Saturday 17 November 2018
Richmond Times Dispatch: Evidence 'very clear' that Chesterfield coal-ash ponds are leaking, groups says P. KEVIN MORLEY/TIMES-DISPATCH Easy to overlook, the trickle of water flowed southwest through thick mud to the expansive tidal lagoon, away from the ponds that hold some 15 million tons of coal ash…
Podcast: JRA Claims Coal Ash Ponds are Leaking in Chesterfield The James River Association, working with the Southern Environmental Law Center, claims coal ash ponds and Dominion Energy’s Chesterfield Power Station are a continuing threat to the James River. The ponds hold some 15 million tons of coal…
Press Statement: James River Association Objects to Draft Permit to Dewater Coal Ash Ponds at Dominion’s Chesterfield Power Station Richmond (July 22, 2016): Yesterday, the James River Association (JRA) joined with the Southern Environmental Law Center and citizens from across the watershed to express concerns to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality…
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