2019 Cyanide Spill in a Lake Michigan Tributary Results in a $3 Million Settlement

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A 2019 cyanide and ammonia spill in a Lake Michigan tributary at the former ArcelorMittal plant will cause a payment of $3 million in a settlement. The spill killed at least 3,000 fish.

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