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Organized in 1989, ARIPPA is a non-profit trade association representing alternative energy Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) plants that r...
Organized in 1989, ARIPPA is a non-profit trade association representing alternative energy Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) plants that remove coal refuse from Abandoned Mine Land (AML) areas, convert it into alternative energy, and beneficially utilize CFB ash to reclaim formerly damaged areas back to their natural state, without any expenditure of tax dollars. According to ARIPPA estimates based on industry data, since 1989, ARIPPA plant members have collectively:

• Removed and converted over 212 million tons of coal refuse into alternative energy.
• Reclaimed thousands of acres of formerly environmentally damaged mine-scarred lands.
• Restored hundreds of miles of formerly dead polluted streams.
• Eliminated public safety hazards, including burning coal refuse fires emitting ground level pollutants. 
• Produced 1,500 MGW annually of alternative energy and/or steam.
• Employed directly and indirectly 1,000’s of citizens-workers.
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