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Protect North Carolina from toxic coal ash spills

Take action today!On Sunday, a Duke Energy-owned pipe underneath an unlined coal ash dump in Eden, North Carolina shattered, releasing 82,000 tons of highly toxic coal ash into the Dan River, a source of drinking water, fishing and recreation.

And what's worse? This disaster wasn't reported by Duke until Monday night, more than 26 hours after they learned that the pipe had burst.

Duke Energy has repeatedly claimed its coal ash dump sites are safe, but they were wrong.

Let’s prevent this disaster from ever happening again. Send a message to Duke CEO Lynn Good urging her to store toxic coal ash in safer dry, lined landfills away from our water sources.

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Dear Duke Energy CEO Lynn J. Good,

Sincerely,
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