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Simplest solution: Identify the companies that abandoned the wells. Tell them to fix it.

Of course, they won't do anything. But, they were notified, so they can't complain about their problem. Then load up the stuff coming out of the ground and dump it on the homes/properties of the CEO's. After all, if it is "good" for someone else's property, it is good for their property.


Those CEOs are gone and companies no longer exist in many cases. And if not gone, then dumping toxic materials on their homes/properties would violate laws.
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