Sunday 24 February 2019
Richmond Times Dispatch: Evidence 'very clear' that Chesterfield coal-ash ponds are leaking, groups says P. KEVIN MORLEY/TIMES-DISPATCH Easy to overlook, the trickle of water flowed southwest through thick mud to the expansive tidal lagoon, away from the ponds that hold some 15 million tons of coal ash…
In the water that flows through downtown Lynchburg, state environmental leaders say there's a problem. "We've determined that the water quality is exceeding bacteria water quality standards," said Craig Lott, TMDL modeling coordinator for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality Scientists are concerned about the James River's level of…
If you live, work or commute along the Anacostia, Potomac, Susquehanna or James Rivers, you have probably seen train cars filled to overflowing with coal traveling alongside these waterways. These railcars are typically not covered, so the dust flows freely into the air as they make their…
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