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Indiana utility could be dumping toxic coal ash water into White River

The state is letting an Indiana utility dump coal ash contaminated water into the White River, environmental groups say. They're appealing the permit.
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EPA tightens mercury emissions limits at coal power plants

The EPA is tightening rules that limit emissions of mercury and other harmful pollutants from coal-fired power plants. The proposal would lower emissions of toxic pollutants that can harm brain development of young children and contribute to health problems in adults.

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EPA moves to toughen standards for deadly soot pollution

The Biden administration is proposing tougher standards for a deadly air pollutant, saying that reducing soot from tailpipes, smokestacks and wildfires could prevent thousands of premature deaths a year.

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Oil spill in rural Kansas creek shuts down Keystone pipeline | AP News

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An oil spill in a creek in northeastern Kansas shut down a major pipeline that carries oil from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast, briefly causing oil prices to rise Thursday. Canada-based TC Energy said it shut down its Keystone system Wednesday night following a drop in pipeline pressure.
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Ohio coal-fired power plant could close after EPA decision

The EPA decided to revoke the James M. Gavin power plant's permit to dump coal ash into unlined pits.
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Oil and gas communities in New Mexico call for more pollution controls

Kayley Shoup of Carlsbad said the worst of fossil fuel’s air pollution befell her community alongside one of the world’s busiest oilfields in the world in New Mexico’s southeast Permian Basin region.

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EPA rejects permit for offshore oil export project

The Environmental Protection Agency turned down a permit for an offshore oil export terminal project near Corpus Christi because it would have allowed a significant amount of air pollution.