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Most US Coal Ash Sites are Contaminating Nearby Groundwater



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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its not fossil fuel. its not dinos, look it up, mere H+C, hydrocarbons. Fossil is a misnomer
you see! We don't need fake climate change! Because pollution is real! So why do we waste our time effort and energy talking about phony climate change when pollution is very real!
Coal ash, radiation, byproducts from fracking, and so much more going into the water. Even reverse osmosis and filters won't remove all of the various contaminants. Those who own these companies think they are safe due to them not living anywhere near the pollution they produced.
NO ONE in power cares, the 1% don't live anywhere nearby! SIGH...................TIME FOR A REVOLUTION AMERICANS!!!
Big Polluters belong in prison and having all their assets taken to pay the victims and families of victims of their pollution.
There's only one way I can see it ending. There needs to be a death tax and all the money goes to healthcare for related issues. 200,000 Americans die every year because of the combustion of hydrocarbons. Could you imagine the litigation that would go on for anything else if it did that? That death tax could price their use out of the market, through enforcement of property rights. It would be very hard for Republicans to argue against and would cause much finger pointing in the right.
This is just the start. The power plants can pump out as much radon as they want because the CA&W does not have a problem with non-transuranics. Radon is highly radioactive, it decays quickly just a 3 day half life- but worse than that is what Radon decays into. It either becomes a radioactive isotope of lead or a radioactive form of polonium. That can happen in your lungs, that can happen 20 miles down wind for a coal or natural gas energy station and since Radon is dense 20 miles downwind can mean ground level wafting through a city.

You know that sprinkling of lead and polonium that is constantly precipitating is getting into our water, and the air we breathe.
Excellent. Just plain old fashioned excellent.
Pestecides and Herbecides also. There was a saying "you cannot poison a well". It turns out
YES YOU CAN, it takes many years, but then it is done.
Fake news. Only a brutal dictator in a South American country will kill their own people and make them drink polluted water that's filled with industrial waste.
Well what's important, profit or human life.
Well lets live in the dark
Stop Coal burning ladies
Politicians + Corporations

Guilty of Human Rights Violations

Both Always Killing People by the Millions
#FueraAES de Puerto Rico! #NoMasCenizas #ArroyoBarril
No wonder we are killing ourselves with chronic diseases.
Arsenic!
What about cadmium?


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.