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June 14, 2013 2:16 PM

Letter | Santee Cooper should move its toxic coal ash out of Waccamaw River wetlands

A decision will be made in the next few months that will affect the reputation, the economy and the natural resources of Conway and the Waccamaw River for decades to come: Will Santee Cooper leave arsenic pollution and 1.3 million tons of toxic coal ash in the wetlands of the Waccamaw River in downtown Conway forever? That is the question before SCDHEC, the courts and Santee Cooper itself.

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