Coal Ash Issue

May 22, 2014 8:52 PM

Rural NC sites become dumping grounds for unwanted coal ash

NC coal ash proposed for structural fill at construction sites ends up dumped in fields and wetlands. One Nash County site, built more than a quarter century ago, has been cited for groundwater contamination and other environmental problems for years.

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