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The toxic Boagan "tailing lake", is 11 sq km and the world's largest from "rare earth" processing plants at Baotou, Inner Mongolia. China produces accounts for some 97% of rare earth consumed world-wide. The "rare earth elements" are a group of 17 elements that are essential in 25% of modern technology including cell phones, computer hard discs, and electric motors and inparticular green technology such as electric batteries and wind turbines..
The toxic Boagan "tailing lake", is 11 sq km and the world's largest from "rare earth" processing plants at Baotou, Inner Mongolia. China produces accounts for some 97% of rare earth consumed world-wide. The "rare earth elements" are a group of 17 elements that are essential in 25% of modern technology including cell phones, computer hard discs, and electric motors and inparticular green technology such as electric batteries and wind turbines..
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