Power plants' clean air requirements result in dirty water

Coal-fired power plants' wastewater streams are set to face increased scrutiny from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Over the years, power plants have been required to reduce air emissions through scrubber and other control equipment located in smokestacks that use water in various wa...

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