Please click the button above to receive updates on the work of the Gold King Mine Spill’s Animas River Long Term Impact Review Team’s activities, findings, and upcoming public meetings.
We welcome your feedback and questions concerning the Gold King Mine Spill’s effects in New Mexico at: NMENV-Outreach@state.nm.us
Need to Know…
2nd annual conference on environmental conditions of the Animas and San Juan watersheds with emphasis on Gold King Mine and other mine waste issues
2017 Long Term Monitoring Plan – Public Draft
Long Term Monitoring Plan for 2017 Public Draft (Jan. 31. 2017) [A, H, S, Wa, Wi]
NMED is seeking public review and comment of the Long Term Monitoring Plan for 2017. Please send comments, questions, and inquiries via email to:
Dennis McQuillan, Chief Scientist
The public comment period ends on Friday, March 3, 2017.
For a comparison of the NMED Long Term Monitoring Plan to the monitoring plans proposed by the EPA and the State of Colorado, please visit the Long Term Monitoring Page for the Gold King Mine spill.
For more information email NMENV-Outreach@state.nm.us or call 505-827-2855.
Animas, San Juan Spring Runoff Preparedness Plan
New Mexico, Utah, Navajo Nation, & La Plata County-CO Prepare for Spring Run-off Carrying Heavy Metals – Plan Provides Protocols to Manage Downstream Effects of EPA’s Gold King Mine Spill on the Animas/San Juan Watershed Communities
Animas San Juan Spring Runoff Preparedness Plan – Final
Citizens’ Advisory Committee
Key Info & Web Links
The New Mexico Environment Department seeks to keep all stakeholders in the affected San Juan County region informed about important information related to the spill.
Please bookmark and visit this site frequently for regular updates, and share the site address with your friends and followers. www.NMEDRiverWaterSafety.org
A Citizens’ Advisory Committee has been formed and will help communicate the results of the State of New Mexico’s long-term monitoring activities for the Gold King Mine Spill, and ensure that the public continues to have a voice with the state’s Long-Term Impact Review Team.
See Citizens’ Advisory Committee & Public Participation Page for more info
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