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Two Of The Nation’s Dirtiest Coal Plants To Retire; NJ Residents Cheer For Clean Air And Water

New Jersey residents are still cheering last week’s announcement by utility PSEG that it will close the Hudson and Mercer coal-fired power plants on June 1, 2017. The two plants are the largest remaining coal plants in the Garden State, and one of them - Hudson in Jersey City - ranked as one of the dirtiest plants in the entire country. These are coal plants #241 and 242 be announced for retirement since 2009, a major shift that has allowed the US to significantly reduce levels of mercury, carbon, sulfur dioxide, and toxic water pollution.
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