Thursday, October 1, 2015

Non-coal news roundup, 10/1/2015

According to this article, the new Ohio River bridge at downtown Louisville could be open for traffic by this coming January.

The New York Times weighs in on the algae bloom. I was up on the bridge yesterday morning, and the muddy river looked almost like a honeycomb with circles of brown water surrounded by rings of green. There's still some algae along the shore despite the cool weather and now rain, which is supposed to get worse this weekend.

And if you want to read a primer on sand used in hydraulic fracturing, check out this piece, which mentions the river down in it.

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