Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Turkish authorities say the situation at the mine controlled est

The situation in the silver mine Kütahya (Turkey) is under control, said the provincial governor, Kenan Çiftçi. The company workers are working to strengthen the levees, after one of the inmates (the complex consists of three) was broken on Sunday, creating a risk of which discharged 15 million cubic meters of cyanide the raft.

The report, which has picked up the newspaper Today's Zaman, have reassured the people of the area, which has now repeated the protests. The accident brought to mind the environmental catastrophe suffered last year in southwest Hungary, where a million cubic meters of red clay, a highly corrosive substance, were released when they break a raft in an aluminum factory, killing several people, wounding dozens, hundreds of displaced and unprecedented environmental damage.

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