Has the Critical Water Level been changed?

No. The Critical Water Level is still 5,410 feet above sea level. The regulatory officials remain convinced that the situation is safe and under control as long as the water stays below 5,410 feet. Pumping and treatment of the water must be well underway when the water approaches this elevation in the Pit or in any of the bedrock monitoring wells and mine shafts.

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