Submission Number: MBTL-EIS-0002278
Received: 11/18/2013 5:34:41 PM
Commenter: Stephen Harvey
Agency: Cowlitz County, the Washington Department of Ecology, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Initiative: Millennium Bulk-Terminals Longview EIS
Attachments: No Attachments
I ask that the EIS look at every possible location where coal pieces or dust can enter water, soil, and air. The opportunity to coal to escape from below ground into the environment begins at the mining and continues to the destination of coal power plants. I ask the all health impacts from eating, breathing, and drinking coal particles be taken into account. What would the impact be to human health from agriculture that is located where coal dust falls and that food is then eaten? What are the potential impacts of coal entering drinking water? What are the potential impacts from breathing in coal dust?