drill t tor and interceptor w The studies will answers on interc cleaning up the indicated. The goal is to st up the plume by 2 hence. Audience me Freeman, fou Groundwater League, chall said “Contr plume. We w cleaned up.” Peggy worked for district for PDSI “is s luted wa table is g Norri here be But repres pany to m actio P agr pe do d

olded Phelps Dodge Sierrita representatives Wednesday for not moving fast enough to stem a plume of offensive water flowing under parts of Green Valley. There were shouts, raised voices and accusations by some of the 40 people there. But a state environmental representative said the com company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for on e Sierrita Inc. and

up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water worke district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging polluted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was before PDSI bought the. environmental com-

feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the monitor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water rict for several years, said discharging polwater

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to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental sulting company working ge, discussed the hind

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Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the sulfate plume will be drilled soon on La Cañada Drive south of the Green Valley Mall. PDSI is already drilling monitor wells on La Cañada near the library, and next to the American Legion Post on Duval Mine Road. James Norris of Hydro Geo Chem Inc., an environmental consulting company working for Phelps Dodge, discussed the feasibility of studies behind the decisions to drill the moni-

tor and interceptor wells. The studies will provide answers on intercepting or cleaning up the plume, he indicated. The goal is to stop and clean up the plume by 2032, 25 years hence. Audience member Nancy Freeman, founder of the Groundwater Awareness League, challenged him and said “Control the sulfate plume. We want that plume cleaned up.” Peggy Bonthron, who worked for a California water district for several years, said PDSI “is still discharging pol-

luted water, and the water table is going down.” Norris said the plume was here before PDSI bought the. But a state environmental representative said the company appears to be on track to meet official deadlines for action. Phelps Dodge Sierrita Inc. agreed to the timetables and penalties of thousands of dollars for each day it misses deadlines. Also during the meeting of the Citizens Action Group, Ned Hall, Phelps Dodge chief environmental engineer, said a new well to measure the flow of the

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