EPA coal ash crackdown could shutter southeast Ohio power plant

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is cracking down on groundwater pollution from the James M. Gavin power plant in Cheshire, which some say could mean the beginning of the end for Ohio’s largest coal-fired facility. The plant’s coal ash pond, a 58-acre reservoir that holds the noxious waste left behind from burnt coal, is unlined. … Continue reading EPA coal ash crackdown could shutter southeast Ohio power plant