Ponds near wells were used as disposal sites for heavy metals from solar manufacturing 

In the middle of nowhere south of Ellicott, amid prairie grass, yucca and abandoned mobile homes, up to 100,000 gallons of liquid laced with toxic heavy metals were dumped into two ponds for more than a year. Some of that liquid might…

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