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Coal, when burned in power plants, emits mercury, particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, and other pollutants harmful to health, and coal’s post-combustion wastes contain a highly concentrated toxic stew of heavy metals, from arsenic, boron, and chromium to lead, mercury, selenium, and zinc. From PSR's Environmental Health Policy Institute.
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