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June 5, 2014 4:24 PM

Is concrete industry the answer to coal ash?

Comments to a Senate committee by the head of a Charlotte concrete company triggered a discussion Thursday about the reuse of the hundred million tons of coal ash stored in ponds across the state, posing not only a threat to the environment but potentially huge costs to Duke Energy.

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