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+ - SPAM: It was the worst industrial disaster in US history—and we learned nothing 1

Submitted by superboj
superboj (3534991) writes "Forget Deepwater Horizon or Three Mile Island: The biggest industrial disaster in American history actually happened in 2008, when more than a billion gallons of coal sludge ran through the small town of Kingston Tennessee. This story details how, five years later, nothing has been done to stop it happening again, thanks to energy industry lobbying, federal inaction, and secrecy imposed on Congress."
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It was the worst industrial disaster in US history—and we learned nothing

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