Clean Air & Energy

Clean Air & Energy

Proposed biomass facility near Lithonia, GA

Updates on the proposed biomass facility near Lithonia, GA

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Ga. moving forward on sped-up environment permits

This Associated Press article, quoting GreenLaw's Stephanie Stuckey Benfield. On Friday, November 16, GreenLaw filed comments regarding EPD's expedited air permits.

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Additional Pleadings, Comments and Supporting Documents on Plant Washington

Plant Washington has had numerous pleadings and documents filed over the lifetime of the proposed coal-fired plant in Sandersville, Georgia.

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GreenLaw Submits Coal Plant Air Pollution Permit Comments

Comments were submitted by GreenLaw to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) on behalf of Flint Riverkeeper, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, and Sierra Club opposing the issuance of a…

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Georgia Sues EPA

Attorney General Sam Olens made the decision to sue the Environmental Protection Agency over the cross state air pollution rule. Melissa Stiers of Georgia Public Broadcasting wrote this article. Kurt Ebersbach…

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Plant Washington Air Pollution Permits Issued

After successfully challenging the air quality permit for Plant Washington, the state was forced to revise the permit.

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Water Permit Settlement Reached on Proposed Coal Plant

State and local environmental organizations have reached an agreement that will provide habitat protection for fish in the Oconee River near Plant Washington, a proposed 850 MW coal-fired power plant in…

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EPA Rule Rejects More Pollution from Smokestacks in Alabama

The United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") today reversed a 2008 decision that had weakened Alabama laws limiting emissions from smokestacks. In one of its final actions, the Bush Administration…

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GreenLaw Takes on Aging Coal Plants

UPDATE: On March 20th, the PSC approved the decertification (retirement) of Plant Branch Units 1 and 2.

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