Posted September 30, 2018 05:00:14The Copper Mine is a massive, massive project that is tearing up the American West and is causing massive environmental and human health impacts.
According to the EPA, the Copper Mine could potentially release 10 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and cause catastrophic effects on local ecosystems.
The Copper Project is located in the western United States, and is located just northwest of Las Vegas.
Copper has been mined since the 1800s and is used in a wide variety of industries including cement, metal, and copper products.
In 2018, the U.S. Department of Interior approved the Copper Project’s expansion, which is estimated to be $2.5 billion over its projected 20-year lifespan.
It’s estimated that the project could have the equivalent of 2.5 million homes and businesses in the United States.
While many people are focused on the environmental damage caused by the project, the environmental impacts that are occurring are also a major concern for the community.
As the copper is being extracted from the ground, it is being transported into huge trucks that are parked on highways.
For example, in October of 2017, the EPA reported that a truck carrying 5,000 metric tons was traveling at more than 20 miles per hour and that the truck had a speed of up to 50 mph.
Some residents are concerned about the safety of the trucks and their impact on nearby roads.
One woman, who asked to remain anonymous, told ABC News that she was driving down the highway, and she saw a truck speeding down the road, and the truck was about 5 to 10 miles away.
“They just drove by my car, so I just turned around and then saw that they were going down the freeway,” she said.
Another resident, who requested anonymity, told the ABC News affiliate in Reno that the noise from the trucks was terrifying.
“[I] had to make a U-turn and just sped down the street,” she told the station.
Other residents say that the trucks are causing a number of road and infrastructure problems that they believe will eventually affect the surrounding communities.
Residents in the Copper project are concerned that the road will be too dangerous to drive through, and they are also concerned about environmental damage from the project.
Several residents have called for a boycott of the Copper Mines.
People in the community have also been voicing their concerns with the project and have called on the EPA to take action.
A petition has been launched to stop the Copper Mining from happening, with over 200,000 signatures.
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