The Tennessee Valley Authority and other agencies will update the public on the progress of the Kingston Ash Recovery Project and long-term monitoring plans.
Updated expected on May 30.
Thanks and an update
Hi y’all. Rhiannon here with an update and heart-felt thanks.
Sorry for the mass update, but it has to be …
I’m on the run gathering information about coal ash this month, so my social media and web posts will not be as frequent as usual. But, as soon as I slow down a little I’ll have a lot of information to share with you.
In the meantime, if any of you are in the Knoxville, Tenn., area, I’ll be speaking at the University of Tennessee on Mon., Feb. 25, on coal ash and would love to see you there. (I’ll post more details later in the week.)
Now, let me get on the road again …
P.S. Thank you for all of the new follows, shares, re-tweets, re-blogs, likes, pluses, etc … it all helps, and every press of the button is much appreciated by me and everyone else working on the coal ash issue in the U.S.
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