An aerial photo taken by the Waterkeeper Alliance shows coal ash impoundments at the Duke Energy Cape Fear Plant.
An aerial photo taken by the Waterkeeper Alliance shows coal ash impoundments at the Duke Energy Cape Fear Plant. Rick Dove Riverkeeper Alliance
An aerial photo taken by the Waterkeeper Alliance shows coal ash impoundments at the Duke Energy Cape Fear Plant. Rick Dove Riverkeeper Alliance

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