Duke Energy’s coal ash spill
Remember, there is no toxic spilling from wind or solar and organic batteries.
It is a year today that another Duke Energy coal ash spill, this one into the Dan River in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Coal Ash, the left over from burning coal, is loaded with arsenic, lead, aluminum, selenium, chromium and mercury!
This leak covered the bottom of the river up to five feet thick covering seventy miles of the river with 39,00 tons of coal ash from the spill.