USA, Tennessee: New data paints a more toxic picture of TVA coal ash spill, dredging cleanup works estimated at $1 billion

The disastrous coal ash spill that occurred a year ago at the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Kingston power plant in eastern Tennessee dumped a whopping 2.66 million pounds of 10 toxic pollutants into the nearby Emory and Clinch rivers — more than all the surface-water discharges from all U.S. power plants in 2007.

Source:southernstudies,dec 9,2009;

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