The state of Georgia has the go-ahead from the federal government to regulate coal ash, a byproduct from burning coal for electricity that can... EPA signs off on Georgia plan to regulate coal ash

The state of Georgia has the go-ahead from the federal government to regulate coal ash, a byproduct from burning coal for electricity that can contain contaminants like chromium, boron and mercury.

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