Sierra Club Appeals Emission Plan For Pa. Coal Plant

Law360, Philadelphia (May 10, 2013, 3:13 PM EDT) -- A new emission-control plan imposed on a Pennsylvania coal-fired power plant owned  — which environmentalists say ranks among the nation’s dirtiest — fails to ensure the facility will meet federal air pollution limits, the Sierra Club claimed in an appeal before state regulators on Thursday.

The environmental group said that an pollution control plan approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for the Homer City Generating Station in Indiana County failed to ensure the facility would meet hourly limits placed on sulfur dioxide emissions imposed...
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