Plants where Maryland seeks to force EPA to cut pollution

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The Associated Press

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The state of Maryland is suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to ensure that 36 power plant generating units in five states cut pollution. A list of the plants:

INDIANA

Alcoa Allowance Management Inc., Warrick Power Plant, Unit 4, Newburgh

Clifty Creek Generating Station, Units 1-3, Madison

Gibson Generating Station, Unit 3 and Unit 5, Owensville

Petersburg Generating Station, Unit 2 and Unit 3, Petersburg

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KENTUCKY

East Bend Station, Unit 2, Union

Elmer Smith Power Plant, Unit 1, Owensboro

Paradise Fossil Plant, Unit 3, Paradise

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OHIO

Killen Station, Unit 2, Wrightsville

Kyger Creek Generating Station, Units 1-5, Cheshire

William H. Zimmer Generating Station, Unit 1, Moscow

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PENNSYLVANIA

Bruce Mansfield Plant, Unit 1, Shippingport

Cambria Cogeneration Plant, Units 1-2, Ebensburg

Cheswick Generating Station, Unit 1, Springdale

Homer City Generating Station, Units 1-3, Homer City

Keystone Generating Station, Units 1-2, Shelocta

Montour Power Plant, Units 1-2, Washingtonville

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WEST VIRGINIA

Grant Town Power Plant, Units 1A-1B, Grant Town

Harrison Power Station, Units 1-3, Haywood

Pleasants Power Station, Units 1-2, Willow Island

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