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The new coal-fired plants are inexpensive, and it is possible to obtain the coal. The problem is that to operate one with 1000-megawatts would require 90-100 tons every day. Over 350,000 tons of ash would be produced and over 4 million tons of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and sulfuric oxides would be released to the environment.
Op-Ed: Nuclear Energy in Jamaica —Ramesh Sujanani, Caribbean Journal

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