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Liquor Run 

Jack Crider looks at sludge and other solids collected at the bottom of one of the mill's defunct liquor tanks. The EPA originally estimated the site held 4 million gallons of pulping liquors, but reduced that number to 3 million gallons after discovering solid waste in the storage tanks.

Image credit: Photo by Grant Scott-Goforth

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