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Environmental group claims new source of Dan River pollution

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Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 8:23 am | Updated: 8:45 pm, Sun Feb 16, 2014.

An environmental group and Duke Energy have differing views on the likelihood that a still-flowing drainage pipe at Duke’s Dan River plant has continued to send coal-ash pollution into the river.

Tests of water at the drainage pipe just upstream from Duke Energy’s Feb. 2 coal ash spill show wastewater that’s “extremely toxic and it has all the telltale pollutants of coal ash,” said Peter Harrison, staff attorney for the New York-based Waterkeeper Alliance.

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