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Coal ash: It’s still leaking

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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 8:32 pm

Water treated by Danville Utilities still meets safety standards despite Sunday’s coal ash spill at Duke Energy’s Dan River Steam Station in Eden, N.C. — and the ongoing leak at the site.

Barry Dunkley, director of water and wastewater treatment for Danville Utilities, said turbidity — the amount of solids present in water samples — has decreased dramatically since Sunday, when levels in incoming water reached 400 NTU (nephelometric turbidity units), to less than 100 NTU Wednesday.

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