Utilities Admit to Leaking Toxic Chemicals

This is a complicated issue because where do you move the coal ash to and by what means for how long? But, leaving 10K tons of toxic coal ash in an unlined pit in the flood plain of the Ohio River at the Duke Energy  Gallagher “Super Polluter” coal power plant in New Albany is unacceptable and we are now a little closer to moving the coal ash at Gallagher.

“The state has, however, come down clearly on one aspect of the rule: The utilities must control, minimize or eliminate the infiltration of liquids into coal ash and the release of its toxic chemicals into ground or surface water.”

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