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Thom Cmar, Staff Attorney, Coal Program: “Those arsenic numbers are off the charts. ... Their plan is basically, we’re going to dump some chemicals into the wastewater that will help the solid arsenic that might be in particle form settle out more effectively. So, the water will be clearer. It won’t necessarily be clean.”
Michael Hiatt, Staff Attorney, Rocky Mountain Office: "This is a powerful illustration of, try as the Trump administration might to keep burning coal, a lot of times it just doesn't make any economic sense."