PREVIEW: Wisconsin Public Service Corporation plans to add $250 million in pollution control devices to a Weston power plant.
WPS announced that it has requested project approval from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. If approved, the project would last three and a half years, bringing in more than 200 temporary, high paying construction jobs.
A WPS spokesperson said the pollution devices would reduce mercury and other emissions by 90 percent.
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