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coal ash


The Convoluted Tale of U.S. Coal Ash Management

Sometime around midnight on Dec. 22, 2008, a dike at the coal ash dewatering pond for the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA’s) 1,400-MW Kingston power plant in Roane County, Tennessee, failed.…


Charah Solutions Awarded 5-Year Fly Ash, Bottom Ash and Boiler Slag Sales and Marketing Contract From Associated Electric Cooperative to Run Through 2026

Approximately 150,000 Tons of Byproducts Per Year Will be Recycled and Sold for Beneficial Use into the Ready-Mix Concrete and Aggregate Industries LOUISVILLE, KY (November 4, 2021) – Charah® Solutions,…


Charah Solutions Awarded Multiple Contracts by Long-Term Southeastern Utility Partner for Construction and Ash Pond Closure Projects

Scope of Projects Includes Site Clearing, Road Construction, Ash Stabilization, Ash Excavation and Ash Relocation LOUISVILLE, KY (October 21, 2021) – Charah® Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: CHRA) (the “Company”), a leading…


Addressing the Increased Need to Decommission Power Plants in a Sustainable Manner

Coal-fired power plant decommissioning and remediation work is not typically a utility company’s core business. That’s why having the right partner and implementing a sound plan to ensure both environmental…


The Remarkable Responsibility of Coal Refuse Power

West Virginia’s only remaining coal refuse–fueled facility, the 80-MW Grant Town Power Project, is a 2021 Top Plant winner for powering on, despite challenges, to remediate 530,000 tons of coal…