Dewan, Shaila
December 2008
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;12/25/2008, Issue 991, p1
The article reports on the massive coal ash spill in Kingston, Tennessee. The spill took place at the Kingston Fossil Plant, a Tennessee Valley Authority generating plant, which feeds into the Clinch River, and then the Tennessee River just downstream. It is considered the nation's largest spill of coal ash in history.


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