Coal: Swelling exports shine spotlight on port pollution

Greenwire: Bulldozers and water sprayers are constantly shaping and wetting the 150,000-ton mountains of coal here at CONSOL Energy Inc.'s shipping facility. A street sweeper cleans the roads at least three times a week, and a truck sprays water on roads, all in an effort to keep coal dust pollution at bay. "It's almost a battle plan," Christopher Marsh, vice president for CONSOL's CNX Marine Terminal, said during a recent interview. "Imagine talcum powder and try to keep it from moving." A sharp rise......

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