“PolyMet discharge would flow north to BWCA” – Timberjay

A recent Timberjay story shared the latest news on water flow for the PolyMet mine project, stating: “Fundamental miscalculations in water model render EIS results invalid.” Read the Timberjay story for more details.

GLIFWC’s analysis raises serious concerns about whether the co-lead agencies fully understand PolyMet’s potential for environmental impact, especially its potential to threaten the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. NMW supports GLIFWC’s request to the co-lead agencies that the groundwater model problems be addressed and that they undertake the analysis necessary to accurately assess the direction that contaminants will flow.