Low sulphur coal

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Low sulphur coal is described by the U.S. coal company Foundation Coal as "coal which, when burned, emits 1.6 pounds or less of sulfur dioxide per million Btus. [British Thermal Units].[1]

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  1. Foundation Coal Holdings, "2008 Annual Report", Foundation Coal, page 28.

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