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16:09 EDT Monday

EPA seeks input on steelmaker's plan

The state Environmental Protection Agency has scheduled a public meeting for input on AK Steel's new backup coke cooling system in Middletown.

The meeting will be held 7 p.m. July 18 at Middletown High School.

The cooling system, known as a coke quench station, will be used to treat coke, or coal used as fuel in the production of steel. The station will spray water over the coke, emitting steam and matter into the atmosphere, which AK Steel has limited to 24.69 tons per year. This is a backup station to be used when the primary cooling system is not in operation, either in an emergency or during routine maintenance.

The station already has been installed at the company's plant, and AK Steel is awaiting a "permit-to-install" from the EPA, which is necessary to operate the system.



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