Coal ash ponds

coal ash ponds

Toxic Waste Spill in North Carolina: Coal Ash (Part 1) | see

The Largest Coal Ash Pond in the US: Coal Ash (Part 2) | see

America's Dirty Secret: Coal Ash | see

Toxic Waste in the US: Coal Ash (Full Length) | see

Big Coal Put Toxic Coal Ash in Unlined Dirt Ponds—Now a Hurricane is Heading Directly Toward Them | see

What is coal ash? | see

WNCN visits Duke Energy coal ash pond | see

Coal Ash Pond Formation | see

Residents of North Carolina hamlet worry over coal ash ponds | see

EPA rolls back Obama-era coal ash regulations | see

Greenpeace activists get rare view of Coal Ash ponds | see

Coal Ash in the Water | see

Riverbend power plant ash pond tour | see

Unregulated Coal Ash Ponds Pose Environmental Threat | see

Coal Ash Ponds on Mountain Island Lake | see

Coal ash pond fly over Belmont nc | see

Coal ash is a byproduct of power generation- it could be a good thing | UNC-TV Science | see

2016 Fall Forum, Julia Kravchenko, Coal Ash Ponds | see

Chasing the Truth "Coal Ash" Ponds Duke Energy NC | see

Coal Ash Ponds - Savannah River Site | see

Chesterfield Power Station Dewaters Coal Ash Ponds | see

Coal Ash Ponds Tennessee Goals | see

Coal Ash Pond Formation | see

EPA lays out new rules on coal ash disposal | see

NC Coal Ash Ponds Bill | see

AN ILL WIND - The Secret Threat of Coal Ash | see

Duke Energy concerned about new deadline on coal ash ponds | see

Duke Energy officials update Clermont Co. commissioners on coal ash ponds | see

In NC Hamlet, Residents Worry Over Coal Ash Ponds | see

Tennessee Coal Ash Ponds take 1 | see

Alabama Power Plans to Cap Coal Ash Ponds; Environmentalists Concerned for Safety | see

Coal Ash Ponds 3 | see

Environmental Groups Call For Testing Near Coal Ash Ponds | see

Toxic Coal Ash Plagues Communities | see

Cleaning Up Coal Ash Ponds - SB 807 & others Debate in Commerce & Labor | see

Alabama Power Plans to Cap Coal Ash Ponds; Environmentalists Concerned for Safety | see

Duke Energy Coal Ash Ponds + Charlotte, NC's drinking water | see

Toxic Concerns Duke Energy - Coal Ash Ponds | see

WNCN Investigates | Recycling and reusing coal ash in North Carolina | see

Swan Pond lost: The effects of the TVA coal ash spill near Harriman, Tenn. | see

SELC claims the Chesterfield Coal Ash Ponds are leaking | see

Coal Ash and North Carolina: A Silent Disaster | see

Toxic Coal Ash Threatens Our Health & Environment | see

Coal Ash Contaminates Our Livelihood | see

Dan River stained gray after coal ash spill at Duke plant | see

High Priority: Belews Creek Coal Ash Pond | see

TVA Coal Ash - Before and After | see

Duke Energy Dan River coal ash pond protest - 2/25 | see

This is what coal ash looks like | see

Coal stock

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


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.