Mobile Baykeeper files federal lawsuit against Alabama Power over coal ash

9/29/2022 6:56:00 AM

Mobile Baykeeper files federal lawsuit against Alabama Power over coal ash

Mobile Baykeeper files federal lawsuit against Alabama Power over coal ash

Mobile Baykeeper has filed a federal lawsuit against Alabama Power over its plan to store coal ash in a pit next to the Mobile River.

The Mobile-based environmental watchdog contends the coal ash plan violates the “resource conservation and recovery act.”Alabama power plans to store more than 21 million tons of the toxic coal ash at its facility, which Baykeeper contends poses a serious risk to public health.

Alabama power said it could not comment on the suit.---

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The Mobile-based environmental watchdog contends the coal ash plan violates the “resource conservation and recovery act.” Alabama power plans to store more than 21 million tons of the toxic coal ash at its facility, which Baykeeper contends poses a serious risk to public health. Police say when they got there, they could see the bullet holes in the home. Alabama power said it could not comment on the suit. But the council turned it down, with Councilmen William Carroll and Joel Daves voting “no” and council members Gina Gregory, C. --- Download the FOX10 Weather App. If Ely looks or sounds familiar. Get life-saving severe weather warnings and alerts for your location no matter where you are. The league is relying on its partnership with Microsoft to provide the cloud and AI know-how for new personalized elements of the app.

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