Wis. DNR: Coal-ash spill no risk to human health

Associated Press: A recent mudslide that swept tons of coal ash and debris into and around Lake Michigan will likely have a limited environmental impact and shouldn't affect human health, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said Friday. Test results show elevated levels of several elements in the coal ash still on land, as well as in the water and sediment, two DNR officials said. However, the contaminants are confined to areas not accessible to humans, and the chemicals can be cleaned up and safely disposed......

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