‘Green’ energy not always so clean

Associated Press: Unlikely polluters Flambeau River Papers LLC in Park Falls, Wisc., uses pellets made with wood waste and a small amount of plastic binder as fuel to replace coal. 'Green' energy not always so clean Just 12 miles apart in the belly of California, a pair of 12.5 megawatt power plants fouled the air with a toxic brew of pollutants -- nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, ammonia and particulate matter. They released thick plumes and visible dust. They failed to install proper monitoring......

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