- Coal burning power plants create coal ash, one of the largest forms of industrial waste
- Heavy metals found in coal ash, such as arsenic, lead and mercury can carry health risks
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(CNN)In March 2017, coal mogul Bob Murray came to the Washington headquarters of the US Department of Energy for a meeting with Secretary Rick Perry. Also at the table was Andrew Wheeler, who this month became acting head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
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