News | July 1, 2009
Immediate Action Needed after NC Tops EPA’s List for High-Hazard Coal Ash Waste Sites
EPA’s recent finding that North Carolina has the most coal combustion waste sites posing a high-hazard to the public—12 of the 44 sites nationwide—requires immediate action by leaders at the federal, state and local levels to protect residents, according to the Southern Environmental Law Center. With human lives at stake, inspection and abatement of the hazards should be undertaken, and no exacerbation of the current risks should be allowed. View the map showing the sites and more details.