October 14, 2009 -
Since a dam burst at its Kingston coal-fired power plant last December and
October 7, 2009 -
An in-depth review of monitoring data from coal ash ponds located next to 13 coal-burning power plants in North Carolina has revealed that all of them are contaminating groundwater with toxic metals and other pollutants -- in some cases at levels exceeding 380 times state groundwater standards.
October 6, 2009 -
The morning after the CBS News program "60 Minutes" aired its investigation into the hazards of coal ash waste from coal-burning power plants, the people of South Carolina awoke to some worrisome news about coal ash close to home.
September 22, 2009 -
With the Chattahoochee River expected to reach an all-time high from the torrential rains that inu
September 17, 2009 -
By Robert D.
September 16, 2009 -
August 31, 2009 -
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released information showing there are 584 coal ash dump sites across the country -- almost twice as many as previously identified. The facilities are located in 35 states and concentrated in Appalachia, the Southeast, Midwest and Intermountain West.