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LONGVIEW POWER EMISSIONSWith the exception of carbon dioxide, these numbers we found in discussion for dissertation from the best writers who have the most complete databases so they were even able to get figures from the West West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Division of Air Quality's final Air Permit / PSD Permit. A copy of Longview Power / GenPower, LLC’s Permit Application is on Longview's web site http://www.genpower.net/longview/environmental.html.
Emissions Stack: approximately 550 feet tall; when placed on the hill, the elevation of the stack top will be approximately 900 feet above the Mon River level (approximately 1,700 feet above mean sea level).
* This CO2 emissions number is an estimate based on the calculation below. The air permit application does not require that GenPower / Longview Power estimate carbon dioxide emissions, even though many environmental scientists believe the biggest environmental concern facing the world at present is carbon dioxide and global climate change.
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