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coal combustion residuals


There's Value in Old Power Generation Components

Equipment from both renewable and thermal energy power plants is finding new life in the recycling market. The market for recycled power equipment components is getting a boost due to…


Charah Solutions Stands Ready to Assist Utility Partners in Meeting EPA Regulations for Approximately 1,000 Regulatory Mandated Coal Ash Surface Impoundments and Landfills Needing Remediation or Closure

This Week’s EPA Action Marks First Time EPA Will Enforce 2015 Coal Combustion Residuals Regulation from Coal-Fired Power Plants for the Management of Ash Impoundments and Landfills LOUISVILLE, KY (January…


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 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…


EPA Overrides Subpart D in Newly Proposed Federal Coal Ash Permitting Rule

Only “high hazard” CCR units will be subject to immediate compliance deadlines under a newly proposed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule that revises federal permit requirements for the management of…