Come hear and see the latest information on the proposed massive copper mine and sulfuric acid plant, which is visible from Quail Creek. Beside potential pollution matters, one of the biggest issues is water. During the projected 44-year mine life, the Copper World Complex will use more than 13,000 acre/feet of water per year, or 4.2 billion gallons per year. This water will be coming from our side of the Santa Ritas and would be sufficient to satisfy the annual usage of approximately 41,000 homes.
Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 1:30 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom to hear additional details. This forum is an exclusive event for Quail Creek residents only, presented by Save the Scenic Santa Ritas, and it is not open to the general public. RSVP is not required.