Georgia Power’s Plant Hammond closed earlier this year after more than half a century of providing electric power to Georgians. Its coal ash ponds,... Coal ash ponds remain a source of controversy

Georgia Power’s Plant Hammond closed earlier this year after more than half a century of providing electric power to Georgians. Its coal ash ponds, left behind between Ga. 20 and the Coosa River, remain a major source of controversy between environmentalists and the utility.

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