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May 1, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Volunteers hauled away tons of dead fish from waters poisoned by a mining reservoir spill in the nation's south, and the government vowed to pursue legal action against the company it holds responsible. Hundreds of workers in protective masks fanned out along the river banks and marshlands at the edge of Donana National Park, Europe's largest nature reserve, to help with the massive cleanup.
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May 23, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Authorities estimated that it will cost $105 million to clean up rivers and streams flowing into Europe's largest nature reserve that were contaminated in one of the nation's worst ecological disasters. Environment Minister Isabel Tocino announced an eight-year emergency plan to purify the waters that feed Donana National Park and said responsibility for paying for the cleanup lies with "those who produced the [toxic] residue." Tocino has blamed the Canadian-Swedish conglomerate Boliden Ltd.
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May 23, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Authorities estimated that it will cost $105 million to clean up rivers and streams flowing into Europe's largest nature reserve that were contaminated in one of the nation's worst ecological disasters. Environment Minister Isabel Tocino announced an eight-year emergency plan to purify the waters that feed Donana National Park and said responsibility for paying for the cleanup lies with "those who produced the [toxic] residue." Tocino has blamed the Canadian-Swedish conglomerate Boliden Ltd.
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May 1, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Volunteers hauled away tons of dead fish from waters poisoned by a mining reservoir spill in the nation's south, and the government vowed to pursue legal action against the company it holds responsible. Hundreds of workers in protective masks fanned out along the river banks and marshlands at the edge of Donana National Park, Europe's largest nature reserve, to help with the massive cleanup.
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