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Sorry, PNM: Customer cost for clean air likely to be $10 per year, not $90

Coal - San Juan

12/24/10 - PNM claims that it would cost PNM residential customers $90/year for 20 years to implement the recently announced EPA proposed pollution controls for the coal-fired San Juan Generating Station (SJGS), located in Farmington New Mexico. PNM also claims that these pollution controls capital cost would exceed $1 Billion.

Both claims are significantly overstated.


Club Leads Effort to Regulate Coal Combustion Waste in NM

Coal Waste

Update 12/2- Members from 15 nation-wide organizations, including the Sierra Club, have sent more than 250,000 letters to the EPA in support of strong controls on Coal Combustion Waste.

Santa Fe – August 6 - Speaking through 13 of New Mexico’s most representative advocacy groups, New Mexicans are asking Governor Richardson to support strong, Federal regulation of Coal Combustion Waste (CCW). New Mexico ranks 10th in the nation for CCW production with an amazing 6.8 million tons dumped from coal fired electric power generation in San Juan and McKinley Counties annually.


Proposed EPA Rule Will Protect People from Dangerous Air Pollution at Dirty Four Corners Plant

Coal - San Juan

(NEW MEXICO)— The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released a proposed rule on how to control dangerous air pollution from the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant, which is located on Navajo Nation land near Farmington, New Mexico. The rule specifically addresses nitrogen oxide (NOx) pollution, which reacts with other chemicals to form ozone and small particles, both of which are very harmful to the public’s health.


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