Isn't ADES technology for mercury control supposed to be an extremely cost-effective solution? Every time I read an article about this, they talk about the industry being required to install "expensive scrubbing equipment" at an enormous cost...but if the EPA simply applies the ADES economics, wouldn't this Supreme Court ruling be rendered moot? I have a feeling that this will serve nothing more than to postpone the inevitable.
Like I said, the market yawned. When a company makes so many mistakes over so many years, it will take more than a change of management and a PR about the hiring of a new accounting firm to make amends. It will take a long time for ADES to rebuild trust with the market.