W.Va. Halts Approvals Of Coal Slurry Injection Permits
The DEP also said Wednesday it recommended companies that already possess permits for coal slurry injection monitor for groundwater contamination.
Only 13 slurry injection sites are left in West Virginia, but the practice was more common in the 1980s, the department said.
DEP Secretary Randy Huffman reported on the department's study on the...
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