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Images of the Day: Burning Coal

Posted by feww on December 17, 2008

Live by the coal, die by the coal.

Lit, warmed, changed, soaked and choked by coal!

The sun rises behind Fiddlers Ferry coal fired power station near Liverpool,
northern England, December 15, 2008. REUTERS/Phil Noble. Image may be subject to copyright.

Laborers search for usable coal at a cinder dump site near a power plant in Changzhi, Shanxi province December 15, 2008. REUTERS/Stringer.
Image may be subject to copyright.

3 Responses to “Images of the Day: Burning Coal”

  1. bill said

    [Graffiti! Removed by Moderator:FEWW]

  2. feww said

    Gee, G, you must be living in cloud cuckoo land!

    The cooling towers, both coal-fired and nuclear power stations, are the biggest predators of fish and fish eggs.

    Click on the links for more information:

    As for what happens to the ash, click below for more information:

  3. G said

    How do you Know that these fish were killed by fiddlers ferry power staion all their waste is recycled so that it dos not harm the inviroment and cause creatures to die like that. I myself do not work for fiddlers ferry or have and family or friends that work for fiddlers ferry. I myself have once disagreed that they can not produce power and still not harm the inviroment but it has been made possible. The smoke that comes out of the chimmles has benn filltered and the dust is collected which is then put into lagons where it is stored utill it is bought by building constructers which use it to create sement. There is river near fiddlers ferry which is used to cool fiddlers ferry towers this is were everyting starts to go wrong the water is used to cool the heaters down but is then put back into the river but by this time the water is a bit warmer wich causes to heat the river wich rapadly changes the tempreture which causes to change the inviroment for the fish that live in that river

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