Coal ash from the William C. Dale Power Station at Ford, pictured here, will be moved to a landfill at East Kentucky Power Cooperative's J.K. Smith Power Station in Trapp. Both plants are in Clark County. Photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. Photo by Greg Kocher
Coal ash from the William C. Dale Power Station at Ford, pictured here, will be moved to a landfill at East Kentucky Power Cooperative's J.K. Smith Power Station in Trapp. Both plants are in Clark County. Photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. Photo by Greg Kocher Lexington Herald-Leader
Coal ash from the William C. Dale Power Station at Ford, pictured here, will be moved to a landfill at East Kentucky Power Cooperative's J.K. Smith Power Station in Trapp. Both plants are in Clark County. Photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. Photo by Greg Kocher Lexington Herald-Leader

East Kentucky Power plans to haul 560,000 tons of coal ash across Clark County

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