Duke Energy announced its plans to provide an alternative water supply to people living next to coal ash ponds across the state.
Researchers collected groundwater samples from 376 wells located both close to and far from coal ash ponds across.
State regulators say Duke Energy has to submit a plan for dealing with coal ash that spilled during the flooding from Hurricane Matthew.
Hurricane Matthew flooding caused a small amount of coal ash to be released from a basin at the Duke Energy HF Lee facility in Wayne County.
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All of Duke Energy’s coal ash ponds must be closed by 2029.
Duke Energy will pay for new water lines for people who live near coal ash storage pits, the North Carolina Department of Environmental Qual…
Such a request is entirely legal but does raise First Amendment question about the freedom of the press.
On Tuesday, Brockovich and the Environmental Working Group sent a letter to the head of the EPA.