Miami-Dade County’s west and northwest well fields, that supply about 2.5 million residents with drinking water, are located near rock-mining pits which a University of Miami hydrologist said could allow contamination to spread more quickly.
Miami-Dade County’s west and northwest well fields, that supply about 2.5 million residents with drinking water, are located near rock-mining pits which a University of Miami hydrologist said could allow contamination to spread more quickly. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Miami-Dade County’s west and northwest well fields, that supply about 2.5 million residents with drinking water, are located near rock-mining pits which a University of Miami hydrologist said could allow contamination to spread more quickly. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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