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 from the Chesterfield Power Station.
What appeared to be an unremarkable dribble to the casual eye looked more like a smoking gun to Jamie Brunkow, lower James riverkeeper for the James River Association, and Nate Benforado, an attorney with the Charlottesville-based Southern Environmental Law Center.
Published Marc 13, 2017 by Kevin Morley, Richmond Times Dispatch