More strip-mine dust controls needed, researchers say

Full story: Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Coal operators can and should take more aggressive steps to reduce dust emissions from blasting and heavy equipment at mountaintop removal mines, according to new studies released this week as part of a controversial industry-funded research project.
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Since: Jul 13

Belle, WV

#1 Aug 2, 2013
In the meantime, they should pay us for damages.

Charleston, WV

#2 Aug 2, 2013
Crack down on them, that's just a dream. When this type of talk starts, they just shell out more money in Charleston, like they're doing with the Buffalo Mountain project in Mingo. They know how to keep the Legislators in line. You will continue to eat dust, that's WV.

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