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Coal combustion residuals face new regulations

Since 1980, coal combustion residuals in the US have been excluded from regulation: that is now changing. Phil Crouse and Resa Furey of MWH Global explain some of the lessons learned from mining that goes beyond the regulation

Carly Leonida
The Eden Project in Cornwall, UK, is a famous example of a closed mine that has become a community asset

The Eden Project in Cornwall, UK, is a famous example of a closed mine that has become a community asset

On December 19, 2014, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) signed the Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals from Electric Utilities final rule – a new set of regulations for coal combustion residuals...

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