From The Courier-Journal in Louisville:
Dozens of industrial facilities along the Ohio River may not comply
with a tougher mercury pollution standard that goes into effect in
October , a regional water quality commission has warned.
list of roughly 60 wastewater treatment plants, coal-fired power plants
and other industrial facilities has been sent to state regulators by
the eight-state Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission, which
sets water quality standards for the Ohio River.
If you want to see the list of plants -- which includes several municipal and small-town sewage treatment plants -- click here.