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June 13 1991EPA publishes Special Wastes from Mineral Processing Mining Waste Exclusion Final Regulatory Determination and Final Rule 56 FR 27300 This final regulatory determination and rule determines that regulation of the 20 mineral processing wastes studied in the Report to Congress and identified in previous final rules as

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