New Mexico Environment Department (NMED)
  The New Mexico Environment Department was established under the provisions set forth in the Department of the Environment Act by the 40th. Legislature, enacted July 1, 1991. The Department’s mission is to provide the highest quality of life throughout the state by promoting a safe, clean, and productive environment. Two major divisions within NMED are involved in regulating the Molycorp mine: Ground Water Quality Bureau, and Surface Water Quality Bureau.

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  • New Mexico Environment Department
  • Ground Water Quality Bureau
  • Surface Water Quality Bureau
  • Table of New Mexico and EPA Groundwater Standards
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