Coal ash use jeopardized by proposed EPA regulations

ACC CEO, Janet Gellici, quoted in the Citizens for Recycling First blog.

“Use of CCPs has been increasing for the past four decades, evolving into a multi-billion dollar industry here in the U.S.,” said Janet Gellici, American Coal Council CEO. “Our ability to continue increasing the amount of CCPs used beneficially, however, may be in jeopardy. Technologically, the coal ash universe is expanding and we’re finding more and better ways to use CCPs. But EPA’s pending regulations that may classify coal ash as a hazardous waste could seriously harm continued utilization.”

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24. February 2010 by Jason Hayes
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