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Clean Creek Products

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Season 3, Episode 5

Contaminants from abandoned coal mines are being captured and filtered out of Pennsylvania's streams at treatment systems like this one throughout the coal region.  Mine water is diverted into man-made ponds.  The minerals oxidize, and settle to the bottom, allowing clean water to exit the other side.  But once these minerals are collected, then what?

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