These amendments provide states and utilities much-needed flexibility in the management of coal ash, while ensuring human health and the environment are protected.
Stephanie joined Palladian Publications in 2015 and is now the Deputy Editor of World Coal, Dry Bulk and Global Mining magazine. She has enjoyed learning about the industry and hopes to develop this understanding more, for many years to come.
Stephanie spent most of her life living in Norway, where she attended an international school, before returning to England for university. She graduated from the University of Winchester in 2015, with a BA (Hons) in English Literature.
Her pastimes include reading, travelling, cooking and annoying her cat.
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Jiangnan Environmental Protection Group Inc. has appointed Oscar Martinez as the company’s new CFO. Martinez will oversee the company's financial planning and reporting, accounting, tax and treasury functions.
The facility will explore the feasibility of meeting the growing demand for REEs by taking advantage of our abundant natural resources. It will create business opportunities that stimulate the economy, boost jobs, help the coal industry and ensure national security.
ACCCE “look forward to working with EPA as it develops changes that protect the environment and avoid more coal retirements which are a threat to the reliability and resilience of the electricity grid.”
The Korea Customs Office is currently investigating two illegal shipments of North Korean coal to South Korea, disguised as Russian product.