Kentucky Power Company Faces Hefty Fine

A Kentucky power company accused of violating the "Clean Air Act" faces a fine of 11.4 million dollars.

Federal environmental regulators are asking a court to approve the fine against East Kentucky Power Cooperative.

The EPA says two generators at the power plant in Clark County did not comply with the Federal Acid Rain Program.

The EPA says the fine is the largest ever under the Clean Air Act's Acid Rain Program.

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  • by steve Location: irvine on Sep 21, 2007 at 02:06 PM
    yep once again the enviromental wackos sends the bill to us thanks alot gees.
  • by kj Location: london on Sep 21, 2007 at 12:11 PM
    they will be like our friendly recc they will turn around and lay it to their customers so in the long run its always boils down to the consumer getting shafted


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