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To: Carry_Okie; NormsRevenge
Top 50 Polluting Power Plants for SO2 (2003) Rank Facility State SO2 (tons) Rank Facility State SO2 (tons)

1 Bowen GA 164,881

2 W H Sammis OH 164,395

3 Keystone PA 163,493

4 Homer City PA 151,676

5 Hatfields Ferry Power Station PA 139,423

6 Muskingum River OH 139,119

7 Gibson IN 136,534

8 Conesville OH 133,207

9 E C Gaston AL 130,403

10 Montour PA 124,776

11 J M Stuart OH 124,198

12 John E Amos WV 114,017

13 Warrick IN 108,675

14 Paradise KY 108,462

15 Monroe MI 108,043

16 Roxboro NC 103,935

17 Fort Martin Power Station WV 102,521

18 Crystal River FL 101,673

19 Johnsonville TN 100,017

20 Cardinal OH 96,927

21 Wansley GA 93,977

22 Kingston TN 91,984

23 Marshall NC 90,990

24 Big Brown TX 86,338

25 Morgantown MD 85,340

26 Scherer GA 83,938

27 Monticello TX 82,439

28 Miami Fort OH 81,514

29 Chesterfield Power Station VA 80,549

30 Martin Lake TX 75,972

31 Brunner Island PA 73,730

32 Kyger Creek OH 72,341

33 Harllee Branch GA 69,827

34 Eastlake OH 67,682

35 Jeffrey Energy Center KS 67,611

36 Cayuga IN 66,961

37 Walter C Beckjord OH 64,869

38 Wabash River IN 64,593

39 W A Parish TX 60,678

40 Gorgas AL 59,341

41 Mitchell WV 59,330

42 Belews Creek NC 58,645

43 Colbert AL 57,480

44 E W Brown KY 56,745

45 Labadie MO 56,631

46 Coleman KY 55,449

47 E D Edwards IL 55,035

48 Rockport IN 53,561

49 R Gallagher IN 53,340

50 Tanner's Creek IN 53,174

7 posted on 10/03/2005 9:36:20 PM PDT by GreenFreeper (FM me to be added to the Eco-Ping List)
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To: GreenFreeper

Gotta love the Midwest, lol!


8 posted on 10/03/2005 9:36:58 PM PDT by GreenFreeper (FM me to be added to the Eco-Ping List)
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To: GreenFreeper
Top 50 Polluting Power Plants for SO2 (2003) Rank Facility State SO2 (tons) Rank Facility State SO2 (tons)

Typically stupid ranking for "polluting." Is that "tons," or "tons per megawatt hour"? It does make a difference.

This ranking structurally attacks larger plants (which makes sense if you are shilling for fuel oil or natural gas).

10 posted on 10/03/2005 10:07:34 PM PDT by Carry_Okie (The environment is too complex and too important to manage by central planning.)
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