These documents provide more information about EPA's work related to cleaning up abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo Nation.
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Abandoned Uranium Mine Settlements on the Navajo Nation (PDF)(2 pp, 2 MB,
This fact sheet provides information on the separate enforcement agreements and settlements to address abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo Nation.
Abandoned Uranium Mines Workforce Development (PDF)(2 pp, 1 MB,
This factsheet provides information about how cleaning up abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo Nation creates safe jobs for Navajo workers and provides opportunities for Navajo businesses.
August 2016 Newsletter: Cleaning Up Abandoned Uranium Mines (PDF)(4 pp, 720 K,
The Tribal Lands Cleanup ‘Update’ newsletter features stories and other useful information about progress on evaluation and cleanup of abandoned uranium mines.
USEPA Support for Navajo Nation (PDF)(1 pg, 826 K,
This factsheet describes the financial and technical support USEPA has provided to the Navajo Nation.
Sign Example: "Water From This Well is Not Safe to Drink" (PDF)(1 pg, 836 K,
A sign to place on wells that have exceeded human drinking water standards for uranium & other contaminants.
Sign Example: "Danger - Keep Out" (PDF)(1 pg, 236 K,
Navajo and English language sign warning to keep out of dangerous contaminated mine areas.
Gamma Goat in... The Dangers of Uranium! (PDF)(21 pp, 1 MB,
Educational booklet for children about the dangers of uranium contamination and abandoned mines. By learning the safety tips given by Rad Rabbit and Gamma Goat, children will know what to do if they come upon an old abandoned uranium mine