In late February, Mark Bishopric, a managing partner of Three Rivers Outfitters, paddled past Duke Energy’s Dan River Steam Station. Coal ash leaked into the river below the steam station on Feb. 2 after drainage pipes failed.
In late February, Mark Bishopric, a managing partner of Three Rivers Outfitters, paddled past Duke Energy’s Dan River Steam Station. Coal ash leaked into the river below the steam station on Feb. 2 after drainage pipes failed. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
In late February, Mark Bishopric, a managing partner of Three Rivers Outfitters, paddled past Duke Energy’s Dan River Steam Station. Coal ash leaked into the river below the steam station on Feb. 2 after drainage pipes failed. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Dan River coal ash spill damage could top $300 million

November 26, 2014 06:43 PM