Can coal ash really be green?

January 19, 2011

The EPA claims coal ash reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and its use in construction is a source of LEED credits. However, one organization says that coal ash, which is radioactive and loaded with mercury, should not be considered a green product and its credits should be revoked as LEED revises its standards.

Is coal ash really a green product?

         
 

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