Robinsonlake - Robinson lake Uranium content 16mg\/l 220 times the accepted limit of 0.07mg\/l or the natural content found in water being 0.0004mg\/l

Robinsonlake - Robinson lake Uranium content 16mg/l...

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Robinson lakeUranium content 16mg/l, 220 times the accepted limit of 0.07mg/l or the natural content found in water being 0.0004mg/l. Other chemicals found are Cobalt, Cadmium, Aluminium, Arsenic, Lead, Nickel and Uranium. Uranium and Cadmium are particularly bad health risks. The pH of the water in the lake is 2.6, highly acidic.There is no sign of life, birds or insects, anywhere around the area. It is a barren landscape. There arelocal people living close by and they walk past the lake, fetching their wash water every day, completely ignorant of any risks they may be exposed to.In 2002 the NNR has declared the lake a radioactive area, where it was once a tourist attraction frequented by residents and visitors alike as a resort for fishing, picnicking, even a dance hall, several bars and a jetty etc.In 2016 there was no sign of the fencing and warning signs keeping people away from this toxic area.A study done, cited the extremely high uranium content in a 6 year study: The Cost of Gold:

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