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SunCoke proposal would force stricter regulations
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SunCoke proposal would force stricter regulations

Local residents don’t want SunCoke near, but OK with less emissions MIDDLETOWN — “Stricter emission standards won’t stop SunCoke Energy Middletown from operating in their backyards, but members of a local environmental watchdog group said they will benefit local residents. Last week, Monroe City Council voted on an ordinance that […]

Monroe’s tally in fight with SunCoke tops $1M
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Monroe’s tally in fight with SunCoke tops $1M

The city has no timeline on when the spending will end, according to council members MONROE — “The city has spent more than $1 million over the past three years battling construction of a coke plant on its borders, even though it faces a projected $4 million budget deficit by […]

SunCoke reduces power generation at new plant
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SunCoke reduces power generation at new plant

MIDDLETOWN — “SunCoke Energy still plans to generate electricity at its new $360 million Middletown facility, but will not produce as much in response to a recent court case. In order to ensure the facility is still built on schedule, the company filed a notice of withdrawal of its application […]

SunCoke in limbo after court reversal
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SunCoke in limbo after court reversal

Company declines to comment on status of $360M plant after Ohio Supreme Court says a state board erred MIDDLETOWN — “The fate of the $360 million SunCoke Energy facility could be in limbo after the Ohio Supreme Court reversed the decision of a state board granting an application for the […]

Request to halt SunCoke denied
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Request to halt SunCoke denied

Monroe’s motion also sought ruling on validity of air emissions offset credits obtained by company MIDDLETOWN — A state environmental board has denied the city of Monroe’s request for a stay to halt construction of the SunCoke Energy plant being built near its border in Middletown. After hearing arguments, the […]

SunCoke officials: Noise not at nuisance level
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SunCoke officials: Noise not at nuisance level

A sound audit determined that sound levels were equivalent to conversational speech or an air conditioner MIDDLETOWN — “During an independent sound audit of the site and surrounding residential communities July 1-2, Delauna Pack, director of corporate safety and environment at SunCoke, said noises from construction were found to register […]

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Light, noise among concerns for SunCoke panel

Construction issues will be raised at the advisory board’s meeting today MIDDLETOWN — “The community should learn more about the construction process at the new SunCoke Energy plant during the Community Advisory Panel meeting today, Sept. 13, at the Manchester Inn. Participants will hear from SunCoke about the light and […]

Coke plant fight continues as ground is broken
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Coke plant fight continues as ground is broken

MIDDLETOWN — “Construction on a $360 million industrial coke-making facility here by SunCoke Energy Inc. is about 20 percent complete, but opponents aren’t giving up their two-year opposition to the controversial project… Monroe resident Lisa Frye, president of SunCoke Watch Inc., a community group opposed to the project, said she’s […]

SunCoke plant 25 percent complete
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SunCoke plant 25 percent complete

$360M facility will be built with upgrades, company officials say at Community Advisory Panel meeting MIDDLETOWN — “The $360 million SunCoke plant is nearly a quarter complete as company officials discussed plans and project modifications at a meeting Monday, Aug. 16. At the SunCoke Energy Middletown Community Advisory Panel meeting […]

SunCoke advisory panel meets
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SunCoke advisory panel meets

13 attend first gathering; next will focus on topics such as construction schedule, air quality monitoring MIDDLETOWN — “Two years may have passed since SunCoke Energy announced plans to build a new coke plant in Middletown, but as a new community panel made clear at their first meeting, there are […]