Coal mining harms communities and their environment, and wind, solar, and natural gas continue to outcompete.
Build a 1/3-mile long rock wall to protect toxic coal ash stored in the floodplain of the meandering Middle Fork? We say NO! Dynegy … move your ash!!
Comment on Vistra’s Section 404/401 Permit Application for riverbank armoring on the Middle Fork next to the ash pits.
We need you to send a comment to the Army Corps of Engineers telling them why Dynegy’s riverbank armoring project will unnecessarily harm the Middle Fork.
The Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to process Vistra’s massive riverbank project as an Individual Permit under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.
The Middle Fork of the Vermilion, Illinois’ only National Scenic River, is threatened by coal ash pollution. Help us ensure the protection of this river!
Closing cleaner coal plants would result in greater profits, but running the dirtiest plants in Dynegy’s Illinois fleet more often would cause approximately 9 to 17 times more premature deaths
The Frequently Asked Questions documents problems associated with permanently storing toxic coal ash in the floodplain of Illinois’ National Scenic River.
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