High levels of heavy metals found in people living near world’s biggest manganese mine | ABC News

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High levels of the heavy metal manganese have been detected in people living in the Indigenous community of Angurugu, near the world’s biggest manganese mine. The land council said it was working with South32 to reduce the high levels of dust that were found.

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