Federal jury sides with sickened workers and families in Tennessee coal ash cleanup case

A company supervisor told the worker, Robert Muse Jr., to report any other workers who were wearing respiratory gear to clean up the coal ash and that the employees would be dealt with — the company didn’t want the workers wearing safety gear for fear about how that would look. Jacobs Engineering did not want to give the appearance that the coal ash was something the public should worry about..”

Federal jury sides with sickened workers and families in Tennessee coal ash cleanup case

More than 30 workers assigned to cleanup work at the Kingston coal ash site have died.

 

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