Before coal ash can be hauled in and dumped, a layer of fine pea gravel, left, must be layered atop the polyethylene liner, right, of the Phase1 31 acre state-of-the-art lined monofill (a landfill that takes only one type of fill) Thursday, July 17, 2014 in northern Person County, NC.
Before coal ash can be hauled in and dumped, a layer of fine pea gravel, left, must be layered atop the polyethylene liner, right, of the Phase1 31 acre state-of-the-art lined monofill (a landfill that takes only one type of fill) Thursday, July 17, 2014 in northern Person County, NC. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Before coal ash can be hauled in and dumped, a layer of fine pea gravel, left, must be layered atop the polyethylene liner, right, of the Phase1 31 acre state-of-the-art lined monofill (a landfill that takes only one type of fill) Thursday, July 17, 2014 in northern Person County, NC. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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