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COURT RULES TO PROTECT KENTUCKY WATERWAYS FROM COAL POLLUTION

Trimble County, KY -- In a victory for clean water and public health, a Kentucky circuit court has overruled a lax permit that allowed Louisville Gas and Electric (LG&E) to dump large amounts of mercury, arsenic and other pollutants into the Ohio River from its Trimble County Generating Station coal-fired plant...

 

The Trimble County Generating Station, which began operation in 1990,made national news in February of this yearwhen its owner LG&E attempted to build a coal ash pond for waste from the plant near a cave believed to be part of the underground railroad.

 

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