Appeal of coal-fired power plant’s air-quality permit moves into round two

Power plant opponents Citizens for Clean Energy and the Montana Environmental Information Center on Tuesday argued before the Montana Board of Environmental Review that additional research of tiny particulate emissions, as well as technology to control it, is needed. “Let’s do this right,” said Abigail Dillen, an attorney for CCE and MEIC.The quality of fine particulate emission controls will impact the public’s health for the life of the plant, which will be decades, Dillen told board members.

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