Jan
09

Toxic Coal Ash Threatens Groundwater Around the US

Above: Coal plants like the one above dispose of thousands of tons of toxic coal ash in unlined pits that leak contaminants, polluting vital groundwater. WORC network fighting to stop utilities from abandoning their cleanup obligations. Subscribe to WORC's blog! Coal ash, the waste byproduct of burning coal for power generation, is one of the nation’s top threats to groundwater – and yet the regulatory requirements to stop or address…

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