The Piedmont biomass plant burns hundreds of thousands of tons of wood, but doesn't ensure fuels are uncontaminated and doesn't test for hazardous air pollutants
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A statement that EPA's study hadn't found widespread, systemic impacts on water systems is at odds with the actual findings of the report
RGGI should assess whether millions of tons of uncounted carbon pollution from wood-burning power plants undercut efforts on climate.
The Energy Information Administration found biomass will displace solar energy, not coal, if classified as "carbon neutral" in the Clean Power Plan.
The White House strongly objects to language in the House Appropriations Bill that would compel EPA to treat wood-burning power plants as if they emit zero carbon pollution.