Water vapor streams from the top of a scrubber tower in Harriman, Tenn., at the plant
four years after the coal ash spill.
Water vapor streams from the top of a scrubber tower in Harriman, Tenn., at the plant four years after the coal ash spill.
Photo by Staff File Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013
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On most Saturday mornings for four and a half years, Robert M. "Bob" Deacy has sat at a particular spot on Swan Pond Circle in Harriman, Tenn., to sip coffee and reflect on the cleanup of one of the nation's largest industrial environmental accidents.

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