Podcast: JRA Claims Coal Ash Ponds are Leaking in Chesterfield
Jamie Brunkow, JRA’s lower James riverkeeper, said they’ve done several rounds of testing. “We have now uncovered results that show high levels of metals, toxins associated with coal ash, at the head of coves surrounding the Chesterfield Power Station. We found high arsenic in the soil samples, all indications that these ponds are leaking,” said Brunkow.
Published on WCVE/NPR on March 13, 2017