$1.2B to be spent on pollution controls for Wis. coal plants

A $1.2 billion pollution-control installation for coal-powered plants in Wisconsin will be conducted under an agreement between the state's utility firms and the Environmental Protection Agency. "This settlement will improve air quality in Wisconsin and downwind areas by significantly reducing releases of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and other harmful pollutants," said Ignacia Moreno, an assistant U.S. attorney general.

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