Monday 27 May 2019
Maryland will keep fighting Dominion Virginia Power’s plan to release coal-ash water into a Potomac River tributary, despite modifications that resulted in Prince William County dropping its objections. “At this point, we are continuing our review of the contested permit,” Ben Grumbles, Maryland’s secretary of the environment,…
DEQ issues draft permit for coal ash water drainage in Chesterfield By JOHN RAMSEY  The state Department of Environmental Quality on Monday released the first draft of a permit that will regulate how coal ash ponds are drained at the Chesterfield Power Station. The permit, one of…
Think Progess: Coal Power Plant Accused Of Contaminating Neighbors’ Well Water With Carcinogens Frances Kerr and James Tinker can’t discuss why is it that Dominion Virginia Power, a utility company, bought their nine-acre property. They may want to describe their experience with the Bremo Power Station and…