BHP’s deadly Brazil dam collapse linked to ramping up production


Allegations production was ramped up despite a long history of problems and high levels of arsenic and lead in the river system are among new claims levelled at BHP after the collapse of a dam at its joint-owned iron ore mine in Brazil.

Source: ABC

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