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The Denver Channel reported scientists are using a vinegar like substance to deactivate uranium and vanadium at a tailings site for an old uranium mine and mill.

The Denver Channel reported scientists are using a vinegar like substance to deactivate uranium and vanadium at a tailings site for an old uranium mine and mill.

As quoted in the market news:

They’re injecting acetate, a vinegar-like substance, into shallow groundwater tainted with uranium and vanadium from the mill.

According to the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, the organisms breathe out uranium and vanadium and convert the two substances from soluble forms into ores, removing them from the groundwater.

Click here to read the full Denver Channel report.

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