How big are Chicago’s petcoke piles?

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South Side environmental activists take pictures of a barge carrying petroleum coke waste on the Calumet River. (Zbigniew Bzdak, Chicago Tribune)

Joining Justin is the National Resources Defense Council’s Josh Mogerman to talk about the enormous petcoke piles that are being stored on the far southeast side of Chicago.

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