NEWS NOTES ON SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES  Renewable Resources Journal  http://www.rnrf.org/rrj/RRJV32N1.pdf  The latest issue of...

NEWS NOTES ON SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES  Renewable Resources Journal  http://www.rnrf.org/rrj/RRJV32N1.pdf ; The latest issue of the Renewable Resources Journal is now available as a free download. Click here to download RNRF's quarterly public policy journal.  Groundwater Contamination and the "Beneficial Reuse" of Coal Ash in Southeast WisconsinEach year, utility companies in the United States burn nearly one billion tons of coal. This coal burning produces exhaust, wastewater, and about 130 million tons of leftover solid waste known as “coal ash.”This article examines research on the groundwater contamination in Wisconsin, the widespread disposal of coal ash, and the potential connection between them. Recommendations for changes in state and federal regulation of coal ash to prevent drinking water contamination are presented.  This report will also be linked on the 2018 Reports Page 02 of the Sustainable Water Resources Site at https://sites.google.com/site/sustainablewaterresources/ ">https://sites.google.com/site/sustainablewaterresources/ ; Tim SmithSustainable Water Resources CoordinatorGovernment Web Site, https://acwi.gov/Sustainable Water Resources Site, https://sites.google.com/site/sustainablewaterresources/ ">https://sites.google.com/site/sustainablewaterresources/ ;