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February 7, 2013 3:42 PM

State judge: Lawsuit over pollution permitting at Grainger electric plant can proceed

A circuit court judge ruled Wednesday that a pair of environmental groups will get to question state health regulators about their failure to act on a permit application that could limit the amount of arsenic and other pollutants migrating into the Waccamaw River from unlined coal ash ponds at Santee Cooper’s Grainger electric generating plant here.

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