“Despite what Illinois does to monitor around coal ash sites, there’s still situations where communities are put at risk.”
“It’s disappointing but we haven’t given up and there are opportunities to get this rectified, I think, to make sure people are protected.”
Ameren would not speak with KMOX. Instead, they released a written statement claiming great improvements have been made.
Environmental group says problems at Labadie coal ash pond, point to need to tougher regulations