Two Duke power plants close to Charlotte – Marshall on Lake Norman, pictured in 2006 showing steam billows from one of the scrubbers at the plant in Terrell; and Allen on Lake Wylie – also have scrubbers. The state Public Water Supply Section recommended that discharge permits now under review require Duke to regularly test wastewater for bromides at both power plants.
Two Duke power plants close to Charlotte – Marshall on Lake Norman, pictured in 2006 showing steam billows from one of the scrubbers at the plant in Terrell; and Allen on Lake Wylie – also have scrubbers. The state Public Water Supply Section recommended that discharge permits now under review require Duke to regularly test wastewater for bromides at both power plants. JEFF WILLHELM jwillhelm@charlotteobserver.com
Two Duke power plants close to Charlotte – Marshall on Lake Norman, pictured in 2006 showing steam billows from one of the scrubbers at the plant in Terrell; and Allen on Lake Wylie – also have scrubbers. The state Public Water Supply Section recommended that discharge permits now under review require Duke to regularly test wastewater for bromides at both power plants. JEFF WILLHELM jwillhelm@charlotteobserver.com

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