Technology will save us. If we use it properly. I was reminded of this on a recent set of flights in the heart of the Northern Rockies. First stop was Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where my Garmin GPS 496 alerted me to a number of fires in the vicinity. Hard to envisage, as two hours earlier we had departed the lush environs of the Roaring Fork Valley, verdant after a wet and short summer season...
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There are significant public and environmental health concerns related to the White Mesa Mill. Cells 1, 2, and 3 at the White Mesa Mill were constructed with thin plastic liners between two layers of crushed rock. The liners in those cells had a useful life of 20 years when they were installed in the early 1980s and have never been replaced.