Our Last Coal Ash Spill: No More Delays for Coal Water Pollution Protections

By Mary Anne Hitt Last week, security guards at Duke Energy’s Charlotte headquarters blocked me from delivering 9,000 petitions signed by Duke customers calling on the company to clean up its toxic coal ash, in the wake of a spill that decimated 70 miles of the Dan River. It was the culmination of a dramatic rally that shone a glaring spotlight one company’s reckless pollution practices, and the urgent need for the Environmental Protection Agency to finally close coal water pollution loopholes, without delay.

After keeping the crowd waiting for 45 tense minutes, a Duke spokesperson finally accepted our petitions. You’d think Duke would roll …read more

Source: Huffington Post Green

    

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