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Valley Watch was formed in 1981 as a non-profit organization whose goal is to protect the public health and environment of the lower Ohio River Valley area of Indiana and Kentucky.[1] Their efforts have helped stop three synthetic fuel plants, three hazardous waste incinerators, several coal fired power plants, a nuclear waste site, and a nuclear power plant.[2]

Targeted coal plant proposals

Group details

Location: Evansville, IN
Group website: Valley Watch
Contact: contact [at] valleywatch.net

Resources

References

  1. Introduction, Valley Watch website, accessed March 2008.
  2. History, Valley Watch website, accessed March 2008.

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