Where does the Drake coal emissions plume go when you’re not watching?

Martin Drake Coal-fired Power Plant
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO- We’ve seen the mapping of areas most vulnerable to the toxic emissions of Drake, our downtown coal plant. In particular we’ve learned that freezing temperatures mean that emissions aren’t dispersed according to best laid plans but instead linger in the neighborhoods to the southwest. What does that look like? Recent cold temps have afforded a glimpse. That mist in the morning in Ivywild and the Broadmoor hills is setting a mood which affects your mental health more than you know.

Eric Verlo

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1 Response to Where does the Drake coal emissions plume go when you’re not watching?

  1. Avatar Beth Reed says:

    Thank you for being the voice of so many.

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