Miami-Dade County has settled its dispute with Florida Power & Light over aging cooling canals with a plan that calls for the utility to pump the cooling water into wells deep in the Floridan aquifer.
Miami-Dade County has settled its dispute with Florida Power & Light over aging cooling canals with a plan that calls for the utility to pump the cooling water into wells deep in the Floridan aquifer. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Miami-Dade County has settled its dispute with Florida Power & Light over aging cooling canals with a plan that calls for the utility to pump the cooling water into wells deep in the Floridan aquifer. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

Miami-Dade settles Turkey Point dispute over cooling canals

October 08, 2015 7:23 PM

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