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A Line In The Sand

Coal ash is the toxic waste created by coal-fired power plants. It is polluting communities all across America. This is the story of one of those places: La Belle, Pennsylvania.

A Line in the Sand

The citizens of La Belle are currently fighting to clean up the coal ash pollution in their community. They are working together with Citizens Coal Council, Environmental Integrity Project and Public Justice.

Take action to help communities like La Belle and clean up the toxic waste known as coal ash.

Earthjustice is fighting for strong coal ash protections for all Americans. Learn more.

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