Sunday 24 March 2019
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…
As Dominion Virginia Power works to re-tool its $35 million system for treating water steeped in coal ash at its Possum Point power station, environmentalists are sounding the alarm about what the delay could mean for the health of nearby waterways. The company pressed “pause” on efforts…
Disposal of toxic coal ash is a major environmental problem in the U.S. There are approximately 4 million cubic yards of this waste located Possum Point Power Station in Prince William County. There is considerable disagreement over how this toxic waste is to be properly disposed.