In recent years, coal ash stored at Duke Energy power plants has drawn environmental scrutiny, but recent road work on N.C. 16 in Gaston County shows how the material can also turn up in unexpected places.
In recent years, coal ash stored at Duke Energy power plants has drawn environmental scrutiny, but recent road work on N.C. 16 in Gaston County shows how the material can also turn up in unexpected places. Rick Rothacker rrothacker@charlotteobserver.com
In recent years, coal ash stored at Duke Energy power plants has drawn environmental scrutiny, but recent road work on N.C. 16 in Gaston County shows how the material can also turn up in unexpected places. Rick Rothacker rrothacker@charlotteobserver.com

Coal ash can turn up in surprising places in the Charlotte area

December 14, 2017 02:30 PM