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EPA, WPL settle air pollution dispute

10:19 PM, Apr. 23, 2013
Under a deal reached between the federal EPA and Wisconsin Power and Light, the company will spend $413 million to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by about 90 percent and retire the oldest of the Edgewater Power Generating Station's three coal generators, Unit 3, by 2015.
Under a deal reached between the federal EPA and Wisconsin Power and Light, the company will spend $413 million to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by about 90 percent and retire the oldest of the Edgewater Power Generating Station's three coal generators, Unit 3, by 2015.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Sierra Club have reached a settlement with Wisconsin Power and Light Company and co-defendants that calls for an annual reduction of more than 50,000 tons of air pollutants emitted by coal-fired power plants near Cassville, Portage and Sheboygan.

The agreement announced Monday calls for the defendants to pay a penalty of $2.45 million and spend $8.5 million over the next five years on environmental projects in the communities surrounding the power plants. The defendants also have agreed to invest $1 billion in pollution control ...

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