Duke Energy agrees to remove coal ash in North Carolina

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North Carolina says it to reach an agreement with Duke energy to excavate nearly eighty million tonnes of coal lash calling it the largest coal ash cleanup operation in the nation's history a by product of coal production for electricity Kohl lashes been stored in landfills ponds and your water ways in North Carolina for decades threatening nearby communities with toxic pollution under the plan six of Duke energy's nine basins will be excavated and the coal ash

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