A bird’s eye view of property at 2002 Lynch Ave. in East St. Louis that’s contaminated with coal tar left over from when the site was home to a plant that burned coal to extract gas used in street lamps and stoves. Ameren Illinois will begin a cleanup of the site late this month.
A bird’s eye view of property at 2002 Lynch Ave. in East St. Louis that’s contaminated with coal tar left over from when the site was home to a plant that burned coal to extract gas used in street lamps and stoves. Ameren Illinois will begin a cleanup of the site late this month. Provided
A bird’s eye view of property at 2002 Lynch Ave. in East St. Louis that’s contaminated with coal tar left over from when the site was home to a plant that burned coal to extract gas used in street lamps and stoves. Ameren Illinois will begin a cleanup of the site late this month. Provided

Ameren to clean up more coal tar in the metro-east

October 12, 2016 10:28 AM